After last week’s bummer movies, we have a refreshing uplifting episode full of moon landings and hopeful recovery. Stephen interviews Ryan Gosling and we have a GUESS THE BOX OFFICE SEGMENT. 00:33:00 Ryan Gosling Interview
Two films that will help you lose your any of the fleeting hope you have left. Stephen recovers from the deep depression he fell into and Burton isn’t quite sold on the GAGA’s acting skills. Then we enjoy a Cooper Clips Segment.
Leery Webcams and Ferocious Robots. Join the movie bros as they listen in on an interview with Searching’s director/writer Aneesh Chaganty and stand off some favorite computery internet movies. Over 70 movies so far. How many have you seen this year? Let us know, join the conversation, we’d love to include you on the episodes.
Twisted Twins, Hand Jobs, and Pubic Hair. The Brothers had fun this week. Disturbed by Yorgos Lanthimos’ curious retelling of a Greek Myth, they struggle to rate it. And in tribute to Nicole Kidman, they have a Kidman Kernels Segment.
A Vigilante and a Pervy Cop. On our murder/crime Episode, we not to impressed with these films. Burton is apologetic to the club for selecting Dark Crimes and Stephen found Peppermint offensively racist. And we both loved Jim Carrey’s orgasm face.
Super Sharks and Heartsick Horses. On the last episode we broadcast from Colombia, Stephen is melancholy about his return to the states. Burton contemplates the disparity in chance. And Stephen feels like an exile. Why did we get so deep on Animal week? Have a listen and find out.
While in two different countries the brothers scramble to complete this week's Episode. Stephen tells us a bit about Colombian cinema and the theatrical experience, and we showdown Buddy Movies. We also hear some listener feeback. Check this Episode's page for pictures of Cine Colombia's RUTA 90 Project.
Double Dwayne Johnson Week! Week 1 of 3 recorded long distance, with Stephen in Colombia and Burton in United States. We compare and contrast the cinematic experience in different countries and enjoy FaceTiming.
Triplets and Forbidden Love. Steve talks about his Documentary Pet Peeves and Burton relates to the religious claustrophobia of Disobedience. Then we battle twin movies with a TWINNERS segments and find out if you Agree or Disagree with popular critics.
We cover two great films this week. Hilarious, crafty, fresh Boots Riley flick and exceptional film making from Lynne Ramsay who really raises the bar. And because of the surprise ending in Sorry to Bother You, we compare and rate movies with Twists and finish off with Agree or Disagree.
Celebrating the passing of the half-way mark, Burton and Stephen look back on the year and recollect the first 50 movies. Then Stephen gives Burton a Paul Rudd Quiz in hopes that he will score better than in the past.
On this episode Burton hates on Uncle Drew, while Stephen quite liked it. Then we give the Worst Sports Movies a Showdown, and then hear an interview with filmmakers, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, about their indie brain movie.
On this episode Stephen and Burton argue over Hereditary. Stephen freakin loved it, while freakin Burton hated it. The we play Would you Rather based on Hereditary and the stand off the best Space Movies.
On this Episode we cover two films with different approaches to Murder, Death, and Violence. We Showdown 'Deadpool Deaths' and we 'Agree or Disagree' with critic's reviews of Hostiles. We also hear interviews with Christian Bale and Masanobu Takayangai.