The Johns expand their 5 minutes about top films from two top organizations.
It's benignly absurd with likeable characters and no intricate plot. It'll help you through winter.
Less about its hero and more about the beauty of kung fu.
The modern battle of the sexes is orchestrated for maximum enjoyment albeit unresolved.
While Leo acts delightfully over the top, Martin directs one of his best films.
John and Johnny improbably compare Christian Bale and Ben Stiller.
The Johns dare to compare Ben Stiller and Christian Bale for 11 long minutes.
On the latest show, Kristin and Nick discuss new holiday releases The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and The Wolf of Wall Street, new Blu-rays Insidious: Chapter 2 and More Than Honey.
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About the Hosts:
A gentle romance inspired by a great writer from Columbus, Ohio
Nelson Mandela's bio needs more insight, less history.
John and guest Srinath Sampath are of one mind about the greatness of American Hustle.
If you grew up under the nuns, this film will justify your suspicions.
Catch the Disney and Poppins spirit.
Could be the best movie of the year if it can move off stage the gravity of 12 Years a Slave.
On the latest show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases Saving Mr. Banks and American Hustle, new Blu-rays Elysium and The Lone Ranger, and more.
The Coen brothers have another memorable loner if just a tad too dark.
Casey Affleck is revealed to be more than just Ben's little brother.
The Johns talk forever (uncut 12 min.) about the promising career of Ben's brother.
John and Wayne identify with the old codger in Nebraska
On this week's show, Kristin and Nick discuss new releases The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug and Nebraska, new Blu-rays Despicable Me 2 and Fast & Furious 6, and more.