Ever wanna force your friend to watch this great movie you know they'll love?
Each episode, Mike Natale (Comic Book Resources) and Tom Lorenzo (Taste of Cinema) assign each other a film they've never seen that's either so incredibly good, so remarkably bad or so essential to the history of cinema that by not seeing them they're "missing out". Then they get together to talk and tell you if you're missing out too.
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Tom was pulled away at the last second, but Mike sat down with the co-creators of the new web-series Previously On Dr. Elliott Goldfarb DDS, Glenn Garthwaite and Tom Rizzuto. Then the trio discussed Glenn's film pick, 2004's Primer.
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Tom Lorenzo (@ragingbull1990)
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Tom shows Mike The Way of the Gun, and Mike teaches Tom The Last Waltz.
Mike has Tom enter the 36th Chamber of the Shaolin and Tom has Mike learn alongside Jackie Chan how to be a Drunken Master.
Hoping to cause each other as much pain as possible, Tom has Mike watch Only God Forgives (2013) and Mike has Tom watch Spice World (1997)
Mike and Tom prep for Avengers: Infinity War by ranking the films, breaking down the best and worst elements of the full Cinematic Universe, and letting Tom vent his frustrations about Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
Mike and Tom watch Four Weddings & A Funeral (1994) and Death Sentence (2007).
Tom and Mike watch Bowfinger (1999) and The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)
Mike and Tom take a look at some documentaries they missed from 2017, An Inconvenient Sequel and Spielberg.
The third and final installment of the Year End Wrap Up, Mike and Tom discuss their superlatives for the year, including their Most Overrated and Underrated films of the year.
Part 2 of the Year End Wrap Up, where Mike and Tom name their "Bottom 5" movies of the year.
Mike and Tom use an extra-long episode to talk about their Top 10 Films of 2017.