Displaying episodes 31 - 60 of 103 in total
Ryan and Heather review 2020's comedy romp, The Lovebirds, starring Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae.
Ryan becomes Heather's full time co-host and they review the hit Sandra Bullock, Netflix Original "The Unforgivable."
Ryan and I review the 2020 Netflix Original film, Extraction, starring Chris Hemsworth.
Pam & Sarah from Don't Tease the Animals joins me for mixed reviews on the Netflix Original Film, Red Notice, starring Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot & Dwayne Johnson.
Ryan joins me for a discussion of the 2020 Netflix Original Film, Spenser Confidential, starring Mark Wahlberg.
Sophie & Paul from the SP Filmviewers Podcast join me in a review of Kate, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Woody Harrelson.
Ryan and I review this action-packed 2019 Netflix Original, starring Ryan Reynolds.
Kevin from the History Defeats Itself Podcast joins me in a review of the 2021 Netflix Original vampire flick, Night Teeth. Starring Jorge Lendenborg Jr., Debby Ryan a...
Ryan and Heather review the 2021 parody film, Don't Look Up starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Tyler Perry and Cate Blanchett amo...
Adam from the Movies & Podcorn Podcast joins me for a review of Lin Manuel Miranda's directorial debut starring powerhouse triple-threat. Andrew Garfield.
Ryan and I discuss this prequel to Army of the Dead, starring Matthias Schweighofer, Nathalie Emmanuel, Ruby O. Fee and Guz Khan.
Ryan and I discuss this suspenseful slow burn thriller and what we think it all means. This film stars Maria Velverde and Dolores Fonzi.
Ryan and I review this wild ride of a Sci Fi movie starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, David Oyelowo, Daniel Bruhl, John Ortiz, Chris O'Dowd, Aksel Hennie, Zhang Ziyi, Elizabeth...
Ryan and I review The Old Guard, based on the graphic novel by Greg Rucka and starring Charlize Theron.
Beth and I review this perfectly cast, Oscar nominated gangster movie, starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Joe Pesci and directed by Martin Scorsese.
Kalen and I review another romantic comedy about a woman in over her head after she drunkenly wins and inn in New Zealand. Stars Christina Milian and Adam Demos.
Kalen and I review this silly romcom starring Rachael Leigh Cook and Daman Wayans Jr.
Zoe and Heather ("H-dawg") from Friends with Food join me in a review of Will Ferrell's 2020 ode to the Eurovision Song Contest. Also starring Rachel McAdams.
Join me and my brother Ryan as we grapple with the visual metaphors in this thriller starring Amanda Seyfried.
Ryan and I review this Netflix Original film based on the Russian Major Grom comic book series.
Beth from Crossroads Cantina joins me for a review of this film based on Basque folklore, a la the Brothers Grimm.
I'm joined by May from Murray Mysteries to review this drama based on the true story of the momentous, archaeological discovery at Sutton Hoo in the late 1930s. Starri...
The Most Assassinated Woman in the World (La femme la plus assassinée du monde, 2018, French) - Guest, Ryan
Ryan and I review this French film loosely based on the life of Paula Maxa.
Wojtek from the (Un)usual Stories Podcast joins me for a look at this post-apocalyptic anime, which surprised us both.
Ryan and I list the best and worst Netflix Original films we reviewed on the podcast in 2021.
Ryan and I review a Christmas movie that might just go on to become a classic. Starring Nina Dobrev and Jimmy O. Yang.
A Boy Called Christmas (2021, Christmas) - Guest - Karen & Colleen from Books, Movies & Musicals, Oh My!
Colleen and Karen from Books, Movies & Musicals, Oh My! join me for a review of this Christmas origin movie starring Dame Maggie Smith, Kristen Wiig, Henry Lawfull and...
I'm joined by Cheryl and Lara from WTF with Us to review this Christmas movie set in scenic Scotland. It stars Brooke Shields and Cary Elwes.
I am joined again by Melissa from the SJW Comic Book Club to wrap up our reviews on the Christmas Prince Trilogy, starring Rose McIver and Ben Lamb.
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding (2018, Christmas) - Guest, Melissa from the SJW Comic Book Club
I am joined again by Melissa from the SJW Comic Book Club to review the second film in the Christmas Prince Trilogy, starring Rose McIver and Ben Lamb.