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51 minutes | Mar 3, 2021
WE can be Heroes!
In our second episode of the year, we are back with another "New" release! We can be Heroes, from director Robert Rodriguez, is the Spykids of the next generation. But of course Nate and Sarah have some opinions on it as well. We watch it and rank it on our Flubber scale, keeping in mind that it might not actually have been made for us, despite the inclusion of Pedro Pascal. Strange... If you like the podcast and want to hear more, please let us know in a review on iTunes! Or, you can tweet at us @moviebluffspc.
71 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
Wonder Woman 1984 (Spoilers Ahoy!)
We're back! We're starting out the new year with a new release! Nate and Sarah watched Wonder Woman 1984 without knowing it was a sequel, and we discuss the merits (Pedro Pascal, Kristen Wiig), and demerits (Everything else) of the movie! We rank it on our flubber scale and make a few observations about our feelings on superhero movies as a genre. If you like the podcast and want to hear more, please let us know in a review on iTunes! Or, you can tweet at us @moviebluffspc.
30 minutes | Dec 30, 2020
Now You See Me!
In the 11th hour of 2020 we come to you with our 11th episode! Sarah watched Now You See Me, starring Woody Harrelson and his Tiny Hat. Nate is afraid of criticizing magicians because they might be in his house. We rank the movie on our Flubber Scale™ and create a new scale of our own. Thank you for listening to our silly pod, please leave an iTunes review if you've enjoyed it, and stay tuned for us again in 2021. Bye! Our Twitter @moviebluffspc
32 minutes | Dec 23, 2020
In our 10th episode, Nate watches Wine Country, our first movie about real people with no fantasy elements. Nate and Sarah get confused over what constitutes a decade, and we go through a few changes in our movie reviewing philosophy. Check out our Twitter @moviebluffspc Don't forget to rate and review us on iTunes!
44 minutes | Dec 9, 2020
We are back with yet another Robin Williams joint! Sarah watches Robots (2003) and we discuss the allegorical implications of the movie. We also talk about tying Robots into the Wall-E universe, the horror of Disney's growing media monopoly, and why Butt jokes are so common. #MovieButts
48 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Gnomeo And Juliet!
This week on the podcast, Nate watches Gnomeo and Juliet, the first movie based entirely on a gnome pun! We discuss what other characters and properties could be gnome-ified, and Sarah asks for more gnome content recommendations. (She really likes gnomes) Check us out on twitter @moviebluffspc
48 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
We are back! This week we discuss Tim Curry's other great movie, Clue, and whether movies based on board games are viable anymore. We also ponder the comfort of predictability in movies and how much we miss the experience of movie theatres. Sarah pitches Gnomeo and Juliet 5 Check out our twitter! @moviebluffspc
55 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
Rocky Horror Picture Show!
We see you shiver with antici..........pation! This week, for Halloween, Nate watched the Rocky Horror Picture Show for the first time. Sarah explains the intricacies of the "shadow cast" tradition, and Nate laments the power Glee has to ruin nice things. Thank you for listening and don't forget to give us a rate and a review on itunes! Our Twitter
4 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
Movie Bit! - Gorilla Hot Chocolate
During the break in recording of our Scooby-Doo episode, Sarah stumbled upon an important question. Can gorillas drink hot chocolate? Do they even have tongues? We may never know... Let us know if you'd like to hear more bonus stuff like this by leaving us a review and rating on itunes!
42 minutes | Oct 22, 2020
Scooby Dont! This week Sarah watches the live action Scooby Doo movie from 2002, and boy are there Thoughts. Spooky island? Demon God Scrappy Doo? A Seinfeld reboot but with Garfield? All this and more awaits you in our 5th episode, as we try to discover the best (and worst) Movies of all time. Check out our Twitter!
44 minutes | Oct 15, 2020
Content Warning: The movie we are discussing contains adult themes of violence and suicide, and so does our discussion of it. Wow... What else is there to say but wow? This week Nate watches Fateful Findings by Neil Breen, and we begin pushing the limits of what a Movie really is anyway. We discuss what could drive someone to make such a movie as this, and what his message could be.
43 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Night! At the Museum
This episode, Sarah watches Night at the Museum starring Ben Stiller, Rami Malek, and returning champ Robin Williams. We talk about the magic of museums growing up, Lower-Michigan specific museum Greenfield Village, and where this movie fits on our current movie rating scale of Flubber to High School Musical. Check out our Twitter for updates as we continue our quest to find the Best and Worst movies (not films) of All Time
53 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
High School Musical!
This episode, Nate watches High School Musical (2006). We talk about whether it qualifies as a heist movie, compare it to our own high school experiences, and bash the US public school system. Check out our Twitter for updates as we continue our quest to find the Best and Worst movies (not films) of All Time
38 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
In our inaugural episode, Sarah watches Flubber (1997), starring Robin Williams and a Little Green Ghoul. We talk about the legality of cartoon violence, the quality of Star Wars, and what even is a movie anyway? Our ambitions are unchecked, so join us as we aim to discover the best and worst movies EVER. Our Twitter
1 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
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Nate and Sarah are NOT film students. We talk about ~Movies~ from our childhood and whether they are still as good, or bad, as we remember. Tune in every Wednesday for Movie Bluffs! A Real Fake Film Review Podcast.
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