Well, of course we will talk about the new trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s upcoming film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Matt’s already asking if Tarantino can make a bad movie. Matt is already trying to buy his tickets to opening night. It’s new podcast time.
One Matt is headed down to Austin this weekend then over to the UT Austin library to check out the Robert Deniro collection. I might get lost so, if you don’t hear from me, know I went out happy.
One of the more random scenes to be cut from a mainstream movie in the last few years was the musical number in the middle of the Adam Mckay Dick Cheney pic, Vice. Now that the movie is leaving the theaters and coming to a house near you, that scene has found its way into the world. For your viewing pleasure.
Just enjoyed this for the first time and what a treat. Look forward to talking about Rian Johnson’s first feature on a future pod.
Matt’s response upon sending him this little reminder was, “Urgh”. Good times. Good memories. How do you feel about Crash? Still a good movie?
The king of motion pictures versus the up and coming new heavyweight. Might we talk about it on the next episode? Tune in and find out (but yeah, probably will).
Certainly not a perfect movie but lots of fun and one of the better kids movies of the last decade (that’s not animation, of course). All hail the film school nerds.
Still baffled by this winning the best picture award in 2011 but you decide. Does it hold up to the test of time?
Scott Pilgrim vs The World was our winner for 2010 and moves on to the next round. 2011 is now on the clock so why not start with the early front runner, Drive. What a movie experience.
Hot off the presses, this episode we tackle all things movies including:
The Oscars happened. There were some bold choices. Some bad choices. And some choices that even the people in the room had to question. We get into all that.
With the new trailer for Rocketman hitting the interwebs, are we about to be bombarded by biopics? Didn’t we hit the high water mark at Walk Hard?
New movies coming soon. We talk about the trailers that have recently been released for our summer movie fare. We definitely talk Aladdin and Will Smith in blue face.
Matt and Matt shared a movie experience. The experience that is The House That Jack Built. Hilarious, brutal, esoteric all wrapped up in only the way Lars Von Trier’s can do it.
Speaking of extreme artists, with the #metoo movement still in full swing, what will happen if people start blurring the lines between a filmmaker and the movies they make. It’s a hazy place to be where correct answers are hard to come by.
We round it all out with our new segment, Movies of the Decade, where we revisit movies of each year of this last decade. Only one can be the best of the decade. That’s a lie. Movies are subjective. There’s never just one.
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