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278- MULTIPLICITY with Ari Millen

278- MULTIPLICITY with Ari Millen

This week we’re joined by Ari Millen from the hit show Orphan Black┬áto discuss MULTIPLICITY, the 1996 clone-comedy directed by Harold Ramis, starring Andie MacDowell, Eugene Levy, John DeLancie and a whole whack of┬áMichael Keatons. Is that what you call a group of Keatons? A whack? This movie blew our minds when we were unfamiliar...
Episode 272- FIRST KNIGHT

Episode 272- FIRST KNIGHT

In slight anticipation of the new Guy Ritchie King Arthur film, this week we revisit FIRST KNIGHT, the 1995 heroic drama featuring Sean Connery as old King Arthur himself, Richard Gere as handsome Lancelot and Julia Ormand as Guinevere. This movie won our noble hearts when we were younger, but how does it hold up...
Episode 268- ENCINO MAN

Episode 268- ENCINO MAN

Wow-ow-ow! This week with springage in the air we thaw out ENCINO MAN the 1992 comedy featuring Sean Astin, Brendan Fraser and the Wea-sel himself Pauly Shore, buh-dy, where a totally stone-age cave-dude teaches us to, like, be cool, man. We thought this movie was great when we were primitives, but how does it hold...
Episode 265- TOP GUN

Episode 265- TOP GUN

This week, we’re on the expressway to the precarious area with TOP GUN, Tony Scott’s 1986 blockbuster starring Tom Cruise as a guy who just needs to fly! Also featuring Anthony Edwards as his best bud Goose and Val Kilmer as a chill dude named Iceman! Oh and Kelly McGillis is there too, she’s some...
Episode 261- HEAT

Episode 261- HEAT

It’s winter, so you better believe the heat is on! That’s right, we’re talking about HEAT, Michael Mann’s double-edged look at the solitary lives of criminals and the cops who pursue them. We thought this movie was profound and thrilling when we were younger, but how does it hold up today? Listen (or watch) below...
Episode 197- ARMY OF DARKNESS

Episode 197- ARMY OF DARKNESS

It’s October and here at Rewatchability that means we spend all month celebrating our favorite holiday– Canadian Thanksgiving. And this week we’re thankful for Army of Darkness, the final entry in Sam Raimi’s Evil Dead trilogy, featuring Bruce Campbell and Embeth Davidtz. We loved it when we were younger, but how does it hold up...
EPISODE 196- ESCAPE FROM L.A.

EPISODE 196- ESCAPE FROM L.A.

Listen up hotshot, this week we’re riding the waves with Snake Plissken once again in Escape From L.A., John Carpenter’s sequel/parody(?)/(unnecessary)remake of the classic Escape From New York. Is there anywhere Kurt Russell can’t escape from? Some of us were on (surf)board when we were younger, but how does it hold up now? Listen below...