We’re back! And we decided to come back in a nostalgic, whimsical way by discussing the movies we watched with our families. Special guest Guy Simons joins us to reminisce about the viewing experiences we’ve had with various family members and how that compares with what we watch now.
It’s obviously a very nostalgic episode filled to the brim with tangents and bad jokes (mostly by Sam). We talk about The Birdcage, Big Fish, Point Break, Planet of the Apes, and plenty more with special guest Guy Simons. We hope you enjoy listening, and we’d love to know what some of your most memorable viewing experiences are. It’s a very personal topic, so we’d be really happy to hear your input.
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6 thoughts on “Movies Worth Seeing With Family (Anyway, That’s All I Got)”
I’m pretty sure my family would lose their lunch if we watched Jaws together lmao
Great episode I love this topic 🙂
My favorite family movie memory is seeing Whiplash with my dad and sister. We were so blown away by it and still talk about it all the time when together.
The Birdcage is so underrated. Easily one of Robin William’s best movies. Heck, it’s one of the best comedies.
Great episode PodPeople! Now that I got Sam to watch Big Fish, my next goal is to get him to watch To Live and Die in L.A. By William Friedkin. JWN
I’m sorry, but are we supposed to actually believe that this Guy guy is actually a real person? XD It’s blatantly obvious that he’s just Anthony doing a weird character. Notice how they never talk over each other. But it made for a fun show; I hope “Guy” comes back!
Casino Royal is an excellent choice. My mom took me and a friend to see that when it came out. I remember her making us close our eyes during that torture scene. Office Space, which is still probably my favorite comedy of all time, was a constant feature at my house. Then finally, my dad has always been a David Lynch fan and as soon as he felt I was old enough he made me watch Blue Velvet. That was a pretty eye opening experience and started me down the rabbit hole of watching anything and everything Lynch. Now I can say that is one of the main reasons I am so into film. So thanks dad for showing me such a fucked up terrifying movie.