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MC #204: 1917

This week on MovieChatter, we take a look at Golden Globe Best Picture winner 1917. This Sam Mendes film is also up for Best Picture at the Oscars this year, and our hosts have some pretty mixed opinions about it. Does it deserve the hype, or is it merely one of the best-made mediocre movies ever? Check out this week’s MovieChatter to find out!

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MC #203: Knives Out

MovieChatter rings in the new year with a discussion of Knives Out, the latest murder mystery by Rian Johnson. Is there more to this movie than just a showcase of its stars? Does the story hold up, or is it yet another whodunnit cheat? Listen to this episode of MovieChatter to find out!

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MC #202: RandomChatter Christmas Vacation

MovieChatter and Caped Chronicles are teaming up for coverage of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation! Don’t miss this jam-packed episode with Erik, Mike, Lou, Andrea, and Fred, as they discuss their own family traditions and what aspects (if any) they can relate to from this modern classic!

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MC #201: Trapped in Paradise & The Santa Clause

The gloves come off in this episode of MovieChatter! This week we take a look at Trapped in Paradise and The Santa Clause—one movie targeted at the adult themes of family and “doing the right thing,” and the other targeted at the childhood themes representing the magic of Christmas. And our hosts have radically different views! Join us as we throw down (yet still love one another as family!) on this episode of MovieChatter!

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MC #200: The Ref & Home Alone

MovieChatter continues its holiday coverage with The Ref and Home Alone, and our hosts don’t exactly agree this time around. While Home Alone is a classic, The Ref met with some resistance. Who liked it and who didn’t? Tune in to this episode of MovieChatter to find out!

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MC #199: A Cacophony of Carols

MovieChatter opens the holiday season with coverage of ALL versions of A Christmas Carol! And by “all,” we mean not even close to all. We do, however, start with the 1983 Mickey’s Christmas Carol, then head to the 1984 version with George C. Scott, then on to Scrooged with Bill Murray, the Muppets Christmas Carol, the Jim Carrey animated version, and the Patrick Stewart TV move. Which are our favorites? Which moved us the most? Tune in and find out!

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MC #197: No Tricks, Just Treats

It’s Halloween Season on MovieChatter! We open up the season with a look at what we do or don’t like about scary movies (or, in some cases, non-scary Halloween movies), from modern psychological thrillers to the 80’s slasher movies to the old monster classics. And if you’d like to prepare for our upcoming episodes, be sure to check out 1408, Zombieland, Cube, and others we mention near the end of the episode! And hopefully Erik can convince Lou and Robin to watch This Is the End by the time the kids come knocking at our doors on the 31st!

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MC #195: All About Bob

On this episode of MovieChatter we decided to do something new—this episode is actor-focused. We take a look at someone who was once considered un-hirable who then became one of the 100 most influential people [Time Magazine] and the highest-paid actor in Hollywood three years in a row [Forbes]. This week, we take a look at Robert Downey Jr.

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MC #194: A Very Animated Episode

This week MovieChatter tackles animated films! Yes, we have the obligatory Disney movies, but we go beyond that and discuss Mask of the Phantasm, A Scanner Darkly, and several others. And what makes a film animated? If the remake of The Lion King counts, does Avatar? And if not Avatar, then why A Scanner Darkly? And what about the Star Wars movies? Don’t miss this debate and a list of our favorite animated shows, and come join us in Discord to discuss your favorites!

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