The Greatest Movies No One Thinks Are the Greatest

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Hey podcast friends, we have an awesome episode this week with a review of The Nice Guys and the Louis C.K. show, Horace and Pete.

More importantly (in my opinion), we have a movie news trivia session via the Now Conspiring Game Show. And each of us argues a movie we think should be considered one of the greatest movies of all time, even though it probably isn’t already.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Each of us pitched a film we think should be considered amongst the greatest films of all time, but currently aren’t. Which of our movies do you agree with, and what is a movie YOU think should be in the conversation of all-time masterpieces?

Oh, and one last thing! The two Sampressions (Sam impressions) we have left for you to vote on are Gilbert Godfried and Stephen Hawking. Sound off your votes!

Let us know your thoughts (and your favorite podcast moments) in the comments, which we may read on next week’s show! Also, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook so you can send us direct messages and get podcast updates crazy fast. And be sure to subscribe on iTunes and/or Stitcher, where you can also rate/review the podcast if you like it!

Also, if you want to be gifted a free episode of Horace and Pete by Sam, email him at sjnoland513@gmail.com with the message, Sam, you are a delightful condor.

SHOW NOTES

00:00:00 – Infinity Gauntlet oven mitt.

00:03:00 – We chat about the Star Trek Beyond trailer.

00:12:10 – Review: The Nice Guys

00:19:18 – THE NOW CONSPIRING GAME SHOW RETURNS!

00:36:50 – Review: Horace and Pete

00:49:23 – Main Segment: We pitch the greatest movies of all time that are never talked about.

 

01:30:00 – Feedback: We read and answer your comments from last week’s episode.

01:41:13 – Sam’s Impression Q&A

01:49:22 – Coming soon: We briefly mention next week’s new movie releases.

This week’s cast:

Jon NegroniKayla SavageBridget Serdock, and Sam Noland.

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4 Replies to “The Greatest Movies No One Thinks Are the Greatest”

  1. Bridget, I like you and I didn’t want to do this, but I feel like a have a duty to the world so here it is: everyone knows that his name is actually Benadryl Caucusmore. I mean, Buttonhole Canefrogswill would be so upset to learn that you messed up his name – Beadyeyes Cottonjump. Honestly.

    Kayla, I think you were a great judge – I don’t think I would have fared any better. I mean, I might have made an Andy Signore reference here and there (“This is tough”), but I think that’s about it.

    I can’t comment on Sam’s choice, as I too didn’t watch it, but I feel Jon made the stronger argument about Snow White’s influence on the industry. Personally though, the Martian will always have a special place in my heart.

    Lastly, Stephen Hawking gets my vote. For Science!

  2. My vote is still for Gilbert. Also I thought it was funny that while you were talking about Jerry Seinfeld I found out he is coming to my city for a show.

  3. I’m still voting for Mr. Godfried but I do want to ask why the hate on Amy Schumer?

  4. I haven’t seen any of the three picks, but I’m tied between Bridget and Jon in terms of arguments. As for my choice, I know this movie is very recent, but I still would have chosen it: Mad Max Fury Road. The film takes your breath away and doesn’t give it back to you until the end. Everything about it just keeps your heart pounding, the score, the colors, the characters, the action sequences, and the very simple yet powerful themes scattered throughout. I love that a film with such dark-themes can still be so colorful and humorous, and that it shows men and women working together (yes I am a feminist and proud of it) as equals. Though simple, it is amazing, just like all of you. ; )

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