#411 – The 2019 Movie Hangover

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!

#410 – Top 20 of 2019

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.

#409 – Little Women (2019), Top 10 Book Adaptations (w/ Hannah)

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.

#407 – Top 10 Last 10

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.

#405 – Knives Out (w/ Adam & Luke)

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.

#404 – Living With Yourself (w/ Scotty & Alyson)

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.

#402 – The Lighthouse, Jojo Rabbit (w/ Corey & Andrew)

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.