Summary: Movie fans are better than film critics. Unfortunately, two of us are critics. Hosted by Jon Negroni, Will Ashton, and Maveryke Hines, Cinemaholics is a weekly film review talk show covering the biggest releases and smallest wonders you can find at your local theater or streaming online. Full episodes are available at www.wegotthiscovered.com and on YouTube via the We Got This Covered channel.
We're back to review Tomb Raider, Love, Simon, The Death of Stalin, Gringo, Every Day, Love Season 3, and Jessica Jones Season 2.
Which Oscars movies have been the most notable throughout history? In this latest episode of Anyway, That's All I Got, hosts Sam Noland, Jason Read, and Anthony Battaglia discuss some of the best wins and biggest upsets for the Academy Awards. Plus, they recap some of the wins from the 2018 awards.
Is Disney's new fantasy family film A Wrinkle in Time worth your time? The Cinemaholics review this and plenty other new releases, including Thoroughbreds, Atlanta Season 2, Jessica Jones Season 2, and Love, Simon.
We got a little out of control last week with our episode about the worst remakes, so this week we did a more free-flowing discussion about our favorite guilty pleasure movies from Click to Con-Air. Not sure if that's an understandable range, but that's what we're going with. Enjoy the show!
Special guests Mae Abdulbaki and Kimber Myers joins us this week to review Red Sparrow, a new spy thriller starring Jennifer Lawrence and Joel Edgerton.
Welcome to Episdoe #2 of our new spinoff show, Anyway, That's All I Got! After diving into the best remakes of all time last week, host Sam Noland joins both Anthony Battaglia and Jason Read to cover the very worst. Enjoy the show!
This week, we're reviewing Annihilation, starring Natalie Portman. And later we discuss Game Night, Mute, The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale, and Tom Segura: Disgraceful.
Here's the first episode of our new spinoff podcast: Anyway, That's All I Got! In their inaugural episode, host Sam Noland talks with Anthony Battaglia and Jason Read about the best movie remakes across history, narrowing down to 5 each but also mentioning almost 50 other films in consideration. Enjoy the show!
Black Panther is out, and we're ready to talk about it! Marvel's latest is one of the most hyped films of the year, and we're not short on opinions. We also review Early Man, Game Night, The Ritual, and more, later in the show.
Special guest Sam Noland joins the show to help us review The Cloverfield Paradox, Peter Rabbit, The 15:17 to Paris, and plenty more.
Special guest Alex Billington from FirstShowing.net joins us on Cinemaholics this week to discuss all things Sundance, live from Park City, Utah. Alex saw 42 films total over the course of the festival, and he's got plenty to share about what are sure to be some of the year's biggest and best films, months before their release, including Search, Tully, The Tale, Eighth Grade, Puzzle, Damsel, Sorry to Bother You, and many more.
This week, your favorite Cinemaholics review Maze Runner: The Death Cure, Hostiles, Please Stand By, Black Lightning, The Breadwinner, and A Futile and Stupid Gesture.
Daniel Day-Lewis and Paul Thomas Anderson have teamed up once again with Phantom Thread, also starring Lesley Manville and Vicky Krieps. The Cinemaholics review this film and many others, including Forever My Girl, 12 Strong, Den of Thieves, and more.
We were just as surprised as you are when the first Paddington turned out to be a terrific film for kids and adults. Its highly anticipated sequel, Paddington 2, is finally out in U.S. theaters, so it's time to snack on some marmalade and discuss the ongoing adventures of everyone's favorite talking bear in London. We also review The Commuter, The End of the F****** World, Blame, The Post, Molly's Game, and David Letterman's My Next Guess Needs No Introduction.
New year, new Cinemaholics! We're taking an extended look back at the best movies of 2017, along with some discussion about the year's overall box office, movies that disappointed us the most, and theater experiences that surprised the heck out of us. In this countdown episode, we each list off our own Top 10s, so expect plenty of overlap and a clear favorite between all of us Cinemaholics.