PodcastWeekly podcastPodcast #27 Ride with the Devil/Pride and Prejudice/Sense and Sensibility/Die Hard/Gremlins/Love, Actually/Happiest Season/Freaky/Sound of Metal/Euphoria Trouble Don’t Last Always

JulieGDecember 6, 202015 min

Welcome to Week Twenty-Seven of Now Showing NZ’s Weekly Podcast

Week Ending 06/12/2020


This week is a HUGE week for movies not only for titles but also for historical reasons with the Warner Bros. announcement earlier this week to push their entire 2021 slate of movies to HBO Max. We also cover three different themes and finish off the Western movie binge with Ride with the Devil. We start our Romance-related binge watch with two amazing films with Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility. We also started the Countdown to Christmas binge with Die Hard, Gremlins, Love, Actually and Happiest Season. And we finish with a dark comedy/horror Freaky, move onto dramatic and tragic with Sound of Metal and finish off with Rue from Euphoria and the special episode titled “Trouble Don’t Last Always”. Discussion regarding Warner Bros. begins 0.22 seconds
  1. Ride with the Devil (1999) (begins 14 mins 42 secs)
  2. Pride and Prejudice (2005) (begins 20 mins 40 secs)
  3. Sense and Sensibility (1995) (begins 25 mins 30 secs)
  4. Die Hard (1988) (begins 28 mins 53 secs)
  5. Gremlins (1984) (begins 31mins 27 secs)
  6. Love, Actually (2003) (begins 34 mins 49 secs)
  7. Happiest Season (2020) (begins 40 mins 41 seconds)
  8. Freaky (2020) (begins 46 mins 13 secs)
  9. Sound of Metal (2019) (begins 49 mins 28 secs)
  10. Euphoria – Trouble Don’t Last Always (2020) (begins 52 mins 51 secs)
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