Jim and Teal talk movies
Funny, irreverent, conversations about our cinema adventures, Stuff We’ve Seen is an eclectic mix of old and new films from every genre. We share our obsessions, disappointments, and pet peeves, with digressions into film trivia and history, personal experiences, and movies we thought we had forgotten.
This week James and Teal take a rabid bite out of crime with Army of the Dead, and they pay tribute to the late, great, Charles Grodin. Love that chicken Pepperoni!
Jimmy and Billy duke it out with their dueling Anthony Hopkins and Nick Nolte impersonations. Then they tackle the 1994 hidden gem, What Happened Was... playing this month on the Criterion Channel.
The 93rd Academy Awards are finally over, but Jim and Teal take one last crack at them with their complete Oscar's wrap up.
Jim and Teal look back at their film-going memories of seeing movies at The Cinerama Dome. Also, they discuss The Father and Another Round.
Jim here, you all know me. You know how I earn a livin'. Always on the hunt for a film that breaks Jimmy's cardinal sin, one shot in the wrong aspect ratio! Okay, so film is a subjective medium, and I guess it is a filmmaker's call to decide what aspect ratio their movie should appear. But I find, time and time again, filmmakers these days tend to lean on the widescreen 2.35:1 format as if the ghost of David Lean were guiding their independent film epic.
Teal is back this week as he and Jim dive into the cinematic world of The Criterion Collection to celebrate the channel's second anniversary.
This week Jim and Bill from Queens discuss Another Round, Godzilla vs Kong, WandaVision, Machine Gun McCain, and Snyder Cuts.
It's Stuff We've Seen's official 100th episode. Take a listen and find out what the boys have in store for you.
This week we've got four movies to review: United States vs Billie Holiday, I Care a Lot, Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar, and Minari.
This week film reviews of Nomadland, Possessor, Judas and The Black Messiah, and Sia's Music. Which one will be on Jim's list of all-time worst movies? Have a listen and find out.
Join Jim and Teal for a Netflix teleparty as the two watch Scott Pilgrim Vs The World. And if you were expecting a love fest, think again.
Who are you guys?
We met in the late 80’s while studying at NYU film school. We’ve spent the decades since talking and arguing with each other about movies. In 2019 we started recording those conversations.
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