#14: A Real Fake - Catch Me If You Can

John and Bethany tackle young Leo in Steven Spielberg’s 2002 film, Catch Me If You Can. Big questions for this episode include: Why does 28 year old Leo still look like a baby? Does The West Wing color our perceptions of Martin Sheen? Is capitalism the biggest scam of all?

Next episode, we’re watching either Elf or Chicago. Vote on twitter @homeviewingpod!

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

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#13: The Teaches of Peaches - Call Me By Your Name

How do you talk about a visually stunning movie in an audio medium? John and Bethany try and find out while talking about Luca Guadagnino’s 2017 film, Call Me By Your Name. Big questions for this episode include: Where did Timothee Chalamet come from? Is there anything we didn’t like in this movie? How many times can John combine the titles of Mystery of Love and Visions of Gideon?

Next episode, we’re watching Catch Me If You Can!

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

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#12: John Cries at the End - Coco

Listen y’all I was crying while editing this podcast because this movie does representation and emotions very well so make sure you watch Coco before you listen to this one so you can cry with me! XOXO, Gossip John. Big questions for this episode include: What and when is Dia de Los Muertos? Could this movie be any more perfect? Should we have a sticker to put on movies that get perfect ratings at the end of the episode?

Next episode, we’re watching Call Me By Your Name!

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

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This episode features audio from the 2015 Golden Globes Broadcast, featuring a clip from the acceptance speech given by Gina Rodriguez upon winning Best Actress in A Musical or Comedy TV Series.


#11: John Has a Lot of Feelings - Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Nicole, host of Avocado Toast on the Pocket Podcast Network, joins us for what Bethany calls “A Bucky Love Story”. Big questions for this episode include: What does John think defines a superhero? Do Marvel movies even have definable musical themes? How much noise can our dogs make?

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

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#10: The British Museum of Atlanta - Black Panther

Alex, the bassist and vocalist of The Organ Machines, joins the show to talk about our first consensus smash.  Big questions for this episode include: How many good things can we say about one movie? What is afrofuturism and how does it play in here? Was Killmonger right, or a misogynist?

Featuring music by The Organ Machines (Alex’s Band!): https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

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#9: John Gets Postmodern - Birdman

Chris, the drummer of The Organ Machines, joins the show to talk about the second drummiest movie of 2014.  Big questions for this episode include: Is it really all one shot, and how long does it take you to notice that? Who was the definitive Batman? How far can John crawl up his own ass in the name of his Masters in Communication?

Featuring music by The Organ Machines (Chris’s Band!): https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

AND if you’re in Atlanta, you can see The Organ Machines live at Smith’s Olde Bar on September 17!
Next episode, we’re watching Black Panther

#8: What's a Meet Cute? - The Big Sick

John and Bethany are joined by their friend Gisela to continue through 2017’s greatest hits (but still not John’s pick for best). Big questions for this episode include: Can a movie be good without being overly visually interesting? Is Zoe Kazan shoehorned into Rom-Com roles? What was John’s bad stand-up like?

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves
Next episode, we’re watching Birdman, Or the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance

#7: Le Charcuterie - Baby Driver

John and Bethany are joined by their friend Gabe to watch one of their favorite films of 2017(but not John’s pick for best). Big questions for this episode include: Is everything really on beat? Which iconic Atlanta locations did we all actually eat at? Which gun is which part of the pig?

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves
Next episode, we’re watching The Big Sick.

#6: Ham Hands - Avengers: Age of Ultron

John and Bethany are very bored and fatigued of Marvel, but still can find some good stuff even in this mess. Big questions for this episode include: Was Iron Man 3 pointless? Do the twins actually feel like twins? Are your hands not tasty enough?

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves
Next episode, we’re watching Baby Driver.

#5: Space Pocahontas - Avatar

John talks a lot about extrapolation while Bethany is tepid at best.

Big questions for this episode include: Why are there only two non-blue people of color? Just how bad is the heavy handed slow motion? Why are the Na’Vi….like that?

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

Next episode, we’re watching Avengers: Age of Ultron!

#4: Heptapod Rating Systems - Arrival

Athena weighs in on the movie with a few barks. Big questions for this episode include: Is time predetermined? Can language be untethered from speech? Why the hell wasn’t anyone nominated for any acting Oscars?

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

Next episode, we’re watching Avatar!

#2: She Gets Duke Ellington - American Hustle

John drastically reverses an opinion from the end of Episode 1, while Bethany gushes over J-Law and Amy Adams. Big questions for this episode include: Can Christian Bale actually do a non-Welsh accent? Why the hell doesn’t Amy Adams have an Oscar? Is violence funny if it’s committed against Louis CK?

Featuring music by The Organ Machines: https://theorganmachines.bandcamp.com/track/oil-waves

Next episode, we’re watching Apollo 13!