Episode 28: RETAKE reigns. Having decimated the peaceful Republic of Podcasting, Supreme Leader TJ now deploys his merciless reviewers, Tim Smith and Lisa Cooper to seize control of the Star Wars Conversation.
TJ and Tim are here as earth's mightiest heroes to avenge us all from infinity, or something like that. Join them to chat about the upcoming film 'Avengers: Infinity War' and its recently released trailer.
Be our guest on this cinematic journey as TJ and Joe discuss the live action remake of Disney's Beauty and the Beast — a worthy successor to the classic animated film from 1991 featuring Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Josh Gad, Ewan McGr
Familiar but animated characters everywhere — some liked, some not. The Clone Wars series brings us the great Obi-wan Kenobi, the mediocre Anakin Skywalker, and the terrible, awful, Jar Jar Binks — the worst thing to come from George Lucas mind
The evil galactic podcasting death star stands no chance against this ragtag rebel podcasting alliance. Jedi knight Tim Smith brings along padawans TJ Draper and Joe Darnell to review the first installment in the epic saga of Star Wars.
This week's episode is singsational! Tim coaxed TJ into reviewing Sing, currently out in theaters at the time of recording. And on the whole, he didn't regret it. It's a fun movie with a good story. And singing, don't forget singing.
It's a cold, long journey, fraught with peril and systems failures, but Joe and TJ team up with a new guest on Retake, Adam Clark to discuss the new sci-fi epic 'Passengers' starring Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence.
The rebel alliance has banded together and is striking at the heart of the podcasting empire. TJ and Tim are on their way to steal the secret plans to the evil empire's machine — which will ultimately lead the the victory of the alliance over t
Merry Christmas! Prepare for 59 straight minutes of hearing about the best Christmas movie ever made. Or, well, something close to it. TJ and joined by special guest Mikey Fissel to celebrate the film Die Hard!
It’s that special time of year, leave the milk and cookies out for Santa, decorate the tree, and watch Home Alone. This week, TJ and Joe team up with Chad to discuss what has become one of the modern Christmas classics: Home Alone.
TJ and Joe take this opportunity to review a film from 1998 that, if not a Christmas film directy, is certainly set and Christmas time and is sure to bring lots of Christmas warmth and love through its wit and charm.
‘Arrival’ is this season’s must-see thought-provoking sci-fi starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner. Join us for this exploration of the film’s creative alien culture, lingual sciences, and emotional affecting drama. Joe Darnell is joined by our
Woody and Buzz have teamed up for an incredible adventure! Back in 1995, Pixar changed the landscape of animated films forever, and TJ and Joe are here to review it for you. Every aspect of Toy Story is simply, wonderfully masterful and in this
TJ and Joe team up to save the world from interdimensional evil by reviewing the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Doctor Strange. Doctor Strange is a highly skilled neurosurgeon by the name of Stephen Strange who has a terrible car
One of the great things about Pixar is that they have taken a very techincally driven artform and painted something beautiful on that canvas. So in this episode, TJ and Tim go back to 2004 to discuss one of the earlier films in Pixar's repertoi
Television is bringing us some of the best cinematic entertainment these days, and we’re all nerds and geeks here of course, so for our second installment in the 2016 TV Season premier, TJ gets some help from even more of his friends to talk ab
TJ gets a little help from his friends to discuss the season premiers of 3 shows: newcomer show Frequency with Eric Scull, the season 3 premier of Gotham with Alexis Johnson, and the Season 2 premier of Supergirl with Gene Goseweher.
Faster than a speeding bullet. More powerful than a locomotive. Superman leaped to the big screen in 1978 — and from there into our hearts. In this episode, TJ and Joe are joined by Gene Goswehr to relive the classic 1978 film by Richard Donner
Joe Darnell is joined by our friend and special guest Chad Hopkins to review ‘The Magnificent Seven’, directed by Antoine Fuqua. Like other modern Western remakes ‘True Grit’ and ‘3:10 to Yuma’, a star-infused gunslinging adventure packs lots o
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