We continue our series of going through the forgotten films of the 2000s with a great episode on the films of 2002. Guest and friend of the show Kyle joins us with his list!
Special-guest and Jane Austen expert Hannah join James and Zach to compare and contrast the recent 2020 adaptation of Austen’s Emma starring Anya Taylor-Joy, the 1996 big-screen edition of Emma starring Gwyneth Paltrow, and the 1996 tv-movie version of Emma starring Kate Beckinsale.
Zach and James are completely transparent on their opinions of the 2020 reboot of The Invisible Man, as are they on their favorite 10 films that feature invisibility in one shape or form.
James and Zach ponder what went wrong with the recent Mark Whalberg/Peter Berg NetFlix collab Spenser Confidential, then move on with a discussion of Pixar’s Ownard, featuring the voice of Chris Pratt (amongst others) whom they then count down their favorite films from..
Zach and James go to a movie in a movie theater together – a rarity – to experience the best of what the Impractical Jokers: The Movie has to offer, then the guys run down their favorite non-documentary films that have documentary elements contained within them.
James and Zach recap the 92nd Academy Awards, then rank and discuss the last 10 movies they watched – including a bunch of 2019 films, an animated 90s Disney film, some lesser-known 80s comedies, a handful of documentaries and much more.
James and Zach are joined by hedgehog-enthusiast Zach to discuss the first live-action Sonic the Hedgehog film, chase down their picks for video games that should definitely be movies by now, and close out the show with a brand-new movie-mashup game.
Zach and James rank and discuss their favorite 10 films of the last 10 years, and determine who was the most right about each other picks.
James and Zach select who should and who will win at the 92nd Academy Awards, then attempt to predict each others Top 10 Favorite Films of the 2010s list scheduled for next week.
Zach and James process the one-take wonder of the World War I action-drama 1917, directed by Sam Mendes, whose eight films they then rank in order of preference. Spoiler-chat after the show proper!
So many lists! Zach and James bid 2019 adieu with a plethora of alternative year-end lists, NEW New Year movie resolutions, and an overview of what to expect in cinemas in 2020. Special thanks to our Patreon Supporters – Specifically thanks to Adem, Allan, Amanda, Andrew, Josh, Joshua, Justin, Kareline, Kyle, Mansouri, Marco, Michael, Mindy, Roger, Scotty, Scott, The Circle of Film Podcast, Thomas, Troy, Victoria!
Zach and James count down their 20 favorite movies of 2019, as well as their greatest disappointments, films they regret not having seen before making their lists, and much more.
Disney has released it’s latest live-action remake of a beloved animated classic and this one is taking the box office by storm. Special guest Hannah joins us on the show to discuss the film and find out how it stacks against the original. Then we each count down our Top 10 favorite movies with a princess in them.
James and Zach are joined by Mo for his 12th appearance on the podcast to discuss the last Star Wars film ever (aka Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker), quick rank the nine “Skywalker Saga” films, and then challenge James to a round of choose-your-own trivia.
Zach and James rank and discuss the last 10 movies they watched, including a bunch of 2019 films, some animated classics, a handful of documentaries and much more.
Zach returns to the podcast to join James in discussing two new highly-acclaimed NetFlix Originals – Martin Scorsese’ The Irishman and Noah Baumbach’s Marriage Story.
James is joined by special-guest hosts Adam (of the podcast Dating Kinda Sucks) and Luke (of the stage play How to Eat A Bear) to inspect Knives Out, director Rian Johnson’s latest film – and then play some movie games.
James is joined by special-guest hosts Scotty and Alyson – both of whom have seen EVERY movie Paul Rudd has been in – to discuss the actor’s new NetFlix TV project Living With Yourself, list the ups and downs of watching all of one actors films, and close out the episode with a quick movie game.
James is joined by special-guest hosts Rico and Jessica of the Always the Critic Podcast to run down the last 10 films they’ve seen in order of preference, then play a quick movie game.
James is joined by special-guest hosts Corey Pierce and Andrew James to discuss the controversial new release films The Lighthouse by writer/director Robert Eggers (The Witch) and Jojo Rabbit by writer/director Taika Waititi (Boy, Thor:Ragnarok), then the guys play a musical movie game.
Zach and James rank and discuss the last 10 movies they watched.
James and Zach celebrate 400 episodes by adding 100 more to their list of Favorite Films of All Time. This episode covers 301-350 and last week’s episode rounds out the top 400. Full Letterboxd lists: Zach / James
In our continuing series of listing our favorite films, we prepare for our 400th episode by listing half of our top 300-400 favorite films.
James and Zach get campy on the new biographical film Judy which is centered around famed performer Judy Garland with a comeback performance from Renee Zellweger, then sing their way through their favorite moments of singing in films in which singing is not the main draw.
Zach and James toe-tap their way through a discussion on Joker by director Todd Phillips, then brood their way through their favorite 10 Joaquin Phoenix film performances.