Friend of the show Tommy McNamara comes in to help Sean figure out if the holy grail of action movies also doubles as a Christmas flick as well.
With all the controversy surrounding the new Star Wars movie, Sean decides to go head to head with Greg Stone about The Last Jedi. It gets kinda heated.
This week author and comedian Jim Tews comes in to defend Hackers and really terrible 90's Internet.
Take a listen to our super fun live episode taped at Union Hall in Brooklyn with amazing guests Aparna Nancherla and Mike Lawrence.
Come check out a special LIVE episode of Defend Your Movie this Saturday, December 2nd, 8pm @ Union Hall in Park Slope, Brooklyn with special guest Mike Lawrence and Aparna Nancherla!!! You can purchase tickets here ---> http://ticketf.ly/2BroWaN
In meantime, here is an old episode to hold you over of comedian Mark Normand defending the high octane 90's flick Speed.
This week Sean and Farah discuss the goddess known as Reese Witherspoon.
Leah Bonnema comes in to defend buying Crystal Skull and to discuss the interesting movie watching habits of her dad.
This week, Farah finally sees the 1999 classic on Halloween night with a mystery friend.
This week, hilarious comedian Kevin McCaffrey defends the origin point of Nicolas Cage crazy: Snake Eyes. We also discuss Sean being a diva and whether Oliver Stone is a hack.
In a podcast studio far, far away, H. Foley comes in to talk Star Wars, above ground pools and being Long Island rich.
Ian Fidance comes in to defend this 90's "indie" movie against Sean's seething anger. We also talk about a new feud with another podcast!
Comedian Shane Torres does his best to defend a movie where Bradley Cooper plays a rebel chef.
This week the Lady Lovin’ host comes in to defend the “delectable candy shop” of movies.
This week Dina Hashem defends the controversial Aronofsky flick Mother! while Pat Stango tried to defend Human Centipede.
Writer and podcaster David Feldman comes in to tell us why Godfather III is better than the other two and we find out about his love for the royal lifestyle.
This week 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.
BIG EPISODE!!! This week Jim Norton defends the Magnolia of race relations movies, Crash.
This week Matt Goldich joins us to defend the Citizen Kane of bro movies. Also, we discuss the phenomenon of "cameo in cars".
This week Sean finally sees this quasi "Big" remake and he and Farah discuss the "switcharoo" genre, as well as what age they would transport back to.
Mike Cannon Defends Garden State and we all try to figure out if it's actually deep. Sean reveals his love for Peter Sarsgaard.
Yannis Pappas joins us to defend a movie that's not so legendary but has a legend in it. Farah weighs in as well because as John Witherspoon says, "It's all about collaboration".
This week your favorite gals Sean and Farah go see the smash hit Girls Trip and give their humble opinions about the flick.
This week it's a crossover episode! the boys Tom and Tommy from the "Stand by Your Band" podcast defend the only movie we know of that has Ashton Kutcher saying the N-word.
Take a listen this week as our pal Mehran defends a movie that could be described as the spinster sister to Armageddon. We also find out about Basic Vampire Energy!
This week Langston Kerman comes in to defend one of the worst movies ever that also has a really gross title. In addition, we try to figure out what's up with 90's movie opening montages.