In a fun discussion we delve into what the most meaningful movies to us are that we have seen throughout our lives.
In the latest Deucecast Movie Show, Mikey & Dave give #TwitterlessDrEarl the night off to go handle some sort of neurosurgeony things, longtime friend of the show, author/singer/blogger/supermom/Carnagie Hall headliner Jenn Kaufman returns!!!
Some chit chat and catch up moments, including the latest films Kaufman has watched, then a Kaufman themed Rotten Tomatoes game, which leads into the Top Five of the show.
And the top five is Most Meaningful Films… those movies that might be amazing, might be terrible, or somewhere in between, but hold a special place in the hearts of the three on the show. Mikey, d$, and Kaufman all share anecdotes about kids, lifelong fandom, recent films that really stuck with them and more.
Plus an extended stinger because everyone on the show loves to hear themselves talk.
Movies discussed and where to stream them at the time of episode recording:
- Black Dog (Starz)
- Bridget Jones Diary (Starz)
- Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father (Amazon Prime; TubiTV)
- Dr. No (TubiTV)
- Can’t Hardly Wait (rental)
- Cuba & the Cameraman (Netflix)
- Evil Dead II (rental)
- Iron Man (Disney+)
- Miracle (Netflix; Disney+)
- The Muppets (2011) (Netflix; Disney+)
- The Muppet Movie (Disney+)
- Rio (Amazon Prime; Disney+; Hulu)
- Star Wars (Disney+)
- Titanic (Starz)
- The Untouchables (Showtime)
The Deucecast Movie Show is a podcast done by movie fans for movie fans of all kinds. Hosts Mikey, Dave, and featured friend of the show #TwitterlessDrEarl, along with a rotating cast of fun guests, discuss all sorts of movies–from new to old, fantastic to craptastic and everything in between. Expect themed episodes, feature lists, favorite movies, and tournaments pitting movie against movie or actor against act because we love a good bracket. Play along with movie games like “Denzel” or “The Ryan Philippe Game,” then participate in voting in the annual Deucie Awards and yell at us when someone defends a Damon Wayans movie as “nearly the perfect film.” If you love movies, then you’ll love The Deucecast Movie Show! We love to interact with our listeners so please subscribe to the podcast and send us an email, tweets, and comments as you listen at your leisure. The more the merrier, so thanks for tuning in!