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Sitting Around Talking Movies

Sitting Around Talking Movies


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Neil Rosen and Bill McCuddy love to disagree about what they see in pop culture and they see hundreds of movies every year, so there's plenty for them to yell about. The New York based duo are seen nationally on Time Warner Cable's weekly series "Talking Pictures On Demand". They're joined each week Entertainment Correspondent for CBS Radio News Bill Bregoli. These guys hobnob at movie premieres, parties and industry panels. They'll recommend the movies you can watch right away at home as they sift through the myriad of VOD offerings. Join them and learn what to Demand and what to miss. "We watch the bad movies so you don't have to." Download to find out if these three movie, tv and pop culture critics ever agree on anything other than “Neil's the smart one."

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What happens when we have too much time on our hands? We watch stuff. All kinds of stuff. Bill MCuddy gets us going with the indy movie "Never Rarely Sometimes Always" which was a big hit on the festival circuit and was expected... more

We may be staying in place and social distancing and all that but we've got another episode for you despite all that. After all, if there's a time when you want to know how to keep from being bored it's right now. So we used a... more

Sometimes real life is even stranger than the movies. So we all washed our hands and put together this podcast. We start with Bill Bregoli talking about "The Hunt." It stars Betty Gilpin of "GLOW" and Oscar winner Hilary Swank. It's... more

Spring is in the air and it's time for some new movies. First we've got "The Way Back" which stars Ben Affleck as a HS basketball phenom who walked away from the game, forfeiting his future. Years later, when he reluctantly accepts... more

What's old is new again. Sort of. There's a new "Invisible Man" movie out in theaters. This one is a more modern take and stars Elisabeth Moss. And it's from Blumhouse, the company that's bringing horror fans back to the theaters in... more

Wow have we been seeing a lot of movies, plus streaming shows and just about anything that moves. We start with "The Call of the Wild." It's based on the classic Jack London novel and stars Harrison Ford...and a CGI dog. No kidding. Movie... more

It was this week's biggest event and chances are you might not have bothered to see it. No, not the New Hampshire Presidential Primary, the Academy Awards. Why do we say this? Because the TV ratings for this year's Oscars were the... more

It's that time of year again! Time for celebs to get all gussied up, go to fancy parties and be given awards while the rest of us sit at home in our much more comfortable underwear and make fun of them. It's an interesting race this year... more

Since the studios use January as their dumping ground for bad movies we turned to streaming this week and oh boy, is Neil excited about "Star Trek: Picard" which is on CBS All Access. It centers on Jean-Luc Picard (Sir Patrick Stewart) in... more

We've just gotten used to writing 2020 on checks and yet the year seems to be in full swing. We've got so much to talk abut this week. There's Robert Downey, Jr. in "Dolittle" which has him talking to animals instead of people in spandex.... more