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The Test of Time

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 still stand The Test of Time.

Show logo designed by Courtney Enos-Robertson
Theme song composed by SpeakerFreq Audio

Feb 16, 2018

Life with kids is like being on a roller coaster. Steve Martin, Mary Steenburgen, Dianne Wiest, Rick Moranis, and others are along for the ride in the 1989 film, Parenthood.

This week, we talk about the cheesiest line of dialogue ever uttered by Keanu Reeves, the mistake made by this movie and Saved by the Bell, and...

Feb 9, 2018

Tom Hanks plays a heartbroken widower, and Meg Ryan plays an unhappily engaged reporter. They’re both searching for true love, and they may find it thanks to a radio call-in show. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’re talking about the 1993 movie, Sleepless in Seattle.
Special guest Courtney Noah joins us...

Feb 2, 2018

If podcasting about old movies is cool, consider us Miles Davis. This week, we're talking about Adam Sandler's classic comedy, Billy Madison.
This movie dared to ask whether shampoo or conditioner is better, and special guests Joanna and Amanda Brief join us to ask even more burning questions. Who's the hidden cameo...

Jan 26, 2018

Solar flares and a ham radio connect a father and son across time in the 2000 movie, Frequency. 
Join us for a conversation about the most amazin' baseball team ever (the '69 Mets, duh), how terrifying hospitals used to be, and the correct pronunciation of Yahoo. We also discuss using time travel to improve your...

Jan 19, 2018

Eddie Murphy plays an African prince (and a singer, a barber, and an old Jewish man) in the box office smash, Coming to America. 
This week, Amita Patel from the Inside Pop podcast joins us to talk about the movie with a pampered prince you pity, the most misogynistic song ever, and a mic drop before mic drops were...