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John and Johnny look at the new Too Soon to Die and the filmography of James Bond.

In a Mashup of It's Movie Time and Cinema Classics, we discuss both the new Bond movie and James Bond.

Back Talk (produced by It’s Movie Time)

Film Reviewed on Podcast: No Time to Die

by host John DeSando and guest, Johnny DiLoretto

Back Talk (produced by It’s Movie Time) is an extension of the long-running, award-winning movie review show It's Movie Time, which airs Fridays at 3:01 and 8:01 PM on WCBE 90.5 FM, Columbus, Ohio. Hosted by John DeSando, the podcast version features additional content and banter with guests.

John and Kevin find this is one of star Jake Gyllenhaal's best thrillers.

Back Talk (produced by It’s Movie Time)

Film Reviewed on Podcast: The Guilty

by host John DeSando and guest, Kevin Carr

Back Talk (produced by It’s Movie Time) is an extension of the long-running, award-winning movie review show It's Movie Time, which airs Fridays at 3:01 and 8:01 PM on WCBE 90.5 FM, Columbus, Ohio. Hosted by John DeSando, the podcast version features additional content and banter with guests.

Old Henry

Oct 16, 2021

A new old western evocative of Unforgiven with suspense and heart. On Prime.

It's a powerful epic set 600 years ago but as timely as Harvey Weinstein.

Big Bad Wolves

Oct 13, 2021

From the same filmmakers as Gunpowder Milkshake, this thriller-satire is worth the admission to Prime.

John and Johnny share their appeciation of the new James Bond film with It's Movie time.

It's Movie Time Oct 8, '21 The Guilty

Oct 7, 2021

John and Kevin enjoy this Netflix original.

James Bond Will Return, as a title card at the end of each of the 25 EON Productions Bond films released since the Kennedy Administration has promised. Daniel Craig will not.

The Guilty

Oct 6, 2021

A challenging evening with Netflix in control.

John and Johnny discuss young director, James Wan, whose Saw made millions.

John/Wayne praise Jessica Chastain's star turn as Tammy Faye.

John/Wayne love this biopic especially for Jessica Chastain's star turn as Tammy Faye.

John and Johnny extend their Cinema Classics' discussion about Saw director James Wan.

John and Johnny mash up Paul Schrader and Oscar Isaac from The Card Counter.

The Eyes of Tammy Faye

Sep 25, 2021

A rousing biopic with the best female performance of the year.

John/Wayne extend their It's Movie Time discussion of Eastwood's Cry Macho.

It's Movie Time Sept 24, '21 Cry Macho

Sep 23, 2021

John/Wayne assess the Clint Eastwood neo-western Cry Macho.

Inspired by Cry Macho, the boys extend their Cinema Classics discussion of Clint Eastwood.

John and Johnny survey Clint Eastwood's oeuvre in light of his newest, Cry Macho.

Cry Macho

Sep 19, 2021

It's classic Eastwood with modern touches. Hearty and engaging.

John and Mary disagree about the film's greatness, but Mary at least likes Isaac's performance. John is all in for the film.

John and Johnny admire the career of Michael Keaton and docudramas.

John loves The Card Counter--Mary not so much.

The Alpinist

Sep 12, 2021

Free Solo climbing was never so alluring and dangerous as it is in this outstanding doc. In theaters.

The Card Counter

Sep 10, 2021

One of the best films of the year and one of the best peformances. Worth going back to the theaters.

A joy to behold: Marvel does it again: Marvelous fantasy adventure.

Michael Keaton has had a successful career, some of it in docudramas.

9/11: It's Movie Time Sept 10, '21 Worth

Sep 9, 2021

John and Mindy talk about Netflix's dramatic docudrama, Worth.

Hugh Jackman and other middle-aged actors must find their memorable places in the pantheon of greatness.

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