AuthorTodd Wofford

Rookie of the Year (French Rosé)

Our baseball series concludes with a 90s staple:  Rookie of the Year.  It’s a goofy little fantasy about a dweeby kid (Thomas Ian Nicholas) who jacks up his throwing arm, and ends up with a blazing fastball.  Naturally, the Chicago Cubs come...

Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022)

It’s a special mini-episode, and we’re taking a look at Everything Everywhere All at Once!  This is a weird, exciting, special movie, and Sean, Travis, and I have strong opinions.  And don’t worry, we’ll keep things spoiler...

Major League (Gewürztraminer)

It’s the fifth inning of our baseball series!  This week, we tackle an 80s raunch comedy:  Major League.  It has an all-star cast, including many actors at the beginning of long careers.  We’ll pair this minor classic with some...

Moneyball (Beaujolais)

It’s part four of our baseball series!  This week, we’re looking at one of the most cerebral sports movies ever made–Moneyball.  Directed by Bennett Miller (Capote) and written by Steven Zallian and Aaron Sorkin, this film snagged...

The Sandlot (Müller-Thurgau)

It’s the third installment of our baseball series, and we’re dusting off a 90s classic:  The Sandlot.  This one has major nostalgia vibes for all of us, and for sheer fun factor, it holds up really well.  As for wine, we drink a...

Bull Durham (Vinho Verde)

We’re heading out the ballgame!  This week’s Cinemavino kicks off our six-week series of baseball movies.  Episode one is at the top of my all-time favorites:  Bull Durham.  It was a modest hit when it came out, but Ron Shelton’s...

A Morbius Mini-Episode

For this mini-installment, Travis and I give our thoughts on Marvel’s latest villain-centric flick, Morbius.  We have moderately different opinions on the subject.  This episode is pretty much spoiler-free, so you should be safe if you...

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)

We conclude our series on Oscar snubs with an all-time classic Western:  The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly! It’s one of the most stylized and influential films ever made, and a must-see for any serious movie buff.  Plus, it features prime Clint...

Zodiac (2007)

Tonight’s Cinemavino continues our look at all-time Oscar snubs.  For part three, we tackle a David Fincher classic–Zodiac.  It’s engrossing, intelligent true crime epic, centered on the hunt for one of our country’s most...