We finally move into the awards season by taking an in-depth look at James Gandolfini's final film The Drop, which also stars Tom Hardy. HBO's True Detective and possible new distribution strategy is also discussed, as well as news regarding the Bourne franchise.
In our most polarizing episode to date and due to a soft IMAX re-release for its 20th anniversary, we take time this week to discuss the 1994 Best Picture winner Forrest Gump. Does this film really deserve all the love that is constantly showered upon it? We also talk some news regarding the new Ghostbusters film, Quentin Tarantino's Hateful Eight, and induct 3 fine individuals into the American Treasure Hall of Fame.
We are finally taking the chance to devote our full attention to a film that has become a topic of debate in numerous past episodes and also happens to be celebrating it's 15th anniversary this year, the Wachowski's sci-fi debut The Matrix. We also take the chance to recap this past summer and pick our favorite and least favorite films of the season.
One 1984 classic celebrating it's 30th anniversary is getting a theatrical re-release thanks to a 4K restoration. Join us as we welcome in a special guest to discuss how well Ghostbusters holds up 3 decades later, the winners and losers from the 66th annual Emmy Awards, and our ever-growing hall of American Treasures.
In celebration of our 100th episode, we are pleased to bring you a special mega-sized show in which each of us brings you our individual top 10 lists of our favorite movies of all time. Our tastes may vary, but there's one thing we can all agree on: movies are awesome.
This week we set our sights on the latest of Hollywood's many recent reboots, this time a new imagining of our beloved childhood heroes in a half-shell, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. We also pay tribute and celebrate the life of the late Robin Williams.
The most anticipated and talked-about film in the history of Mad About Movies is finally here! Join us as we discuss all things Guardians of the Galaxy and Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as some news regarding Ghostbusters 3, the live-action Jungle Book, and True Detective season 2.
We come to you this week with a podcast 12 years in the making as we review the most highly praised film of the year thus far, Richard Linklater's Boyhood. We also break down headlines from Comic-Con 2014 and give a brief review of Brett Ratner's Hercules.
In anticipation of the upcoming reboot, and just for plain old nostalgia's sake, we are excited to throw it back to 1990 this week with a discussion of all things Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. We also take an opportunity to look back on the films released in 1999 that are celebrating their 15th anniversary this year.
Come along as we discuss one of the most talked about and most anticipated blockbusters of the summer, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. We also talk some SNL news and induct some worthy candidates into the ever-growing hall of American Treasures.