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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.

49 Episodes
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Shea Serrano are sent from the future to stop an indestructible cyborg and save humanity so we can revisit James Cameron’s 1984 hit ‘The Terminator,’ starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Michael Biehn, and Linda Hamilton.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and Brian Koppelman join John Rambo in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest to wage war against their pursuers as they gear up for ‘First Blood,’ starring Sylvester Stallone, Richard Crenna, and Brian Dennehy.
The Ringer’s Chris Ryan and Andy Greenwald know that Custer died at Little Bighorn. What this podcast presupposes is ... maybe he didn't. We dive into Wes Anderson’s 2001 hit ‘The Royal Tenenbaums,' starring Gene Hackman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Stiller, Luke Wilson, and Owen Wilson.
Bill Simmons, Mallory Rubin, and Mina Kimes really want you to leave but don’t know how to say it without sounding like a dick. We revisit the 2011 hit comedy ‘Bridesmaids,’ starring Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Rose Byrne, and Melissa McCarthy.
‘Mr. Holland’s Opus’ With Bill Simmons, Sean Fennessey, and Van Lathan The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Sean Fennessey, and Van Lathan take a seat in Mr Holland’s music-appreciation class to rewatch the 1995 drama “Mr. Holland's Opus,’ starring Richard Dreyfuss, Glenne Headly, and Jean Louisa Kelly.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and Chris Ryan have forgotten everything about this podcast and must discover its true identity by rewatching ‘The Bourne Identity,’ starring Matt Damon, Franka Potente, and Chris Cooper.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Amanda Dobbins, and Liz Kelly join Kelly Canter on the tour bus as they revisit the 2010 drama ‘Country Strong’ starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Garrett Hedlund, Leighton Meester, and Tim McGraw
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Ryen Russillo, and Kyle Brandt “put the women and children to bed and go lookin' for dinner” after rewatching the 1993 sports drama ‘The Program,’ starring Craig Sheffer, Omar Epps, James Caan, and Halle Berry.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons takes a young stockbroker named Brian Koppelman under his wing to teach him the tricks of the trade. We take the subway to downtown Manhattan to revisit the 1987 Oliver Stone film ‘Wall Street,’ starring Charlie Sheen, Michael Douglas, and Martin Sheen.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Van Lathan are hired to uncover whether the very podcast they are on is real or just smoke and mirrors. We revisit the 1999 mystery thriller ‘8MM’ starring Nicolas Cage, James Gandolfini, and Joaquin Phoenix.
The Ringer’s Chris Ryan and Sean Fennessey and ESPN’s Mina Kimes made their parents disappear after rewatching the 1990 classic ‘Home Alone’ starring Macaulay Culkin, Catherine O'Hara, and Joe Pesci.
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
Comments (231)

Louise Wainwright

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

Jan 21st

Joey Blessing

Mr Holland's Orifice works too

Dec 29th

Chris Wright

every week I check for dumb and dumber

Nov 12th

Richard Mitosis

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

Oct 14th
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Richard Mitosis

please don't promote's destroying our country slowly

Oct 12th


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

Vince Ogletree


Sep 1st

daniel urwand

you guys should do Munich!

Aug 31st

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

Michael Hedrick

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

Aug 25th

Rick Abel

Maggie is the daughter of the head greens keeper. The one Carl works for.

Aug 25th

Brandon B

How about Scent of a Woman? I wanna hear Bill say 'I'd take a FLAMETHROWER to this place!!!!!!

Aug 17th

Victoria Rendon

Haha! I'm a chick and the first movie I bought was Reservoir Dogs. I liked Ghost but fucking HATED Dirty Dancing. Ick.

Aug 12th

Abdullah ÖZDEMİR


Aug 11th

Nicole Bétournay

Dom's explanation of the team is my favourite scene! Most rewatachble for sure, I love the breakdown.

Jul 23rd

Dermot Tiernan

love the pod Any love for Miami Blues?

Jul 14th

Rick Abel

This movie was always cringey to me. Too much of a try-hard film. Was shocked by how many of my friends liked it (and quoted lines from it all the time). It reminded me of The Wild Life movie that came out in 1984 (the spiritual sequel to Fast Times). Filled with good talent but just the dumbest story/screenplay. Great podcast. Entertaining as always. Makes me want to see it again to see if any of my feelings have changed.

Jul 12th

Hel Kel

You guys crack me up. Re-election campaign, Bono, Ben Gardiner’s head! That would be an awful but always recognizable Halloween mask.

Jul 9th

historynerd88 b w

Clooney was amazing in Syriana.

Jul 7th
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