Take This Job and Shove It

Discussion Episode:  Favorite Shady Workplace Movies

Kitty Green’s The Assistant hits theaters this week, very appropriately as Harvey Weinstein trial continues to make headlines.  Julia Garner plays the titular Assistant who takes a job and soon realizes there’s more to the position than she had bargained for.  This got Dave to thinking about a list of movies where the job or boss wasn’t all they were cracked up to be.  It’s a tough subject for a list, but I think they came out great.  Listen up!

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Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

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Top 20 from the Last 10 Part 2

Favorites of 2010-2019 Pt 2

We’re back to finish off the decade that just finished up.  Our top 10 from 2010-2019.  Full lists below, so scroll down for a recap.

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Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan Jim Cole for our fly, new logo.

Collective List:

20. Dope
19.  Attack the Block
18.  The Invitation
17.  What We Do in the Shadows
16.  Captain America: Winter Solider
15. 21 Jump Street
14.  It: Chapter One
13.  A Quite Place
12.  Spy
11.  The Babadook
10.  The Avengers
9.  Booksmart
8.  Logan
7.  The Lego Movie
6.  Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
5.  Get Out
4.  About Time
3.  Filth
2.  Star Wars: Episode VII-The Force Awakens
1.  Star Wars: Rogue One

Dave’s List

20.  Avengers: Infinity War
19.  A Quiet Place
18.  About Time
17.  Upgrade
16.  The Avengers
15.  Get Out
14.  It: Chapter One
13.  Wonder Woman
12.  The Babadook
11.  Star Wars: Episode VII-The Force Awakens
10.  21 Jump Street
9.  Dope
8.  Attack the Block
7.  The Invitation
6.  Spy
5.  Logan
4.  Captain America: Winter Solider
3.  Filth
2.  Star Wars: Rogue One
1.  Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Ryan’s List

20.  The Way, Way Back
19.  The Wold of Wall Street
18.  Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
17.  Seeking a Friend for the End of the World
16.  The Babadook
15.  A Quiet Place
14.  BlackKklansman
13.  Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
12.  Toy Story 3
11.  The Avengers
10.  Filth
9.  Star Wars: Rogue One
8.  Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
7.  What We Do in the Shadows
6.  Sing Street
5.  The Lego Movie
4.  Get Out
3.  Booksmart
2.  Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens
1.  About Time

 

Top 20 from the Last 10 Part 1

Favorites of 2010-2019

We like stupid lists around here, and it seems you can’t go anywhere on the internet without seeing someone’s top movies on the last decade.  Since we do lists about movies, we thought we’d throw our hats into the ring with our official Movies on Up top 20 for the decade that ended with the start of 2020.

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Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan Jim Cole for our fly, new logo.

What Was Up in 2019

Favorites of 2019

In a word, Netflix was up in 2019.  The streaming giant eats up three spots in our top 10 of the year.  To find out which spots and what else made the list, listen up!

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Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan Jim Cole for our fly, new logo.

End of an Error

Discussion Episode:  Star Wars Episode 9

The Skywalker saga comes to an end with JJ Abrams’ Rise of Skywalker.  Our look at all the Star Wars movies comes to an end as well.  The good, the bad, the senseless and what to expect next as we kick off a new year and a new chapter for the galaxy far, far away.

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Thanks to The Champions of All Time for the theme music.  It comes from the song “Home” off the CD/DVD Bridges Burned/Lessons Learned.  Also check out the new release from former TCOAT frontman and current Movies on Up Continuity Policeman, Jason West here.

And a BIG thanks to Morgan Jim Cole for our fly, new logo.