True Bromance Film Podcast

2017 is winding down and we continue our exploration of the most highly regarded films of the year. This week we tackle the critically acclaimed love story from Luca Guadagnino, Call Me by Your Name. Guadagnino gets a world class performance from Timothée Chalamet that has the critics and fans frothing at the mouth with excitement. To help us wade through the oceans of praise, we are joined by the apricot of our eye, David Hart, of Mark As Played, The Grand Gesture, and Pop Culture Case Study.

MOVIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK:

The Foreigner, The Florida Project, Shape of Water, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Jackie Brown, Call Me By Your Name

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You can follow us on Twitter or Facebook. You can send us feedback to truebromancepodcast@gmail.com or search for us on Letterboxd or Google+...and don't forget to check us out and the rest of our cohorts at followingfilms.com.

Special thanks to Le Goose for our intro music. Give them a like on Facebook or check out their website at www.thegooseband.com.

Direct download: Episode_185.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:07pm EDT

We are joining in on the global lightsaber battle that revolves around the movie of the week. Rian Johnson wrote and directed the latest installment in the Star Wars saga that has many debating the merit of the film. Our old friend, the scruffy nerf herder himself, Jon Mitchell, is back to help us discuss Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi.

Give us a review on iTunes...even if you don't listen...please. Thanks.

You can follow us on Twitter or Facebook. You can send us feedback to truebromancepodcast@gmail.com or search for us on Letterboxd or Google+...and don't forget to check us out and the rest of our cohorts at followingfilms.com.

Special thanks to Le Goose for our intro music. Give them a like on Facebook or check out their website at www.thegooseband.com.

Direct download: Episode_184.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:52am EDT

The week Barry is placing all of the blame on the fall of our civilized society squarely on the shoulders of people who ironically enjoy Tommy Wiseau's film, The Room. That sets an interesting backdrop for our review of James Franco's film about the making of The Room, The Disaster Artist.

MOVIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK:

Get Out, Shot Caller, Paddington, Boy, Piranha 3D, The Room, The Disaster Artist

Give us a review on iTunes...even if you don't listen...please. Thanks.

You can follow us on Twitter or Facebook. You can send us feedback to truebromancepodcast@gmail.com or search for us on Letterboxd or Google+...and don't forget to check us out and the rest of our cohorts at followingfilms.com.

Special thanks to Le Goose for our intro music. Give them a like on Facebook or check out their website at www.thegooseband.com.

Direct download: Episode_183.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:30pm EDT

This week we discuss the latest attempt by Netflix to get into the Academy's good graces. Garrett Hedlund, Carey Mulligan, Jason Clarke, and Jason Mitchell head up an interesting cast in Dee Rees' adaptation of Hillary Jordan's novel, Mudbound. To help us with this review, we welcome back a return guest in Daniel of Get Reel Movies.

MOVIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK:

Lady Bird, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, The Disaster Artist, A Bad Moms Christmas, Mudbound

Give us a review on iTunes...even if you don't listen...please. Thanks.

You can follow us on Twitter or Facebook. You can send us feedback to truebromancepodcast@gmail.com or search for us on Letterboxd or Google+...and don't forget to check us out and the rest of our cohorts at followingfilms.com.

Special thanks to Le Goose for our intro music. Give them a like on Facebook or check out their website at www.thegooseband.com.

Direct download: Episode_182.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am EDT

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