WANDAVISION (w/ Brett Nemeroff)

Summary [Bonus] WandaVision, Marvel Studios’ first TV series, has arrived on Disney+. We’re joined by Brett Nemeroff to discuss the highs, the lows, and how we think the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Four has kicked off. WBAM! E-mail us: weboughtamic@gmail.com Follow WBAM: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. (@weboughtamic) Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review Twitter: @caldernest Continue reading “WANDAVISION (w/ Brett Nemeroff)”

MINARI

Summary [E240] Minari tells the story of a Korean-American family in 1980s rural Arkansas starting a small farm. Produced by A24, it stars Steven Yeun and is written and directed by Lee Isaac Chung, based in part on his own life. WBAM! E-mail us: weboughtamic@gmail.com Follow WBAM: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. (@weboughtamic) Subscribe on Apple Podcasts andContinue reading “MINARI”

Remembering Daft Punk / Golden Globes / TOM & JERRY

Summary [E239] We say goodbye to the legendary Daft Punk, touching on their 2006 Avant-garde sci-fi film Electroma. Plus, thoughts on the Golden Globes and the new Tom & Jerry movie. WBAM! E-mail us: weboughtamic@gmail.com Follow WBAM: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. (@weboughtamic) Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review Twitter: @caldernest  / @HuntMobley / @DrewDietzen Letterboxd: letterboxd.com/caldernest / letterboxd.com/hearshot / letterboxd.com/drewd TimecodesContinue reading “Remembering Daft Punk / Golden Globes / TOM & JERRY”

NOMADLAND

Summary [E238] Chloe Zhao’s Nomadland has arrived on Hulu and in theaters. We review the most celebrated film of the ongoing awards season tells the story of Fern, played by Frances McDormand, navigating the nomadic lifestyle in her van through the American West. WBAM! E-mail us: weboughtamic@gmail.com Follow WBAM: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. (@weboughtamic) Subscribe on AppleContinue reading “NOMADLAND”

ACE VENTURA 2 / DUEL / THE CHILDREN’S HOUR / EVER AFTER

Summary [E237] Hunter starts his Spielberg watch-through with Duel and The Sugarland Express, Drew shares his recent viewings from his film class, including The Children’s Hour. Plus, we react to a listener email, and Ernest shares thoughts on Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, Cinderella (1997), and Ever After. WBAM! E-mail us: weboughtamic@gmail.com Follow WBAM: Instagram, Facebook, andContinue reading “ACE VENTURA 2 / DUEL / THE CHILDREN’S HOUR / EVER AFTER”

Super Bowl LV / SAG Nominations / TRAINING DAY

Summary [E235] On this catchup episode, we discuss Super Bowl LV, The SAG Award Nominations, and the passing of Christopher Plummer. Plus, thoughts on Nocturnal Animals, The Color Purple, Training Day, Beginners, The Big Short, and The Wolf of Wall Street. WBAM! E-mail us: weboughtamic@gmail.com Follow WBAM: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. (@weboughtamic) Subscribe on Apple Podcasts andContinue reading “Super Bowl LV / SAG Nominations / TRAINING DAY”

MALCOLM & MARIE

Summary [E234] We review the Netflix original film from writer-director Sam Levinson, Malcolm & Marie, starring John David Washington and Zendaya. WBAM! E-mail us: weboughtamic@gmail.com Follow WBAM: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. (@weboughtamic) Subscribe on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review Twitter: @caldernest  / @HuntMobley / @DrewDietzen Letterboxd: letterboxd.com/caldernest / letterboxd.com/hearshot / letterboxd.com/drewd Timecodes Spoilers (29:00) — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/weboughtamic/message SupportContinue reading “MALCOLM & MARIE”

Sundance 2021 / IN AND OF ITSELF / FANTASTIC MR. FOX

Summary [E233] After four weeks of lists, we’re ready to relax with a chill catch-up episode. Hunter reports back from a full day of Sundance Film Festival movie-watching, Drew shares thoughts on Fantastic Mr. Fox, and Ernest touches on In and Of Itself on Hulu, After Hours, and Kong Skull Island. WBAM! E-mail us: weboughtamic@gmail.com FollowContinue reading “Sundance 2021 / IN AND OF ITSELF / FANTASTIC MR. FOX”

Our Top First-Time Viewings of 2020 (w/ Harry Sayer)

Summary [E232] In a year spent mostly at home, we had time to go back and watch things we otherwise wouldn’t have as much time to carve out for. Cinematic blindspots became opportunities for enjoying something for the first time. Special guest Harry Sayer join us to share our top 10 first-time viewings (movies orContinue reading “Our Top First-Time Viewings of 2020 (w/ Harry Sayer)”