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Author: The Ringer & Bill Simmons

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'The Rewatchables,' a film podcast from the Ringer Podcast Network, features The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and a roundtable of people from the Ringer universe discussing movies they can’t seem to stop watching. Listen to the complete archives of 150-plus movies, including 'The Hangover,' 'Godfather 2,' 'Dunkirk,' 'Creed,' and many more classics, on our special 'Rewatchables' page on The Ringer.

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The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Shea Serrano, and Amanda Dobbins commit a run-by fruiting as they rewatch the 1993 classic ‘Mrs. Doubtfire,’ starring Robin Williams, Sally Field, and Pierce Brosnan.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Sean Fennessey, and Chris Ryan come out of retirement to search for the Tooth Fairy as we revisit Michael Mann’s ‘Manhunter,’ starring William Petersen, Brian Cox, and Dennis Farina.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and Chris Ryan are getting too old for this shit. They revisit the 1987 classic ‘Lethal Weapon,’ starring Danny Glover, Mel Gibson, and Gary Busey.
You better bring The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Sean Fennessey, and Chris Ryan their money or you will wear your ass as a hat. We head to the streets of Chicago to rewatch Michael Mann’s first theatrical film, ‘Thief,’ starring James Caan, Tuesday Weld, and Robert Prosky.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Shea Serrano, and Kyle Brandt sneak out of a flight to Val Verde to record the 1985 action classic ‘Commando,’ starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Rae Dawn Chong, and Bill Duke.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Sean Fennessey, and Chris Ryan realize it’s not the house that’s haunted, it’s the pod. They head deep into the Further to rewatch the chilling horror film ‘Insidious,’ starring Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, and Ty Simpkins.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Sean Fennessey, and Chris Ryan revisit Spike Lee’s 2006 crime drama ‘Inside Man’ starring Denzel Washington, Clive Owen, Jodie Foster, and Christopher Plummer. Why? Beyond the obvious financial motivation, it's exceedingly simple ... because they can.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Van Lathan, and Logan Murdock are talkin' about combinating and consolidating as they revisit the 1991 crime drama ‘New Jack City,’ starring Wesley Snipes, Ice-T, Allen Payne, and Chris Rock.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and Chris Ryan are joined by Klosterman to head to the desert and open up their minds as they revisit the 1991 biopic ‘The Doors,’ starring Val Kilmer, Meg Ryan, and Kyle MacLachlan.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Sean Fennessey, and Chris Ryan politely request that the guys at Sigma Nu keep it down as they revisit the 2014 comedy ‘Neighbors,’ starring Seth Rogen, Rose Byrne, Zac Efron, and Dave Franco.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and Chris Ryan feel the heat around the corner and decide to rewatch the movie that started 'The Rewatchables,' the L.A. crime thriller 'Heat,' starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, directed by Michael Mann.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Ryen Russillo think they’re betta than you as they revisit the Boston classic ‘The Town’ directed by and starring Ben Affleck, and featuring Jeremy Renner and Jon Hamm.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Sean Fennessey relive the glory days as they rewatch the 2003 comedy ‘Old School,’ starring Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn, and Will Ferrell.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Sean Fennessey and Chris Ryan to make you an offer you can’t refuse as they honor one of the greatest films in American cinema history, ‘The Godfather,’ starring Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, and Robert Duvall.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, Sean Fennessey are gonna need a bigger boat to celebrate the 1975 Academy Award–winning shark-attack thriller starring Roy Scheider and Richard Dreyfuss and directed by Steven Spielberg.
With their hoodies and f***-you flip-flops, HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Sean Fennessey, and Chris Ryan “aren’t coming back for 30 percent”—they are coming back to recap and celebrate 2010's ‘The Social Network,’ starring Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, and Justin Timberlake; directed by David Fincher; and written by Aaron Sorkin.
The Ringer’s Juliet Litman and David Shoemaker celebrate the release of Ringer Films' ‘Andre the Giant’ documentary on HBO by revisiting the 1987 classic fairy-tale adventure ‘The Princess Bride,’ starring Andre The Giant, Cary Elwes, and Robin Wright and directed by Rob Reiner.
The Ringer’s Chris Ryan, Justin Charity, and Lindsay Zoladz are not miracle workers, they’re janitors looking to delve into ‘Michael Clayton,’ the 2007 legal thriller starring George Clooney and Tilda Swinton and directed by Tony Gilroy.
The Ringer’s Jason Concepcion, Mallory Rubin, Sean Fennessey, and Andrew Gruttadaro dream big and embark on the ambitious task of recording a podcast within a podcast within a podcast to capture the essence of 'Inception,' Christopher Nolan's 2010 visual spectacle starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen Page, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Ringer web store here
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Sean Fennessey, and K. Austin Collins and The New York Times’ Wesley Morris head to Philly to sprint up and down the Rocky steps and revisit 2015’s instant boxing classic ‘Creed,’ starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone and directed by Ryan Coogler (3:00). They also go deep on Jordan's and Coogler's career choices and the current state of movies (1:03).
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Comments (241)

Rick Abel

Lethal Weapon is a masterpiece. All stars aligning. There is a reason Running Scared is not remembered. It ain’t that good. It felt forced, try hard movie.

Apr 7th
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Shane Martin

Lethal 1 was the best

Apr 6th
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Neil Haupt

I've got a counter for the Juicy Fruit Apex Mountain: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest.

Mar 15th
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Malcolm Tucker

Stone didnt come up with the airport interview scene. It's pretty much shot exactly the same as the actual documentary footage

Mar 3rd
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Diane Thompson

guys, checkout West Wing for one of the things John Amos did after the movie...he was a much loved character Head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Percy Fitzwallace...strength and integrity personified!!!!

Feb 18th
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Jake Byers

you know... I'm glad bill harder is on this podcast.. you know

Feb 10th
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Rick Abel

Roger Ebert did review it with Gene Siskel on their TV show. Roger gave it a thumbs up! Siskel gave it a thumbs down.

Jan 29th
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Andrew Hennings

They also forgot Robert Patrick also reprised the role in Wayne's World 2.

Jan 28th
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Rick Abel

I’m going to be the buzz kill. It is a beautifully crafted movie with a great story. BUT... I did not like the invincible Terminator because the minute I saw him I thought, “wait, they are either going to have to freeze him or throw him in a volcano to kill him.” And both happened. I thought it was lazy story telling in order to support a special affects extravaganza. What would have been better was the same story but identical Arnold-version-Terminators battling against one another. How do two identical Ts battle knowing exactly how each works, thinks, plans, etc. Now that would have been a movie.

Jan 26th
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Louise Wainwright

please, please: office space from 1999. still perfect.

Jan 21st
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Joey Blessing

Mr Holland's Orifice works too

Dec 29th
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Chris Wright

every week I check for dumb and dumber

Nov 12th
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Richard Mitosis

sunshine.....interstellar...better space movies

Oct 14th
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Richard Mitosis

please don't promote tiktok....it's destroying our country slowly

Oct 12th
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K A

why is there suddenly only 52 episodes when there was close to a 150 before?

Oct 2nd
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Hel Kel

Big fan of the show. Wesley needs to stop yelling at us. I get the compassion but, stop yelling at me. 

Sep 20th
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Vince Ogletree

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Sep 1st
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daniel urwand

you guys should do Munich!

Aug 31st
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Rick Abel

I read an interesting tid-bit about how Apatow approaches comedies and to me explains why his movie are long. He said he tends to write comedies as dramas first and then finds the “funny” in the story once complete. I found that angle to be genius and is why I think his comedies work so well. Because he is not writing it from a place of the gag first. Which, if you look at real life, is how most “funny” comes about. It comes out organically from just living life. As always a great podcast! 👏👏

Aug 28th
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Michael Hedrick

So hyped when I seen this one drop. One of my all time fav comedies

Aug 25th
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