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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.

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Jun 15, 2018

Before Animal House and The Blues Brothers, John Landis directed the 1977 independent comedy, The Kentucky Fried Movie.
 
As we chat about a flick that's filled with wordplay and gratuitous nudity, James gets sepia confused with black and white, Alan reveals what he would name his first studio album, and we both admit...


Jun 8, 2018

George Clooney leads a team of Hollywood’s hottest actors in the 2001 heist flick, Ocean's Eleven. 
 
This week, we talk about the actor with an extremely punchable face, movies that could be gender-flipped in the future, and we try (unsuccessfully) to name all the members of the Rat Pack. Plus, we break the record...


Jun 1, 2018

Tom Hanks plays a 12-year-old boy who wished to be big. We're adults who act like we’re 12-years-old and wished for 100 podcast episodes. Spoiler alert: everyone’s wishes came true. 

Join us for a conversation that includes baby corn trivia, dumb things to ask Zoltar for, and why you shouldn't put your life...


May 25, 2018

Our hero is too cool for school in the 1986 flick, Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

This week, we discuss the difference between a principal and a dean, the way Sloane sometimes talks with a British accent, and what it means to be "The Sausage King of Chicago." All the kids may think Ferris Bueller is a righteous dude, but...


May 18, 2018

The first Karate Kid centered around two rivals going head to head in a karate tournament. The sequel culminated in a fight to the death. And the third film, the climax of this blockbuster trilogy... all leads up to… another karate tournament. 

As we wrap up our series on the Karate Kid franchise, we discuss good...