Summary: We're not just fans. We're not just critics. We're Cinemaholics. 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 were willing to give Melissa McCarthy's new movie Life of the Party the old college try, but as you'll hear, our more passionate discussion came through in our review of Cobra Kai. We also covered a few other releases this week that were a bit hit and miss.
Get ready for a real mother of an episode as we review Tully with special guest Abby Olcese! This is a new comedy-drama film from director Jason Reitman and writer Diablo Cody (Juno, Young Adult), which tells the story of a deeply over-stressed mother of three, starring Charlize Theron, Mackenzie Davis, Ron Livingston, and Mark Duplass.
We could spend an infinity discussing and analyzing Avengers: Infinity War, but this week we just settled for an entire episode of Cinemaholics devoted to the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film.
Avengers: Infinity War is poised to take the entire world by storm this summer, so for our monthly Cinemaholics crossover episode, we're revisiting and analyzing the first 11 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. From Iron Man to Avengers: Age of Ultron, we discuss the hits and misses of the first two phases of the MCU and have a fun series of agreements and disagreements along the way...
It's time for our second annual Summer Movie Preview episode, where we cover the 2018 movies we're most excited about from May through August! Unlike last year, we're pretty low on excitement when it comes to a lot of the blockbusters scheduled for release, so expect some under-the-radar indie flicks to make our lists and honorable mentions.
Not everyone is going bananas for Rampage, the new arcade game-inspired monster flick starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. And it turns out the Cinemaholics are just as divided.
Special guest Rebecca Pahle joins Cinemaholics this week as we review A Quiet Place, the new horror film directed by John Krasinski. We also review Blockers, King in the Wilderness, Isle of Dogs, Unsane, and more.
This week on Anyway, That’s All I Got, we decided to tackle Wes Anderson’s entire filmography in a broad, chronological overview. We start in 1994 with the original Bottle Rocket and work all the way forward to the newly-released Isle of Dogs. We all have a variety of strong opinions on his filmography, so this discussion takes some very interesting turns.
Plug in your headset of choice, because we're back this week to review Ready Player One, the latest film directed by Steven Spielberg!
The ATAIG crew is back with a list of their favorite movies they watched with their families...whether they wanted to or not. The episode is chocked full of nostalgia, tangents, and bad puns (mostly by Sam). We talk about The Birdcage, Big Fish, Point Break, Planet of the Apes, and pletny more with special guest Guy Simons.
Is Wes Anderson's latest stop-motion feature Isle of Dogs man's best friend? The Cinemaholics are back this week to review the new film, along with Pacific Rim Uprising and Barry Season 1 on HBO.
The topic was our top 5 outer space movies, and there were certainly some surprises along the way. It was recorded in late January, so some of the things we say may seem a bit dated at this point, but we'd like to think of it as a blast from the past, or at least from two months ago.
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.