Episode 110 – Into the Storm, A Most Wanted Man, The Prince; review: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes; Dustin & Cody expand their horizons

In this episode, we watch trailers for disaster film Into the Storm, Philip Seymour Hoffman in A Most Wanted Man, and Bruce Willis in action thriller The Prince. We also review Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and Dustin and Cody report what they think of the assignments Andy gave them to watch after the Great Tammy Box Office Debacle of 2014. All that, plus What We’re Watching.

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What We’re Watching…

– Andy: The Making of ‘Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back’  (Amazon Books)
– Dustin: Monty Python Live (Mostly) (official Monty Python YouTube channel) / “Weird Al” Yankovic – Mandatory Fun  (album – Amazon Music) / (videos – official website)
– Cody: Obvious Child  (now in theaters)

Full trailers…

Into the Storm (Warner Bros.) — in theaters August 8, 2014

A Most Wanted Man (Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions) — in limited release now

The Prince (Lionsgate) — in theaters August 22, 2014

Episode 98 – Jersey Boys, Orange is the New Black (Season 2), God’s Pocket; review: Grand Budapest Hotel

Do you like things and stuff? Then you’ll like this episode! Cody is back. Yay! But Dustin is gone. Boo.

Andy and Cody look at the new trailers for Clint Eastwood’s big screen adaptation of Jersey Boys, also Orange is the New Black Season 2, and Hot God’s Pocket with Philip Seymour Hoffman. Plus special guest from upstairs Aimee joins the guys for a review of Grand Budapest Hotel. All that and What We’re Watching.

What We’re Watching…

– Cody: Broad City
– Andy: Rifftrax: Total Riff Off

Trailers…

Jersey Boys (In Theaters June 20, 2014)

Orange is the New Black (on Netflix June 6, 2014)

God’s Pocket (In Theaters May 9, 2014)

Episode 87 – A Million Ways to Die in the West, Enemy, Pompeii; review: Nebraska; remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman

In this episode, we remember the work of Philip Seymour Hoffman, who passed last weekend. We also watch trailers for Seth MacFarlane’s new comedy A Million Ways to Die in the West, Jake Gyllenhaal in the psychological thriller Enemy, and the upcoming action film Pompeii. Plus we review Alexander Payne’s Oscar nominee for Best Picture, Nebraska, and we talk about What We’re Watching.

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What We’re Watching…

– Andy: Mitt  
– Dustin: The Talented Mr. Ripley    
– Cody: Philomena  (now in theaters)

Full trailers…

A Million Ways to Die in the West (Universal Pictures) Red Band — in theaters May 30, 2014

Enemy (A24 Films)– coming soon

Pompeii (Sony Pictures)– in theaters February 21, 2014

Episode 79 – Sabotage, Divergent, Vampire Academy, review: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Ever think about an old TV show or movie and wonder why it hasn’t been remade? No? Well we did, so listen to us talk about it. Then we watch trailers for Sabotage starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, and teen movies based on novels Divergent and Vampire Academy. (Didn’t really plan that.) Plus we review The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and talk about What We’re Watching.

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Picks of the Week…
– Cody: Hell on Wheels, Season 2    
– Andy: Hyperbole and a Half – (Amazon Books)
– Dustin: Robot & Frank    

Full trailers…

Sabotage (Open Road Films) — in theaters April 11, 2014

Divergent (Summit Entertainment) — in theaters March 21, 2014

Vampire Academy (The Weinstein Company) — in theaters February 14, 2014

Episode 19.5 – BONUS: Spoilerific review for The Master

In this special bonus episode, we take a closer look at The Master and what we think it’s really all about. NOTE: This episode has spoilers for anyone who hasn’t seen the film. Consider yourself warned!

For a spoiler-free review of The Master, listen to Episode 19!