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Author: The Ringer & Bill Simmons

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'The Rewatchables,' a film podcast from the Ringer Podcast Network, features HBO and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and a roundtable of people from The Ringer universe discussing movies they can’t seem to stop watching.

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The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Sean Fennessey, and Chris Ryan are forced out of retirement (again) to rewatch the instant classic, ‘John Wick: Chapter 2,’ starring Keanu Reeves, Ian McShane, and Common.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Juliet Litman, and Amanda Dobbins try to make “fetch” happen as they rewatch the 2004 comedy ‘Mean Girls,’ starring Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams and written by Tina Fey.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons is joined by Chris Ryan and Mallory Rubin to build a podcast studio in the middle of a cornfield in Iowa to rewatch the 1989 baseball classic ‘Field of Dreams,’ starring Kevin Costner and James Earl Jones.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and Rembert Browne try to bring a pennant to Cleveland as they rewatch the 1989 baseball classic ‘Major League,’ starring Tom Berenger and Charlie Sheen.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and Shea Serrano reunite with Dom and Brian on the streets of Brazil to rewatch the 2011 action hit ‘Fast Five’ starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, and Dwayne Johnson.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Juliet Litman, and Amanda Dobbins book a room in the penthouse suite to rewatch the 1990 rom-com ‘Pretty Woman’ starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and Mallory Rubin take the field to face Roy Hobbs and the New York Knights as they rewatch the 1984 classic ‘The Natural,’ starring Robert Redford, Glenn Close, and Robert Duvall.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Chuck Klosterman, Chris Ryan, and Sean Fennessey deliver the hard-hitting facts as they rewatch the James Brooks directed comedy classic ‘Broadcast News,' starring Holly Hunter, William Hurt, and Albert Brooks.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Sean Fennessey take a trip to Hawaii to try and get over the 2008 hit comedy ‘Forgetting Sarah Marshall,’ starring Jason Segel, Mila Kunis, and Kristen Bell.
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons, Chris Ryan, and Chuck Klosterman only need a couple smokes, a cup of coffee, and some good conversation about the 1994 coming-of-age dramedy ‘Reality Bites,’ starring Ethan Hawke, Winona Ryder, and Janeane Garofalo.Stick around at the end of the episode to hear Bill Simmons talk to Ethan Hawke about his experience and interpretation of ‘Reality Bites’ 25 years later.
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historynerd88 b w

Sound issues. Clipping on 3 different pairs of headphones both wired and bluetooth

May 14th
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Scott

historynerd88 b w No problem

May 14th
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Aaron Hartje

Baseball was integrated in the 40s. Terrence Mann would absolutely have been allowed to play during HIS lifetime..

Apr 29th
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Billy Bird

"trope"

Apr 18th
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historynerd88 b w

Really? Fast 5? No John Wick yet??? Or Goodfellas or Miller's Crossing or any good horror films?

Apr 11th
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Eric S. Hoffman

Best example of a dramatic actor turned comedian, much like John C. Reilly... Leslie Nielson.

Apr 10th
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James Palmieri

jesus...they really nit picked ....bad acting..? are they insane?

Apr 10th
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Aaron Hartje

I seriously wish people would stop referring to WAR when discussing baseball players. No one who is serious about numbers in baseball even considers it an actual statistic because it's based on a guess. Among statisticians, it's ridiculed.

Mar 30th
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Doug Michaud

there should be a place on the website or in the description that tells us what next weeks movie is so we watch it prior to the podcast.

Mar 29th
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Jose Luis Martinez

Doug Michaud This week is Fast Five.

Mar 30th
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EamoHou80

couldn't listen to that. quality slipping

Mar 21st
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Shaun McMyler

Really like your show but man go easy on your laughing! Some of us have headphones on and you're about blowing my ear drums out!!!

Mar 18th
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EamoHou80

last few episodes were a bit niche for me. how about an episode on commando, the running man or Bloodsport? I enjoy the podcast, thanks

Mar 5th
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Shane Wilson

I found it a very meh movie.. Gaga's voice carried it.. Otherwise was basically Bradley Cooper mumbling for 2 hours

Feb 24th
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Joseph Kain

Warriors review two comments. A little more props for the actor who ad-libbed "Warriors...come out to playAAH" while clicking three empty soda bottles. Maybe the greatest ad-lib in movie history. No conversation of police entrapment in the sexual assault scene?

Feb 21st
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Zenny Chareas

How the fuck is this a rewatchable? You're all suspect.

Feb 13th
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SJ Chapman

Awesome episode. A++++ pick for a movie to do!

Feb 12th
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Paulie Borges

horrible idea. a new movie that alot of people haven't see yet, all ready a rewatchable? FYI I like bohemian rhapsody better.

Feb 12th
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Travis Ross

No one wanted this episode and no one else considers this to be rewatchable film. Your argument for this movie winning awards is that Bohemian Rhapsody was bad? Great argument...

Feb 11th
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Brandon Bumgardner

0

Feb 11th
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elliott s

great film with great performances from Walken,Hopper and Oldman.Will watch it again tonight.

Feb 11th
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B H.

Gets really tiring hearing Simmons harp on how bad the internet/twitter/progress makes jokes he likes impossible these days on almost every episode. Dude sounds like the "Old Man Yells At Cloud" meme come to life. Dropping this from my subscriptions for sure. They'd be happy with that though: Simmons certainly seems the type to see listeners who don't agree with him leaving as a "win." Speaking of which, I hope any potential listeners REALLY like sports analogies because that is all the crew seems to make. I know it's what most of them do over at the ringer, but, come on, you're writers. Use some other vocabulary beyond the same played out sports references. The layout of the show, with various categories that help break the film up and discuss what makes it relevant, certainly has potential. Sadly, it would be done better with a different host/cast in just about every instance.

Feb 5th
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