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  • This week, Mike from Quiet On The Set joins to review Netflix's hit action film, The Old Guard. Mike brings his Sci-Fi expertise to discuss the rules of immortality, the film's world-building, and just when exactly Andromache changed her name to Andy. We breakdown why the film largely works, despite having a wonky soundtrack and not quite living up to its epic premise. In our 0.2 section, we share our different experiences with Dispatches From Elsewhere. Then, I recommend a small indie film that you can check out for free (see promocode below!)
    01:47 - The Old Guard
    27:13 - Spoilers
    46:48 - 0.2 Section: "Devs", "Dispatches From Elsewhere", and "Ex-Con: Redemption"
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    Watch Ex-Con: Redemption for free on Prime Video or on Vimeo On Demand with the promocode: GHOSTMARATHON
    Clips from "Palm Springs" and "The Great". Spoiler clip from Marvel's "The Avengers"

  • This week, Ian Anderson joins to review Hulu's Palm Springs. We rave about the film's brilliant premise, discuss the lexical difference between Groundhog Day and Groundhog's Day, and pitch Palm Spring sequels. This week, Ian Anderson joins to review Hulu's Palm Springs. We rave about the film's brilliant premise, discuss the lexical difference between Groundhog Day and Groundhog's Day, and pitch Palm Spring sequels. This week, Ian Anderson joins to review Hulu's Palm Springs. We rave about the film's brilliant premise, discuss the lexical difference between Groundhog Day and Groundhog's Day, and pitch Palm Spring sequels.
    03:19 - Palm Springs
    12:32 - Spoilers
    36:04 - 0.2 Section: "Lost", "Survivor", "Blindspotting", "The Great"
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    Clips from "Palm Springs" and "The Great". Spoiler clip from Marvel's "The Avengers"

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  • This week, Josh from the Media Music Podcast joins to review two distinctly different musical films: Hamilton and Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga. First, we talk about how the Hamilton stage play works as a film experience and suggest the next musical to get the Hamilfilm experience. Then, we discuss how Will Ferrell's latest Netflix comedy feels like it's ripped out of the 2000s, for better or for worse. Josh analyzes the music style of the new songs in Eurovision, and Matti discusses watching Eurovision in his youth.
    xx - Hamilton
    xx - Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga
    xx - Spoilers
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    Clips from "Hamilton" and "Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga". Spoiler clip from "Marvel's The Avengers".

  • This week, James from Munsons At The Movies joins me to help wash out the taste of Artemis Fowl and review Judd Apatow's The King of Staten Island. We rave about the films healthy blend of humor, heart, and drama, even if it may feel like the film meanders through its 126 minute runtime. We examine the film's autobiographical nature and why it differs from most of Apatow's films. In our 0.2 section, James gushes over his first viewing of Inside Out, and I recommend the under-rrated gem, The Invitation
    2:06 - The King of Staten Island
    18:39 - Spoilers
    38:45 - 0.2 Section: "90 Day Fiancé", "Inside Out", and "The Invitation"
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    Clips from "The King of Staten Island" and "The Invitation". Spoiler clip from "Marvel's The Avengers".

  • Sigh...well, I guess they can't all be winners. This week, Brett Bohan from Bohan Reviews bravely joins me to review the Disney+ disaster, Artemis Fowl. After re-reading the book series and watching the film a grand total of three (!) times, Brett brings insight into why this adaptation of such a beloved book series failed across the board. We contemplate the bare minimum required to constitute and movie and how Artemis Fowl can't even clear that low bar. In our 0.2 section, Brett reflects on the 2013 Oscar Season and I compare Artemis Fowl to two iconic Disney Channel musicals.
    1:44 - Artemis Fowl
    29:28 - Spoilers
    41:38 - 0.2 Section: "12 Years A Slave", "Hannah Montana: The Movie", and "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam"
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    Clips from "Artemis Fowl". Spoiler clip from "Marvel's The Avengers".

  • This week, Kolby Mac joins to discuss the latest Spike Lee film to hit Netflix, Da 5 Bloods. We talk about the brilliance of Spike Lee's direction in this war film about Black Vietnam Veterans who, even after returning home, have never stopped being at war. Kolby shares why the film is so powerful, and we dig into some of the film's tensest scenes. In our 0.2 section, Kolby recommends another Spike classic, and I recommend Hulu's Mrs. America.
    2:04 - Da 5 Bloods
    16:08 - Spoilers
    48:13 - 0.2 Section: "Bamboozled", "Artemis Fowl", and "Mrs. America"
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    Clips from "Da 5 Bloods" and "Mrs. America". Spoiler clip from "Marvel's The Avengers".

  • This week, in preparation for Spike Lee's newest film, Da Five Bloods, I am joined by Ian Anderson to discuss five of Spike's previous joints: She's Gotta Have It, Do The Right Thing, 25th Hour, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, and Blackkklansman. We discuss what makes Spike such an iconic director, why many of his films feel timeless, and why his films are always fascinating, even if they don't necessarily work.
    04:05 - She's Gotta Have It (1986)
    19:22 - Do The Right Thing (1989)
    33:52 - 25th Hour (2002)
    47:49 - Da Sweet Blood of Jesus (2014)
    54:58 - Blackkklansman (2018)
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    Esi Edugyan on She's Gotta Have It
    Wesley Morris on Do The Right Thing
    Lawrence Ware on Blackkklansman
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    Clips from "She's Gotta Have It", "25th Hour", and "Blackkklansman"

  • This week, Rosa is back to talk about the Netflix's rom-com, The Lovebirds. We dig into why this film flat out doesn't work, we compare it to 2010's Date Night, and we discuss what it takes to make a good comedy. In our 0.2 section, Rosa recommends an older film, and Matti praises the bizarre, but thoroughly satisfying limited series, Maniac.
    01:56 - The Lovebirds
    23:26 - Spoilers
    35:02 - 0.2 Section: "Scoob!", "Stand and Deliver.", and "Maniac"
     
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    Trailer clips from "The Lovebirds" and "Maniac". Spoiler clip from "Marvel's The Avengers (2012)".

  • Last weekend, Scoob!, an incredibly average animated film, came onto VOD and no one gave two shits about it. So, Ian Anderson joined me to talk about the film for almost an hour. We pick nits and discuss what does and (mainly) does not work about the latest Scooby-Doo film. Before that, we discuss the inevitable future of VOD releases post-quarantine and what we think that means for the moviegoing experience. In our 0.2 section, we investigate why we love Tom Cruise.
    01:20 - VOD Future
    12:18 - Scoob!
    26:43 - Spoilers
    39:05 - 0.2 Section: "Brave", "The House at the End of the Street", and "A Few Good Men"
     
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    Clips from "Scoob!" and "A Few Good Men"

  • In these trying times, sometimes the perfect remedy is a feel-good Disney film. Amy Smith from Film for Thought joins me this week as we comb through all 58 of Walt Disney Animation Studios's feature films to give our top 5 favorite films. Does your number one make the list? Tune in for a magical hour of Disney songs, villains, and heart.
    05:05 - Hercules (1997)
    07:42 - Frozen (2013)
    11:45 - Peter Pan (1953)
    15:27 - One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
    21:35 - Alice in Wonderland (1951)
    25:00 - Beauty and the Beast (1991)
    32:30 - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
    36:10 - Wreck-It Ralph (2012)
    43:10 - The Lion King (1994)
    53:15 - Honorable Mentions and Closing
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    Trailer clips from Disney's Hercules, Peter Pan, Beauty and the Beast, and The Lion King

  • Another season of HBO's sci-fi show, Westworld, has come and gone, and it's time to evaluate what worked and what didn't. ChinLin from The Bingeables Podcast joins to talk through our complicated relationship with a show that probably should have stayed as a limited series. We breakdown the season 3 finale, discuss some of Westworld's more frustrating aspects, and theorize what's in store for season four, and decide. In a 0.2 section, ChinLin recommends some casual television viewing and Matti raves about HBO's recent film about a corrupt Long Island school district, Bad Education.
    02:04 - Westworld
    13:10 - Spoilers and Season 3 Discussion
    57:04 - 0.2 Section: "American Housewife", "Parks & Recreation", and "Bad Education"
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    Trailer clips from Westworld and Bad Education. Spoiler clip from Marvel's The Avengers (2012).

  • Caleb and Dan from the Netflix 'N Swill Podcast are back to review the Netflix action film, Extraction. With Chris Hemsworth starring and stunt coordinator Sam Hargrave at the helm, we talk about what works about the film, even if the beginning and the end are frustratingly dumb. In a 0.2 section, Caleb puts his Philosophy degree to work by reviewing Star Trek: The Next Generation, Dan gets on a soapbox to tell people to watch more bad movies, and Matti raves about Better Call Saul. 01:08 - Extraction 28:03 - Spoilers 41:40 - 0.2 Section: "Star Trek: The Next Generation", "Real Housewives of New York", Dan's B Movie Rant, and "Better Call Saul" If you would like to leave a comment or a suggestion on how to improve the podcast, email us at moviemarathonerspod@gmail.com. We are also on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher Radio, and Spotify. Follow us on Twitter @moviemarapod. Follow Caleb and Dan and the Netflix 'N Swill Podcast on Twitter @netflixnswill. You can find the Netflix 'N Swill Podcast on netflixnswill.com or anywhere you find podcasts. Be sure to check out Rabbit Ears TV Podcast and donate to Livestream 4 The Cure! Like us on Facebook to stay updated on when we release new episodes. Opening music, "Werq" created by Kevin McLeod. Find more of his work at incompetech.com Trailer clips from Extraction and Better Call Saul. Spoiler clip from Marvel's The Avengers (2012).

  • One year ago, today, The Infinity Saga came to an end with the release of Avengers: Endgame. To celebrate, Ian Anderson joins to talk about how the monumental film has held up, get hyped about the future of the MCU by talking about each of Marvel's announced properties. We also indulge in some outlandish rumors, and pitch future films and TV series. It's a MARVELOUS 90 minutes!
    02:58 - Avengers: Endgame (2019) Retrospective
    22:36 - The Future of The Marvel Cinematic Universe (2020 - 2023)
    1:06:29 - MCU Rumor (Tread)Mill
    1:16:13 - Pitch Future Films and Disney+ Shows
     
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    Trailer clip from "Avengers: Endgame"

  • This week we review two of Gavin O'Connor's sports films: The Way Back and Warrior. First, Matti goes solo to talk about Ben Affleck's best performance and why The Way Back is worth watching on demand. Then, Tom Greene from the Movies After Work podcast joins to review. We disagree about what does and doesn't work about the film, before making up in the 0.2 Section to rave about Paddington.
    01:50 - The Way Back
    12:59 - Warrior
    27:55 - Spoiler
    45:02 - 0.2 Section: "Dumbo" and "Paddington" 
     
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    Trailer clips from The Way Back and Warrior. Spoiler clip from Marvel's The Avengers (2012).

  • We're stuck in our homes and in need of new content. Big time (not sorry). Hannah Ringswald from the Cinemania World Podcast and Ian Anderson join to talk about the Hulu original, Big Time Adolescence. We talk about Hannah's favorite film of 2020 and whether Pete Davidson has the chops to be a movie star. In our 0.2 section, we turn negative to tell you what NOT to watch during quarantine, until Hannah recommends a binge watch of MTV's Teen Wolf. 
    01:35 - Big Time Adolescence
    13:33 - Spoilers
    32:08 - 0.2 Section: "The Banker", "Annabelle Comes Home", "Little Fires Everywhere", and MTV's "Teen Wolf"
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    Trailer clips from Big Time Adolescence and Little Fires Everywhere. Spoiler clip from Marvel's The Avengers.

  • This week, Ryan Terry is back to talk about 2020's best horror film, Leigh Whannell's The Invisible Man. If you missed it in theatres, you can rent it on VOD! Ryan gives a Universal Monsters history listen, we rave about The Invisible Man's sleek production and sharp script, and we brainstorm the potential for a reboot of the Dark Universe. In our 0.2 section, we discuss how Emma. straddles the line between a lovely period piece and a cure for insomnia.
    05:03 - The Invisible Man (2020)
    38:24 - Spoilers
    59:18 - 0.2 Section: "Are You Afraid of the Dark?", "Star Trek: Picard", and "Emma."
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    Trailer clips from The Invisible Man (2020) and Emma. Spoiler clip from Marvel's The Avengers (2012).

  • This week, Ian Anderson practices social distancing and joins remotely to discuss Niki Caro's filmography. Here latest film, Disney's Mulan, may have been delayed, but now is a great time to catch up on some of her previous films, including Whale Rider (2002) and McFarland, USA (2015). We talk about Whale Rider's homage to Mulan and what McFarland, USA gets right that other running films get wrong. In a point 0.2 section, we debate which is a worse show, Netflix's Love Is Blind or Disney+'s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.
    06:15 - Whale Rider (2002)
    21:14 - McFarland, USA (2015)
    50:15 - 0.2 Section: Netflix's "Love Is Blind" and Disney+'s "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series"
     
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    Opening music, "Werq" created by Kevin McLeod. Find more of his work at incompetech.com
    Trailer clips from "Whale Rider", "McFarland, USA", "Love Is Blind", and "High School Musical: The Musical: The Series"

  • Kolby Mac is back for a fourth time! This week, he joins to rank and review all 22 films in Pixar's library. We start with Toy Story and hit every film in chronological order, including a fiery one minute conversation about Cars 2, and finishing with a review of Pixar's latest film about brotherly love, Onward. Find out our number 1's and our number 22's!
    4:59 - Toy Story (1995)
    9:23 - A Bug's Life (1998)
    12:00 - Toy Story 2 (1999)
    15:00 - Monsters, Inc. (2001)
    18:30 - Finding Nemo (2003)
    24:05 - The Incredibles (2004)
    28:40 - Cars (2006)
    33:32 - Ratatouille (2007)
    36:44 - WALL-E (2008)
    40:42 - Up (2009)
    43:29 - Toy Story 3 (2010)
    45:16 - Cars 2 (2011)
    46:17 - Brave (2012)
    48:51 - Monsters University (2013)
    51:31 - Inside Out (2015)
    56:28 - The Good Dinosaur (2015)
    59:22 - Finding Dory (2016)
    1:02:33 - Cars 3 (2017)
    1:05:05 - Coco (2017)
    1:08:02 - The Incredibles 2 (2018)
    1:12:27 - Toy Story 4 (2019)
    1:18:12 - Onward (2020)
     
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    Clips from all of Pixar's films.

  • This week, Rosa from Rosa's Reviews and In Their Own League joins to discuss Portrait of A Lady On Fire and she brings puns! So. Many. Puns. We breakdown the powerful final scene, the sexual tension in the film, and the meaning of the Greek myth at the center of this beautiful love story. We also talk about attending the Sundance Film Festival, a strong start to the March slate of films, and whether Rosa is on the wrong side of history for not liking Sonic The Hedgehog (hint: she is)!
    01:48 - Portrait of A Lady On Fire
    13:30 - Spoilers
    35:05 - 0.2 Section: "The Invisible Man", "Emma.", and "Sonic The Hedgehog"
     
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    Trailer clips from "Portrait of A Lady On Fire", "The Invisible Man", and "Sonic The Hedgehog". Spoiler clip from "Marvel's The Avengers (2012)".

  • This week, Ian Anderson and Johnny Kemps join the talk about DC's latest film, Birds of Prey and The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn. We breakdown why this Harley is so much better than the one in Suicide Squad, our thoughts on each of the supporting characters, and why DC doesn't seem to trust it's audience. We finish with a long 0.2 section where we dissect the enigma of Taylor Swift machine that's in full effect in the complicated Netflix documentary, Miss Americana.
    02:45 - Birbs of Prey
    21:49 - Spoilers
    52:00 - 0.2 Section: DC Universe's "Harley Quinn", Netflix's "AJ and The Queen", and Netflix's "Miss Americana"
     
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    Opening music, "Werq" created by Kevin McLeod. Find more of his work at incompetech.com
    Trailer clips from "Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Changing Title" and "Miss Americana"