Ep21: Bay-Hole

Movies On UP! – Ep21: Bay-Hole

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Ryan and Kevin travel back to their respective childhoods with stories about Marvel, Legos and Baywatch.  New projects from the Super Affleck Bros and Matt Damon are discussed as well as three Hangovers and 47 Ronin.  Kevin finally picks his Fantasy Filmball lineup, submit yours by September 30 .

Oh yeah, and Ryan gets mildly upset at a Michael Bay interview.

The boys gush over pretty looking trailers for Cloud Atlas and The Life of Pi as well as some less pretty ones for Promised Land, Winnie, 42, Pusher, Gambit, Stoker, Nature Calls, Beautiful Creatures and Citadel.

Oh yeah, and Dave’s movie Cleveland, I Love You.  Check out the trailer at clevelandiloveyoumovie.com

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Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music. It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.

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Ep20: Breakfast at TIFFany’s

Movies On UP! – Ep20: Breakfast at TIFFany’s

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Ryan and Kevin give some thoughts on the goings on north of the boarder at the Toronto International Film Festival. They also discuss a big shake up at Fox, the merits of WWE films, and show their worldly-ness by discussing movies rife with Irish, Russians, Mexicans, Asians, Indians and Nazis. They boys talk Adele and Bond themes, Larry David and his band of merrymakers, and Kevin Costner’s continued comeback.

Several brand new trailers hit the webs this week, the boys run down Emperor, The Details, Lincoln, Texas Chainsaw 3D, Mama, Stand up Guys, The Oranges, You May Not Kiss the Bride, Smashed, Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning.

Be sure to submit your picks for the Movies on Up Fantasy Filmball League by September 30.

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Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music. It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan for our fly, new logo.


Ep19: Are You Ready for some Filmball?

Movies On UP! – Ep19: Are You Ready for some Filmball?

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This week, Ryan and Dave and Kevin (?!) tackle stories featuring Pod-faves Michael Fassbender and Michael Keaton.  Also, Paul Thomas Anderson’s new project, Ti West’s team-up with Eli Roth, Movies on Up Young Reader Series: Matched, Al Pacino’s Joe Paterno movie, and Dave gives his weekly Anna Kendrick update and the boys give Michael Clarke Duncan a Movies on Up sendoff.

Trailers are back in a big way with Sightseers, Hansel & Gretel Witch Hunters, The To Do List, The Company You Keep, The Bay, The Iceman, The Comedy, Ginger & Rosa, Parental Guidance, Wuthering Heights, Grave Encounters 2, Dead Europe, This Must Be the Place and Dust Up

After much discussion, Ryan and Dave conduct the Movies On Up 2012 Fantasy Filmball live draft.  Think our picks suck?  Send us your five moves, hotshot.

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Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music. It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan for our fly, new logo.

 

Ep18: The Fall Of The Preview

Movies On UP! – Ep18: The Fall Of The Preview

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This week, Ryan and Dave take an in depth look at the Fall Movie Season as they cover every weekend from September to the end of December. They go over what they’re excited about and what they’re looking forward to. They also introduce their Fantasy FilmBall game that they’ll be playing for the next few months. And, as always, they wrap up the weekly box office and talk news, including stories on Ryan Gosling, the NFL, Will Smith, Batman, The Hobbit, Michael Fassbender, Tom Hardy, Metal Gear, Michael Keaton and more!.

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Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music. It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.