Sam forces Ian to watch the Disney Animated Classic The Emperor's New Groove.
We are launching a new series on #TimeSensitive. You've gotten to know Sam and Ian over the years, and it's clear what they do and don't like. Well, now we are forcing them to embrace their "don't".
We all know Sam is not a fan of spontaneously bursting into song, so this week, with your help, Ian forced Sam to watch the Best Picture-winning musical "Chicago" for the first time.
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FORE! We pair up with Dr. Doug MacNeil to play a quick 9-hole round of golf, but instead of the course, we are teeing off on Hollywood's best golf movies. From 1953's "The Caddy" to the modern classic "Happy Gilmore", see which films score a hole-in-one.
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A filmmaker at a creative impasse seeks solace from her tumultuous past at a rural retreat, only to find that the woods summon her inner demons in intense and surprising ways. Join #TimeSensitve as Aubrey Plaza does drama and Paul J. Willard joins the Five-Timer's
Forgiveness, romance, revenge, and Paris Hilton. It’s all about upholding and subverting the femme fatale archetype this week as we review Emerald Fennell’s 2020 Oscar-winning film "Promising Young Woman" alongside our friend and former co-host, Kate Glossop.
Join Time Sensitive for a mini-episode exploring the winners of the entertainment industry's most coveted accolade: the EGOT. From Rita Moreno and Mike Nichols to John Legend and Alan Menken, we explore the achievements of those who have scored an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony.
Following the death of their son, a retired sheriff and his wife set out to rescue their young grandson from a dangerous family. Joining us to discuss Thomas Bezucha's Neo-Western thriller is friend of the show Willy Mumper.
It's time again to open the Time Sensitive vault. We take a trip back to 1971 in this throwback episode covering Hal Ashby's Harold and Maude.
We continue our "Short Stuff" series with mini reviews of the past three winners of the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film: "Skin", "The Neighbors' Window", and the current champ "Two Distant Strangers".
It’s time again to celebrate the notable Filmversaries of 2021. From "La La Land" (2016) to "Legally Blonde" (2001) and "Boyz n the Hood" (1991) to "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (1961), Sam and Ian profile movies celebrating special birthdays this year and give the #TimeSensitive audience the chance to pick the next Vault review subject.
The hustle is real in this lions vs. lambs story of elder abuse, greed, and human commoditization. This mixed bag of a film is basically a nihilistic story of s****y people doing s****y things for money. Sam and Ian welcome guest co-host and lioness Katy Fink to review J Blakeson's "I Care a Lot".
You voted, and now we tabulate the winners of the inaugural Sensi Awards. Tune in to see if your favorites from Seasons 1-3 cement themselves as #TimeSensitive royalty.
Oh, boy! It's a big week at #TimeSensitive. 100 EPISODES! We celebrate with messages from some of our incredible guest hosts and fans, review our full canon, pick some favorite and not-so-favorite episodes, share NEVER-BEFORE-HEARD audio from our very first recording session that was so bad we never released it, and inaugurate our own awards show! And we welcome back original co-host Kate Glossop to revel in our success.
Kyle and Mike are best friends who share a close bond — until Mike sleeps with Kyle's fiancée. "The Climb" is about a tumultuous, but enduring relationship between two men across many years of laughter, heartbreak, and rage. We welcome back Willy Mumper to Time Sensitive.
It's disaster week! A family (led by Gerard Butler) fights for survival as a planet-killing comet races to Earth. Paul Willard joins Time Sensitive for the end of the world.
We've been asking our guest hosts all season, but Sam and Ian take the time to answer that probing Time Sensitive question: "What are you into?" From music to TV and podcasts to extreme fighting, find out what pop culture our team is currently consuming.
There is something fishy in the Pine Tree State... Just how far would you go to protect your sister, even if she wasn’t so innocent? Join Time Sensitive and special guest host Paul Willard for a review of "Blow the Man Down", a crime-noir thriller with a radical, feminist rethink.
Potential for Spoilers! The first trailer for Stephen Chbosky's film adaptation of the smash Broadway hit "Dear Evan Hansen" dropped this week, and #TimeSensitive is ready to share their live reactions. Check out the first look of one of Ian's most anticipated films of 2021.
We may well be nearly halfway through 2021, but Sam and Ian needed some extra time to fully evaluate and rank their favorite movies of 2020. And now, it is time for the big reveal! This episode is a Top 10 list you don't want to miss.
We continue our Oscars celebration with a review of 2x Academy Award winner "Sound of Metal". The life of an itinerant punk-metal drummer begins to unravel when he suddenly loses his hearing, and with it, his identity. We welcome back our friend Nate Clark to join us!
Hosted amid a once-in-a-century pandemic by an industry nearly decimated by the effects of the same, the 93rd Annual Academy Awards brought historic firsts, ceremony surprises, howling, and Glenn Close dancing to "Da Butt". Join Sam and Ian as they recap truly wild night.
Hurray for Oscar! The 93rd Annual Academy Awards are THIS SUNDAY, and in this mini episode, Sam and Ian break down the biggest Oscar categories, provide updates on this year’s festivities, share some hot takes, and cast their ballots for Hollywood’s biggest night.
Sam and Ian go back to college and back to mumblecore with writer/director Kris Rey and special guest host Kathy Broecker.
Join Time Sensitive in recognizing the unsung heroes of the filmmaking process: CASTING DIRECTORS. Can you imagine "Star Wars" with Christopher Walken as Han Solo? What about John Travolta as Forrest Gump? Tune in to learn a bit more about the art of casting and its rocky history of recognition within the Academy. Sam and Ian will even attempt to become experts overnight by casting the next big Hollywood movies - including the next James Bond.