After a hiatus, we have returned with a new episode! This time around we discuss the merits — or lack thereof — of The Breakfast Club and Spinal Tap. We explore the significance of watching movies within the right cultural context, whether or not Ally Sheedy was more attractive as a goth and why these movies get us so angry. We’ll watch something next time that will make us happy.
Our movies this week were Casablanca and Evil Dead. We also talked about the Oscars, high James Franco, and why Jen is glad The Social Network didn’t win Best Picture.
Here it is, the highly anticipated fourth episode! In it we discuss the Greatest Movie Ever Made, Citizen Kane. We also discuss another cinematic masterpiece, Dude, Where’s My Car?
We touch on how all people from the turn of the 20th century looked old regardless of age, what Jason Statham is doing right this second, and Donkey Lips from the Nickelodeon show, Salute Your Shorts. Can Jen sing the Salute Your Shorts theme song? Yes! (But not in tune.)
“Think Anawannawanna, Speak Anawannawanna, Live Ananwannawanna, Ug!”
Dude, no spoiler alert, Simpsons? ;)
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Wait a minute, there was no cane in Citizen Kane.
Ok, if you’re an 80’s fan, it’s got a hell of a soundtrack.
Check out Episode 3 for our take on the movie!
This week’s episode we cover the inherent rapeiness of Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid, floating cellphones and random biker gangs in Less Than Zero, and why Ron Perlman makes the bowels of Netflix Instant great.
Welcome to Episode 2! In it we discuss Bonnie and Clyde and Duck Soup. We also touch on side boob, Judd Apatow, and movie-related guilt.