My wife Sue and I talk about a funny movie that you might have missed, The Internship with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson. These guys have a great chemistry on screen together. Add to that a terrific supporting cast and script and you have a movie that's a lot of fun.
"The Blazer" is back! Brian Berkowitz and I discuss a movie written by the great Aaron Sorkin and directed by the great Rob Reiner, A Few Good Men. Great performances by Jack Nicholson, Tom Cruise, and Demi Moore with an excellent supporting cast that includes Kevin Bacon and Kevin Pollack. facebook.com/screenfacts
My lovely wife, Sue joins me for trivia and a discussion about the very funny Sandra Bullock / Melissa McCarthy film The Heat. We also talk about why it's important for movies with strong female leads to score at the box office. facebook.com/screenfacts @jasondavisvoice firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Berkowitz joins me for a talk about The Sandlot. We also share childhood memories of baseball. Plus, find out the Blazer's secret to carrying on a conversation about sports without really being a fan. facebook.com/screenfacts @jasondavisvoice email@example.com
This week, my wife Sue and I continue baseball month with a discussion and trivia about A League Of Their Own. We also discuss the importance of the Bechdel Test and why Madonna should get over herself. facebook.com/screenfacts @jasondavisvoice firstname.lastname@example.org
With the new Pee Wee Herman movie now available on Netflix, my buddy Erik Reitz and I thought it was a good time to discuss the classic Pee Wee's Big Adventure. facebook.com/screenfacts, @jasondavisvoice, and email@example.com if you want to comment.
WARNING: This episode contains many bad words and is not for the easily offended. The Blazer is back! Brian "Blaze" Berkowitz and I discuss the very funny 2008 comedy, Role Models. facebook.com/screenfacts, @jasondavisvoice, firstname.lastname@example.org
My good friend, Erik Reitz and I discuss the 1981 classic Mel Brooks film, History of the World Part 1. "It's good to be the King" Share your thoughts at facebook.com/screenfacts, Tweet @JasonDavisVoice or e-mail:email@example.com
My wife, Sue joins me for round 3 of Hughesapalooza. This time we discuss Planes Trains and Automobiles. Comments or questions? facebook.com/screenfacts, @jasondavisvoice on Twitter or firstname.lastname@example.org
My wife Sue is back to celebrate Hughesapalooza with me as we discuss Uncle Buck, our favorite John Candy movie and one of many collaborations with John Hughes. Join the conversation at facebook.com/screenfacts, tweet @jasondavisvoice or email@example.com
This month we'll celebrate the films of John Hughes. We start Hughesapalooza with 1st time guest, Monique Balsamo and our favorite John Hughes film, Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Questions or comments? Visit facebook.com/screenfacts, tweet @jasondavisvoice or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm excited to welcome my good friend, Erik Reitz to the podcast for the first time to discuss Fast Times At Ridgemont High. Not only do you learn some fun trivia, but you get to hear two middle age men instantly transform back to teenagers as we talk about this classic from the 80s.
On this week's episode, my buddy Tim Donnelly and I invite you to "look closer" at Best Picture Oscar winner, American Beauty. Please visit facebook.com/screenfacts if you would like to comment or e-mail email@example.com.
Just let your Soul Glo and enjoy the trivia and discussion as my buddy Brian Berkowitz and I revisit the classic Eddie Murphy comedy, Coming To America. Share your comments at facebook.com/screenfacts.
For the first episode of 2016 my brother Dan joins me for a conversation and trivia about a cult comedy classic, This Is Spinal Tap. Dan also shares road stories from his days as a tour manager for several rock bands and we pay tribute to a Heavy Metal legend, the late Motorhead frontman, Lemmy.
With Christmas less than 2 weeks away, my wife Sue, friend Joe and I start the celebration early with fun facts and a discussion about a holiday classic, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. Join the conversation at facebook.com/screenfacts
My wife Sue and stepson Tommy help me wrap up the Screen Facts Star Wars Extravaganza with a discussion and trivia about Return of the Jedi.
The Screen Facts Star Wars trilogy of podcasts continues. Gabe Fieramosco joins me to discuss our favorite of the films, The Empire Strikes Back. Some fun trivia, speculation of Luke's role in The Force Awakens and more!
With the release of The Force Awakens less than a month away, it's time for us to rediscover the movies that started it all. My wife Sue and stepson, Tommy join me for a discussion and trivia about Star Wars.
Since it's election week, my wife Sue and I discuss a political satire film, The Campaign with Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis. Since we think a lot of people might have missed this very funny film, we don't give too much away during the discussion.
My brother from another mother, Tim Donnelly joins me for a conversation about the Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita classic, The Karate Kid. Admit it, you tried the Crane Technique too! Some fun trivia and an inspirational story make this a great episode.
The "Blazer" is back with me to discuss a movie that's close to our hearts, Rock Star with Mark Wahlberg, Jennifer Aniston and a bunch of actual rock stars. If you're a fan of 80s Hard Rock or ever dreamed of being on stage in front of thousands of fans, you probably love this movie as much as we do.
My wife Sue and I go back to 1979 for Steve Martin's first starring role, The Jerk. Steve's comedic brilliance is on full display in this classic comedy. We have a lot of fun talking about this one. We hope you have as much fun listening!
I'm joined by a new guest this week, Joe Ferriero. We discuss Spaceballs, the 1987 classic from the legendary Mel Brooks. The new Star Wars film will be in theaters in just a few months. Enjoy some fun facts and laughs with us about this great parody of the original trilogy.
My wife Sue joins me for another episode. This time we discuss one of the all time great Steven Spielberg films, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. If you haven't seen it in a while, you'll be surprised how much you missed and how much you still love this movie.
My buddy Tim Donnelly joins me again for a discussion about the 1996 film, That Thing You Do! written and directed by and starring Tom Hanks, Take a trip back to the summer of 1964 with this fun film about the rise of a rock band during a more innocent time.
My buddy, Brian "Blaze" Berkowitz (www.berklaw.com) returns to join me in a discussion about Beverly Hills Cop, the movie that brought Eddie Murphy to a whole new level of stardom and greatness back in 1984. Share your memories of this great movie by tweeting me, @JasonDavisVoice or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We'll be taking a break next week, but will return with another new episode on Wednesday, August 26th. As we prepare for our own time off, my wife Sue and I discuss 1983's National Lampoon's Vacation. Please join us on that 'holiday road.'
I'm excited to welcome my Brother from Another Mother, Tim Donnelly to the podcast this week. We discuss a movie that's easily in our top 5 of all time, The Shawshank Redemption starring Morgan Freeman and Tim Robbins and directed by Frank Darabont.
This week, my wife Sue and I take you behind the scenes of one of the funniest movies ever, 1980's Airplane! with plenty of fun facts and great quotes. Enjoy! YouTube video with comparisons of Airplane! and Zero Hour!: https://youtu.be/-BjU-e01zQ4
This week's episode of Screen Facts takes a look at a movie that features Michael Keaton in his breakthrough role, the 1982 comedy, Night Shift. My good friend, Brian "Blaze" Berkowitz (www.berklaw.com) and I give you the details about this fun comedy directed by Ron Howard.