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In 2002, Rob Marshall's adaptation of Chicago won Best Picture at the Academy Awards. But 20 years later, how does it hold up?  

This week, Lee, Jeremy and Chapin are back with one of their favorites from the early 2000s, Steven Spielberg's Minority Report.  We discuss the morals at the heart of the film and...

How do you treat us so disrespectfully?  You come to us for film advice, but you never offer friendship...or a voice memo....   50 years ago TODAY, possibly the greatest film ever ...

The 2022 Fixies | Part 2

The final part of the Fixies is here!  Hear it before that other award show!   Best Actor Best Actress Best Director Best Picture

The 2022 Fixies | Part 1

It's finally here!!! The world's most prestigious film awards show!  Part 1. Best Cinematography Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress  Best Screenplay

’Nightmare Alley’

His follow up to the Oscar winning The Shape of Water, director Guillermo del Toro brings us his most adult film to date! Where does this little awards sleeper land with the boys? ...

This week, we gazed Joel Coen's latest film, an adaptation of Shakespeare's The Tragedy of Macbeth.  How doest one of our highest in estimation filmmaker's fair without his brother...

’The Lost Daughter’

This week, in the midst of Fixie season, we review one of the most acclaimed films of the year, Maggie Gyllenhaal's directorial debut, The Lost Daughter. Starring GYFF favorite Oli...

’Licorice Pizza’

PTA is back in a big way!  This week we look at one of our favorite directors OF ALL TIME's latest film, Licorice Pizza, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.     

’Don’t Look Up’

For the first time EVER, we review a film co-host Jeremy Fiske has worked on!  The follow up to his divisive Vice, Adam McKay brings us Don't Look Up, starring just about everyone ...

This week we return with a buzz-worthy film from Apple TV+ CODA, directed by Sian Heder.  This film divides us!  But, does it ultimately earn it's awards buzz?  Find out! Then, we ...

This week Jeremy is back for one of the year's top Oscar frontrunners, The Power of the Dog.  Jane Campion's newest film may divide audiences but is certain to provoke discussion. ...

‘The Last Duel‘

It's our second Ridley Scott film of the week!  Wow!  And this one is better!

‘House of Gucci‘

This week, Lee and Chapin review Sir Ridley Scott's House of Gucci!  

‘King Richard‘

Twice in one week!  For your Thanksgiving listening pleasure, we checked out Will Smith in the role many are saying will win him his first Oscar.  King Richard tells the story of R...

‘Lamb‘

It's just Lee and Chapin this week, devouring Lamb, A24's strange Icelandic masterpiece (?) staring Pod favorite Noomi Rapace. But what did the lads think?  Find out!    

Things have NEVER gotten this heated on the Get Your Film Fix podcast! This week we look at the new film from Netflix, Jeymes Samuel's The Harder They Fall.   We REALLY want to hea...

‘Titane‘

"Don't come in!!  Palm d'Or!" This week we review this year's winner of the Cannes Film Festival's top award, writer/director Julia Ducournau second film,  Titane!   Let us know wh...

‘Dune‘

One of the most anticipated films of 2021 dropped last week and we ALL got a chance to see it!  Visionary director (and one of our favorites) Denis Villeneuve brings what we now kn...

‘No Time to Die‘

We're back in theaters with the newest James Bond film and the last of the Daniel Craig series. Find out what we thought of the much delayed, Cary Joji Fukunaga directed film!   Le...

‘Mulholland Drive‘

On the 20th anniversary to the day of it's release, Jeremy, Lee and Chapin review David Lynch's masterpiece/weird ass movie Mulholland Drive!     Check it out!!!

The Most Important Films

A listener wrote in asking, "what 5 films would you show an alien from your lifetime to explain the importance of film." And we've answered!  Find out!   Send your questions to fee...

‘Cry Macho‘

One of Hollywood's oldest and most prolific directors returns in 2021 with Cry Macho!  We look at Clint's icon status and his long career as a director and actor, and decide whethe...

This week it's another Michael Mann film! His latest, "Blackhat" was a huge box office bomb. But how does it compare to last week's masterpiece?  Then, we look inward at our own pe...

Ohhh no!  Is there a more divisive movie among the Get Your Film Fix boys? Lee and Chapin look at Michael Mann's 2006 Miami Vice, an adaptation of the iconic TV show he helped brin...

Quick Fix #13

This week we review the new film from one of our most talked about filmmakers!  No Sudden Move is Steven Sodebergh's second release on HBO MAX in less than a year.  A return to for...

Probably the most culturally important film of our lifetimes, this week we revisit James Cameron's Titanic! Is it one of the great movies? Or does it sink before reaching port?   F...

This one hits close to home. Shot while Jeremy and Chapin were living in Boston, The Departed won Martin Scorsese his only Oscar so far.  But did he deserve it? Does the Boston cri...

The 2021 Fixies | Part 2

Part 2 is here! We cover: Best Actor Best Actress Best Director Best Picture !!!!!!!!!

The 2021 Fixies | Part 1

It's finally here!!  The first of our two-part award show.  We cover: Best cinematography Best screenplay Best supporting actor Best supporting actress  

The Father is finally here and just in time for Fixie consideration! The Oscar nominated film from playwright Florian Zoller (adapted from his play) has met much critical acclaim. ...

The Father is finally here and just in time for Fixie consideration!  The Oscar nominated film from playwright Florian Zeller (adapted from his play) has met much critical acclaim....

20 years ago, A Beautiful Mind won Best Picture and Best Director at the Academy Awards, the true manifestation of our Ron Howard Oscar machine theory. But is this the nice guy dir...

The people have spoken. We received a petition at Feedback@GetYourFilmFixPodcast.com signed by 200,000 people to review Zack Snyder's Justice League. Yet, Jeremy refused. So this w...

We're kicking off our new series "The Great Movies" this week with a look back at our birth year in Amadeus, the winner of Best Picture in 1984 and one of our favorites.    Feedbac...

'Ali' | 20th Anniversary

Our 20th Anniversary series is back this week with Michael Mann's Ali, starring Will Smith as the legendary boxer. We analyze the film as one of the few biopics one of us likes, Je...

'The Nest'

It's a slow burn this week on the pod!  We saw The Nest, directed by Sean Durkin. We discuss the film's slow reveals and it's inevitable conclusion, plus the two critically acclaim...

"Minari'

This week we watched Best Foreign Language film Golden Globe winner Minari. We discuss the film's similarity to Nomadland, both films' take on the American Dream and much more!   S...

Another podcast this week as we look at Shaka King's Judas and the Black Messiah available on HBO MAX!  We discuss the film's relationship to Martin Scorsese's The Departed and wea...

'Nomadland'

This week on the podcast we dive head first into Fixie season with a look at Chloé Zhao's Nomadland. We discuss Zhao's unique process and how the film forgoes traditional storytell...

This week, after months in quarantine, we look at the first movie conceived entirely during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Oh yay.  But, Sam Levinson (Euphoria) brings us an interesting f...

This week Chapin and Lee have their eyes out for a Promising Young Woman, starring GYFF favorite Carey Mulligan!  The film, directed by Emerald Fennell, today was nominated for sev...

This week Jeremy and Chapin review Ammonite starring Kate Winslet and Saiorse Ronan. We discuss it's similarities to another poignant film we reviewed last year and how their simil...

This week Lee and Chapin examine yet another film featuring America's dad.  Tom Hanks reunites with Captain Phillips director Paul Greengrass for this post-Civil War western.  We c...

It's a double feature for troubled times!  We look at two serious films this week with Pieces of a Woman and The Assistant, the first a harrowing examination of a woman's life turn...

For the first time ever, we review an animated film on the Get Your Film Fix Podcast!  Disney made the radical decision to release Pixar's Soul on Disney+ on Christmas Day, after d...

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