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Good Will Hunting vs. Boogie Nights vs. Chasing Amy In Part 2 of this week’s episode our hosts get right to rating the Nominees for 1998’s Best Original Screenplay. They also include a ton of alternate nominees like Chasing Amy, The Game, The Fifth Element, and more. Equipped with an updated rating metric for screenwriting […]

This week our Super Time Computer Al is back and sends our hosts to a year when the world lost a princess, a rap Icon, a saint, and a piece of Evander Holyfield’s ear. 1997 was the Year Titanic broke all cinema records and cemented its place in modern pop culture and also gave us […]

With Al in the computer hospital, we invite our friend and entertainment expert Vanessa to guest host with us. This week Jeff shakes up our format and suggests a top 10 list. Inspired by the great soundtrack to late Burt Reynolds classic, Boogie Nights, we explore the best original songs from some of the worst […]

Tommy Lee Jones vs. Leonardo DiCaprio vs. Val Kilmer This week Super Time Computer Al switches it up and changes the category for the first time and sends our hosts to a year when Bill Clinton became president, grunge music swept the nation, Leonardo DiCaprio loses his first Oscar, Hollywood lost a young star, and […]

American Beauty vs. The Sixth Sense vs. Fight Club This week Super Time Computer Al sends our hosts to a year when there was an impeachment of a President, a school shooting rocked the country, and a viral web campaign was passing off fiction as truth. Clearly so much has changed since 1999. Along the […]

Crash v Brokeback Mountain v Good Night, and Good Luck This week Al takes our hosts to a time when Vice Presidents were shooting people in the face, Michael Jackson was found to have not touched those kids, and Crash became the least decorated Academy movie since Rocky to win Best Picture. That’s right, 2005-2006. […]

Driving Miss Daisy vs. Glory Hosts Jeff and Cory analyze the 1990 Academy Award nominees for Best Picure and decide if Driving Miss Daisy should have beat fellow nominees, Dead Poets Society, Field of Dreams, Born on the Fourth of July, and My Left Foot. And…why were Glory and Do the Right Thing, snubbed.

Forrest Gump ┬ávs. Pulp Fiction vs. The Shawshank Redemption This week, in the inaugural episode, our hosts debate the 1995 Best picture nominees. Along the way they find out how Bruce Willis really made his money in the 90s, discover how easy it is to chisel your way out of prison, appreciate the boom of […]


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