Clint Eastwood cast three heroic soldiers as themselves in THE 15:17 TO PARIS, a drama nobody much cared for, even though its heart was probably in the right place. What went wrong with Eastwood's ambitious cinematic experiment, and why is this disappointing drama the perfect double feature with William Wyler's post-World War II Best Picture winner, THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES? Let's find out! Join film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold as they show you the place where good taste and bad taste collide, every week on THE TWO-SHOT! Email us at letters(a)criticallyacclaimed.net, follow your hosts on Twitter at @WilliamBibbiani and @WitneySeibold, and follow the podcast/website at @CriticAcclaim to vote for the notorious movies YOU want us to review! Check out our website at www.criticallyacclaimed.net and head on over to www.patreon.com/criticacclaim to contribute to the show and get even more exclusive content!
Welcome to CLICKING & STREAMING, the streaming-centric show hosted by Austin Burke and Ryan Snelling. This week, they dive into NBCUniversal's announcement to launch their service, Peacock, Netflix acquiring the rights to Seinfeld, review Between Two Ferns: The Movie, and more!
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