Like last year, Christina and I will be revealing our top 10 films of 2021! These aren't just any top 10 but movies we've seen for the first time this year. They can be old or movies or more recent as long as we saw them for the first time in 2021. Please share your thoughts on both on our lists by emailing me at [email protected] Stay tuned for more episodes coming your way!
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52. A Midsummer Night's Dream (1999)
52:58We watched A Midsummer Night's Dream, based off of Shakespeare's famous comedy, starring Kevin Kline, Michelle Pfeiffer and Christian Bale, and share our thoughts on this adaptation. If you have any film suggestions, you can send your requests to [email protected] or send a message on Instagram @whichmovingpicturesmoveus. Guest: Christina Acton
51. Jaws (1975)
1:18:54We're kicking off the summer with hands down one of the greatest summer films of all time....Jaws, from 1975, starring Roy Scheider, Richard Dreyfuss and Robert Shaw. Join us as we unpack this amazing film and share our thoughts on it! We also re-cast some of our favourite characters and share some fun facts at the end. If you have any film suggestions, email them to [email protected] *Correction: Richard Dreyfuss did not win best actor for Close Encounters of the Third Kind, but instead won it for The Goodbye Girl!* Guest: Dominic McLean
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50. To Sir, With Love (1967)
40:35To finish off our theme on Sidney Poitier, we watched the film To Sir, with Love from 1967, where Poitier plays a teacher at a London East End school. 1967 was a big year for Poitier, with the additional releases of In the Heat of the Night and Guess Who's Coming to Dinner. We hope you enjoyed this theme, and if you have any suggestions on a next theme or what films we should talk about next, email them to [email protected]! We are on Instagram now, so send us a message and give us a follow @whichmovingpicturesmoveus Guest: Hannah Tuck
49. Lilies Of The Field (1963)
53:19Dear listeners, sorry for the radio silence these past few months! The good news is we are back and continuing where we left off with Sidney Poitier films. Sidney Poitier died at the age of 94 on January 6th and was one of the most respected and admired actors and directors of the 20th century. In today's episode we will be talking about one of his most famous films, in which he won the Best Actor Oscar for in 1964 for Lilies of the Field. If you would like to suggest a film/series you would like us to talk about on the show send your suggestion to [email protected] Guest: Christina Acton
48. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967)
56:10We are dedicating the month of March to the late, great, Sidney Poitier who died at the age of 94 on January 6th. We are starting off with Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, also starring Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy and Katharine Houghton. He was such a trailblazer, so stay tuned for more of his films to come! If you would like to write in a film suggestion that you would like us to do starring Poitier, email your suggestion to [email protected]
47. Little Women (2019)
1:03:24We watched Greta Gerwig's Little Women, starring Saorise Ronan, Timothée Chalamet, Emma Watson, Florence Pugh and Laura Dern, and share our thoughts on the classic tale, beloved by each generation. Although there are many different film adaptations of this book, in this episode we will be focusing on Gerwig's version. If you have any film suggestions that you think we should do on the show, email your suggestion to [email protected]
46. Our Top 10 Films Of 2021
1:34:36Like last year, Christina and I will be revealing our top 10 films of 2021! These aren't just any top 10 but movies we've seen for the first time this year. They can be old or movies or more recent as long as we saw them for the first time in 2021. Please share your thoughts on both on our lists by emailing me at [email protected] Stay tuned for more episodes coming your way!
44: Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey (2020)
50:01We watched Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey starring Madalen Mills, Forest Whitaker and Keegan Michael Key, for our Christmas theme. This Victorian musical follows an magical inventor and his intelligent granddaughter during the holiday season. f you have any holiday film recommendations that you think we should do on the show, email [email protected] with your suggestion! Guest: Christina Acton
43. The Man Who Invented Christmas (2017)
52:06We are starting off the Christmas holiday theme with The Man Who Invented Christmas starring Dan Stevens and Christopher Plummer. This twist on the classic tale, follows the author Charles Dickens as he creates one of the most timeless Christmas novels of all time. If you enjoy listening to the show and would like to recommend some holiday films for us to talk about on the show, send your suggestion to [email protected] Guest: Hannah Tuck