Kevin and Doug review "Blinded by the Light" A film about the music of Bruce Springsteen changing the world. Well, at least the world of Javed. A young man stuck in the middle of Luton, England. Kevin was already a huge Springsteen fan, and Doug was no stranger to the Boss. Does their love of the Bruce translate when it becomes the center of the cinema? Listen and find out.
On this weeks episode Kevin and Doug step into the world of Danny Boyle where the Beatles Never existed as they review “Yesterday” the film. Kevin hasn’t loved Boyle’s films the way the rest of the world seems to and Dougie was unfamiliar with the directors particular palate. Can the duo find favor with the film or will it go into the bins of yesterdays forgotten films? Listen and find out.
On This Episode we cover the new film from the always controversial Quentin Tarantino, “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt take very different approaches to their careers in the film and Kevin and Dougie have very different reactions to the film. Who do you agree with? Listen and find out!
Welcome back to “One Brew Over the Cuckoos Nest.” Kevin and Doug took a small hiatus to celebrate the joys of summer with their families but are back with a review of “Late Night” written by and starring Mindy Kaling and also starring Emma Thompson. Kevin and Doug also present you with a host favorite segment of One Brew Two.
In this weeks episode Kevin and Doug discuss 2 comedies from 2019. The first film they discuss is “Long Shot” starring Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron. In the second act they cover Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut “Booksmart” starring Kaitlyn Dever and Beanie Feldstein. Comedy is one of the toughest genres to appeal to all generations, and humor in itself is subjective to different types of taste. Can these two raunchy comedies close the gap and hit all the funny bones in all the right places? listen and find out.
Kevin and Doug discuss John Wick 3. The third installment in the unbelievably bankable trilogy. This week includes a brand new segment of dissimilar films to watch and a very special visit at the end of the episode.
On this week we review the second film in our series "The Year of Scorsese." Paul Newman and Tom Cruise star in "The Color of Money" directed by Martin Scorsese. Kevin and Doug reflect on the style of Scorsese. Will they respect it and love it as much as they did "Taxi Driver"? Listen and find out.
On this weeks episode Kevin and Dougie discuss the worlds biggest movie EVER! After more than a decade and over twenty films later the Marvel Cinematic Universe has wrapped up an iconic filmography ending what they call phase 3. What is to come in the future is yet to be decided, but Kevin and Doug give their opinions on what has been done in the past. They discuss their opinions on the film itself and also give a list of their three favorite movies that the franchise has given us so far…
Dougie and Kevin discuss the new film from 2019 “Shazam!” starring Zachary Levi. One host left refreshed, and one host felt the film was “fun” but a bit stale. The hosts bring back a favorite segment playing “One Brew Two” and give the listeners some extra credit films to watch.
In October 1941 a few months before “A date that will live in infamy” (Pearl Harbor), Disney releases a animated feature about a cute little elephant with jumbo ears that can fly. 77 years later Tim Burton gives the property a make over. On this weeks episode Kevin and Dougie discuss whether that was a good idea or a bad idea.
“Bonnie and Clyde” came out in the year 1967. 52 years later Netflix produced the other side of the story “The Highwaymen.” Both films have cast wonderful actors at the films core, but they have very different goals for what they are trying to sell the audience. On this weeks episode Kevin and Doug dive into both films and find themselves on different sides of the law.
On this weeks episode we talk about “Taxi Driver” starring Robert De Niro. It is the first installment of our 10 film marathon from director Martin Scorsese. We also review the newest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Captain Marvel.” Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson star as a comedic duo that save the planet and a cat along the way.
It is finally time. Today’s episode is The Frothys. The awards show that everyone has been waiting for with bated breath. Kevin and Dougie give you their own top ten films of 2018 and then off to the awards picked by you the listeners. The clips from the films are available on Youtube and the Frothys theme music was written and performed by Kevin.
This episode is full of twists and turns and plenty of buttons being pushed. Kevin and Dougie discuss the new superhero film from Sony “Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse”. This episode also includes a segment of Picture Perfect where the hosts pick out their most memorable image from the film.
On this weeks episode Kevin and Dougie review the Mark Wahlberg, and Rose Byrne family comedy “Instant Family” and then they finish the show with a Coen Brother’s chaser as they review the straight to Netflix film “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs.” Two very different types of films for two very different types of taste. Will the hosts be able to find something to agree on? Listen and find out.
On this weeks show Kevin and Dougie cover the winner of the 2019 Golden Globes Best Picture Comedy. Green Book. Green Book stars two of Kevin’s favorite actors Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen, as a Doctor Shirley and Tony Lip as they venture on a road trip through the deep south in 1962. Also a brand new segment Dougie’s “Fact or Fubar!”
Merry Christmas from One Brew Over The Cuckoo's Nest! On this weeks Episode Kevin is joined by his two daughters five year old Gracie and three year old Avery. Gracie and Kevin discuss the newest Film version of Dr. Seuss's The Grinch and Avery and Kevin discuss the Christmas episode of her favorite TV series The Octonauts.
On this weeks episode Kevin and Doug travel back in time as they search for gold and travel with two dangerous brothers who are Sisters. They discuss the film the Sisters Brothers starring Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly. Enjoy the show.
In this weeks episode Kevin and Dougie discuss “A Star is Born” starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. Kevin gives it his best shot at becoming and star and both the hosts do their best to steal the voice of the great Sam Elliot.
On this weeks episode Kevin and Doug have their first fight. The first fight over “First man” directed by Damien Chazelle. Sometimes you need a little Ryan Gosling to spice up the relationship.