Movies Against Time
Summary: Movies Against Time is a bi-weekly film retrospective podcast hosted by married couple Sylvia and Dustin along with long time friend Bob. Each episode we take turns picking a movie from the 60's to the 00's to revisit or sometimes experience for the first time. We share our unique perspectives and research behind the scenes information that we find interesting along with occasional banter and personal stories. With an archive of 50 episodes as of 2021 our little show is the perfect binge listen for movie buffs and casuals alike.
We have a need... A Need For Volleyball. We revisited the 1986 aerial competition movie Top Gun starringTom Cruise as Maverick, Val Kilmer as Ice Man, Anthony Edwards as Goose, Kelly McGillis as Charlie, the list is full with huge names including an amazing performance from a young Meg Ryan. With the sequal finally coming out it was definitly time to talk about Tony Scotts naval collab and see if it truely stands the test of timeSubscribe / Listen Here - https://link.chtbl.com/matEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgRSS Feed: https://moviesagainsttime.podomatic.com/rss2.xmlWebsite: https://moviesagainsttime.podomatic.com/Insta: moviesagainstTwitter: @moviesagainst
This week Sylvia picked Wes Craven's classic horror game changer A Nightmare On Elm Street. This film undoubtedly changed the way we looked at horror as a genre. Robert Englunds Freddy Kreuger has become synonomus with nightmare and terror. This movie started out as another Halloween clone and quickly became it's own universe cut away from the slasher genre. While the acting is mid range to low there were some standouts including Englunds performance, John Saxxons down to earth and real work as Nancy's father. This is also Johnny Depp's first movie role. We give this film a 9 out of 10 for it's ability to stand out against time as one of the greatest horror films of all time.https://link.chtbl.com/mathttps://moviesagainsttime.podomatic.com/https://heliumradio.com/podcastfilter/movies-against-time/Also reach out to us here:email@example.comInsta: moviesagainstTwitter: @moviesagainst
Above The Law 1988Warner BrosThis week we revisit the movie that unleashed Steven Seagal on the world.Subscribe / Listen Here - https://link.chtbl.com/matEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgRSS Feed: https://moviesagainsttime.podomatic.com/rss2.xmlWebsite: https://moviesagainsttime.podomatic.com/Insta: moviesagainstTwitter: @moviesagainst
Bob's pick this week is Robin Williams bizare musical depicting the iconic sailor man himself. This movie hows a lot going wrong for it but inexplicably turns out to be a whole lot of fun. Editors note: If your new to our show then don't listen to this one first. We had a ton of recording issues, we didn't even get to start recording until midnight. Dustin is fighting a cold and everyone is generally exhausted. Still turned out pretty good for what it was.
For our 50th episode we broke our self imposed ban on sequels. Rocky 2 Is the obvious choice for us as it retains most of the heart of the first film but with a bigger budget and directed by Sly himself. From a 1 million dollar budget to a 7 million dollar budget is a big jump but in hollyweird it's still not a lot for a blockbuster. Sylvester Stallone, Carl Weathers, Talia Shire, Burgess Meredith, and burt young all return to reprise their oscar winning roles in this amazing story of what happens after the biggest moment of Rocky's life.Subscribe / Listen Here - https://link.chtbl.com/matEmail: email@example.comRSS Feed: https://moviesagainsttime.podomatic.com/rss2.xmlWebsite: https://moviesagainsttime.podomatic.com/Insta: moviesagainstTwitter: @moviesagainst
This week Sylvia picked The 1994 anti hero film The Shadow, starring Alec Baldwin supported by John Lone, Penelope Ann Miller, Sir Ian McKellen, Johnathon Winters, Peter Boyle, and Tim Curry. While Sylvia may have been watching through the veil of nostalgia, Dustin and Bob had other ideas on how well this movie worked. We discuss the missed opportunity of a Bruce Wayne / Batman film starring Alec Baldwin. How well Alec Baldwin could adapt to a live action Dark Knight Returns film, some Desperado talk. and much more including the in depth retrospective on the film itself. Please follow us on SPotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher or anywhere you get your podcasts, if you have time, we would love it if you could leave us a review to help us grow.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgInsta: @moviesagainstTwitter: @moviesagainst
Peter Jackson's 1996 horror comedy may have been saddled with terrible marketing and incorrect release time along with early CGI being what it was but all that being said Michael J Fox pulls a great movie out of this one that many might have missed over the years.
This week was Bob's pick, Falling Down. join the discussion as we see if this controversial crime action classic holds up. Exciting news Movies Against Time has been ranked on Feedspots top 60 movie podcasts! check out the list here https://blog.feedspot.com/movies_podcasts/ ZbEcIutmNl5WStaiSJzI
This week was Dustin's pick, Jim Carrey's ADHD superhero The Mask had first class special effects and a young half proven and hungry lead alongside the 20 year old Cameron Diaz on her first film. The fun and cartoony adaption of the gritty Dark Horse comic by the same name was all it took for the great Siskel and Ebert to do an about face and fall in love with Jim Carrey after there double thumbs down for his performance in Ace Ventura Pet detective and cement Carrey as a legitimate actor.
Sylvia's pick this week Was the biggest movie of 1984 Ghostbusters, Starring Bill Murray Dan Akroyd, Harold Ramis, Sigourney Weaver, Ernie Hudson, Rick Moranis and more! The brain child of Dan Akroyd, Ghostbusters went through multiple transformations before it was the film we remember and love to this day. With all the excitement for Ghostbusters: Afterlife what better time to revisit the original movie that succeeded despite all the challenges that went into creating it. email@example.com Insta: MoviesAgainst
This week Bob picked the 1992 legal / comedy My Cousin Vinny, Starring Joe Pesci, Marisa Tomei and Ralph Macchio.
This weeks movie is the 1991 psychological thriller The Silence Of The Lambs starring Jodie Foster, Anthony Hopkins and Ted Levine adapted from the novel by Timothy Harris. Sylvia picked this at an ideal time as the film just saw it's 30 year anniversary. Listen for our opinions on whether or not The Silence Of The Lambs still holds up.
Bobs pick this week is the Brittish / American heist comedy A Fish Called Wanda. Jamie Lee Curtis, John Cleese and Kevin Kline give award winning performances in this film written by John Cleese. A gang of diamond thieves successfully pull off their heist and the hijinks ensue after the robbery with deception, adultery, and murder. This gem deserves a revisit if it's been awhile and if you haven't seen it please watch before listening. Join the conversation 3qzl4bdHbzFuov3VECP3 @moviesagainst on twitter and insta firstname.lastname@example.org Enjoy...
Sylvias pick this week was 2001's A Knights Tale.
Sylvia's pick this week is the 1990 Gothic fantasy Edward Scissorhands. This deliciously Burton movie was a treat to revisit and a great film to start are return from the year that shall not be named.