The Breakdown of the Movie Calendar

It is a very special and unique episode of The Movie Breakdown this week. We all can agree that calendars are amazing things, especially right now as my kids use it to count down the days to summer holidays. They can also be a fantastic source of triggering memories of favourite or maybe not-so favourite movies. That is what we're doing this week, as we're creating our own 12-month movie calendar.

Both Scott and I choose a movie for each month of the year that we feel best embodies that month. We pick movies that remind of us of the month for whatever reason. These are the movies that pop in our heads when that month arrives.  

It was a blast to record the show, and it is a super-sized episode. You get to hear us talk about 24 different movies. We love talking movies each week, and we really hope you love it listening to it. If you do, please helps us out by spreading the word on social media, so other movie fans can find us.

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Question of the Week: Who is your favourite movie monster?

Summer Box Office Challenge Draft Picks:


1. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness $187 420 998
2. Lightyear
3. Nope
4. Top Gun: Maverick $126 707 459
5. Bullet Train
6. Paws of Fury: Legend of Hank
7. Firestarter $3 827 715 
8. Downton Abbey: A New Era $16 000 495
9. Watcher $826 775
10. Samaritan
Total: $324 783 442


1. Thor: Love and Thunder
2. Jurassic World: Dominion
3. Minions: The Rise of Gru
4. Elvis
5. DC League of Super Pets
6. The Black Phone
7. Where the Crawdads Sing
8. Bob's Burger $12 416 819
9. Beast
10. Easter Sunday
Total: $12 416 819