Watch Party - Star Trek: TNG, Season 1, Episodes 5-6 @ 3PM ET

Want to watch some TV and movies with Jim and A.Ron? A Twitch Watch Party is where we can watch a selection of Amazon Prime Video media along with our audience! It’s a lot like previous LiveWatches we’ve done before, except you don’t have to be Club Member to participate, and you don’t have to do a complicated syncing process with our commentary and the video. It’s all done automatically.

Watch Party - Star Trek: The Next Generation, Season 1, Episodes 3-4 @ 3:00pm ET

Want to watch some TV and movies with Jim and A.Ron? A Twitch Watch Party is where we can watch a selection of Amazon Prime Video media along with our audience! It’s a lot like previous LiveWatches we’ve done before, except you don’t have to be Club Member to participate, and you don’t have to do a complicated syncing process with our commentary and the video. It’s all done automatically.

Star Trek: Generations (1994)

Jim and A.Ron have left their nexus ribbon to revisit the first TNG movie, where Picard’s crew meets Kirk’s crew for the first time.  Jim thinks much more highly of it than A.Ron did, but they had fun watching anyway.  Listen to the full podcast to hear them elaborate, and join us every week for a new movie!

1917 (2020)

Tonight Jim and I went to see Sam Mendes’ WW1 film, 1917. It was a truly harrowing experience, and a strangely intimate piece despite the grand scale of the theater and war itself. George MacKay and Dean-Charles Chapman do incredible work forging an emotional connection with the audience in a very short amount of screen time. The movie is paced flawlessly, shot beautifully, whether it’s the pitiless hell of no-man’s land or a burning French town illuminated chiefly by the harsh flat light of flares as the British and German troops play a deadly game of cat and mouse. It’s an extremely tough watch in places, but an effective reminder of the horrors and pointless futility of war.