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Welcome to the Talking Thru the Movie podcast. This show is like one of those commentaries you get on DVD or Blu-Ray where the directors and creative types who made the movie talk about stuff! But instead of the people who actually worked hard on the film, it’s us; two good chaps who like to discuss movies (who doesn't?). During each episode, we will be providing a heady mix of movie trivia, theories, gaffes, opinions and some laughs all into the mix to bring you the ultimate movie-watching ...
 
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Episode #101: Mike and James take a look at a few unconventional Westerns in this themed episode, reviewing The Ballad of Buster Scruggs before Mike puts for 2017’s German film Western as a Forgotten Favorite. Keep a look out next week when we unveil our new segment “CounterCULTure,” where we review a different film with a cult following each time …
 
Episode 100(!!!): Mike and James review Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, before doing a Forgotten Favorite on the little-known thriller The Invitation. We’ll be more regularly implementing our bonus segments to look at under-seen or under-appreciated movies and giving our own contrary takes on loved or hated films that we want to defend…
 
Episode #94: Mike and James go over all the news they've missed during the months of May and June, including discussion of the new Halloween, A Star is Born, and more. Then, we get scared silly reviewing Hereditary, and we do it without making a single "click" sound. Don't believe us? Listen for yourself!…
 
Episode #93: Mike and James review Avengers: Infinity War - if we can stifle our crippling sadness for long enough - discussing what makes this arguably the best Avengers movie and one of the best in the MCU. Then, in this week's Forgotten Favorite segment, we review Sean Baker's Starlet, once again returning to Talking During the Movie's favorite …
 
Episode #92: Mike and James review A Quiet Place and Wes Anderson's newest film, Isle of Dogs. Listen to us ponder the cultural appropriation of Isle of Dogs right before having way too much fun nit-picking A Quiet Place. No Forgotten Favorites, this week, but next week might be Oops, All Forgotten Favorite.…
 
In this episode of Talking Thru the Movie join Neil and Ben as they travel back in time to the prehistoric age and visit The Land Before Time!Listen as Neil and Ben discuss the film that has a special place in all our hearts. We look at the many tragedies of the film both on and off screen, Neil informs Ben of Littlefoot's mother being a "Force" gh…
 
In this episode of Talking Thru the Movie join Neil and Ben beat their chests and climb the empire state building as we Hail to the Kong!Listen as Neil and Ben discuss the background of King Kong, what different versions of Kong there has been from the original King Kong (1933) right through to the present day Kong: Skull Island (2017), how did Kon…
 
Episode #89: Mike and James review Black Panther and then give our our 2017 year-end awards based on the following categories: Bane Award for the Most Quotable Line Turkey Baster Award for the Best Scene Scoot McNairy Award for Best Performance in a Side Role Punch Drunk Love Award for Best Performance by a Sub-Par actor Mike Or James Award for Bes…
 
Episode #79: Mike and James return from yet another brief hiatus to review a trifecta of now-outdated movies, It Comes at Night, The Beguiled and Baby Driver. Does Baby Driver have a fatal flaw? Can James convince Mike that it's not so fatal? Let's find out. Total run time: 2:06:36 Want to skip ahead to one segment or another? Here are the timestam…
 
Episode #77: Mike and James review Your Name, the highest grossing Anime film of all time, earning more than even Spirited Away. Then, we attempt to answer the question: Does the Nolan Trilogy let Batman off too easy? We also talk the misguided Star Wars theories since the release of The Last Jedi trailer. Finally, we do a retrospective on the most…
 
Episode #76: Mike and James review the documentary I Am Not Your Negro and talk about the forgotten foreign film The Lives of Others. And, is tonal dissonance always a bad thing? We discuss what's wrong with Evermore, the song from Beauty and the Beast that many think will win Alan Menken another Oscar. Total run time: 1:43:00 Here are the time sta…
 
Episode #75: Mike and James review Beauty and the Beast and Life and argue about which one you don't need to see most, after pitching a new podcast idea and talking about the trailer for It. Then we take a stroll down Forgotten Favorite Lane, remembering the hidden gem of 99 Homes, featuring great performances by Michael Shannon and Andrew Garfield…
 
Episode #74: Mike and James review Logan and talk about what could be the dumbest line in a Star Wars movie. We also revive our Forgotten Favorite segment with a look at the obscure French film Holy Motors. Total run time: 1:28:04 Here are the time stamps for this episode: What does Luke say to Rey in The Last Jedi, and when? - (5:19) Logan Review …
 
Episode #73: Mike and James review Get Out, after a huge flub by James computer corrupted last week's "Top 10 of 2016" episode. We also give a quick recap of last week's other great flub and how it saved La La Land's reputation. Total run time: 1:12:38 Here are the time stamps for this episode: What happened to last week's episode? - (:45) La La La…
 
Episode #71: Mike (drunkenly) and James review Sing Street, and go over our Oscar picks for next Sunday. But who should win? Stay tuned for next week when we go over our Top 10 Best Films of 2016! Total run time: 1:43:44 Here are the time stamps for this episode: Academy Awards: Who will win and who should win? - (4:43) Best Documentary Film - (9:0…
 
Episode #70: Mike and James review M. Night Shyamalan's controversial Split, while also talking about the awards ceremonies that have guaranteed a Best Picture win for La La Land. We discuss Split's ability (or lackethereof) to appropriately carry its themes, and its depiction of a different kind of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Total run time: 1…
 
Episode #69: Mike and James review two mostly animated documentary films - Nuts! and Tower, discussing how each of them pushes the boundaries of the documentary art form. Also, I suppose the Academy Award nominations were announced. Who got snubbed? Who was a surprise? What the heck is Lion? Listen and find out! But who cares about the Oscars? Mike…
 
Episode #68: Mike and James review the documentary O.J.: Made In America and Martin Scorsese's religious epic Silence. We also talk about the explosion of Biopics at the Oscars and what that means for #OscarsSoWhite and the 89th Academy Awards. Total run time: 1:49:27 Here are the time stamps for this episode: Oscar bait-y biopics explode at the Os…
 
Episode #67: Mike and James reflect on Carrie Fisher, the #Fuck2016 sentiment and review Damien Chazelle's La La Land, asking and answering the question of if it deserves Best Picture. Total run time: 1:41:42 Here are the time stamps for this episode: Carrie Fisher dies at age 60 - (2:50) What does this mean for Star Wars going forward? - (11:14) W…
 
Order #66: Mike and James kill all Jedi, I mean ... review Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, after discussing the Friday the 13th franchise. You'll also hear why Martin Scorcese thinks the Cinema he know is gone, and a look forward at Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk. Total Run Time: 1:53:30 Here are the time stamps for this episode: How could Rogue One imp…
 
Episode #65: Mike and James review Manchester By the Sea and talk about the copious Awards-season-related news that happened over the past couple weeks, including the Golden Globes Nominations. With all the year-end lists coming out, we discuss the three-horse race between La La Land, Moonlight & Manchester By The Sea. Total run time: 1:59:26 Here …
 
Episode #64: Mike and James review Arrival and discuss how the rise of biopics as Oscar bait could harm memorable filmmaking. Total run time: 1:46:43 Here are the time stamps for this episode: Early awards season winners/nominess - (8:44) Biopics may harm the industry - (22:10) Historical accuracy has no correlation to quality - (36:34) Allied mini…
 
Episode #63: Mike and James review Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and A24's Moonlight, examining how it is the "anti-character study." We also discuss how the Academy Awards are going to balance the need to be relevant and the need to put forth great, diverse films. Total run time: 1:44:10 Here are the time stamps for this episode: Fantast…
 
Episode #62: Mike and James review Doctor Strange, talk Marvel vs. DC in terms of villains, and contemplate the shaky state of the 89th Academy Awards. Total run time: 1:16:45 Here are the time stamps for this episode: Incredibles 2 moved up a year, Toy Story 4 moved back - (7:17) Michael Keaton cast as Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming - (18:51) T…
 
Episode #61: Mike and James get very political, reviewing The Birth of a Nation and Ava DuVernay's groundbreaking documentary 13th, the latter of which you all need to watch right this instant. In the lighter first-half of the episode, we talk Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, the new Lando Calrissian and the old Deadpool 2 director. Total run time: 1:…
 
Episode #60: Mike and James review Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and The Girl on the Train, after a discussion of The Birth of a Nation's financial disappointment, and Daniel Craig's flip flopping on James Bond. We also managed to, yet again, record the day before a new trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was released, because of cours…
 
Episode #59: The longest episode yet, but probably the best. Mike and James discuss seven seminal found footage horror films in three groups. First, we discuss The Blair Witch Project and 2016's Blair Witch, then we move on to Paranormal Activity 1 & 3, then we settle the debate, talking about REC, Quarantine and the underseen REC 2. Total run time…
 
Episode #58: Mike and James review "Sully" and not much else, while preparing for next week's Found Footage extravaganza. Also find a discussion of plot holes and the supposed Easter Egg that Rogue One just has to deal with. Total run time: 1:20:15 Here are the time stamps for this episode: Rogue One, It Follows and plot holes - (12:30) Sully revie…
 
Episode #57: Mike and James debut their first high-concept, themed episode reviewing the trio of Don't Breathe, Hush and Wait Until Dark, all horror films that deal with sensory deprivation. Total run time: 1:36:37 Here are the time stamps for this episode: Star Wars: Rogue One replaces composer - (7:09) Introduction to Sensory Deprivation - (13:06…
 
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