Sixty episodes? Its a veritable diamond jubilee. And where better to celebrate than by the Tees, for another outdoor podcasting adventure. Dodging ice cream vans and a large dog that I had to edit out of the podcast, the chaps discuss The Vault film first, with Jones having chose the George Clooney dramady Up In The Air. After that and a brief pondering of what an NHS exorcism would be like, the chaps head off to the cinema to see The Purge: Anarchy and later record there musings. So, grab a shotgun, plank-with-a-nail-in-it, garden scythe or whatever your favoured weapon of choice is before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 60, NOW!
This week the chaps decide to withdraw from the public eye, opting not to don the Kevlar and record in central Middlesbrough. Instead they return to where it all began – The Jones Studios – to bicker over the microphone like an old married couple. First up, Jones dislikes Her and Taylorson tolerates The Pit, akaJug-Face. Then theres this week’s cinema pick – twee, aimless, musical bilge Begin Again. And from the vault, bringing with it the ghosts of 500 Days of Summer, comes Rachel Getting Married. So, have an army of bohemian musicians round for the weekend, wee in a pot, crash the car and use a suprise pregnancy to win an arguement before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 58, NOW!
The boys are back, hanging tough and again, out ‘on location’. This time in York. In BHS. Where all the renowned creative-types meet. And first up, will it be less ‘third times a charm’ and more ‘fourth times a tolerable intergalactic, shape-shifting, robot action-flick’ for Jones? Find out as the chaps review Transformers: Age of Extinction. Next, there’s a high-octane quiz round as Taylorson throws Jones 5 questions on the life and times of Tom Cruise. Then its on to THE VAULT, for Spanish downbeat drama Biutiful. So, eat Weetabix and pretend its hamburgers, give careful consideration when bulk-buying heaters, cope manfully with your estranged bi-polar, alcoholic, prostitute wife and ask your father to make the sounds of the sea, and wind, and then together before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 57, NOW!
From the beating heart of Middlesbrough town centre comes episode 56 of the JT Movie Podcast. First up, over coffee and amongst polite society in Marks and Spencer’s cafe comes a lengthy chat about this week’s vault pick: Cameron Crowe’s Vanilla Sky. After that, the chaps head off for a cinematic double-header at the town’s finest multiplex and later hit the pub to discuss the revenge thriller Cold In July and food-porn comedy Chef. Whilst downing a couple of pints and devouring some fine pub grub. So, lament over the ultimate first world problem of having Cameron Diaz when you really want Penelope Cruz, take an unwise car ride, don a latex mask, imagine Kurt Russell and call for tech support before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 56, NOW!
Against all odds, amidst medical revelations, the JT Movie Podcast is back for episode 52! With a bottle of Mountain Dew and a mouthful of Britishisms, the chaps take the extraordinary step of reviewing THE VAULT film first. Yes, pour an alcoholic beverage or 10, play a hideous mind-game with a party guest and whip out the umbrella-firing rifle for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? There’s the latest ‘film’ news, including the lowdown on the hamster-actor cheating the system, before this week’s cinema pick. It’s like John Woo took a look at Groundhog Day and thought ‘hmm, needs more guns’ – it’s Edge of Tomorrow. So, what are you waiting for? Download THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 52, NOW! Out of pity if nothing else…one of us isn’t well 😦
This week on the JT Movie Podast, we’ve relaxed things a bit. Sections? Planning? Notes? All gone. It’s just two guys talking bollocks movies. After a bit of chitty-chatter there’s a look at Transcendence, with Johnny Depp getting hooked up to the internet like a 56K modem. Then a glance at this week’s film news precedes THE BULK of the podcast – a review of the 2005 film Last Days, a fictional story inspired by the events surrounding the death of Kurt Cobain. So, take a swim, have a fire, talk to the Yellow Pages man, undercook some noodles and covert a jet heater before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 47, NOW!
This week on the JT Movie Podcast there’s more than one divisive film thrown into the mix. But first up we take a trip to the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull via Cybertron to discuss the sequels and remakes we refuse to acknowledge. Then we take a look at Darren Aronofsky’s wet n’ wild Biblical epic Noah. Jones reviews 1987’s Wings of Desire. Taylorson then fires up the subtitles for Guillermo Del Toro’s The Devil’s Backbone. But THE BULK of the podcast is dedicated to the 2002 comedy drama About a Boy. So, live a life of blissful unemployment, get a bowl cut, deny killing that duck, fake a child, embrace capitalism and the stereotypical ideal of happiness and then put on performance for your peers that’s both pointless and cringe-worthy before DOWNLOADING THE JT MOVIE PODCAST, EPISODE 44, NOW!