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The Rewatchables

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'The Rewatchables,' the newest film podcast from the Ringer Podcast Network, features HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and a roundtable of people from The Ringer universe discussing movies they can’t seem to stop watching.
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Gerald Caraway

Why does Gabrielle Union look the same age in this movie as she does now?

Sep 5th
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Ian

Goddamn did they really have to do 4 iterations of that speech?

Sep 4th
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Joseph Shinji Leis

What a let down... This episode was nowhere near as good as what they normally do

Sep 1st
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Lee Price

what about Mad Max 2? biggest improvement on the original sequel ever! plus best chase film ever!

Aug 28th
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Rusty Pasini

Need to do Hunt for Red October at some point.

Aug 25th
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Joshua Gutierrez

Wedding Crashers is an underrated comedy gem from the early 2000s'. The combination of raunchy humor and quotable lines make this movie an enjoyable guilty pleasure!

Aug 22nd
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Rick Jones

Horrible. 30 min of three dudes sitting around and apologizing for laughing during the movie. Pathetic

Aug 18th
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Lee Price

My Best Friends... please tell the ladies to exercise some volume control and to stop screeching. Great podcasts bar that.

Aug 13th
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Sagan Medvec

This is the Apex Mountain episode of Rewatchables. Amazing!

Aug 2nd
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Ian Raymond

Love this podcast, you should deffinetly do an episode on Armageddon. Have had numerous coversations with friends about its rewatchability for years!

Jul 30th
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Tyler Walsh

An entire Mission Impossible pod without mentioning the music once?! Love this pod though

Jul 26th
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John Kelly

Forrest Gump podcast lacked two things: a special look at how awful a person Jenny Gump is for a number of things, first and foremost, knowingly risking Forrests health with unprotected sex ("sex" being a kind word for raping a mentally challenged adult); a better choice for Dion Waiters Award. How did this not go to the drill sergeant that was so impressed with Gumps rifle making.

Jul 24th
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Ajax Stifler

Comment below me is comments of the day lmao

Jul 21st
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Lena Jones

The very premise of the podcast is to discuss films the panel are rewatching; this episode seems to feature guests who have barely watched the film just once. Their questions are answered, had they been watching. A rare miss.

Jul 20th
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Joshua Gutierrez

This breakdown of Forrest Gump blew my mind! Even though Forrest Gump can be a little cheesy and corny. It's still one of the best movies of the 90s' because of it's heart and overall positive message of things kind of working out in the end. This movie has always had the potential to just make people feel good!

Jul 19th
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Igor Treyger

Office space!

Jul 12th
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Brian McGuire

wait until dark. when the dude sneaks to the notepad. to light pencil it to read the previous note? all time greatest. #1 much of Cohen's Bros genious is in casting.

Jul 8th
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Brian McGuire

100% agree about the big Lebowski. I'm 72, I watch this movie once a year. I also have a connection to Clint Eastwood movies but not all every so often a great one happens. I love the Dirty Harry movies. but the best is Gran Torrino. could watch once a month. I sat in the back of the luminire (in the Castro). Out of control, screaming get away from the window! while watching blood simple. Cohen Bros. ( not fair ). I also love Jeff Bridges in remake of True Grit. throwing the ashes, best scene

Jul 7th
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Rebekah Miller

the face/off episode is my favorite! I wish all episodes were like that. While I like this podcast I just wanted to point out that the majority of the movies talked about have male actors in the lead roles, and most of them are white male actors. maybe you all could talk about movies that feature female actors and more actors of color? More diversity wouldn't hurt 🤷‍♀️

Jun 10th
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Lee David Brinkley

confused why you keep saying the ship on titanic was CGI. Cameron built the ship 90% to scale and really sank it multiple times. You guys got a lot of "trivia" wrong on that episode.

May 2nd
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