Year 3, Day 1.
We celebrate our 2nd Anniversary with a game of “Obscure Movie”, hear why Thomas hated “Jurassic World”, and have a moment of silence for “One Direction.”
**BONUS** an extra Summer Movie Wrap-up.
Dan and Thomas IN THE SAME ROOM!
Thanks to the generosity of so many of you, we got Dan to LA just in time for part 2 of look at writer/director PTA. Get ready for some boozy bro-time, more thoughts about Mad Max, and some pretty good Michelle impressions.
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What new in theaters? Dan and Michelle report from the front lines about movies currently playing, including Jurassic World, Mad Max: Fury Road, and a little indie called Dope.
Join for movie talk and stay for Michelle’s Soapbox (TM) where we discuss gender, race, identity, and why sometimes all you can do is sigh.
The world holds its breath while we decide if Avengers: Age of Ultron is good or not.
Does the film transcend the Marvel formula or is it the same thing all over again? Plus, women in film, RDJ vs. Indie Film, and teaching your kids not to comment on people’s appearances.
We finally crack the top ten on our lists and hone in on the best of the best of the 80’s.
Join us as Michelle finds her John Hughes spirit animal, Dan over-cusses, and Thomas botches the intro. Longest episode ever!
What are the top twenty films of the 1980s? Let’s fight about it.
Join us for Part 1, as Dan, Michelle, and Thomas sift through the high-concept, pre-made nostalgia that defines a decade.
Time for a deep pull: Hollywood’s (almost) forgotten legend, Preston Sturges.
Caleb and Thomas celebrate the witty, anarchic glory of the premier satirist of the 1940’s. Plus a little Michael Mann follow-up.
Caleb regales Thomas with stories of when he and Dan were in a band, which leads us into all kind of crazy church talk.
Let’s look back at 2014 with an air of superiority and tell it what it did well and what it could have done better.
Dan, Michelle, and Thomas ring in the new year by listing their favorite books, movies, and music from the last 12 months. And find a way to complain about Marvel again.
It’s time for part 2 of our look at master director Christopher Nolan.
Join us as we explore the nature of happy endings, whether or not the top was falling, and why Batman can’t move his neck.
Finally – we talk Interstellar.
In Part 1 of our Nolan exploration sees us gushing and arguing about his new work. We also delve into gravity anomalies, time dilation, and whether or not the Apollo missions actually happened (spoiler: they did).