Movie Mike's Movie Podcast

Movie Mike's Movie Podcast

Movie Mike’s Movie Podcast is hosted by Mike D who is a writer + producer on The Bobby Bones Show and The BobbyCast where he has been dubbed as the ‘resident movie expert’. Mike is a frequent moviegoer and researcher of movie history. He’s just a guy who loves movies! This podcast will explore the behind-the-scenes of your favorite movies. Everything from horror, animated, superhero, dramas, comedies and more! The show will also feature the latest movie news + rumors and interviews with guests about their favorite movies. Plus, Movie Mike will give his reviews from all the latest movies in theatres. Want more of the podcast? Follow Mike on Twitter + Instagram: @mikedeestro

Episodes

July 26, 2021 42 min
Mike sets up this episode by talking about being a part of Bobby’s wedding and their work relationship turned into a valued friendship over the years. Mike then resists when Bobby Bones sat down with him to talk about his 3 favorite movies from his life which include Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Man on The Moon plus some honorable mentions. Bobby and Mike debate why Thanos from...
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In this episode, Mike asks the questions “What’s your favorite movie from your childhood?”. He gives his Top 5 movies that shaped his childhood based on re-watchability, nostalgia and overall has stood the test of time. Mike also gives spoiler free reviews for Space Jam: A New Legacy (which you can watch on HBO Max or in theaters) and A Quiet Place 2, which is available now on Paramount+ for free.  New Episodes Every Monday! E...
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Billy West has voiced for tons of iconic animated characters from Fry and Zoidberg on Futurama to Bugs Bunny In Space Jam, Doug Funnie, Ren & Stimpy and many more! Mike has been a huge fan of his work since he was a kid and asks him about how he landed on each voice, his warm up process, how he switches gears in his brain to go from one voice to another and if you can copyright a voice. Mike also has two spoiler free reviews th...
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Mike sits down with Amy from the Bobby Bones Show + 4 Things with Amy Brown to talk about her life through movies. Amy shares her favorite movie as a kid, first movie she went to see on a date and her kids favorite movies. Amy also talks about why she recently decided to watch The Terminal with Tom Hanks for the first time even though it came out in 2004. Plus, Amy reveals a story about her ex-boyfriend that’s she’s never share...
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It’s the 50th Anniversary of the original Willy Wonka. Mike has some of the original cast (Peter Ostrum (“Charlie Bucket”), Paris Themman (“Mike Teevee”), Julie Dawn Cole (“Veruca Salt”) and Michael Bollner (“Augustus Gloop”). He asked them myths about the original movie and whether or not there is any truth to them. Like if they all had nightmares after filming the famous tunnel science. Mike and Kelsey review F9 and talk about Mi...
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Mike just watched the 24th Pixar movie and decide to make the ultimate list of rating each in order from best to the worst. He took in consideration which had the most iconic characters, box office numbers, audience scores and overall longevity. He also gives a review of the 24th Pixar film on Disney+ “Luca” and a review of the new Kevin Hart movie “Fatherhood” on Netflix.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.ihear...
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Mike breaks down not only what are the best…but also by the numbers which are the strongest movie trilogies of all-time. He lists the top 5 and what he thinks is the best film of the 3. And speaking of trilogies, Mike reviews The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It which is the 3rd in the franchise and ranks where it lands. In movie news, Mike is excited for the trailer of Ryan Reynolds new comedy action movie and Mike and Kelsey ta...
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Mike and Kelsey answer movie questions sent in my listeners from a wide range of topics from favorite director’s body of work to a movie that was bad but deserves a remake. They also answer some personal questions in regards to their recent marriage. Mike review the new Angelina Jolie movie on HBO Max “Those Who Wish Me Dead” and in movie news: Taylor Swift is getting another chance after he last movie (Cats) fell flat.  New Epi...
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In honor of Mike and Kelsey getting married this weekend…they are breaking down the Most Iconic couples in movies of all-time based on what you voted for online + Mike’s own list. Mike and Kelsey also talk about what they excited for in their wedding this weekend and about writing their own vows. They also talk about the Friends Reunion and what cast member had the best movie career and whether or not a Friends movie would happ...
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Mike is breaking down what he considers to be the Top 5 Zombie movies of all-time. From hour to sci-fi to comedies to romance…It’s a genre that surprisingly has it all! This episode also features a double movie review. Netflix’s Army of the Dead starring Dave Batista who leads a group of people into a zombie quarantine zone to try and pull off a mega-heist. Plus a movie called North Hollywood about a high schooler pursuing his drea...
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Mike talks to actor Michael Peña about his role in “Tom and Jerry” and Mexican movies he watched as a kid that inspired him to be an actor. Mike brings on his brother Rudy to talk about their major movie milestones from each of their lives growing up watching films. They review the new animated Netflix movie The Mitchell’s vs. The Machines and talk about the Knives Out and Venom sequels.  New Episodes Every Monday! Email: MovieMik...
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Mike talks to Director John Lee Hancock about his newest movie The Little Things. He talks about what it was like direction 3 Oscar winning actors: Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto. He gives us a look of what a director does in a day. He also talks about how he approached his movie “The Blindside” on how to stay true to the story and how to make it more compelling. Mike and Kelsey give a review of Without Remorse starri...
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In this episode, Mike breaks down what are considered to be the greatest years in movie history starting from 1939 ‘Hollywood’s Golden Year” to the movies of today. You may not agree with the year he picks…but will respect his reason why. Plus a movie review of the action/drama called Nobody starring Bob Odenkirk of Better Call Saul / Breaking Bad. And a discussion on whether or not we should re-make foreign films after it was anno...
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In this extra episode, Mike breaks down the 2021 Oscars from all the big winners, snubs, surprises and best moments from the show last night. Also, what they got wrong and what made for a really awkward moment in the show. Plus some winners from last night that he recommends are worth a watch.? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Mike gives his list on?franchises he thinks should make a crossover movie. From a Muppets and Toy Story crossover…to Transformer and Pirates of the Caribbean.?Plus a double feature movie review. First up Stowaway starring Anna Kendrick which is about a three-person crew on a mission to Mars faces an impossible choice when an unplanned passenger jeopardizes the lives of everyone on board. And Mike brings on his brother Rudy to talk ...
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Mike brings on two listeners to battle in out in movie trivia! The category is Famous Movie Quotes. Listeners Ashley and Katie battle it out to see who can get the most right to win the prize! Mike gives a movie review of “The Father” which is up for Best Picture at the Oscars next week and then ranks the movies up for Best Picture at the Oscars next week. And in movie news, Mike talks about Pete Davidson being cast in a Joey Ramon...
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Mike rattles off his long list of unpopular movie opinions. From genres he thinks are trash to actors who get much more credit than they deserve. Also movies he think were great despite such harshly negative reviews. Reminder: we can disagree on movie opinions and still be friends! After watching “The Last Blockbuster” on Netflix, which is a documentary about the last remaining location in Bend, Oregon…Mike wonders if anyone really...
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Mike gives 5 comedy recommendations for movies you probably haven’t seen but if you’re looking for some laughs from the 2000s. This week’s movie question with responses you voted for online about the one movie you’d watch for the rest of your life. And a spoiler free review of Godzilla vs. Kong and thoughts on the new Space Jam 2 trailer.  Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Mike asked the question online “Who is your favorite movie duo of all-time?” He gives his top 5 and the Top 5 from listeners. Mike talks to the stars of “A Week Away” on Netflix - Bailee Madison and Kevin Quinn about what it’s like to make a musical, how it made it to Netflix and about what it’s like to have over a million followers online. Plus a spoiler-free review of Mank. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartp...
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The Oscar nominees have been announced! Mike gives his predictions and insight on who he thinks will win the top awards this year. Mike also talks about snubs and surprises from the nominations! Plus a spoiler free review of the Best Picture nominee “Promising Young Woman”.  New Episodes Every Monday! Email: MovieMikeD@gmail.com Follow Mike on TikTok: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on Instagram: @mikedeestro Follow Mike on T...
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