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Jason & Josh Fight About the Movies

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How much did we love this film? Enough so that we are talking about which awards it will win.
Josh loves how mature it feels, Jason thinks it is too long with an unlikable main characters. Listen in as the guys battle it out over Judd Apatow's latest film.
Netflix new comedy series has a ton of big names associated with it, but does it deliver the laughs?
The guys are back at it, disagreeing with each other about the new Beanie Feldstein film How To Build A Girl.
Our two critics chat about what will win and what should win in several key Academy Award categories. Have a listen and then let us know if you agree with their picks.
No fighting here, our two critics see little to like in the newest spy/assassin franchise. But, you may enjoy listening to them tear The Rhythm Section apart.
It is the most anticipated movie of the year, but is it any good? Listen in as our two critics talk about what worked and what didn't in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
It is up up and away as the guys talk about a film that is fine, but nothing too special.
"Just see it!" we both say as we walk out of Rian Johnson's latest film and take turns raving about how much we loved it.
Our film critics walk out of Dr. Sleep and walk into a debate about whether the film is a masterpiece or merely an ok flick.
Joaquin Phoenix delivers one of the most powerful performances of the year, but does this film have a message and is it enjoyable to watch? Listen in as film critics Jason Evans and Josh Sewell fight about the Joker movie.
We may agree on what a gorgeous film Ad Astra is, we certainly have different feelings about the plot and characterizations in Brad Pitt's new space epic.
We are both stunned and impressed by the twisty thriller that features some of the finest acting you will see on film. Listen to us rave about this wonderful film that will leave you wanting to talk and talk and talk about it.
The Fast and Furious spin off Hobbs and Shaw is here, and it may be better than any of the previous F&F films. Listen in as film critics Jason Evans and Josh Sewell tell you how much they enjoyed the absurd, over-the-top, non-stop action and hu
What is the digital recreation of the animated classic like? Film critics Jason Evans and Josh Sewell tell you why they were a little underwhelmed by this gorgeous cinematic achievement.
No spoilers here as we swing into action to talk about the latest entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spiderman: Far From Home
Yesterday, the film that asks what the world would be like without the Beatles, is the latest picture to find its way into our crosshairs. As usual, Jason Evans and Josh Sewell find little to fight about in the pleasant but ultimately shallow f
Wow... the courage it took to make this movie... and the creativity it took to pull it off so brilliantly! We gush about the latest film in what may be the best movie franchise of all-time.
The latest X-Men film, Dark Phoenix, is the movie we are fighting about this week... though we largely agree that this is a waste of acting talent on a movie with a non-sense script.
We went into Godzilla King of Monsters with high hopes... we exit feeling sad. So much potential wasted... sigh.
We walk out of the screening of the new Will Smith film and immediately tell you what we thought about the latest effort by Disney to capture decades old magic.
** NO SPOILERS HERE!! **Listen in as we walk out of the theater and try to put into words how amazed and impressed we are with Avengers Endgame. Wow!
It is silly and has very little deeper meaning, but Shazam! will make you laugh. Listen in as Jason Evans and Josh Sewell discuss what worked and what doesn't in the latest film from the DC film world.
We have a disagreement about Tim Burton's update of a Disney classic. And while you may come for our review of the film, you will stay for the conversation that starts at the 11:00 mark in which we talk about how truly bizarre Michael Keaton is
Wow, we barely know where to start! This is a truly weird and wonderful horror film from Jordan Peele (Get Out). Listen in as we stammer and try to process what we just saw.
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