James and Zach shake theirs hips to the new Elvis biopic directed by Baz Luhrmann, then rank the auteurs entire filmography before re-attempting a movie trivia game we haven’t played in 318 episodes.
The guys get meta with Pixar’s sci-fi Toy Story spinoff Lightyear, measure out their favorite films with a unit of measurement in the title, then finish out the episode with a round of the podcast classic trivia game Jacob’s Ladder.
Zach, James, and Kyle send the Jurassic Park franchise into extinction as they discuss Jurassic World Dominion (aka the very last film in the series), then the guys run down their favorite fictional movie corporations.
Kyle, Zach, and James each watch a film that is highly regarded by the other 2 co-hosts, then the guys play a new consensus-based movie game.
The guys buzz the tower with aviation-enthusiast Mohsen while discussing the long pandemic-delayed sequel Top Gun: Maverick, then stay on target during a round of Tom Cruise-centric trivia.
Two-thirds of Zach, Kyle, and James get disappointed with the big screen adaptation of Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers, then the guys reminisce over their ten favorite cartoons.
Three bros debate the merits of Sandy Bullock’s latest vehicle and then run down their favorite romantic comedies.
Resident MCU expert/superfan Evily braves the multi-verse to return to the show and discuss the second Doctor Strange film, then survive a statistics-filled round of MCU trivia.
Kyle and James answer some listener email before tripping balls over The Northman, from soon-to-be visionary director Robert Eggers.
The guys run down their favorite films of 2006 that nobody talks about.
The guys are joined by hedgehog-expert Normal Zach to go fast while discussing the new colon-free video-game adaptation Sonic 2, then run down their favorite video games of all time.
Kyle and James get cheerfully nihilistic over Everything Everywhere All at Once, then run down their 10 favorite films featuring Michelle Yeoh.
The guys run down the events of the 2022 Oscars including the good, the bad, and the never should have been – then discuss this years winner of Best International Film, Drive My Car.
Zach and James kick it old school with their picks for the upcoming 2022 Oscars, mull over the lessons embedded in the new Pixar coming-of-age film Turning Red, and then play some classic CRL movie games.
Zach, Kyle, and James catch up on a few prestige films that have been nominated for a 2022 Academy Award.
The guys are joined by The Batman expert Mohsen to inspect the latest iteration of the man they call Vengeance, then quick-rank their favorite Dark Knight actors.
Kyle, James, and Zach rank and discuss the last 10 movies they’ve seen.
The guys discuss the newly released 2022 Oscar nominations, dive deep into the depths of film noir with the recent Best Picture nominee Nightmare Alley, and then run down their ten favorite films of the stylistic crime-ridden genre.
James is joined by Mo for a special episode (and his 14th appearance on the podcast) to discuss the Disney+ limited series The Book of Boba Fett.
James, Zach, and Kyle, discuss the new Paul Thomas Anderson coming-of-age film Licorice Pizza, then quick rank the auteur’s entire filmography, then list their 10 favorite films with a food in the title.
The guys discuss the psychological drama The Lost Daughter, written and directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal in her feature directorial debut – as well as answer a few recent listener emails.
Zach, Kyle, and James discuss the new Joel Cohen adaptation of the Shakespeare play Macbeth, then list out their 10 favorite adaptations of the Bard of Avon.
So many lists! Kyle, James and Zach bid 2021 adieu with a plethora of alternative year-end lists, NEW New Year movie resolutions, and an overview of what to expect in cinemas in 2022. Special thanks to our Patreon Supporters – Specifically thanks to Adem, Allan, Amanda, Botond, Josh, Justin, Logan, Mansouri, Marco, Roger, Ryan, Scott W, Scotty, Thomas, Troy, Victoria!
Kyle, James, and Zach count down their 20 favorite movies of 2021, as well as their greatest disappointments, films they regret not having seen before making their lists, and much more.
Zach, James, and Kyle rank and discuss the last 10 movies they’ve seen.