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109 - Hustle
This week we discuss the best and worst of Adam Sandler's acting/producing career and we review his latest basketball movie, Hustle. For our streaming homework, we talk about the 2012 documentary How to Survive a Plague, which covers the activism around the early years of the AIDS epidemic.
108 - Top Gun: Maverick
This week, we review the long-awaited action sequel "Top Gun: Maverick," starring Tom Cruise and Miles Teller. We also cover the latest movie news, and for the streaming homework, we discuss James Mangold's 1997 crime-thriller, "Cop Land."
107 - Men
This week, we review Alex Garland's English countryside nightmare, Men, starring Jessie Buckley and Rory Kinnear. We also talk about sex scenes in movies that were necessary to the quality of the film. For our streaming homework, we ring in Pride month with the 2015 indie film, Tangerine.
106 - Firestarter
This week, we review the latest adaptation of Stephen King's sci-fi thriller, Firestarter, starring Zac Efron. We also test Keith's knowledge of films that take place in Seattle. For our streaming homework, we review John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars, released in 2002.
105 - Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
For this week's podcast, we review Marvel's Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and Keith review's the new Nicholas Cage comedy, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Tallent. We also talk about the history of the American rating system and debate the merits of the PG-13 blockbuster standard. From Amazon Prime, we review the 2002 British comedy, 24 Hour Party People, which details the rise and fall of Factory Records.
104 - Everything Everywhere All at Once & The Northman
This week we bring you two reviews of the creative action-comedy "Everything Everywhere All at Once" and Robbert Eggers' Viking epic, "The Northman." For our streaming homework, we also discuss the 1971 crime classic, Dirty Harry.
A+ Movie Podcast
Both hosts offer great opinions and analysis. They cover a wide range of film genres and eras. Both exude knowledge and passion as it pertains to film.
It’s really entertaining considering how most movie critic podcasts go. I don’t always agree but i always feel like I learn something! Great listen!
I’m terribly biased, because the hosts are two of my favorite people on the planet, but this is one of the highlights of my week. It’s hilarious, well thought out, and in-depth.