The guys answer some recent listener email, discuss the Oscar-hopeful character drama Tár starring Cate Blanchett, then debate their top pretentious characters in film.
Kyle, Zach, and James spend some time inside the Triangle of Sadness, then reflect on the depiction of the wealthy in 10 of their favorite films.
The guys reflect on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, then run down their favorite 10 movies and tv shows from the MCU’s Phase Four.
In a rare bonus episode – James and Kyle discuss Barbarian, a surprising AirBnB-based horror film. Watch this episode: https://youtu.be/0FTsgStEZnI Follow Cinereelists: Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – TikTok Follow James: Letterboxd – Twitter Follow Zach: Letterboxd – Twitter Follow Kyle: Letterboxd Support the show on Patreon. Subscribe: iTunes / RSS Have a film suggestion you think we’ve never seen and want us to discuss on the show? Send your pick to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of us WILL watch it and discuss it on a future next show… or send a comment, suggestion or criticism and we’ll discuss that as…
James and Kyle talk Weird with New Zach while discussing the new Al Yankovic biopic, then try to figure out who the fibber is in a game of Movie Bluff.
The guys band together to discuss the anti-war film All Quiet on the Western Front, then battle over their 10 favorite war films of all time.
James and special guest Nathan from the Network Special Podcast discuss the career and full filmography of director Kevin Smith, including the recent Clerks III, his alleged career capper.
The guys review and discuss two films recently available on VOD including Confess, Fletch starring Jon Hamm, a reboot of the 80s comedy classic Fletch, and Bullet Train – a fast-paced neon-styled action film starring Brad Pitt.
The guys respond to some recent email from listeners, discuss the Viola Davis-led historical actioner The Woman King, and round things out with a rundown of their favorite Africa-set films.
Zach and James discuss two films featuring Parks and Recreation alum.
Zach, James, and Kyle debate the heights of Fall, then run down their favorite movies with a “Season” in the title.
The guys review Vengeance, written and directed by BJ Novak, who also happens to be cast member of The Office, which is a TV show that happens to be related to a top 10 list Kyle decided to make for this episode. Then, they played a survey-based movie trivia game.
The guys are re-united to discuss the romantic comedy thriller Spin Me Round, then play a new movie trivia game based on IMDB keywords.
James and Kyle explore the depths of the biographical survival film Thirteen Lives, then try to survive the new Predator prequel Prey.
Zach and Kyle explore the skies of Nope, then train their eyes on their favorite animal performers in film.
There’s very little gray area between Kyle and James when debating the merits (or lack thereof) of Netflix original big-budget action film The Gray Man, but the guys do find some common ground when running down their 10 favorite Netflix originals.
The guys re-unite to answer some recent Listener Email, discuss the new MCU film Thor: Love & Thunder, and then play Icelandic movie-trivia.
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.