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First Man

10/16/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss “First Man” starring Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy, directed by Damien Chazelle (La La Land). A look at the life of astronaut, Neil Armstrong, and the legendary space mission that led him to become the first man to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969. Visually transformative, the audience serves as copilot in one of the most daring events in human history. This is a film you do not want to stream. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews “Bad Times at The El Royale” starring Jeff...

Duration:00:49:48

A Star is Born (2018)

10/9/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss “A Star is Born (2018)”, starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. Heralded by critics and audiences alike, our first clear frontrunner for multiple Oscars has been revealed. Bradley Cooper delivers his directorial debut and Lady Gaga stars in her first feature film. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews “Venom” starring Tom Hardy during this week’s Crap Night (Remember, listeners, “Crap” because of the REVIEWER and not necessarily the film itself). This episode is sponsored by...

Duration:01:03:19

Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot

10/2/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss “Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot”, directed by Gus Van Sant. Follow the inspirational story of cartoonist John Callahan who, after a life-changing accident, discovers the healing power of art, willing his injured hands into drawing hilarious, often controversial cartoons, which bring him a new lease on life. Joaquin Phoenix delivers yet another unforgettable performance in a wonderful film about courage, hope, and triumph of the human spirit. Plus,...

Duration:00:56:53

The Wife

9/25/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss “The Wife”, directed by Björn Runge. In what will surely earn Glenn Close her seventh Oscar nomination, “The Wife” centers on a woman who questions her life choices as she travels to Stockholm with her husband, where he is slated to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature. Close’s dynamic performance is one of this year’s best. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews “The House with a Clock in Its Walls”, directed by Eli Roth, on this week’s Crap Night. This episode is sponsored...

Duration:00:43:26

Searching

9/18/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss “Searching”, starring John Cho. After his 16-year-old daughter goes missing, a desperate father breaks into her laptop to look for clues to find her. “Searching” is as innovative as it is thrilling; a perfect movie for its time. Plus, Andydrogynous returns to review “The Nun” during Crap Night. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:47:21

The Happytime Murders

8/28/2018
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Nathan and Scotty leave it up to Andydrogynous to discuss “The Happytime Murders” on this week’s “Crap Night ONLY” podcast. Remember, listeners, “Crap” because of the REVIEWER (Andydrogynous) and not necessarily the film itself. Two filmmaking comedians and one inept prepubescent sidekick talking about “comedy”. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:36:56

Crazy Rich Asians

8/21/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss “Crazy Rich Asians”, directed by John M. Chu. This contemporary romantic comedy, based on a global bestseller, follows native New Yorker Rachel Chu to Singapore to meet her boyfriend's family. The film is a triumph for its genre and a clearcut example of expert storytelling. Also this week, Andydrogynous returns to review “Mile 22” starring Marky Mark on this week’s Crap Night. This episode is directed by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:49:35

BlacKkKlansman

8/14/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss “BlacKkKlansman”, directed by Spike Lee: In the early 1970s, Ron Stallworth, an African-American police officer from Colorado, successfully managed to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan and became the head of the local chapter. Spike Lee delivers a film you have to see to believe. Plus, Andydrogynous delivers a disturbing review of “The Meg” during Crap Night. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:48:21

Christopher Robin

8/7/2018
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Nathan and Scotty leave it up to Andydrogynous to discuss “Christopher Robin” on this week’s “Crap Night ONLY” podcast. Remember, listeners, “Crap” because of the REVIEWER (Andydrogynous) and not necessarily the film itself. Two filmmaking comedians and one inept prepubescent sidekick talking about Winnie the Pooh & Friends. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:27:44

Eighth Grade

7/31/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss “Eighth Grade”, written and directed by Bo Burnham. Follow the story of Kayla (performed brilliantly by the talented Elsie Fisher) as she navigates the last week of eighth grade and stares adulthood in the face. Burnham delivers a touching film that offers authentic insight into a rarely dissected age group. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:40:57

The First Purge

7/24/2018
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Nathan and Scotty leave it up to Andydrogynous to discuss “The First Purge” on this week’s “Crap Night ONLY” podcast. Remember, listeners, “Crap” because of the REVIEWER (Andydrogynous) and not necessarily the film itself. Two filmmaking comedians and one inept prepubescent sidekick. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:33:17

Sorry to Bother You

7/17/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss “Sorry to Bother You”, written and directed by Boots Riley. In an alternate present-day version of Oakland, telemarketer Cassius Green discovers a magical key to professional success, propelling him into a macabre universe. “Sorry to Bother You” is in theaters now. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews “Skyscraper” starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on this week’s Crap Night. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:42:40

Ant-Man and the Wasp

7/10/2018
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Nathan and Scotty leave it up to Andydrogynous to discuss Ant-Man and the Wasp on this week’s “Crap Night ONLY” podcast. Remember, listeners, “Crap” because of the REVIEWER (Andydrogynous) and not necessarily the film itself. Two filmmaking comedians and one inept prepubescent sidekick. Combine The Drodge and Marvel for a dangerous podcast. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:28:59

Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)

7/3/2018
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In celebration of the holiday, The Four Seasons of Film is proud to present a very special episode. Nathan, Scotty, and Andydrogynous watch Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) and, of course, do most of the talking for you. “Today, we celebrate our Independence Day!”, tomorrow. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:41:25

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

6/26/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom on this week's podcast. Fans of the original Jurassic Park (1993) should tread lightly as we delve into this franchise's sordid history. Plus, Andydrogynous embarrasses himself and others, again. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:34:51

Incredibles 2

6/19/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Incredibles 2, with a little help from Andydrogynous. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:34:11

Solo: A Star Wars Story

6/5/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Solo: A Star Wars Story to celebrate 5 Years of The Four Seasons of Film Podcast. Andydrogynous also makes an appearance. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:46:19

Saving Private Ryan (1998)

5/28/2018
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Happy Memorial Day, listeners! In celebration of the holiday The Four Seasons of Film is proud to present a very special episode. Nathan and Scotty watch Saving Private Ryan (1998) and, of course, do most of the talking for you. They discuss World War II, Charles Dickens, great war epics, Catch-22 (1970), the Normandy Invasion, United 93 (2006), Platoon (1986), and director Steven Spielberg’s body of work. Saving Private Ryan is the quintessential war film to honor our fallen soldiers on...

Duration:00:47:21

Deadpool 2

5/22/2018
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Nathan and Scotty leave it up to Andydrogynous to discuss Deadpool 2. Enough said. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:33:11

Tully

5/8/2018
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Nathan and Scotty discuss Tully, starring Charlize Theron. Director Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air) re-teams with screenwriter Diablo Cody (Juno) to bring us this jarring look at parenting in the modern age. Tully provides a rare glimpse into the postpartum mindset of one mother’s struggle to cope with her new realty. Plus, Andydrogynous reviews Overboard (2018) on this week’s Crap Night. This episode is sponsored by Philz Coffee.

Duration:00:37:54