In this week’s episode the guys give their thoughts on the video game adaptation of Sonic The Hedgehog. Patrick also went and watched The Photograph and Jeff watched the semi-autobiographical movie Honey Boy. Jeff also talks about the Netflix movie The Last Thing He Wanted. Get ready for a great episode. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review our show and join our Facebook group!
This week, Patrick talks about the tv show turned into a movie that is Fantasy Island and a little know Joaquin Phoenix film from 2017, You Were Never Really Here. It can be found on Amazon Prime.
Jeff talks about taking his daughter to see Dolittle, and seeing Guy Ritchie’s latest, The Gentlemen. Jeff also gives his “two cents” on Dr. Sleep and goes on a small tangent on The Descendants trilogy.
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Comedian Laura House joins us for a very special Valentine’s Day special episode where we talk about some of our favorite Romantic movies and Romantic Comedies. Laura wrote the Romantic Comedies chapter in the book Comedy Film Nerds Guide To Movies. Laura also teaches writing and as well as meditation.
Be sure to check out Laura House’s comedy album, Mouth Punch, where ever you get your music. Also, be sure to follow Laura on all the socials: Twitter: @imlaurahouse, Instagram: @imlaurahouse. You can also find Laura on her website http://www.laurahouse.com
This week the guys recap the Oscars and disclose who won the Oscar ballot competition. Patrick talks about Birds of Prey, and The Gentlemen. Jeff talks about the two movies he watched on Netflix, Miss Americana and Horse Girl.
Don’t forget, special Valentine’s Day episode with comedian Laura House is available Wednesday, February 12th.
In this Oscar special, Jeff talks to Nashville’s former Mayor, Megan Barry. Megan is a lover of movies and a huge supporter of the Belcourt Theater, Nashville’s arthouse theater. Jeff and Megan go through the ballot and make the case for their picks. This is an episode not to miss especially if you have questions regarding some of the categories. Check it out!
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This week Jeff continues with his #oscarpush2020 by watching the Foreign Language nominee Pain and Glory as well the Live Action Short nominee Nefta Football Club and two Documentary Short nominees, In The Absence, and Learning to Skateboard in a Warzone (if you’re a girl). Jeff also gives his thoughts on 1917 as well as a second viewing of Joker.
Patrick talks about the comedy Like A Boss, The Turning and Manborg.
In this week’s episode, the guys notice a common theme in their movie choices. Patrick watched the third in the Bad Boys trilogy, Bad Boys For Life, and Jeff watched Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.
Patrick also watched the Oscar nominated Jojo Rabbit and the well received Just Mercy. Jeff and his wife Ruth finally get a chance to go see Knives Out before leaving for Gracyn’s dance competition. Jeff also watched the action movie Anna and Oscar Nominated The Edge of Democracy.
In this episode Patrick and Jeff do a recap of the SAG Awards as well as what’s new. Patrick talks about seeing Underwater. Jeff is doing his best to watch the Best Documentary movies as well as the short subject movies. Jeff watches American Factory, Honeyland and the documentary short Life Overtakes Me.
In this Solo-cast mini episode, Jeff talks about the SAG Awards. Jeff not only covers a brief history of the SAG Awards, but also (thanks to the help of actress Jenna Fischer’s book, The Actor’s Life) talks about how actors obtain their SAG cards. Jeff covers this years nominations and gives his and Patrick’s picks.