107 episodes

Welcome to Off Script, The Home of Bold Cinema! This weekly podcast features film news, in-depth reviews, and other colorful segments that delve into the culture, technology, and business of modern cinema. Join your hosts Dr. Andy Draper and Zach Lewis as they review, rant, and assess the cinema landscape of both yesterday and today. Subscribe Today!

Off Script Film Review Off Script Film Review Podcast

    • TV & Film
    • 5.0, 8 Ratings

Welcome to Off Script, The Home of Bold Cinema! This weekly podcast features film news, in-depth reviews, and other colorful segments that delve into the culture, technology, and business of modern cinema. Join your hosts Dr. Andy Draper and Zach Lewis as they review, rant, and assess the cinema landscape of both yesterday and today. Subscribe Today!

    Episode 107: - Eurovision Song Contest & Raiders of the Lost Ark

    Episode 107: - Eurovision Song Contest & Raiders of the Lost Ark

    Will Ferrell returns to comedy (again) in 'Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga', a new Netflix original starring Ferrell and Rachel McAdams as two aspiring Icelandic singers that manage to accidentally stumble into the biggest musical competition in the world. Also, Andy and Zach donned their masks and braved the movie theaters to see Steven Spielberg's 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' in glorious IMAX - but does it hold up? Finally, Michael Keaton returns to his Batman roots (maybe), Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' gets delayed again, and when exactly are movie theaters opening up again?

    Episode 106: - The King of Staten Island & Da 5 Bloods

    Episode 106: - The King of Staten Island & Da 5 Bloods

    Judd Apatow returns to comedy in 'The King of Staten Island', a alternative tale of SNL comedian Pete Davidson's life and how things may have gone for him at his Staten Island home had he not fallen into comedy after the death of his firefighting father. Then, Spike Lee incites a movement in 'Da 5 Bloods', a new Netflix original film that chronicles the journey of four fellow soldiers as they quest back into their former battlefields of Vietnam to find the remains of their beloved squad leader (and the millions of dollars in gold bars that they buried with him). Also, HBO moves some movies around on it's new platform, AMC Theaters announce their plan to reopen theaters, and with all the films that got pushed back this summer, what's happening with the Oscars?

    Episode 105: - 13th & Oldboy

    Episode 105: - 13th & Oldboy

    Injustice is served in Ava Duvernay's '13th', a scathing 2016 documentary that examines the U.S. prison system's contribution to the country's history of racial inequality, now available on Netflix and YouTube. Next, the plot thickens in 'Oldboy', a 2003 South Korean neo-noir action thriller that's become a pulp cinema cult-classic for it's brilliant cinematography, biting story, and unabashed purview of visceral violence. Also, AMC is going bankrupt (again), Cinemark doesn't want it's patrons to wear facemasks, and the first trailer for Bill and Ted 3 has arrived.

    Episode 104: - Lucy In the Sky & Raising Arizona

    Episode 104: - Lucy In the Sky & Raising Arizona

    Natalie Portman returns to the stars in last years 'Lucy In the Sky', a based-on-a-true-story drama about an all-too-perfect astronaut trying to recover from her earth-shattering psychological shift following her breathtaking gaze at the earth on her very first spacewalk. Then, the Coen Brothers become the Coen Brothers in 'Raising Arizona', the 1987 comedy film about two young lovers and their quest to raise a child of their own by kidnapping one of somebody else's. Also, Hulu is testing out Watch Parties on their premium platform, Sonic the Hedgehog is getting a sequel, and why does Ryan Gosling want to play The Wolfman?

    Episode 103: - The Lovebirds & Rocketman

    Episode 103: - The Lovebirds & Rocketman

    Laughs roll in Netflix's 'The Lovebirds', a refreshing rom-com about two star-crossed lovers (played by Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae) who are forced to put aside their rocky relationship to solve a goofy murder and clear their names. Also, Taron Egerton delights in 2019's 'Rocketman', the music biopic about Elton John's challenging childhood, ultimate undoing, and the man he became along the way. Finally, Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' gets a new trailer in unexpected places, the Safdie Brothers sign deal with HBO, and what's happening with the Snyder Cut?

    Episode 102: - Bombshells and Dollies, Scoob!, & Good Time

    Episode 102: - Bombshells and Dollies, Scoob!, & Good Time

    Looks can kill in 'Bombshells and Dollies', a beauty-centric documentary feature centered around the 2015 Viva Las Vegas rockabilly festival and the twelve stunning finalists in it's global Pinup Girl competition. Also, tensions rise in 'Good Time', the 2017 Safdie Brothers film that sees Robert Pattinson race against the clock in a desperate attempt to save his brother from a stint on Rykers Island. Finally, Zach does a mini-review of the new Warner Bros. animated film 'Scoob', Disney's 'The New Mutants' gets a new release date (again), and when's Christopher Nolan's new film coming out?

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Top Podcasts In TV & Film