Middle Age Movie Review Podcast

Matt D

Three friends get together to discuss movies off of the book 1001 movies to see before you die. Each episode is a deep dive into a movie with spoilers and film discussion. read less
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Episodes

Episode 3 - TROUT ON A TRAIN
2d ago
Episode 3 - TROUT ON A TRAIN
MIDDLE AGE MOVIE REVIEWS EPISODE 3 - Trout on a TrainThanks for joining us on our third episode excursion   for our podcast The Middle Age Movie Reviews.  Tonight we talk about the classic vacation film North By Northwest, released in 1959.  Directed by Alfred Hitchcock starring Cary Grant, Walter Matthau, James Mason, and Eva Marie Saint. Our hosts Tim, Matt, and Joey all give their impressions of the film as well as when they each first saw the movie. Joe entertains us with his best Eva Marie Saint impersonation and the boys get down to what action and story beats the movie makesFind out this and more on this episode of Middle Age Movie Reviews.. The guys then tell you if it’s worth losing time on your Death clock to see this film. Where to find the film : TUBITheme Song Eddies Twister provided by Open Music Archive.Org which is an open source public domain music. The Open Music Archive concerns itself with the public domain and creative works which are not owned by any one individual and are held in common by society as a whole.Middle Age Movie Reviews is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 Death Clock - Death Clock 2,800 hours of moviesIs it worth taking the time to tick off your Death Clock? Tim:  Yes - It was fun to watch it, but I wouldn’t watch it again.Tim's Remaining Death Clock (2,794 hours and 38 Min)Matt: Yes - Albeit it was slow in the beginning , but a lot of really neat Iconic moments.Matt's Remaining Death Clock (2,793 hours and 27 Min)Joey: Yes -  I would rather watch this again than anything else from Bloomhouse GarbageJoey's Remaining Death Clock (2,792 hours and 57 Min)
Episode 02 - SPOT THE GOVERNOR
Feb 25 2024
Episode 02 - SPOT THE GOVERNOR
MIDDLE AGE MOVIE REVIEWS  EPISODE 2 - SPOT THE GOVERNOR Here we are at the second episode  of our podcast The Middle Age Movie Reviews.  Tonight we talk about the Action/Drama film The Untouchables, released in 1987.  Directed by Brian DePalma starring Kevin Costner, Robert DeNiro, Sean Connery, Andy Garcia and Charles Martin Smith.  Our hosts Tim, Matt, and Joey all give their impressions of the film as well as when they each first saw the movie.  Jimmy Malone stops in to tell us the synopsis of the movie as well as the boys get into a Connery off with “who does the best impression”.  Matt and Joe learn about a new drinking game with government officials.  Tim gives us the rundown of why Kevin Costner is the beige of Hollywood Actors.  While Matt tells his comparison of Costner's early work vs Connery’s twilight work.  Find out this and more on this episode of Middle Age Movie Reviews..  The guys then tell you if it’s worth losing time on your Death clock to see this film.  Where to find the film : Paramount+ Direct Download Theme Song Eddies Twister provided by Open Music Archive.Org which is an open source public domain music. The Open Music Archive concerns itself with the public domain and creative works which are not owned by any one individual and are held in common by society as a whole. Middle Age Movie Reviews is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 Death Clock - Death Clock 2,800 hours of movies Is it worth taking the time to tick off your Death Clock?  Tim:  No - Only if you have nothing better to watch Matt: Yes - Its’ a fun 2 hour Sean Connery Flick Joey: Yes - Its a fun Hollywoodization of Chicago Prohibition.
Episode 01 - CONCIERGE TO HOTEL CRAZY
Feb 11 2024
Episode 01 - CONCIERGE TO HOTEL CRAZY
MIDDLE AGE MOVIE REVIEWS  EPISODE 1 - CONCIERGE TO HOTEL CRAZY Welcome to the first episode of our podcast The Middle Age Movie Reviews.  Tonight we talk about the classic film Apocalypse Now, released in 1979.  Directed by Francis Ford Coppola starring Martin Sheen, Lawrence Fishburne, Robert Duvall, Dennis Hopper and Marlon Brando.  Our hosts Tim, Matt, and Joey all give their impressions of the film as well as when they each first saw the movie.  Captain Willard pops in to give us a brief synopsis of the movie.  We learn a lot of interesting facts about the production of the film as well as what is the definitive cut of the movie.  Along the way we learn what it’s like to truly see the Heart of Darkness in man.  The guys then tell you if it’s worth losing time on your Death clock to see this film.  Where to find the film : Amazon Direct Download Theme Song Eddies Twister provided by Open Music Archive.Org which is an open source public domain music. The Open Music Archive concerns itself with the public domain and creative works which are not owned by any one individual and are held in common by society as a whole. Middle Age Movie Reviews is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 Death Clock - Death Clock 2,800 hours of movies Is it worth taking the time to tick off your Death Clock?  Tim: Redux - Yes with  a fast forward through the French Dinner Scene  3 hours 22 mins Matt: Yes - Just the Theatrical Cut  - 2 hours 33 mins Joey: Yes - Only the Final Cut on Blu Ray 4k for all its celluloid glory! 3 hours 3 mins