My wife Sue and I celebrate episode 100 with a conversation about the movie we saw on our first date, GET SMART. www.facebook.com/screenfacts or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or comments.
My buddy, Les Sinclair and I share some trivia in our discussion about the most successful of the Batman movies, THE DARK KNIGHT. facebook.com/screenfacts or email@example.com if you have any comments or questions.
My buddy Erik and I share some trivia as we discuss a great Rob Reiner film based on Stephen King’s story, Stand By Me. Any comments or questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet me @JasonDavisVoice
For the last episode of 2016, my wife Sue and I discuss It’s A Wonderful Life. It’s all the fun trivia you need to know while you watch this timeless Christmas classic. facebook.com/screenfacts or e-mail email@example.com with your comments and questions.
My lovely wife, Sue and I discuss a great independent film with an amazing cast, The Way Way Back. Steve Carell and Sam Rockwell are cast against type in this terrific coming of age movie. facebook.com/screenfacts firstname.lastname@example.org @jasondavisvoice
My wife Sue and I serve up some trivia as we talk about the 2003 Jack Black hit School of Rock. Which came first, the movie or the school? Find out on this week’s podcast. facebook.com/screenfacts email@example.com
My wife Sue and I talk about a funny movie that you might have missed, The Internship with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. These guys have a great chemistry on screen together. Add to that a terrific supporting cast and script and you have a movie that’s a lot of fun.
“The Blazer” is back! Brian Berkowitz and I discuss a movie written by the great Aaron Sorkin and directed by the great Rob Reiner, A Few Good Men. Great performances by Jack Nicholson, Tom Cruise, and Demi Moore with an excellent supporting cast that includes Kevin Bacon and Kevin Pollack. facebook.com/screenfacts
My lovely wife, Sue joins me for trivia and a discussion about the very funny Sandra Bullock / Melissa McCarthy film The Heat. We also talk about why it’s important for movies with strong female leads to score at the box office. facebook.com/screenfacts @jasondavisvoice firstname.lastname@example.org
My good friend, Erik Reitz joins me for trivia and a discussion of the Bill Murray / Harold Ramis classic, Stripes. facebook.com/screenfacts, @jasondavisvoice, email@example.com if you want to join the conversation.
Brian Berkowitz joins me for a talk about The Sandlot. We also share childhood memories of baseball. Plus, find out the Blazer’s secret to carrying on a conversation about sports without really being a fan. facebook.com/screenfacts @jasondavisvoice firstname.lastname@example.org
This week, my wife Sue and I continue baseball month with a discussion and trivia about A League Of Their Own. We also discuss the importance of the Bechdel Test and why Madonna should get over herself. facebook.com/screenfacts @jasondavisvoice email@example.com