Thoughts on the ZERO DARK THIRTY torture controversy, its efficacy as a film and Jett’s briefest of all reviews of BULLET TO THE HEAD. Running time: 27 minutes and 49 seconds – 25.6mb Listen and Subscribe for Free with iTunes / Become a TFT Member Follow TFT on Twitter / Follow TFT on Facebook
Jett has some surprising thoughts on MOVIE 43 and Gareth waxes eloquent on BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD. Plus, if you’re in LA on February 1st don’t forget to meet up with Jett at Cinema Speakeasy for PIXELSCHATTEN! Running time: 28 minutes and 21 seconds – 27.3mb Listen and Subscribe for Free with iTunes / Become a […]
Here it is – Almost a full hour on what may be Quentin Tarantino’s best film: the magnificent DJANGO UNCHAINED. Running time: 56 minutes and 10 seconds – 54mb Listen and Subscribe for Free with iTunes / Become a TFT Member Follow TFT on Twitter / Follow TFT on Facebook
Here it is! Our action-packed SKYFALL episode – warning spoilers abound for Skyfall and other Bond films. Running time: 40 minutes and 48 seconds – 39.2mb You can also get our unavailable for 6 years(!) Casino Royale episode combined with our Quantum of Solace, License to Kill and A View to a Kill show for […]
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Major clashes ahoy Dear Listener as Gareth and I disagree mightily on TAKE SHELTER, agree mostly on The Oscars and talk ever so briefly about new doc HOLY ROLLERS and old stage play VANYA ON 42ND STREET. All that and I make an appearance on Film Geek Radio and you can now find TFT on […]
Oh my goodness, will we ever agree on anything again? Not from the sounds of this episode as Gareth and I discuss the Steven Spielberg family film WAR HORSE, and the all smoking all the time espionage pic TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY. Running time: 34 minutes and 48 seconds – 33.5mb Listen and Subscribe for Free […]
Episode 191 – The Films of 2011 with Monte Hellman, Claudia Puig, Glenn Kenny, Carrie Rickey and Armond White
Hard to believe but true – our Films of 2011 Episode is now online! We’re honored to have guests Monte Hellman, Claudia Puig, Glenn Kenny, Carrie Rickey and Armond White on the show, all of whom, I’m sure you’ll agree, bring their own particularly special something to the party. Running time: 1 Hour 17 minutes and […]
Thoughts on the beautiful and disturbing tone poem that is DRIVE and an exhortation to participate in the exciting new film COYOTE REQUIEM. Oh, and Gareth saw THE IDES OF MARCH apparently.
For a film about mixed martial arts, it would have been cool of Gavin O’Connor’s WARRIOR to demonstrate some mixed martial arts. But maybe I’m projecting my own priorities onto a film more interested in showing us, ad nauseam, how this great whatsit is provoking the audience.
It’s almost too much action for one show Dear Listener: Gareth and I disagree more than a little bit on RISE OF THE PLAENT OF THE APES, cannot disagree for reasons that are obvious about Fassbinder’s WORLD ON A WIRE and explore a novel take on Stanley Kubrick’s THE KILLING.
It’s that hot and parched month of August Dear Listeners – and so we release a Treasure From the Archives, (let us not refer to it as a repeat), our thoughts on the action comic IRON MAN 2 and the horror of trying to make a living as a scriptwriter documentary TALES FROM THE SCRIPT.
Episode 181: CAPTAIN AMERICA / THE ROCKETEER / BEGINNERS / COWBOYS AND ALIENS / Special Guest: Zaid Abu Hamdan director of Bahiya & Mahmoud
Episode 181 – Gareth and I watch COWBOYS AND ALIENS so you don’t have to.
Episode 180 – HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS: PART 2 / PROJECT NIM / TABLOID / Special Guest: Jordan Bayne
Episode 180 – Incredibly we get Gareth to see another Harry Potter film – listen in for the thrilling result. No seriously, listen in. It is thrilling. Eight films worth of thrilling.
Episode 175 – MIDNIGHT IN PARIS / Brief Thoughts on THE HANGOVER 2, KUNG-FU PANDA 2 and PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 4
Episode 175 – Review of the brilliantly light and lovely MIDNIGHT IN PARIS; how THE HANGOVER 2 could have been saved and brief thoughts on KUNG-FU PANDA 2 and PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN 4: ON STRANGER TIDES.
Episode 174 – In which Gareth walks out of THOR half-way through, I tough it out, and much hay is made regarding all manner of movies, bad and good. Recording this Wednesday.
In this week’s show Gareth and I mull over that great summer action film FAST FIVE and have on as a special guest an award-winning stunt coordinator from the movie Jack Gill.
In what could be our last show Gareth and I discuss the new comedy YOUR HIGHNESS and ruminate on why film criticism matters as well as the reasons behind our desire to continue reviewing, investigating, mocking and praising cinema week after week.
Here it is – a review of that Apple Store you have to pay to get into, TRON: LEGACY, plus the laugh out loud tragedy of the year TRUE GRIT. All that and our thoughts on the Films of the Year.
As many reviews will tell you, DUE DATE — the 2010 Downey Jr/Galifianakis feel-good buddy/road movie — is quite a lot like PLANES, TRAINS, & AUTOMOBILES — the 1987 Martin/Candy feel-good buddy/road movie. More than quite a lot. I can imagine DUE DATE’s director Todd Phillips pitching the idea: “It’s like PLAINS, TRAINS, & AUTOMOBILES, […]
When I’m not carving topical jack-o-lanterns and funding my dentist’s third home, I treat Halloween as an opportunity to catch up with the horror greats I spent my adolescence cowering from (thanks to vividly traumatic childhood experiences with The Shining and The Exorcist that may or may not have involved pants-peeing). No longer new to […]