Each week hosts Sydney and Jake share and discuss one their favorite movies with each other. Sometimes the movies are good, sometimes not. But, they are always movies that they love and movies that inspire great conversation.
TFTM: It's Not the Worst Movie - The Little Things
This week we're checking out "The Little Things" and discussing the big things that could make this movie better. Starring Denzel Washington, Jared Leto and Rami Malek, this star studded thriller should've been better than it was.
TFTM: It's Not the Worst Movie GODFATHER PART III
This week it's business, not personal as we dive into the Godfather Trilogy, specifically THE GODFATHER PART III. We'll try to figure out ways to fix some of the plot and character problems that plague the final installment of an otherwise spectacular series. After all, it's not the worst movie.
TFTM: It's Not The Worst Movie WONDER WOMEN 1984
We are back with an all new season and this year we are taking a look at the best of the mediocre. These movies aren't terrible and they aren't masterpieces, they are just the best of the "it could've been better" crowd.
Join us as we dissect what's wrong and make an effort to rewrite these movies, for the better, on the spot.
In this episode, we tackle the mess that is WONDER WOMEN 1984.
Better late than never. It's the 2020 year end wrap up. Jake and Sydney talk about the best and the worst movies featured in last year's episodes.
Our Favorite Holiday Films
From "Meet Me In St. Louis" and "It's Wonderful Life" to "Bad Santa" and "Black Christmas," Jake and Sydney run down their list of favorite holiday movies.
Picnic at Hanging Rock and Point Blank
This week it's a deep dive into two visually stunning films. First up, Jake is mystified and mesmerized by one of Sydney's all time favorites, Peter Weir's enigmatic 1975 film, "Picnic at Hanging Rock."
Next up, is the trippy and brutal 1967 classic, "Point Blank," starring Lee Marvin. Based on the novel "The Hunter," by Richard stark, this is the first film version of the story. It was later remade as "Payback," (1999) starring Mel Gibson. (Check out the previous episode Payback vs. Payback for a discussion of that film)