On Second Watch

On Second Watch

Nostalgia is a funny thing. Five friends discussing it is even funnier. Join us as we reflect on some of the best and worst movies from last century and rewatch them together On Second Watch. Did they get better with age? Worse? Only one way to find out... Join Tim, Chris, Dana, Kari, and Spaz as we plunge head first into the movies we grew up on and discuss our nostalgia for them. Then, we'll watch the movie, jump back on the mics, and record our observations. We'll provide both our Nostalgia Score and Rewatch Score to see if the movie aged well, or if it should stay in last century. Stay up to date on all our episodes, giveaways, and fun at www.oswpodcast.com

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May 4, 2021 37 min
In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: "How Would Sean Bean Have Died" in 2005's American epic space-opera film, "Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith". We are joined by "Overlord" Dan, one of the kickass hosts from my favorite movie podcast, The Movie Cellar.

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Everything is proceeding as we have foreseen as the On Second Watch crew reviews our FIRST Star Wars movie. We put our fandom and nostalgia to the test as we jump right to the conclusion of the original trilogy and review 1983 American epic space opera film Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi

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Directed by Richard Marquand, with a screenplay by George Lucas and Lawrence Kasdan, Music by John Williams. Sta...
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Join members of the former community influencer group, "The Galactic Senate", as they discuss the greatest sandbox MMORPG ever created: Star Wars Galaxies

There is no movie review this week as Tim returns to his alter-ego "MasterCosmo" and has a great nostalgic discussion all about Star Wars Galaxies. He is joined by Rodrick (ArkonPhoenix), Ross (Boscohark), Sean (Darev), Michael (Nemikahnz), and Matt (Cigaran)

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In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: "How Would Sean Bean Have Died" in 2021's American superhero film, "Zack Snyder's Justice League", aka the "Snyder Cut". We are joined by our friend and long time supporter, Rob Turner from Reynard City.

Join On Second Watch as we explore what role would be perfect for Sean Bean to play (Lead, Supporting, or Cameo) and share our take on how t...
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April Fools! On Second Watch has been taken over by Doug and Jamie from the podcast Good Times, Great Movies. Enjoy their hilarious take on this 1987 film featuring arm wrestling, truckin', and fatherhood. This movie is so '80s...

On this special Slysgiving episode of the podcast, Doug confuses lawyers for judges and secretaries for lawyers and wonders if the dying mother is the actual villain of this movie. Meanwhile, Jamie...
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In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: How would Sean Bean have died in 1999's groundbreaking sci-fi film, "The Matrix". We are joined by our friends from across the pond, James and Matt from the podcast This Week in Metropolis.

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The idea of taking one of the best video games and video game characters from 16-bit to the big screen sounds like an easy way to make a lot of money. Obtain an incredible intellectual property with full creative control, assemble an incredible cast, toss in $48mil, what could go wrong? Let us count the ways...

I do promise that you will laugh more listening to this episode than you would have watching 1993's adventure comedy fi...
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In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: How would Sean Bean have died in the 1975's American thriller film, "Jaws". We are joined by our friends Agent Cam and Agent Scott from the podcast SpyHards.

Join On Second Watch as we explore what role would be perfect for Sean Bean to play (Lead, Supporting, or Cameo) and share our take on how that character would ultimately meet his demise.

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February 24, 2021 102 min
Sometimes you need a good partially animated musical romantic comedy self-parody Disney princess movie to take a break from the craziness of life. Can 2007's Enchanted take us to the ball and bring us true love?

Join us as we take the innocence out of this movie with our Plot Summary Mad Libs and have a fun rewatch discussion since 4 out of 5 of us had never seen it before! Special thanks to Selina J for supporting our fundraise...
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Join Tim as he has a wonderful talk with screenwriter Bill Kelly, as they discuss the story behind Enchanted and his approach to screenwriting and collaborating.

I love how down to earth Bill is and I can't wait to see what he's working on next with director Kevin Lima, who he met while bringing Enchanted to life!

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When rewatching a sci-fi movie from decades ago, it's often hilarious how the future and technology is assumed to evolve. 1997's "The Fifth Element" seems to intentionally lean into that hard, as the technology appears to have been developed by someone from the early 80's interpretation of what the future might be. Join us as we take a trip to planet Fhloston to save the universe and admire everything Ruby Rhod.

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Our biggest donation for our fundraiser for the Make A Wish foundation was from one of our best friends of the show, Derek! He got to choose our first review of 2021 and he selected 1999's American Drama, "Fight Club".

We discuss the darker side of this film and how the general public missed the point. We also talk about the lengths that the crew went to create this incredibly artistic film with some amazing performance...
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December 23, 2020 41 min
One year ago, four friends sat down to record their very first podcast episode. It did not go well... That episode was hidden away for only the most daring. Now, we present to you, our nostalgia review of 1990's American Christmas family comedy film, "Home Alone". Listen at your own risk...

Tim, Chris, Dana, and Spaz sat around a flimsy card table with a single Blue Yeti microphone and hit record. We learned a lot this n...
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Podcast Secret Santa! Our friends from Not Suitable for Adults has taken over our feed with their take on our show, specifically our "How Would Sean Bean Have Died" segment!

In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: How would Sean Bean have died in the 1990's American Christmas family comedy film, "Home Alone". Listen as Rich and Natalie take over Our show and turn this sweet family movie into a...
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December 17, 2020 70 min
We rewatch Jingle All the Way and talk about the incredible performances from Sinbad and Phil Hartman.

Shockingly, we talk food and our favorite Michigan bakery (I see you M Street Baking Company https://www.mstreetbaking.com/)

Tim doesn't like Love Actually as a Christmas movie and haters gonna hate.

And if nothing else, fast forward to the 70 minute mark to hear a wonderful gift from Dana...
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Join Tim as he has an incredible discussion with Brian Levant, the Director of Jingle All the Way, as they discuss his career and how he approached bringing this movie to life.

They also explore how the entertainment industry has evolved over the years and how Covid has impacted the experience of consuming media. Also, get some details about his upcoming book "My Life and Toys", where Brian shares over 1,000 professional im...
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It's Turbo Time! Join us as we reflect on our nostalgia for the 1996 American Christmas family comedy film, "Jingle All the Way".

We kick-off our Nostalgia Review talking about the toys we absolutely had to have under the Christmas tree as a kid and have our most hilarious and wildly inappropriate game of Mad Libs yet.

We explore our memories of this film as we were able to experience this movie as both children and adul...
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December 7, 2020 27 min
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all our friends!

We wanted to post a quick mini-episode to talk about our favorite Christmas movies from our childhood, as well as touch on 2000's How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Directed by Ron Howard and starring Jim Carrey doing what he does best.
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December 2, 2020 36 min
In today's episode, we ask ourselves a simple question: How would Sean Bean have died in the 1993's American science fiction action film, "Jurassic Park". We are joined by our friends Matt and fellow podcaster Grim from the show "Grim Yells at a Cloud" to share each others thoughts.

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Hold onto your butts, we rewatch and review 1993's American science fiction adventure film, "Jurassic Park".

Tim continues to not only ruin this film for Dana, but for everyone else on the show, and for anyone else that listens so consider that your warning.

We explore some of what makes this movie amazing, how Spielberg brilliantly takes us on a journey along with our leads, and how this action film can get away with a...
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