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Jeremy and Chapin gather to discuss the future of film production after the COVID-19 outbreak.  What will film sets look like?  Will they be safe?  How will production companies mo...

It's back to the year 2000 again for it's most popular film worldwide, the sequel to the 1996 hit, Mission Impossible 2.  We break down this wildly silly film directed by Hong Kong...

Lee, Chapin and Jeremy talk about the news of a 'Scarface' reboot and some reflections on the 'Requiem for a Dream' podcast. 

We continue our look back at the Year 2000 in film with Darren Aronofsky's stylish psychological thriller Requiem for a Dream. We discuss the film's hammering style, Aronofsky's ef...

Guns, cocaine, cigars...just another night in at the library...not.  We're off the boat from Cuba and stepping foot in 1980s Miami, looking back at Brian De Palma's beloved Scarfac...

Bare with us, it's only Jeremy and Lee this week, BUT they are attending a film festival!  Well, an online one. A selection of feature and short films were featured on Prime Video ...

Continuing our "Just F-ing Watch It" series this week, Jeremy, Lee and Chapin go into The Zone with Andrei Tarkovsky's Stalker. As our first experience with perhaps the USSR's most...

We've been waiting on this one for a while!  Cameron Crowe's autobiographical journey through 1970s Rock 'n Roll certainly holds a place in many people's hearts.  But can Jeremy, C...

A NEW movie.  At last!  Eliza Hittman's new drama Never Rarely Sometimes Always hits VOD in the wake of theater closures and is available to rent for $20. We look at the film's app...

Another quick fix, weekend edition.  Chapin uses quarantine to catch up on the 26 year old British comedy that launched Richard Curtis and Hugh Grant's career.  

Get your paintbrushes out, we're traveling back to 18th century France this week with Céline Sciamma's Portrait of a Lady on Fire.  We discuss the highly acclaimed film, specifical...

The Wine Episode

Lee, our resident wine expert, takes us on a journey through Oregon, Italy and France and somehow connects the world of wine to the world of cinema!  Enjoy with your favorite tippl...

It's Jeremy and Chapin on the Quick Fix today, talking COVID-19's effect on the movie industry and tax incentives.  Also, some listener feedback! Keep it coming!   Feedback@getyour...

Terrence Malick has been a filmmaker we've talked a lot about but haven't reviewed one of his film's since 2011's The Tree of Life.  The reclusive director returned to a more (rela...

Lee and Chapin together again to give their thoughts on quarantine and a couple listener questions from Instagram. 

In our first week of quarantine, we take a look back at cinema's most famous depiction of solitude Robert Zemeckis' Cast Away.  We debate Tom Hank's Oscar nominated performance (is...

Lee and Chapin chat quickly about Rounders, Donnie Brasco, Uncut Gems and Contagion.

Damien Chazelle's 2014 breakout indie Whiplash earned J.K. Simmons an Academy Award and thrust the young director into the spotlight. Jeremy, Chapin and Lee look at the little film...

Ridley Scott's Gladiator was one of 2000's most successful and awarded films, leaving the Oscars with Best Picture and Best Actor.  But how has Maximus aged in the last 20 years?  ...

Nerd alert!  This week, Chapin is joined by special guest Kevin Glenn to break down all 11 theatrical Star Wars films in (dis)honor of the release of The Rise of Skywalker.  Hold o...

We kick off our 20th anniversary series with one of our favorites from the year 2000 High Fidelity!  Starring and co-written by Jon Cusack, this flick brings back old memories and ...

Best Actor!  Best Actress!  Best Director!  BEST PICTURE!  The second part of our Fixie Award show, counting down the Top 10 movies of 2019!  Enjoy!   Let us know what you think - ...

It's finally here!  Our breakdown of the best of 2019 in cinema.  Part 1 covers Best Cinematography, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Screenplay!  Enjoy!    

It's the height of Fixie season and somehow we snuck in time to review the decade!  We use the dreaded Oscars as a kickoff point to look back at the last ten years in film and try ...

Our old segment "just F-ing watch it" returns! This week we go back to 1959's Rio Bravo directed by Howard Hawks starring the Duke himself, John Wayne.  Then we count down the wors...

Can three grown men like a film called Little Women?! Of course they can!  But do they loooove it??  Find out!  We break down Greta Gerwig's adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's novel...

We're doing this podcast in one take!  This week we went all the way back to 1917 directed by Sam Mendes to get a message to our listeners.  Turns out, we're like England and Germa...

This week, Lee and Chapin are shopping in the diamond district for some Uncut Gems! We dive into Sandler's acclaimed performance and the young Safdie brothers, before finally wrapp...

The holidays are over and we're back, baby!  We get religious this week with Netflix's The Two Popes, a serious contender this award season.  And then we count down our Top 5 most ...

This week, Chapin and Lee go back to the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta to check out Richard Jewell directed by Clint Eastwood.  We discuss the new film and Eastwood's extraordinary prol...

Noah Baumbach's latest film has received a wave of nominations and accolades this week, but did Marriage Story win our hearts?  We then countdown our Top 5 Worst Marriages in film....

Rian Johnson's Knives Out has surprised critics and moviegoers alike with its irreverent take on the whodunit genre, but the question on everybody's lips is, "what do the Get Your ...

Start your engines, folks!  We're off to France (or is it Italy?) with James Mangold's Ford v Ferrari (or Le Mans '66 for some of our international friends)!  We discuss Mangold's ...

'The Irishman'

Scorsese! De Niro! Pacino!  Pesci!  Romano!  They're all here!  This week on the pod we review our most anticipated film of 2019, The Irishman.  We discuss our thoughts on the film...

It's Palme d'Or time, baby!  This week we're going subterranean with Bong Joon-ho's Parasite, the winner of the Cannes Film Festival's highest honor this year.  We discuss the film...

In space, nobody can hear your podcast!  So good thing you're on Earth, because this week we're looking waaaaay back at 1979's Sci-Fi masterpiece Alien, directed by Sir Ridley Scot...

Another game changing film from 1999!  The Blair Witch Project shocked audiences and critics alike 20 years ago, but how does it hold up today?  We bring in horror expert/connoisse...

Lol!  The Joker's back!  We're on top of it this week with an on-time review of Todd Phillips' controversial Joker!  The film leaves us divided to say the least and that disagreeme...

'Ad Astra'

A couple weeks late to the celestial party that is James Gray's Ad Astra, but we've reviewed it and we've got some diverging takes!  We move on to two compelling emails from listen...

We Three Kings be stealing the gold this week as we jump back to the best year in cinema again to revisit David O. Russell's action-packed and highly lauded film.  Then, we revisit...

It's 1999 again, possibly the best year ever for cinema, and we're examining that year's second-highest grossing film, M. Night Shyamalan's The Sixth Sense.  After a detailed decon...

We got a very thoughtful email from a listener this week and had to record a follow up to our podcast on Tarantino's latest.  We get in to some of the controversy surrounding the f...

It's the summer of '69 and things are heating up!  We FINALLY got to see one of our favorite directors (Quentin Tarantino) and favorite stars (Leonardo DiCaprio) team up again in o...

We answer a fan email about "The Matrix" podcast.  Check it out!

'Midsommar'

It's just Lee and Chapin on today's pod, as we dig deep on Ari Aster's Midsommar and it's genre-bending tactics.  There's no Top 5 this week, so let us know your thoughts at feedba...

Beatlesmania hits the Get Your Film Fix podcast this week with Danny Boyle's Yesterday.  After Chapin makes a surprising confession, we wrap the pod up with our Top Five songs sung...

Welcome to the real world!  We're unplugging (or plugging in?) and going back to 1999 (again) to analyze arguably the most influential movie of that year, The Matrix!  We dive into...

Episode 135 'Booksmart'

This week we review Olivia Wilde's directorial debut film Booksmart, starring Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein!  Then we wrap it all up with our Top 5 Female Friendships.  

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