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We’ve got five new movies this week: The Fantastic Four, Ricki and the Flash, Shaun the Sheep, The Gift, and Irrational Man. The Fantastic Four was boring and poorly directed but the director blames the studio and oh yeah Josh liked it. Both The Gift and an Irrational Man are must sees according Sean. I wish I could go see both of these. Sean sold them well. Rick and the Flash received mixed reviews on the show. Sean really disliked it and Josh really liked it. Because of Ricki and the Flash we asked our audience what their top five favorite movies about rock n roll. Included in those lists is Almost Famous, Once, This is Spinal Tap, Rock n Roll High School, High Fidelity, School of Rock, The Runaways, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Blues Brothers, The Harder They Come, Begin Again, La Bamba, Empire Records and The Doors.
Our Undisputed Classic is A Hard Day’s Night
In 1985 Summer Rental, Mr Science Project, Dance with a Stranger
Our trailers this week are:
Deadpool Red Band
The Last Witch Hunter
By the Sea
Welcome to the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast. This week there is only one new movie so we take a look back and celebrate the great movies of 2014.
We each list our top 10 movies of 2014. Among the movies mentioned “Gone Girl,” “Inherent Vice,” “Enemy,” “Under The Skin,” “A Most Violent Year,” “Chef,” “Foxcatcher,” “American Sniper,” “Birdman,” “Selma,” “Boyhood” and several more.
The new movie is Woman in Black 2, but it’s not very good and we don’t get into it until very late in the podcast.
Our Undisputed Classic is Jules and Jim. It seems like a really cool movie. It really affected Sean more than Josh but both of them seemed to enjoy it. It seems to have influenced Quentin Tarantino.
1985 – “Hot Moves,” Tomboy,” and “Defense of Realm”
Woman in Gold
Kill Me 3 Times
Happy Holidays from us at I Hate Critics.
This year Sean, Josh and I decided that our bonus Christmas episode should be about giving. We decided to buy each other Christmas gifts in the form of movies to talk about on the show.
Here are the gifts:
From Bob, To Josh – “Night of the Comet”
From Sean, To Josh – “To Kill a Mockingbird”
From Josh, to Sean – “Code 46”
From Josh, to Bob – “Once
From Bob, to Sean – “The Warriors”
From Sean, to Bob – “Vertigo”
We had a lot of fun doing this episode, I hope you enjoy it.
Welcome to the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast Bonus episode. We’ve got three new movies in “Lucy,” “Hercules” and “And So It Goes.” All of which are sort of dumb, but “And So It Goes” takes the cake. But Sean checks out “Begin Again” and claims that Josh undersold it last week. Best movie of the year? Maybe.
This weeks Undisputed Classic “Melancholia.” Lars Van Trier is an interesting man and director. You don’t have to like his films, but for the most part you’re going find his films fascinating.
In 1984 Prince came out with the musical masterpiece “Purple Rain.” He’s almost as electrifying as the Rock according to Sean. Yes music/artistic royalty was compared to pro wrestling royalty. Sean doesn’t read these. Then two other movies came out but who gives a shit.
Tweet our friends at @awesome80spod and let them know you want them to talk about #PurpleRain from @h8critics.
Fifty Shades of Grey
The Death of Superman Lives
Hot Tub Time Machine 2
We at I Hate Critics wanted yet another reason to hand out a bonus episode because podcasting is fun and what better reason than Thanksgiving?
The problem is there aren’t a lot of Thanksgiving themed movies out there so we decided we’d pick a handful of movies to give thanks to. This time we invited our podcasting friends to contribute as well.
This episode you’ll hear from:
Nick Seuberling of Who Dey Weekly/Irish Impact and the SPNT Podcasting network.
Jeff Lassiter of Killer Queens from Outer Space
The ladies of Mommy’s Cocktail Hour
The Cub from Ivy Envy
Some of the movies we talk about include:
Rocky, Finding Nemo, Summer of Sam, Dumb & Dumber, Almost Famous, Once, Black Christmas, Casablanca, Clerks, Newsies, Empire Records, Cars, Wizard of Oz, Space Balls, Mary Poppins, The Shawshank Redemption, Wet Hot American Summer, The Color Purple, Magnolia, Rushmore, The Big Lebowski, They Live, The Thing, Best in Show, This is Spinal Tap, Grumpy Old Men, High Fidelity, Fishing with Gandhi