Join movie fans Michael DiGiovanni and Andrew Bloom as they set out to determine if all these so called classic films are indeed just that.
We watched 1977's Star Wars and now we really want to know who designed Aunt Beru's outfit?
We watched 1949's Holiday Affair with pal Jeff Somogyi and now we really hope our body doesn't look like we are smuggling the letter B under it.
A Place In The Sun
We watched 1951's A Place In The Sun and now we are confused how a photographer got that picture of the boat?!?!
Bride Of Frankenstein
We watched 1935's Bride Of Frankenstein and now we are really questioning why Henry installed that lever?
Out Of The Past
We watched 1947's Out Of The Past and now we must remember to invite Jeff and Kathie to summer with us in the Hamptons.
The African Queen
We watched 1951's The African Queen with guest Paxton Holley from the I Read Movies Podcast and now we just want to say no more Hippo Honks Allnut!
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As a big TCM watcher, it's fun listening to these guys talk about 'classic' movies from the standpoint of non-classic movie fans/viewers. They keep it light but do make some effort to understand the context in which the movie was released...well, sort of. Four stars despite completely whiffing on Christmas in Connecticut. Sometimes just a little research is a good idea as they failed to understand the characters or context of the story. Worth a listen.
Occasionally silly but always fun
This podcast is really like watching classic movies with your kids. Like kids they don’t get hung up researching the movie before they watch it, they just want experience the film. What do they care about? Is it a good movie, is it well acted, is the score distracting, and is it really a classic. And if along the way we have a few laughs at the fast talking, high pants, short tie, and the number of cigarettes smoked all the better.
Funny and knowledgeable
These guys have a lot of fun and it’s a nice mood booster in these crazy times. Working on going through each episode after watching the movies.