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Bald Move Prestige

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Rank #16 in Film Reviews category

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Bald Move Prestige is where the best of the best come to shine. In the Prestige podcast, we talk about serious dramas, excellence in filmmaking, and everything in between; on television or on the big screen.

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Bald Move Prestige is where the best of the best come to shine. In the Prestige podcast, we talk about serious dramas, excellence in filmmaking, and everything in between; on television or on the big screen.

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506 Ratings
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Awesome Podcast

By Juneinflames - Dec 31 2019
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Really insightful and fun critiques of films

Love me some Jimbo and Aron!!

By Foundmycarkeys - Dec 18 2019
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Aron’s Rick Grimes impression never gets old. Very 2011 of him!

iTunes Ratings

506 Ratings
Average Ratings
433
21
6
18
28

Awesome Podcast

By Juneinflames - Dec 31 2019
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Really insightful and fun critiques of films

Love me some Jimbo and Aron!!

By Foundmycarkeys - Dec 18 2019
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Aron’s Rick Grimes impression never gets old. Very 2011 of him!
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Bald Move Prestige

Latest release on Jul 09, 2020

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Bald Move Prestige is where the best of the best come to shine. In the Prestige podcast, we talk about serious dramas, excellence in filmmaking, and everything in between; on television or on the big screen.

Rank #1: Avengers: Endgame (2019)

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Jim and I have seen the climax to a decade's worth of world building in the MCU, Avengers: Endgame, and would like to certify it 100% awesome. Sure, you might quibble with a few cameos you don't recognize, and the more you're capable of rolling with the "Rule of Cool" the more you'll appreciate the spectacle they're putting on screen. But it's hard to imagine any fan of superhero movies not respecting what an accomplishment this is; to get so many people across the globe to care about and invest in these characters through 20+ movies that they'll sit in the dark for 3+ hours laughing and crying with them. How does Marvel top this? Can't wait to find out.

Please enjoy our spoiler-free review of the movie as well as a discussion of upcoming films and trailers, but if you want to hear our full, spoiler-filled analysis you'll have to be a Club Bald Move member!

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Apr 26 2019

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Rank #2: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019)

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We went and saw "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood", the latest movie written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, starring Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Margot Robbie. It's not his best film, it's certainly not his "worst", but for us it's extremely watchable throughout it's nearly three hour run-time and when it finally goes off the rails in the last reel, hoo-boy. Brad and Leo are having a lot of fun, the film is as gorgeous as you'd expect, and Hollywood looks as magical as it ever has on screen. We'll be back next week to check out Hobbes and Shaw, see you then! 

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Jul 26 2019

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Rank #3: Captain Marvel (2019)

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We have seen the latest Marvel super extravaganza, Captain Marvel, and come away with the suspicion that it's missing something from the usual Marvel formula. If anything, it feels DC-esque in the way it's attempting to shoe horn in a new, unknown super power into the MCU. Uninspired fights, plot twists that are seen for miles away, and lacking engaging supporting characters that give the main character emotional stakes, Captain Marvel is good, perhaps, but not great, and maybe that's overselling it.

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Mar 08 2019

20mins

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Rank #4: Blade Runner: The Final Cut (2007)

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This edition is intended to be the definitive version. The interesting thing is, Jim and I have always been a bit “meh” on the classic Blade Runner experience. Sure, we always saw how influential it is, and could understand why it was highly regarded “for it’s day”. We both felt like we saw the film with fresh eyes on this cut. There are problems with world building and pacing here and there, but everything tracks so much cleaner, and the third act which was always a standout is now a pure joy.

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Sep 17 2018

1hr 14mins

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Rank #5: Joker (2019)

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Jim and I went to see the Joker tonight, and it was intense, challenging, but also beautiful and engrossing look at mental illness and the sicknesses at the heart of our society. Director Todd Phillips gives us a plausible, believable, and terrifying Joker to inhabit a world that is set in a hazy late 70s period but the political landscape is very 21st century. We can see multiple ways this movie could be considered "dangerous", but we feel the most dangerous thing about it could be people ignoring the many cautionary tales it packs into it's run-time.

We'll be back in two weeks to discuss what we imagine to be a bit lighter fare; Zombieland: Double Tap!

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Oct 04 2019

22mins

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Rank #6: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)

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Jim and A.Ron just got back from seeing a little film called Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and are actually kind of divided in their opinion of the film. A.Ron hails it as the best Star Wars this side of Empire, while Jim maintains that it just didn't feel like Star Wars enough for him. Both agree that it is a darker, more mature look into the universe that's more known for it's light-hearted swashbuckling space stories than grittier, grimmer looks at the horrors of war. Please enjoy our spoiler-free review and preview of upcoming movies, but if you want to hear us talk at length about our praise and problems for the film, you'll have to be a Club Bald Move member.

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Dec 16 2016

18mins

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Rank #7: Batman Begins (2005)

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Special thanks to Ethan and Allison for commissioning Batman Begins. This is a fantastic comic book movie that also happens to be a fantastic film in it’s own right. We love the fusion of gritty realism with the strong emotional core and exploration of Bruce Wayne and his struggle to walk the narrow path between justice and vengeance. Excellent casting, excellent performances, and while the third act perhaps leaves something to be desired in terms of spectacle, the movie holds up like a champ.

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Oct 02 2017

1hr 22mins

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Rank #8: Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

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Jim and I had the pleasure of taking a European vacation with Spider-Man: Far From Home. Just when you wonder how Marvel will pick up the pieces and continue from Endgame, the drop a super fun Spider-Man sequel on us that manages to be just as delightful as the first with even more heart. Tom Holland was born to play Peter Parker, everyone is having a great time, including the audience. We honestly can't wait to see where Spidey goes next!

This podcast is an abridged version of the full, spoiler-filled discussion available only to our club members. Check out our Club Bald Move page to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content!

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Jul 03 2019

20mins

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Rank #9: A Few Good Men (1992)

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Special thanks to our commissioner for today’s podcast, Sean Ray. Today he selects the great A Few Good Men, where a gruff Colonel in the US Marine Corps takes issue with the USMC’s kinder, more gentler ways of discipline and organization, leading to the death of one of the men under his command. Tom Cruise and Demi Moore are effective as the counsel for the defense, and are given a lot of juicy material to work with. The script is packed with Sorkinisms and shot with a steady, confident eye.

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Aug 27 2018

1hr 13mins

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Rank #10: The Shining (1980)

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Jim and A.Ron check into the Overlook Hotel as we are compelled to podcast on the 1980 Stanley Kubrick psychological-horror masterpiece, "The Shining". Starring Jack Nicholson and Shelly Duvall, it's an incredible combination of beautifully crafted shots, stunning and terrifying visuals and imagery, and Jack Nicholson's fully insane acting. There is so much to discuss; the film itself, our reactions, Stephen King's antagonism towards the film, the various theories and documentaries the film has spawned, subliminal messages and hidden meanings, and fine naked ladies with implausible afros. All this and more is discussed, and we felt like we hardly scratched the surface.

Thanks to Jenny of BrBaFaFe fame, Ryan Lamb, Martin_ORU, PityPity Pyla, Coral182, and Moreadgbowser1064 for pooling their funds together on this commissioned podcast. If you'd like to find out how you can commission your very own podcast, check out the Bald Move shop. Jim also offers this Michel Ciment interview with Stanley Kubrick as a link you might find of interest.

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Feb 02 2016

1hr 30mins

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Rank #11: Cinema Spooktacular 2018: The Spookquel! - Vol. 2

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Welcome to Cecily and A.Ron's second annual Cinema Spooktacular, volume two! Ghosts and witches and cults and cannibals and werewolves, oh my! On this podcast, we discuss... 00:00:00 - Intro and spoiler free reviews of all subjects featured 00:15:22 - The Haunting of Hill House 00:37:33 - Chilling Adventures of Sabrina 00:51:52 - Apostle 00:58:05 - Raw 01:02:52 - Wildling

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Oct 31 2018

1hr 12mins

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Rank #12: Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi (2017)

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Jim and I have seen Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Last Jedi: No More Subtitles, We Promise, and surprise, surprise! One of us like it and one of us wanted to like it more than they actually felt the love. On the other hand, the film is receiving almost universal praise so don’t let that dissuade you from seeing and enjoying The Last Jedi. Haha, as if wild falthiers could drag anyone away from seeing a new Star Wars.

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Dec 15 2017

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Rank #13: BlacKkKlansman (2018)

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Spike Lee has thrown a very well made, very funny, and very devastating bomb into American movie theaters with his latest joint, BlacKkKlansman. Will White America listen to the message we so desperately need to hear? What will we do about the resurfacing of explicit racism in our country, that has until recent years been hiding beneath the still waters of institutional racism? What will you do with friends and family who bemoan Black Lives Matter, or offer the limp rebuttal that “both sides are bad?”

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Aug 10 2018

44mins

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Rank #14: Back to the Future (1985)

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Special thanks goes to Alafia McMurty for commissioning a podcast on the 1985 sci-fi comedy classic, "Back to the Future". Starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd, we've seen this movie a million times and love every second. Please enjoy the following mammoth podcast that covers nearly every aspect of the film, from the absurd to the poignant to the sublime.

Thanks again, Alafia! We had a blast watching this and making the resultant podcast.

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Apr 21 2016

1hr 53mins

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Rank #15: Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983)

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Once again commissioner Fernando Rodriguez (you may better know him as FernNYC17 on our forums) steps up with a choice selection, this time the oft maligned Return of the Jedi. Often dismissed as derivative or childish when compared to A New Hope or The Empire Strikes Back respectively, we have nothing but love for the climax of the story of Skywalker. It’s got the best space battle, the best lightsabre battle, and the best puppets in all of Star Wars. The Special Edition changes? Not so much

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Nov 08 2017

1hr 27mins

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Rank #16: Dark Phoenix (2019)

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 Jim and I went to see the latest X-Men flick, Dark Phoenix. It's not as bad as it's Rotten Tomatoes rating would imply, but it's certainly not good. And it's unfortunately because once again a classic X-Men plotline is burnt (refried, in this case) and all-time great Magneto and Professor X performances by Fassbender and MacElvoy are wasted on a script with muddled characters and paper thin villains. Long time fans of the X-Men will enjoy some great stand alone moments with their favorite characters, and the core chemistry of Xavier / Magneto / Mystique work to get the film's emotional heart a brief jump. But ultimately the film folds underneath the weight of apathy and ugly FX work. 

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Jun 07 2019

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Rank #17: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)

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We’ve seen Marvel’s latest installment, Gaurdians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and we think it’s pretty great. Some debate can be had about whether it’s as “good” as the first one, but at the end of the day it’s a really good comic book movie. It’s fun, it’s colorful, it’s imaginative, it has the necessary emotional weight to make you connect to the characters and plot, it’s impeccably cast with tons of surprise guest spots, and, perhaps most importantly, it’s funny as hell.

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May 05 2017

20mins

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Rank #18: Reservoir Dogs (1992)

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Special thanks to Steven Sprague, celts77, Laura Hamilton, ztziemke, and Don C for commissioning this podcast, on the 1992 Quintin Tarantino crime drama, Reservoir Dogs. We discuss the writing, the performances, our opinions on the true meaning of Madonna’s “Like a Virgin”, the insights QT has on crime and society, and debate it’s place in the Tarantino pantheon. Thanks again to all of our commissioners, we couldn’t do it without you!

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Sep 25 2017

1hr 4mins

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Rank #19: Aladdin (2019)

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 If you're wishing for a three-way review of Disney's latest live-action adaptation, Aladdin, then listener you're in luck. Wish granted. Cecily, Jim, and I went to see it tonight with appropriately low expectations, but were very pleasantly surprised at how much fun and energy the movie provided. Better, the script smartly adapted the original, improving it's pacing while also adding depth to Jafar's intrigue and Jasmine's character, making it smarter and more relatable to modern audiences. The Tomatometer is kinda brutal for Al and friends right now (59% as of this writing), so take our review with a grain of salt. And we're still skeptical of the long term viability of these live-action adaptations, but we feel like this movie is proof that they aren't necessarily doomed to be pointless wastes of time. 

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May 24 2019

23mins

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Rank #20: Toy Story 4 (2019)

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 Frankly, we were prepared to be mildly disappointed and to cluck our tongues at the Mouse and wag our fingers at all of his hubris as we sat down to watch Toy Story 4. Nobody asked for this sequel. It was foolish to get this franchise out of the vault after you delivered an absolutely perfect trilogy with the most beautiful ending you could ask for. But you know what? They did it. Toy Story 4 can look it's predecessors square in the eye as it has just as much humor, heart, and a wonderful, emotionally rewarding finale. Not to mention it's the best looking Toy Story yet. This is a movie that was made for everyone, and it delivers the goods. 

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Jun 21 2019

18mins

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Born on the Fourth of July (1989)

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We seem to be on a Vietnam kick with a couple of our movie choices lately. Oliver Stone's 1989 adaptation of Vietnam veteran Ron Kovic's autobiography of the same name, recounting his journey from a combat-thirsty young man to a disabled anti-war activist, is worthy of the two academy awards it won. Join us for a discussion about the film, this American folly, and its lingering effects on our society today.

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Jul 09 2020

1hr 8mins

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Apollo 13 (1995)

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This week marks the 25th anniversary of the release of Apollo 13. It was a movie A.Ron and I loved back then and we were pleasantly surprised to see how well it held up. Join us for a discussion of the film, the real Apollo missions, the future of space exploration, and beyond.

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Jul 02 2020

1hr 2mins

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Fruitvale Station (2013)

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This week we take a look at Ryan Coogler's first feature film, Fruitvale Station, about the 2009 murder of Oscar Grant. It is competently directed by Coogler but the impeccable performances by recognizable names such as Octavia Spencer and Michael B. Jordan, as well as its tragically-evergreen relevance, are what really make the film a must-see.

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Jun 24 2020

51mins

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Da 5 Bloods (2020)

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After we announced last week that we'd be covering Fruitvale Station, Spike Lee went and dropped his latest joint, Da 5 Bloods, on Netflix, to rave reviews. So, we've decided to postpone Fruitvale Station for a week in favor of timely coverage of what's sure to be a strong contender come Oscar season. Join us for the podcast to hear our what we thought.

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Jun 18 2020

1hr 1min

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Capote (2005)

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We hardly knew anything about Truman Capote but this meaty biopic impressed us anyway. Our review covers the outstanding performance of Philip Seymour Hoffman, the duality of Truman Capote (and maybe investigative journalists and authors generally), his life in the aftermath of the experiences depicted in the film, and much more.

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Jun 11 2020

47mins

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Children of Men (2006)

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Children of Men is a fondly-remembered, dystopian, science fiction thriller about the end of humanity, from Alfonso Cuarón's mid-2000's filmography. A.Ron has never seen it. Jim saw it once many years ago and enjoyed it but wasn't blown away. What do we think of it over a decade later? Check out the podcast to find out.

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Jun 03 2020

59mins

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The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)

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The Talented Mr. Ripley is a name for a film that only appeals to grandmothers above a certain age. And more specifically, English ones. They also have boring taste in men. But don't let the name fool you; the Talented Mr. Ripley is an excellent thriller and, unlike our podcast, it is decidedly not for boring English grandmothers.

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May 27 2020

47mins

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Ex Machina (2015)

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After Westworld season 3 ended, I expected we'd be done discussing what it means to be alive and artificial intelligence. And then we started talking about Devs. And now we're covering this. Join us for about an hour as we discuss Alex Garland's ambitious take on a Turing test, Ex Machina.

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May 20 2020

59mins

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The Last of the Mohicans (1992)

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The Last of the Mohicans was a big hit in the year it was released. It made over $70m in the box office. It stars Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeleine Stowe in an epic period romance action drama set in the west during the French and Indian War. What would audiences think of the film if it was released today? I have no idea. But you can find out what we thought about it in 2020 right here.

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May 13 2020

43mins

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The Conversation (1974)

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The Conversation (1974) is a film about a freelance surveillance specialist's (Gene Hackman) struggle with guilt, shame, ethics, and paranoia. Released in the same year as The Godfather Part II, it is also written and directed by Francis Ford Coppola. The trademark style of Coppola is obvious, but is it any good? Join us on the podcast to find out what we thought.

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May 06 2020

45mins

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Parasite (2019)

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Jim and A.Ron discuss the Oscar-winning movie from director Bong Joon-Ho, Parasite.


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Apr 30 2020

52mins

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Watching Dead Return Announcement

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Jim and A.Ron are doing the unthinkable- returning for coverage of The Walking Dead beginning on Tuesday, June 9th.

A big thank you to Mysteriana for creating the Watching Dead theme music. Find all of their music at MysterianaMusic.com


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Apr 29 2020

1min

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Trainspotting (1996)

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Jim and A.Ron discuss the highly influential drug-fueled film, Trainspotting.


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Apr 23 2020

53mins

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Better Call Saul - S05E10 - Something Unforgivable

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The Better Call Saul just executed another run of 10 great episodes, cementing this as one of the strongest seasons of the show yet. Alexis and Jim take to the mics to discuss all the twists and turns, of which there have been many this season, and make some predictions about what characters might do in the show's final chapter next season. It would truly be something unforgivable if you didn't join us!

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Apr 22 2020

1hr 30mins

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Vanilla Sky (2001)

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Jim and A.Ron discuss Cameron Crowe's 2001 movie, Vanilla Sky. It was a shot-for-shot remake of the original Spanish-language movie, that doesn't deserve it's low rating. They discuss the many possibilities throughout the cleverly hidden sci-fi aspects and the off-beat soundtrack.


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Apr 16 2020

42mins

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Better Call Saul - S05E09 - Bad Choice Road

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The penultimate episode of season 5 does a great job of setting the table for what's sure to be a bloody finale, assuming this season follows patterns established in previous seasons of Better Call Saul. We express our love for Lalo the cat-man and Kim the wonder woman and dig deep into the character trajectories to make our final predictions of the season in S05E09 - Bad Choice Road.

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Apr 15 2020

1hr 27mins

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The Majestic (2001)

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Jim and A.Ron take a trip down memory lane as they discuss the wholesomeness of 2001's The Majestic. They face down the "red scare" and stand up for their rights, while making real connections.


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Apr 09 2020

51mins

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Better Call Saul - S05E08 - Bagman

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In this episode, we follow Mike and Saul into the desert and watch them slowly wither away, while Lalo continues to rot in jail. Sounds like a real banger, doesn't it? Well, turns out it was pretty good and we're here to talk all about it as we discuss S05E08 - Bagman.

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Apr 08 2020

54mins

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Twitch Watch Party Announcement

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Join us Wednesday, April 8th for a Twitch Watch Party of the first two episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation!


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Apr 07 2020

2mins

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Better Call Saul - S05E07 - JMM

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The follow-up to last week's insane plan sees Kim and Jimmy doubling down on their lives together, while digging deeper into trouble. If there was ever a time to get out, that time has long since passed. Join us as we discuss S05E07 of Better Call Saul, "JMM".

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Apr 01 2020

1hr 20mins

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iTunes Ratings

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Awesome Podcast

By Juneinflames - Dec 31 2019
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Really insightful and fun critiques of films

Love me some Jimbo and Aron!!

By Foundmycarkeys - Dec 18 2019
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Aron’s Rick Grimes impression never gets old. Very 2011 of him!