(2014) - PG-13 - Biography, Crime, Drama
Starring: Amy Adams, Christoph Waltz
Director: Tim Burton
Ready for another #MovieNight pick? Check out this episode where we explain why Big Eyes is a great pick for this week. We also hear from the listeners on what movies THEY think are good for #MovieNight.
Also, Chet sets up the second installment of "Movie or Metal?" where Rodney hears a name and has to determine if it's a low-budget horror movie or a heavy metal band!
(2014) - R - Thriller, Crime, Drama
Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Bill Paxton, Rene Russo, Riz Ahmed
Director: Dan Gilroy
This week's "Movie Night" is Nightcrawler, a memorable one for sure! The guys also discuss Jake Gyllenhaal as an actor and talk about whether or not Swiss Army Man is a "movie to avoid."
Also, who wins in a fight? Danielle Radcliffe or Elijah Wood?
Join the conversation! What is YOUR favorite Jake Gyllenhaal film?
In this episode, we get the chance to talk to Kurt Braunohler from "The Big Sick" who talks about his career and what it was like to star in an early "Best Picture" contender.
In addition to talking about his career, Kurt also talks about why it is that comedians seem to stick together and how he landed his role in "The Big Sick". He also gives a definitive answer to the age old question: "Which podcast is better: This American Life or Down the Hall." The answer: Down the Hall...obviously.
(2014) - Drama, Fantasy, Sci-Fi - R
Starring: Mark Duplass, Elizabeth Moss, Ted Danson
Director: Charlie McDowell
This week the guys have an Amazon Prime find for you and your Movie Night. "The One I Love" is a trippy, mess-with-your-mind type of film that you are sure to remember long after seeing it. A simple cast with a simple premise but one that will get you thinking and talking about it for days.
Also, the listeners answer the question, "What are your favorite psychological mystery movies?"
Plus a brand new segment called "Metal or Movie?" where Rodney has to guess whether a name is that of a low budget horror movie or a heavy metal rock band.
(2014) - Drama, Mystery, Sci-Fi - R
Starring: Alicia Vikander, Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac
Directed by: Alex Garland
This week the guys are back to save your Movie Night with Ex Machina. Also, updates from the road trip to Jersey where Chet and Rodney sat in with the guys from Checked Out in Jersey and got to meet Mark, a fan of the show.
The guys talk through other movies about Artificial Intelligence and debate who would win in a fight between Dwayne Johnson and Jason Momoa.
Join the conversation!
Is Chet wrong for saying that the movie "Girls Trip" is "smut"?
Who wins the fight between Johnson and Momoa?
What are your favorite movies involving Artificial Intelligence?
(2017) - Comedy, Drama - R
Starring: Jumail Nunjiani, Zoe Kazan, Holly Hunter, Ray Romano, Bo Burnham, Aidy Bryant, Kurt Braunohler
Director: Michael Showalter
In this episode the guys discuss the Oscar worthy film The Big Sick. Also, what are your favorite stand up comedians who became actors? And of course, who would win in a fight between Chris Pine and Ryan Reynolds?
The guys are joined once again by Lyndon Wells from Top10films.co.uk to discuss The Top 10 Acting Performances of All Time!
Also, listen in as Lyndon pits Chet and Rodney against each other for another quiz!
Do you agree with the list? What did we miss? What did we get right?
Be sure to check out top10films.co.uk for lots of great content. You can also follow Lyndon on Twitter @lwellsfilm
(2011) - Comedy, Fantasy, Romance - PG-13
1 Hr 34min
Where to Watch: Netflix
Writer & Director: Woody Allen
Starring: Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates
Today Chet & Rodney discuss Midnight in Paris and ask the question, "if you could travel back in time, where would you go?" Join the conversation in the comments below.
(2008) - Documentary, Crime, Drama
Writer/Director: Kurt Kuenne
This documentary is a must see. It takes the true story of Andrew Bagby's death and depicts it in a entriguing and gripping way. This is no easy watch but we have you covered! We talk about what our "feel good" things to watch are after something sad.
Join the conversation!
A special thank you to one of our followers, "Movie Rob" for going to downthehallpodcast.com and recommending "Dear Zachary" to us. You can do so too! Just scroll down to the bottom of the page and let us know what movie is worth a Movie Night for our listeners.
(2016) - Biography, Drama, - PG-13
1 Hr 55min
Where to Watch: Netflix
Starring: Michael Keaton, Nick Offerman
We got McDonalds just for this!
Today Chet & Rodney discuss The Founder and ask the question, "what is your Mcdonalds order?"
Join the conversation! What is your weirdest drive thru story?