This week, Adam and Kevin review the World War II drama Phoenix as well as the docu-drama Five Star. Others items discussed include Deutschland 83, The French Connection, Prince, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Knock Knock, The Gate, The Search for General Tso, and An Honest Liar.
*Apologies for the audio in this episode, somehow the gain got turned all the way up.*
This week, we get Film Pulse contributor Ernie Trinidad back on the show for a review of Marvel's Ant-Man, followed by reviews of The Wolfpack and Alleluia. Other films discussed include Timbuktu, Lost Soul, The Death of Superman Begins, When Evening Falls on Bucharest or Metabolism, Irreversible, Trainwreck, and Boulevard.
This week, Adam and Kevin talk a little Comic-Con news before doing a Dolan double bill with reviews of Xavier Dolan's Tom at the Farm and Mommy. Other films discussed include I Killed My Mother, Rosewater, Tangerine, Ex Machina, I-Lived, and Creep.
This week, in honor of Terminator Genisys opening in theaters, Adam and Kevin take a look back at the Terminator series and review the original film as well as Terminator 2: Judgement Day and compare them with Genisys and the others in the series. Other films discussed include Closer to God, A Man Escaped, Big Game, Rich Hill, Reckless, and My Name is Joe.
This week on the show, Adam and Kevin review David Gordon Green's latest, Manglehorn, starring Al Pacino, and count down their top 10 films of 2015 so far. Other films discussed include 7 Chinese Brothers, Jurassic World, Over the Top, Welcome to Leith, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Burying the Ex, City Lights, Dope, Meet Him and Die, and Inside Out.
This week, Adam and Kevin are joined by Ryan Watches a Movie co-host Ryan Holes to once again predict this summer's highest grossing films. Other films discussed include Pure, All I Need, Approaching the Elephant, We Are Still Here, Evolution of a Criminal, and Welcome to Happiness.
In this special bonus episode of Ryan Watches a Movie, we talk about the The Ataxian, a new documentary from directors Zack Bennett andKevin Schlanser about Kyle Bryant and his bike ride across America despite having Friedreich's Ataxia, the same neurological disease as Ryan. We speak about the film, as well as what FA is, and we have a conversation with the directors and Kyle Bryant. This is the most important episode we've ever done, so be sure to give it a listen.