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Kyle and Brian call an audible this week and re-watch one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's early classics, The Talented Mr. Ripley. With a star studded cast including Matt Damon, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jude Law, and Cate Blanchett, Hoffman shines in a small but memorable turn as the arrogant Freddie Miles. Don't worry Hoff-fans, we'll cover Happiness soon!…
 
It's the return of the Mid-month episode of P.S. I Still Love Hoffman. Find out who won our rewatch poll between Cold Mountain and Happiness. Also, Kyle and Brian break down the casting of Philip Seymour Hoffman's son Cooper in the new Paul Thomas Anderson film.By Brian Rodriguez and Kyle Reinfried
 
For the 20th Anniversary of Almost Famous, Brian and Kyle decided on an encore re-watch. This time, the Hoff-bros have gotten their hands on the Bootleg Cut for some extra Philip Seymour Hoffman content. Also, listen for some important breaking news!By Brian Rodriguez and Kyle Reinfried
 
The Hoff-Bro's go to war! Charlie's Wilson's War that is. Brian and Kyle rewatch Philip Seymour Hoffman's Golden Globe Nominated performance as he finally gets equal billing to two titans; Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts. Find out what Brian and Kyle think of American Foreign Policy...or just what they think of this iconic PSH role.…
 
The Hoff-Bros finally get their act together...sort of. In their second attempt to rewatch Scent of a Woman (due to a technical SNAFU), Kyle and Brian get a bit off the rails as discuss a wide range of topics during Philip Seymour Hoffman's first big Hollywood movie. You'll hear plenty of Al Pacino impressions, some Oscar trivia, plus a phone call …
 
Due to a small technical SNAFU, the Hoff-fans aren't getting their wish this week! Despite voting for Scent of a Woman, the Hoff-bros will be watching the Canadian gambling Caper Owning Mahowny. Roll the dice with Kyle and Brian for a rewatch of one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's first staring roles as well as some sub-par Canadian accents!…
 
The Hoff-bros rewatch the last film Philip Seymour Hoffman ever shot, God's Pocket. Based in a fictional neighborhood of Philadelphia, P.S.H. stars opposite John Turturro and Christina Hendricks in this dark dramedy directed by Mad Men veteran John Slattery. Tune into the end of the episode as Brian and Kyle spin the wheel of Hoffman and find out w…
 
Put on your bowling shoes and break out your White Russians: the Hoff-Bros are rewatching The Big Lebowski. Philip Seymour Hoffman plays Brant, assistant to the Big Lebowski himself, in this beloved Coen Brothers classic. The Dude abides.By Brian Rodriguez and Kyle Reinfried
 
You voted for it, and they got it for you, Hoff-Fans. Kyle and Brian are talking two Aunt Mays this week as the film is Before the Devil Knows You're Dead. Find out what the Hoff-Bros think of Marissa Tomei, Ethan Hawke, Albert Finney and -- of course -- the performance of Philip Seymour Hoffman. (Here's a hint: they loved it.)…
 
The Hoff-bros watch State and Main, a film with one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's early staring roles. This David Mamet-helmed small town comedy has a huge ensemble cast, including Alec Baldwin, William H. Macy, Brian's teenage crush Julia Stiles, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Tune in to find out which Sex and the City character Kyle is!…
 
The Hoffman rewatches continue with Flawless, one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's first starring performances. PSH plays Rusty, a transgendered drag queen tasked with helping his neighbor (played by the immortal Robert De Niro) regain his speech after a stroke. Kyle and Brian break down all of their favorite moments in this breakthrough (but largely fo…
 
The April PSH rewatches continue as Hoff-bros Kyle and Brian are getting personal once again with Jack Goes Boating. Not only is our main man Philip Seymour Hoffman the star of the film, but he's the director as well. Stay tuned until the end of the episode to see what will be on the ballot for May's rewatch.…
 
Kyle and Brian are back to chat about one of the most personal projects in the Philip Seymour Hoffman catalog: Love Liza. Written by PSH's brother, Gordy Hoffman, and directed by friend Todd Louiso, Love Liza tells the story of a man coping with the suicide of his wife. The Hoff-Bros rewatch and provide commentary to one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's…
 
April Fools! Kyle and Brian decided to drop an extra special rewatch episode of Szuler. What's Szuler, you ask? That's a question Hoff-bros have been trying to answer since they started this podcast. Made in Poland, Szuler may be Philip Seymour Hoffman's second film. With the only known available version of the film dubbed in Polish, Kyle and Brian…
 
This week was set to be an intensive breakdown of the unreleased Philip Seymour Hoffman pilot for "Happyish"... until they pulled it from YouTube. Your Hoff-man hosts, Kyle and Brian, try to break it down anyway as they play the "what if" game in regards to PSH's television career, and what could have come to pass if Phil didn't leave us too early.…
 
On the final installment of P.S. I Still Love Hoffman this decade, Kyle and Brian talk about a Hoffman film-themed restaurant, a big change in the show for next year and, of course, announce who won the monthly rewatch poll: Cold Mountain or The Savages.By Brian Rodriguez and Kyle Reinfried
 
Kyle and Brian end their first year of Hoffman rewatches with a stop-motion animation film -- and Philip Seymour Hoffman's only voiceover feature role -- in Mary and Max. The guys chat about the less-than-sunny subject matter and the intricate details of the animation, all the while sharing some laughs and sighs. Don't forget to listen for which mo…
 
Find out what the Hoff-bros think about movie studios using CGI to bring dead actors back to life on the screen, what Kyle's been watching on Disney+, and everything else that's going on in their lives, both related to Philip Seymour Hoffman and beyond. The guys also announce the winner of the Hoff-fan voting for their December 1 rewatch: Mary and …
 
Daylight savings is upon us in the U.S. of A., and what better way to celebrate that extra hour of sleep than by than watching the 25th Hour with Hoff-bros Kyle and Brian? The guys talk Ed Norton, New York City landmarks, Rosario Dawson seeming like a nice lady, and -- of course -- all things Philip Seymour Hoffman in this commentary and rewatch!…
 
Happy Halloween month, Hoff-fans! The film this month is Red Dragon, and since you Hoff-fans selected it, the boys are watching it. In this prequel to The Silence of the Lambs, our main man Philip Seymour Hoffman plays a muckraking, slimy reporter caught in the crosshairs of a serial killer known as the Red Dragon, played by another tower of acting…
 
We've got lots of Philip Seymour Hoffman-related news this episode as Brian and Kyle break down some recent film festival entires that remind them of their main man. Also, find out which movie the Hoff-fans chose for our October 1 rewatch: Red Dragon or My Boyfriend's Back!By Brian Rodriguez and Kyle Reinfried
 
Kyle and Brian are celebrating the back to school season with a back to school film selected by you the Hoff-fans... Doubt. Taking place at a New York Catholic school in the 1960s, Doubt casts Philip Seymour Hoffman as Father Flynn against the powerhouse performances of Meryl Streep, Amy Adams and Viola Davis. The Hoff-Bros rewatch Doubt with you! …
 
Are you ready for a mid-summer pit stop with the Hoff-Bros? Kyle and Brian remember the tragic anniversary of a former Philip Seymour Hoffman collaborator, discuss P.T. Anderson films, and try to picture their main man in a Tarantino movie. Also, find out which film will be featured in our September rewatch, Doubt or The Talented Mr. Ripley, as vot…
 
Despite this not being Kyle's first choice, the Hoff-Bros are ready to rewatch a film they really enjoyed: 2009's Pirate Radio (aka the Boat That Rocked). Philip Seymour Hoffman plays a fictional 60's rock DJ on the high seas in this ensemble period piece. As Kyle used to say on his online dating profile, movies are his wife and music is his mistre…
 
The Hoff-Bros are back together to check on each other's summers and find out which film the Hoff-fans voted on for our rewatch next month. In the battle between two light-hearted palate cleansers, will it be Pirate Radio or an old Kyle favorite in Along Came Polly?By Brian Rodriguez and Kyle Reinfried
 
Are you ready to take a slow boat to China? Kyle and Brian are rewatching one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's greatest -- and certainly one of his more controversial -- roles as Lancaster Dodd in Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master. Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams shine alongside our main man. Join the Hoff-Bros as they watch one of Kyle's favorite films a…
 
The votes are in, Hoff-fans! Who won this battle of two Oscar-nominated performances? Where do Charlie Wilson's War and The Master fit in P.S.H.'s career? Also, find out which Keanu Reeves films Kyle and Brian think Philip Seymour Hoffman would have been great in.By Brian Rodriguez and Kyle Reinfried
 
In August 2015, we released our very first podcast and proceeded to tear through Nicolas Cage’s filmography at a breakneck pace. We had no idea that we'd continue after we finished Cage’s filmography, but we asked, “What’s next?” and went from there. After nearly four years, we are releasing our 1,000th episode.In this episode, Joey Lewandowski tal…
 
Welcome to the Suck Zone -- Population: 2. Kyle and Brian rewatch a blockbuster of proportions only mother nature can fathom; the Hoff-bros are talking about Twister! Our main man, Philip Seymour Hoffman, shines as Dustin Davis aka Dusty: the most colorful member in this gang of Tornado chasers. While Twister may not be for everyone, it's a film th…
 
"We're always home; we're uncool." The Hoff-Bros are ready to watch Almost Famous with you! A favorite of both Brian and Kyle, Philip Seymour Hoffman stars as real-life music critic Lester Bangs. Lester serves not just as a mentor in the film to young Rolling Stone reporter William Miller, but as a mentor to the audience as well.…
 
Brian and Kyle meet up mid-month to announce the winner between two fan-favorite Philip Seymour Hoffman films: Almost Famous and The Talented Mr. Ripley. The Hoff-bros also chat about a celebrity friend of Phil's channeling him from beyond the grave, apologize for their April Fools joke, and wonder: "Has Phil listened to our podcast?"…
 
It's April 1, Hoff-fans! You know what that means: it's baseball season! Step up to the plate with Kyle and Brian as they're watching Moneyball. Philip Seymour Hoffman plays Art Howe, the real life manager of the Billy Beane (Brad Pitt) led Oakland A's! The boys are talking hardball this episode and thinking outside the box as they provide commenta…
 
Beware of the Ides of March, but please stop by for our mid-month Hoff-Bro hangout! Kyle and Brian announce the winning film for our April 1 P.S. I Still Love Hoffman episode. Will we open up the baseball season with Moneyball or will Brian be telling his Julia Stiles story once again with State and Main? Also, the guys break down this year's Acade…
 
Beware the Ides of March as Chubby Ryan Gosling himself (Kyle Reinfried) and Brian are back on the couch rewatching and providing commentary for the 2011 political thriller The Ides of March. Our main man, Philip Seymour Hoffman, plays Paul Zara, a seasoned campaign manager running a tight race on the eve of the Ohio Democratic primary. The Hoff-br…
 
Come join the mid-month Hoff Bro hang out as Kyle and Brian chat briefly about their Valentine’s Day before taking time to remember the five-year anniversary of the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, as well as the recent passing of Hoffman collaborator Albert Finney. The boys also discuss recent words that Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke shared about P.S.…
 
Get ready for some romance on this episode P.S. I Still Love Hoffman. Despite the Hoff-fans breaking Kyle's heart and choosing Punch-Drunk Love instead of Along Came Polly, the boys have their Netflix queued up and are ready to chill with you whenever you decide to press play. So find a date, snuggle up under a blanket, and watch along with Kyle an…
 
Stop by for a brief mid-month hangout, Hoff-fans, as Kyle and Brian get together to announce which movie they will be rewatching for the February 1 edition of P.S. I Still Love Hoffman. Before revealing the winner, though, Kyle makes a case for both films. Also: find out how one Oscar nominee continues to keep Philip Seymour Hoffman in his thoughts…
 
Kyle and Brian are back! They're here to record audio commentary for some of Philip Seymour Hoffman's greatest films, and they're kicking things off with Boogie Nights, as selected by you, the Hoff-fans. In the second film in his fruitful collaboration with director Paul Thomas Anderson, Hoffman plays the vulnerable Scotty J. One can't help but fee…
 
On the final episode of P.S. I Love Hoffman, Brian and Kyle promised to keep the memory of the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman alive. With this promise in mind, Kyle and Brian are excited to launch P.S. I Still Love Hoffman: The Philip Seymour Hoffman Rewatch! Each month, the boys will sit down, microphones in hand, to watch a P.S.H. film select…
 
Hoff-fans, we'll never say goodbye, just... see ya later. For our final (for now) episode, we went live in front of family and friends to celebrate the career and legacy of our dear late, great actor Philip Seymour Hoffman with The Hoffy Awards! We gave out several awards, talked with past guests, and stood in awe of the remarkable films we covered…
 
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