The irony is lost on Matt and Ryan as they spend a good 30 minutes loudly talking about A Quiet Place before Foxcatcher, Gone in 60 Seconds, The Commuter, and Jigsaw also get the not-silent treatment!
Picasso. Shakespeare. Cronenberg. That's right, Ryan and Matt are doing Scanners this week with a little help from The Shape of Water, so... head explosion.
Ryan and Matt bring the Branagh this week with 2017's Murder on the Orient Express with a little help from 1974's... Murder on the Orient Express, Observe and Report, and Hellboy II The Golden Army!
Ryan and Matt call in the Cusacks and get exceptionally Grosse Pointe Blank this week with a little help from Blade Runner 2049 and The Day(s) the Earth Stood Still!
This week it's Dick Tracy with a little help from Beerfest and the thrilling conclusion to Ryan's Ryan Run starring The Sum of All Fears and Patriot Games!
Ryan and Matt embrace the Brenaissance and give School Ties the ol' college (public school) try before giving 1922, Planet Hulk, The Incredible Hulk, and Dunkirk more of a normal, less-education focused try.
This week Ryan, Matt, and presumably YOU take on Nacho Vigalondo's Colossal with a little pulp on top a la The Shadow, The Phantom, and Mute.
Here it is, the Book Club for Movies where we spend real-world money on a real-good movie: Black Panther! If that has you down just stick around for Hulk and The Ritual, because this is the order of things now!
Ryan and Matt take on The Cloverfield Paradox this week, with a dash of Deadpool, Antman and Wasp, A Futile and Stupid Gesture, The Polka King, and Exit Through the Gift Shop.
Ryan and Matt get extra official with the first Book Club Movie this week: Jackie Chan's The Foreigner! We take the long way around via some Disney trailers (ha ha?), Castle Rock, Mayhem, Black Lightning and the DCTVUBBQ, School of Rock, The Sixth Sense, The Hunt for Red October, and Page Eight, but you get the idea. Movies!
This is it, Matt and Ryan make it official, Movies are the next big thing! It may take a while for this brave new medium to find its footing, so this week we do our best to support upstarts like Tangerine, Brawl in Cell Block 99, the Mens in Black, The Last Jedi and/or Samurai, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Iron Man 3, Thor Ragnarok, The Man Who Knew Too Little, If Looks Could Kill, Zathura, I Am Number Four, Race to Witch Mountain, Deja Vu, Next, Source Code, Clear and Present Danger, Fearless, Cast Away, and What Lies Beneath.
And if that seems like too much then you're in luck, we'll regularly be tackling just one movie a week starting with Jackie Chan's latest The Foreigner. So watch the film, join the discussion, and maybe together we can finally get the word out: movies are pretty good!