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The Test of Time

Are the classic movies of our childhood as good as we remember them? Join us as we take a fresh look at our favorite films and ask if they stand The Test of Time. Hosted by Alan Noah and James Brief
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Are the classic movies of our childhood really as great as we remember them? Hosts Alan Noah and James Brief take a fresh look at our favorite films to see if they've stood The Test of Time.

 

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Apr 28, 2017

Super spy Austin Powers is figuratively and literally frozen in the 1960's, only to find that the world has drastically changed without him.

Grab your favorite Swedish-made penis enlarger pump as we chat about our favorite Saturday Night Live cast members, the inspiration for Dr. Evil's accent, the disturbing real life story of Random Task, and the movie's decidedly creepy romance. At the end of this "podcast," we ask if Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery stands the Test of Time.

Apr 21, 2017

Two ditzy best friends head back to their hometown ten years after graduation in Romy and Michele's High School Reunion.

This week, we're talking about how social media has ruined reunions, the awesomeness of Justin Theroux, and the awfulness of Mira Sorvino's accent. We also come up with a name for a potential podcast after-show as we determine if Romy and Michele's High School Reunion stands the Test of Time.
Apr 14, 2017

Arnold Schwarzenegger gets his ass to Mars in the big budget sci-fi action flick, Total Recall.

We analyze the likelihood of mutants on Mars, ponder the use of "credits" as the official currency of sci-fi movies, and ruminate on the most hapless victim to ever get caught in the middle of a fictional firefight. And yes, we talk about the three-breasted woman before deciding if Total Recall stands the Test of Time.

Apr 7, 2017

Telling the story of a convenience store employee working on his day off, 1994’s Clerks was Kevin Smith’s indie, black and white debut.

Listen as James somehow connects Aladdin to DuckTales to Jersey Shore to Clerks, Alan complains about New Jersey, and we both wonder what exactly it means to be an Asian design major.

At the end of our only episode with a lengthy conversation about necrophilia (so far), we find out if Clerks stands the Test of Time.
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