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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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Sep 20, 2019

John Rambo faces his past as he heads back into Vietnam to rescue American prisoners of war.

This week, we talk about pirate literacy, how the Olympics can make you feel old, and this movie’s coolest—and lamest—kills. We also discuss playing Super Nintendo games on the Switch before finding out if Rambo: First...

Sep 13, 2019

A Vietnam veteran just wants to be left alone, but when he's terrorized by a group of brutal police officers, he brings the war to a sleepy American town.

This week, we talk about Dennis Franz’s butt, how you order body bags, and what would happen if Rambo worked in a mall. Then we find out if 1982’s First Blood...

Sep 6, 2019

A waterboy—who’s actually a grown man—channels his rage towards everyone who’s ever been mean to him as he becomes a highly successful college linebacker.

This week, we discuss what you call people from Louisiana, the thing this movie has in common with Rocky II, and if Adam Sandler’s Southern accent is...

Aug 30, 2019

A group of teenagers learn important lessons about love, sex and life as they go through a year of high school.

This week, we talk about the restaurants you don’t go to on a first date, how being on the honor roll doesn’t make you cool, and James shows his ignorance about 80’s music. Then we find out if...

Aug 23, 2019

Pee-wee’s got the coolest bicycle in the world, and when someone steals it, he’s willing to do whatever it takes to get his bike back.

This week, we talk about Bar Mitzvah music, bathtubs that Bernie Sanders hates, and the thing that’s been on Alan’s bucket list for 34 years… but not for much longer. Then we...