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Welcome to Choose Film: A Reel Retrospective. Each episode we take a deep dive into a random film chosen by our guest host. Each season we will pick a theme and review films based on that. i.e Monster Movies: Jaws, Godzilla etc Contact infoInstagram: @choosefilmpodcastTwitter: @FilmChooseGet in touch: choosefilmpodcast@hotmail.com
 
The Reel Film Junkies is a movie focused pod-cast created at the Ohio Media School in Valley View Ohio by Connor Smalls & Nick Biggie P. Listeners of the show will hear us covered everything from our personal favorites, reboots, upcoming blockbuster hits, beloved classics and so much more. So put on your headphones and take a listen to two avid movie goers give you their two cents on some of the best & worst movies out there. Intro and closing music by: www.bensound.com
 
This is REEL FILM HOUR with Derric and Taylor. Just two dudes who have the privilege of watching new movies before the masses. This is a weekly podcast with a new episode every Thursday covering a new film for your enjoyment. We use our elaborate critiquing system to give you the review that you deserve, and a good review you will get. We will do our best not to bore you for a solid hour. We keep it light and entertaining with fun discussions, comparisons, and questions. We will do our best ...
 
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Hi everyone! Well 2022 continues to spiral out of control but at least we still have our movies! For podcast 255 Mike and Matt chat about a little film they missed in the theaters last year, The Last Duel starring Matt Damon, Adam Driver, and Jodie Comer. Bonus topics include RIP Betty White, famous duels, and mullets. The Last Duel was a big Holly…
 
"What's your favorite scary movie?" Welcome back to another stalker slasher, terror-filled, and genre re-defining episode of THE FILM SNARKS!!! It's well known that there are certain rules that one must abide by in order to successfully survive a horror movie. And perhaps there’s no greater self-aware horror franchise that’s aware of those rules mo…
 
A short, spoiler free review on Being the Ricardos, followed by a post viewing discussion. Written and directed by Aron Sorkin, starring Nicole Kidman, Javier Bardem, J.K. Simmons, Nina Arianda, Tony Hale, and Alia Shawkat. This film takes place during a production week of I Love Lucy in which they face a crisis that nearly ends their careers and a…
 
Welcome to episode 055 of Choose Film: A Reel Retrospective podcast. Join Rebecca and Gary as they wrap up the 'MAGIC' season and discuss their magic movie choices, followed by the listeners reel. The Change-Up (Director: David Dobkin) Once inseparable pals, Dave (Jason Bateman) and Mitch (Ryan Reynolds) have drifted apart over the years. Dave is a…
 
The first part of Villeneueve's newest Sci-fi Epic, Daniel Craigs last film as James Bond and the latest origin story for a MCU character plus much more in this episode of The Review Show. You can find our reviews, articles and much more at: reelreviewing.com facebook.com/reelreviewing twitter.com/reelreviewing instagram.com/reelreviewing Intro/Out…
 
It’s time to Scream again! Ocean Murff is joined by our very own Tommy Metz III to discuss the fifth film in the Scream franchise, Scream. But why isn’t it called Scream 5? Is that part of the meta-nature of the film? What do Tommy and Ocean think about the return of Dewey, Gale, and Sidney in their inevitable return? What about that first kill, so…
 
Rob Kubasko, Kyle Olson, and Krissy Lenz of Neighborhood Comedy Theater and The Most Excellent 80s Movies Podcast get together to talk movies, clearing watchlists, Marvel TV, Boba Fett, Witcher, Trailers and Rob’s Excellent 80s Movie Matchups Game! Rob’s Trailer: Bob’s Burgers Kyle’s Trailer: The Legend of Vox Machina Krissy’s Trailer: Wolf Like Me…
 
A short, spoiler free review on Netflix Original film, The Unforgivable, followed by a post viewing discussion. Directed by Nora Fingscheidt, starring Sandra Bullock, Richard Thomas, Linda Emond, Jon Bernthal, Viola Davis, Aisling Franciosi, and Vincent D’Onofrio. A woman recently released from prison after serving 20 years for a violent crime, ret…
 
Well 2022 is here and it is starting out rough. COVID is rearing its ugly head again but let's not talk about that. It’s movie podcast time with your buddies Mike and Matt! For pod 254 the boys chat about Sandra Bullock’s latest Netflix Original The Unforgivable. Off topics include work smells, Hawkeye, and fajitas. This film is a bit of a sneak at…
 
Ann Hui had been working on a documentary for a Hong Kong network when she interviewed a number of ‘boat people,’ people fleeing Vietnam from the rule of China. This piqued her curiosity in the subject and defined her next two films, The Story of Woo Viet and Boat People. This ‘Vietnam Trilogy’ of hers, and particularly the last film, gave Ann Hui …
 
"Dream girls can be a nightmare!" Welcome back to another coming of age, bloody-heavy ritualistic, and comedically horror episode of THE FILM SNARKS!!! And Happy New Year to all of our fellow snarks and loyal listeners!! With 2021 officially in the books, and the new year now upon us, we are super excited to kick off 2022 with my brother Andrew’s b…
 
Mandy Kaplan, Steve Sarmento, and Tommy Metz take over the Saturday Matinée this week. What’s on deck? Tommy loves Search Party and Yellow Jackets. So there. Is The Matrix Resurrections laughably bad or some sort of genius? Some people clearly think the former. As for us...? Don’t Look Up. Hrm... Uh... Yeah... Betty Davis? Peter Bogdanovich? And th…
 
A short, spoiler free review on The Matrix Resurrections followed by a post viewing discussion. Directed by Lana Wachowski; starring Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jonathan Groff, Jessica Henwick, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Neil Patrick Harris. Returned to a world of two lives, Mr. Anderson must choose to follow the white rabbi…
 
As a filmmaker in Hong Kong, there’s an inevitable balancing act they need to do with their stories and how they depict China. This story portrays an interesting element of World War II that wasn’t often taught in Western history classes – the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong. Having it told from the Hong Kong perspective is also unique to us. That…
 
Welcome back everyone! Mike and Matt hope you had a great Christmas vacation, they sure did. For our first pod of 2022 we chat about Warner Bros latest money grab The Matrix Resurrections. Bonus topics include South Park, fan service, and dad jokes. Mike and Matt had really high hopes for this film and they were smashed. The Matrix Trilogy and univ…
 
Happy New Year! Each year on the podcast How to Split a Toaster: A Divorce Podcast about Saving Your Relationships, we take a break and talk about how movies deal with divorce and the law. This year, in our season break, we brought the team together to talk about divorce in the movies. From hyper-stylized to hyper-real, how well do filmmakers captu…
 
In this extended episode, Kris is joined by special guest host, Amanda, host of The Sip List podcast as they list and discuss their Top Films according to genre.***SPOILER Alert - This guest show will not contain REEL Film Reviewed's traditional spoiler free REEL-views due to multiple films being discussed, and all discussion of films in this episo…
 
There are a lot of elements from Ann Hui’s own life in her film Song of the Exile. It’s not a biographical film, though. Knowing that, what are we meant to take away from it? Is it an exploration of Hui’s own life? A chance for her to exorcise some demons from her youth? Or did she simply use those elements as a way to frame this story about a daug…
 
“The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.” Seasons Greetings and welcome back to another family-friendly, light-hearted, and whimsical Holiday festive special episode of THE FILM SNARKS!!! Well SON OF A NUTCRACKER! Christmas has come and gone once more! So we figured why not hang on to the Christmas spirit a little lo…
 
A short, spoiler free review on Don’t Look Up followed by a post viewing discussion. Written and directed by Adam McKay, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Rob Morgan, Jonah Hill, Mark Rylance, Tyler Perry, Timothee Chalamet, Ron Perlman, and Ariana Grande. Two low-level astronomers who discover a planet ki…
 
The original idea for Arthur Christmas, at the time called Operation Rudolph, had a much darker thread in it involving reindeer burgers. Luckily, the story evolved and turned into a wild story about a hereditary line of Santas running things with a million elves helping out (really doing all the work). The story is one of commerce and efficiency, b…
 
For a special holiday episode REEL Film Reviewed 12 Top Holiday Films! Which of your favorites get REEL-viewed? Happy Holidays everyone, thank you for listening! ***SPOILER Alert - Due to the age of the films, the REEL-Views may contain spoilers*** Audio warning - the music compared to the episode content varies, use caution when listening with ear…
 
"Welcome to the Real World.” Welcome back to another mind-bending, gravity-defying, artificial reality, and bullet-timing episode of THE FILMS SNARKS!!! Do you ever have that feeling where you’re not sure if you’re awake or dreaming? We sure do! That’s why we need you to make a choice… If you take the blue pill, this podcast ends, you wake up in yo…
 
Welcome friends and listeners to the final installment of the Reel Film Nerds podcast for 2021 and it’s a great one, we swear. Finally the last and most anticipated MCU film of 2021 is here, Spider-Man: No Way Home. Bonus topics today include Festivus, Venom, and Merry Christmas everyone! Kevin Feige definitely saved the best for last. Spider-Man: …
 
Welcome to episode 54 of Choose Film Podcast. Gary and Rebecca are joined by Actor Shannon Davidson to discuss the contemporary Christmas classic ELF. Synopsis Buddy (Will Ferrell) was accidentally transported to the North Pole as a toddler and raised to adulthood among Santa's elves. Unable to shake the feeling that he doesn't fit in, the adult Bu…
 
They stuffed a lot of movie into two and a half hours with Spider-Man: No Way Home. Villans and Spiders-Men from multiple movies across the franchise hit the screen and while most of the rumors predicted such, there’s little room to deny that what the team pulled off here is truly epic. So, it’s the movie we got. But is it the movie we wanted? Is i…
 
Pete Wright, Ocean Murff, and Tommy Metz head up the Saturday Matinée for our penultimate episode of 2021. What’s on deck? Ocean and Tommy make an able plea that we all watch Succession and now’s just the right time during a season break. Along the way, we talk about the latest Vulture piece suggesting that HBOMax won the year with their day-date W…
 
“If that spell gets loose, they’re all coming here!” Welcome back to another time crashing, world-colliding, and super-heroic universe altering episode of THE FILM SNARKS!!! The wait is finally over, and the big Holiday Christmas movie event of 2021 and the third chapter in the MCU Spider-Man franchise is upon us with Spider-Man: No Way Home, which…
 
Ann Hui has had a long career and was close to retiring in 2011 when she made A Simple Life. Luckily, she enjoyed making that film so much and enjoyed its success that she decided to keep directing. The film is a quiet one about a maid who has served the same family for over 60 years, now looking after Roger, the son who has become a film producer.…
 
Hello fellow movie lovers and welcome to the Reel Film Nerds podcast #251. Today was Mike Talent’s pick and he went with a holiday classic Trading Places starring Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd. Off topics include another awesome movie giveaway, the rich helping the poor, and Yuengling. What happens when two filthy rich brothers make a $1 bet destroy…
 
"I made my family disappear!" Welcome back to another holiday-crazy, home-invading, and heavily booby-trapped episode of THE FILM SNARKS!! Well, it’s Christmas time, the season of perpetual hope! And that means mad dash stressful travels, holiday office parties, inundation of Christmas music. But in the case of 8 year old, Kevin McCallister, a gian…
 
Is there a problem with ABC’s efforts to amp the nostalgia in “Live In Front of a Studio Audience”? You take the good, you take the bad, am I right? Trailers this week surprise us all as Mandy gets her pick in first with Spidey, Kyle brings a trailer only our Brit friends will be able to watch, and Rob brings Ritchie and a prayer. Mandy’s Trailer: …
 
A short, spoiler free review on independent short film, Ridge Run. Written and directed by Terrance Brashun, starring Terrance Breshun, Maxx Calzz, Harold Smith II, Nikki Kruz, and Cris Denmon.*There will not be a deep dive discussion because this short film has not yet aired – look for it on December 24, 2021*A man steals something important which…
 
A short, spoiler free review on Mare of Easttown, followed by a deep dive discussion. created and written by Brad Ingelsby and directed by Craig Zobel, starring Kate Winslet, Julianne Nicholson, Jean Smart, Angourie Rice, Cameron Mann, John Douglas Thompson, Guy Pearce, and Joe Tippett. Mare is a Det. Sgt. and Easttown Native, and when the death of…
 
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