In this special episode of FF+ we reveal our 64-film bracket for 2019 Director Battle Month. Voting will take place in late July through August in our Feelin’ Film Facebook Group and the winners of four quadrants will be the four movies we cover in August. We also make our picks for who we think will win and let you know what directors and movies we are rooting for the most.
Emmanuel Noisette from Eman’s Movie Reviews joins us for a conversation about the webslinger’s newest adventure. We chat about Peter Parker’s conflicting desires, villainous plot twists, fake news, high school drama, and even get into some theorizing about the future, too.
June’s Donor Pick episode was chosen from a list of five summer blockbusters of the past and we’re thrilled to chat about the memorable first adventure of pirate Captain Jack Sparrow, Will Turner, and Miss Elizabeth Swan.
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We approached TOY STORY 4 with apprehension, counting ourselves among those that considered Pixar’s trilogy to be one of the best ever made and already “perfect”. In this episode, Caless Davis joins us to discuss the new end of the TOY STORY franchise. We talk through our concerns and share what impacted us about Woody and the gang’s latest chapter.
We tackle Joss Whedon’s famous secretly filmed modern adaptation of William Shakespeare’s classic comedy. With dual romances, plenty of manipulation and deception, and a wealth of hilarity this fantastic cast gives us an enjoyable translation of The Bard’s work while speaking it word for word. Now away with haste and treat thine ears to the divine ramblings of two fools!
In this extra long episode of FF+ we have spoiler-free thoughts on Pixar’s latest, Toy Story 4, as well as conversations about Season 5 of Black Mirror and Ava DuVernay’s powerful miniseries When They See Us.
What better film to kick off the summer than a coming-of-age tale about a boy whisked away for a summer experience that challenges and changes him forever? We’re excited to talk through one of our favorites in the genre this week – a film with charming performances, poignant themes, and lots of fun to be had.
In this episode of FF+ we have spoiler-free reviews of two films opening this week and one that’s a handful of years older. We also chat about video games, what we’re playing and what we’re looking forward to.