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We've Seen That!


Movies podcast from the 80's, 90's and more.

Movies podcast from the 80's, 90's and more.
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Movies podcast from the 80's, 90's and more.




We've Seen That- Pretty Woman

TJ and Jay take a trip to Beverly Hills to discuss the romantic comedy classic "Pretty Woman." "Pretty Woman" was released in the spring of 1990 and is still the highest grossing Disney R-rated movie due in no small part to the chemistry between its stars Richard Gere and Julia Roberts. The guys will help you revisit the iconic film that saw Edward Lewis and Vivian Ward fall in love amidst the backdrop of a billion-dollar business deal intertwined with Rodeo Drive, Lotus Esprits, private...


We've Seen That- Caddyshack

T.J. and Jay welcome Entertainment Weekly movie critic Chris Nashawaty, author of “Caddyshack: The Making of a Hollywood Cinderella Story.” The 1980 ‘slobs vs snobs’ comedy classic stars Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, Bill Murray, Ted Knight and Michael O’Keefe. While the on-screen product is beloved by movie and sports fans alike, the behind the scenes stories in the new book may be even better! Listen as the guys discuss one of their favorite and most quotable movies! T.J. and Jay go...


We've Seen That- Baseball Movies

Our latest edition of our digital movie radio show focuses not only on the start to the 2018 Major League Baseball season, but the best baseball movies, scenes and performers of all time. Hosts T.J. Rives and Jay Betsill give their favorites and welcome former MLB All Star Pitcher and World Series Champion Rob Dibble for his opinions. Dibble knocks some actors who weren't very good baseball players on the big screen, but also shares great stories about "The Natural" and actor Tom Selleck and...


We've Seen That- Hoosiers 30th Anniversary Show

On a new espisode of our show. Hosts T.J. Rives and Jay Betsill review and reminisce about the 1986 classic Indiana high school basketball movie, "Hoosiers." Who was origianlly cast to play "Coach Norman Dale" instead of Gene Hackman? How did the producers find the basketball playing cast for the film? How true does the Hollywood version of the small "Hickory High School" team chasing a state basketball championhsip compare to what actually happened when tiny Milan High School won it all in...


We've Seen That- The Bodyguard

On our newest edition of "We've Seen That!" hosts Jay Betsill and T.J. Rives are back and talking about one of the most successful box office and movie soundtracks in history, the 1992 dramatic thriller "The Bodyguard." It stars Kevin Costner, as the man assigned to protect music star/actress "Rachel Maren," who's receiving death threts and is played by Whitney Houston. It was Houston's on screen acting debut, and T.J. and Jay not only discuss the on-air chemistry between the two and...


We've Seen That- The Breakfast Club

"On the latest edition of our digital movie review show. T.J. and Jay talk about one of their favorites and one of the iconic movies of the 1980's, 'The Breakfast Club.' It's the 33rd anniversary in February of the release of the film with five students from different backgrounds spending a Saturday together in detention at Shermer High School. The guys discuss the John Hughes classic that made stars out of Judd Nelson, Emilio Estevez, Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall and Ally Sheedy and...


We've Seen That-Miracle

T.J. and Jay discuss "Miracle" the true story of coach Herb Brooks and his 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team's path to victory over the seemingly invincible Soviet Union team. "Miracle" stars Kurt Russell, Patricia Clarkson and Noah Emmerich and was released on February 6, 2004. The guys welcome special guest Tampa Bay Lightning Director of Radio Programming Matt Sammon to discuss the 1980 U.S. Men's Hockey team's magical run to gold and what it meant to the country and the sport of hockey. They...


We've Seen That- Days of Thunder

T.J. and Jay welcome special guest, Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage to discuss the Tom Cruise film “Days of Thunder.” The 1990 hit reunites the team behind “Top Gun” as star Cruise, director Tony Scott and producers Jerry Bruckheimer and Don Simpson take fans behind the scenes of the NASCAR world in the story of Cole Trickle and his crew chief Harry Hogge and their quest to win the Daytona 500.


We've Seen That- The Fugitive

“The Fugitive” starring Harrison Ford and Academy Award winner Tommy Lee Jones is the focus of this week’s episode. The guys break down the blockbuster hit involving wrongfully convicted Dr. Richard Kimble (Ford) who escaped on his way to prison and is now searching for the one-armed man who murdered his wife while U.S. marshal Samuel Gerard (Jones) and his crew is hot on Kimble’s trail in the city of Chicago. Find out who was the original choice to portray Kimble, how many times this story...


We've Seen That- Any Given Sunday

On the latest episode of our look at movies in the 80's, 90's and more, it's post season time in college and NFL football. So, hosts T.J. Rives and Jay Betsill decided to talk the dramatic football 90's classic, "Any Given Sunday," starring Al Pacino,Jamie Foxx, Dennis Quaid, Cameron Diaz, James Woods and many more. Get some great stories about the movie, including find out which host was acutally an extra in some of the football scenes! Plus the guys are joined by former Dallas Cowboys WR...


We've Seen That- Christmas Vacation

Spend Christmas with the Griswolds and Cousin Eddie or the closest thing to it, as TJ and Jay breakdown "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" on the latest episode of "We've Seen That!" The third installment in the 'Vacation' series features Chevy Chase returning as Clark Griswold, who simply wants to provide a fun Christmas for his familiy and (as it turns out) multiple members of their extended family. The guys share their memories of this Christmas classic along with some trivia and fun...


We've Seen That- Die Hard

The guys discuss the Christmas classic "Die Hard" on the latest edition of "We've Seen That." TJ and Jay welcome guest Paul Stewart from London, England, to break down the movie that saw Bruce Willis turn into an international movie star as he plays John MacLane, the NYPD hero who tries to save his wife Holly and her co-workers that were taken hostage by terrorist Hans Gruber and his crew during the Christmas party at the Nakatomi Plaza in Century City. So sit back, take your shoes off, and...


We've Seen That- "Star Wars-The Force Awakens" and review of "The Last Jedi"

Who's excited for "Star Wars-The Last Jedi?" Well, Jay Betsill and T.J. Rives are. The guys are back to get ready for the release of the latest installment in the series. First, they relieve "The Force Awakens," as we're introduced to the new vilian, "Kylo Ren," and the introduction of the new female hero, "Rey." And of course, we get to see the great characters from episodes 4-6, "Luke Skywalker," "Princess Leia" and "Han Solo" and re-live some great memories. Then, the guys turn to the...


We've Seen That- A Few Good Men

On our latest edition of "We've Seen That," we take unique approach to reviewing the Tom Cruise/Jack Nicholson/Demi Moore classic, "A Few Good Men." It's the 25th anniversary of the film from 1992 and Jay and T.J. are joined in a roundtable discussion by other movie hosts/critics to discuss the film. Checkout Joanna Langfield, Jon Cross and Mike White and their thoughts on the moive, the cast, and important aspects and parts of the tremendous tense military drama. Whether you saw it in the...


We've Seen That- White Men Can't Jump

On the latest edition of this movies-themed show, the guys break down “White Men Can’t Jump.” The 1992 hit starring Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, so what better time to revisit the basketball courts near Venice Beach for plenty of trash talkin’ and even more hustlin’. TJ and Jay will give their thoughts on the movie and its well-known stars and add in some trivia and fun facts. Join us to talk “White Men Can’t Jump” on “We’ve Seen That!”


We've Seen That- Basic Instinct

On our latest edition of our podcast, we turn our attenion to one of the most controversial intense thrillers of the decade of the 90's, "Basic Instinct." Fresh off his monster successes in "Fatal Attraction" and "Wall Street," Michael Douglas stars as the lead dective trying to solve a brutal homicide. But, it becomes apparent that he has his hands full, figuratively and literraly, with Sharon Stone, as the chief suspect. As always, T.J. and Jay give their thoguhts on the film. its cast,...


We've Seen That- Beverly Hills Cop II

On the latest edition of our movies podcast from the 80's, 90's and more, hosts T.J. Rives and Jay Betsill are back to reveiw one of the most successful box office pictures of the late 1980's. It's now in its 30th anniversary and is the follow up to comedian Eddie Murphy's blockbuster film debut hit, "Beverly Hills Cop." Get insight, trivia, and perhaps some stories you have not heard now on "We've Seen That!"


We've Seen That- The Shawshank Redemption

On this epidsode of "We've Seen That!" hosts T.J. Rives and Jay Betsill observe the recent 23rd anniversary of the release of "The Shawshank Redemption." This includes: the guys giving interesting facts and trivia on the script, characters, actors, locations of the shooting of the movie and more. It's one of the all time most replayed dramas year after year on basic cable televison. Do you know why that is? Which actors almost played Tim Robbins' and Morgan Freeman's characters instead of...