Episode 257: The Art of Racing in the Rain

We resume discussing dogs in film with the adaptation of Garth Stein’s outstanding novel about the dog of a race car driver. It’s full of inspirational life lessons and touching relatable family drama that gets at the heart of the special bond between humans and their canine companions.

The Art of Racing in the Rain Spoiler Review – 0:07:14

The Connecting Point – 1:04:09

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Episode 254: Man of Steel

This week we wrap up our six-part Batman v Superman event with the most recent solo Superman film. Zack Snyder’s interpretation of the character has unsurprisingly been met with plenty of divisive opinions. But us? We love this movie and we’re here to discuss why.

Man of Steel Spoiler Review – 0:18:50

The Connecting Point – 1:34:30

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Highwaymen

 


 

Aaron White is a Seattle-based film critic and co-creator/co-host of the Feelin’ Film Podcast. He is also a member of the Seattle Film Critics Society. He writes reviews with a focus on the emotional experience he has with a film. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter to be notified when new content is posted.

Episode 072: Waterworld

This week we’re joined by returning special guest Andrew Dyce of Screenrant.com to talk about mutants, mariners, drifters, smokers, and more. If you’re wondering how we came to be discussing a film as maligned as Waterworld it’s because Andrew wanted to… that’s how! So hop on this sailboat with us as we set out to sea and explore this unique sci-fi piece of film history.

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Waterworld Review – 0:20:07

The Connecting Point – 1:17:02

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Intro/Outro Music – “Air Hockey Saloon” by Chris Zabriskie

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Episode 063: Field of Dreams

Father’s Day and baseball go together like Heaven and Iowa. For this episode we are joined by Don Shanahan to talk about one of the best baseball films ever made. Field of Dreams is unique and packs quite the emotional punch, while never letting us forget our own love of the game. It’s the perfect film to celebrate on this day all about Dads.

What We’ve Been Up To – 0:01:56

(Aaron – The Life of David Gale)
(Patrick – World of Dance)
(Don – The Book of Henry)

Field of Dreams Review – 0:20:33

The Connecting Point – 1:10:22

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