This week Sean and Andy review all the best picture nominees and the 1990s and re-evaluate which films should and should not have won best picture.
This week find out who prevails as these two prison movies square off in the yard.
This week two no holds barred movies face off. Sean and Andy are joined by the hilarious comedian Joe Zimmerman.
This week Sean and Andy discuss which heartfelt buddy comedy holds up more. Special thanks to BG Mac (@sam1178).
This week it's the return of Sean's former podcast co-host Dan St. Germain. Dan goes out of his way to rattle off reasons for why Monster Squad reigns supreme over The Goonies, along with playing the Terry O'Quinn trump card.
This week Sean and Andy debate which of these buddy comedies deserve the titles for most repeated viewing and best first viewing.
This week Sean and Andy comb over all the best picture nominees and the 1980s and re-evaluate which films should and should not have won best picture.
This week comedian Melissa Stokoski comes by to discuss two romantic comedies revolving around a bet.
This week Sean and Andy introduce new segments to the show, including movie news, movie association, and defending Oscar Best Pictures from the 70s.
This week Sean & Andy are joined again by comedian James Mattern to debate between two of the most critically maligned sequels.
This week comedians Christian Finnegan and Andy Fiori argue over which John Cusack classic has more appeal and which of the two has the better ingenue.
This week Sean and friend of the pod, Tommy McNamara, rank Jaws, Independence Day, Sandlot, Top Gun and Born on the Fourth of July in order.
Sean is taking this week off to celebrate the Fourth of July but will be back next week with brand new episodes!
This week comedians Robby Slowik, Pat Stango and Clayton Gumbert join Sean. Listen as Pat gets shamed for defending this nothing burger of a movie.
This week friend of the show, Andy Fiori, returns to debate which recent Scorsese classic is superior and how Andy's Boston hatred clouds his judgement of Irish films.
This week comedian Sam Evans stops by to rank Bill Murray's performances in Wes Anderson films. He also argues why Life Aquatic, not The Royal Tenenbaums, is Wes Anderson's Magnus Opus.
This week comedian Chris Calogero comes in to make the case for why Zodiac, not Seven, is David Fincher's high point.
From the vault, we welcome Broad City's own Ilana Glazer! We talk about how the comedy classic Austin Powers holds up and how fun it is to mock British teeth.
This week comedian Andy Fiori comes in to make the case for The Big Lebowski being a sports movie and how it stands up to the classic sports film, Rudy.
This week comedian and friend of the show Jared Fried comes in to talk about his favorite and least favorite rom-com movie tropes. Plus, we find. Plus, we delve into Farah's weird family traditions.
This week the hilarious Rachel Feinstein comes in to talk murder movies, criminal profiling, creepy math tutors, and defends her favorite office flirtation film. Plus, we guess where our producer Alex attended college.
Friend of the show Tommy McNamara comes back to recap Avengers: Infinity War.
We're going dark this week but will be back next week with an episode you won't want to miss!
From the vault, Jim Norton defends the Magnolia of race relations movies.
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