Hallmark strikes again with today's installment of Bad Movie Friday: The Perfect Catch. Here's the description: "Jessica, a single parent, owner of a struggling diner, finds the inspiration she needed when her high school boyfriend, Chase, a professional baseball player returns to town."
In this episode we review the Safdie Brothers independent heist drama Good Time. Plus we talk about the trailer for Killing of a Sacred Deer and revisit Elizabeth's love of body swap movies. Her love of this genre was then parodied by Mike in this sketch: https://youtu.be/048XsGBtvJU.
This edition of Bad Movie Friday is a review of the Hallmark Channel's The Perfect Bride, about a woman who's both a fitness instructor and a marriage counselor I guess? Here's the description: "Fitness trainer/former marriage counselor Molly White runs Bridal Boot Camp classes combining fitness and yoga with pre-marital counseling exercises to brides and grooms before their big day. While struggling with marital issues from her past, Molly meets the handsome Nick Dyson a talented photographer who seems to be having doubts about his upcoming marriage to Molly's client, an overbearing perfectionist. While helping couples find their happiness and begin their new lives together, Molly discovers she, too, needs to learn how to forgive herself from her past so she can move forward with life - and love - in her future."
Bad Movie Friday is back, this time to talk about the Nic Cage/Gina Gershon classic Inconceivable which we somehow paid $7.99 for. Here's the description: "Angela develops a friendship with a mysterious woman named Katie and offers her a job as a live-in nanny. The natural bond soon turns into a dangerous obsession as Katie becomes overly attached to the family's young daughter. Enduring lies and manipulations, Angela and her husband realize that sweet Katie is actually trying to destroy their family from within."
We're back to talk about The Dark Tower - the bad movie we couldn't help but like. We also discuss our theory on movies that are so bad they're good and Elizabeth challenges Mike to a game of Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon (without using Kevin Bacon). Also we checked to see if Dark Tower was in theaters while we recorded this and it is not.
Bad Movie Friday is back, and we've got a doozy this week. The Hallmark movie Before You Say I Do is the story of a time traveler who goes back from 2009 to 1999 to save his relationship - without warning ONE PERSON about 9/11.
In this episode we review Chris Nolan's latest, the WWII drama Dunkirk. We give a review of the movie itself and the theater in which we saw it: the beautiful Lincoln Center AMC IMAX screen, in 70mm. Just the way God and Nolan intended. Plus we take yet another opportunity to talk trash about the Justice League trailer.