Mike's flying solo on this episode after watching The Cloverfield Paradox and declaring it so bad an "emergency podcast" was needed. Have a listen at Mike ripping on what may be the worst movie ever released directly after the Super Bowl.
We're back with a review of the movie everyone seems to love (everyone meaning the critics, not Nancy Kerrigan), I, Tonya. We talk about the stellar performances, reflect a little bit on our thoughts about the real life case, and talk some trailers as well.
In this episode we're joined by our friend Kate to review The Shape of Water. It gives a more realistic of fish-men than Jason Momoa's Aquaman. We also talk about the trailers for Alpha and Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs.
Happy New Year everybody! We're back with our first episode of 2018 to review The Greatest Showman. We talk about Hugh Jackman's inexplicable range. We also discuss trailers for Sherlock Gnomes and A Wrinkle in Time. Plus Mike relays a story of the time he worked at a movie theater and a family registered an odd complaint about Rent.
Merry Christmas! We finally reached the big day, and as a reward we decided to treat ourselves to a movie we actually enjoyed, Will Ferrell's 2003 holiday classic Elf. After all those Hallmark movies, God know's we earned it. We talk about why Elf is one of our favorite Christmas movies (the answer involves both Will Ferrell and James Caan). Hope you and yours have a great holiday!
As we come into the home stretch of our 25 Days of Christmas on Christmas Eve, here's our review of The Christmas Cottage, starring Hallmark Channel movie all star Steve Lund. Here's the description from IMDB: "Any couple who spends the night in the Christmas cottage shall have love everlasting - Lacey Quinn did not believe in happily ever after or the legend of the Christmas cottage. As maid of honor for her best friend Ava, her duties included decorating the cottage for the newlyweds. It was a simple enough task, but she hadn't counted on sexy Ean Callahan, the bride-to-be's brother, to be assisting her. Spending the evening ensconced in the overly romantic setting while a blizzard howls outside has Lacey wondering if fairy tales really do come true."
Today's episode is about the Hallmark Channel movie Finding Santa, but we focus less on the film and more on Mike's time playing Santa and the fact that Stephanie Tanner was barren on Fuller House. Here's the description from IMDB: "Grace is thrilled to be taking over the town's Christmas parade, but when the man playing St. Nick breaks his arm, she needs to find a replacement, even if the replacement is unwilling."
We Just Saw A Movie's 25 Days of Christmas rolls on with our latest review, Hallmark Channel's Christmas in Evergreen. Here's the description from IMDB: "Hoping to spur her longtime beau to action, a small-town veterinarian wishes upon a snow globe that this will be her most romantic Christmas ever." That description doesn't really describe it. She does wish for that, but she doesn't end up with her longtime beau. She ends up with the other guy: the superhero single dad doctor she meets at the airport. Enjoy the podcast, everyone.
After taking a break for a few days, our 25 Days of Christmas is back with a review of A Christmas Dogwalker's Tale, which feels like it has a few too many nouns in the title to make sense. Here's the description from IMDB: "When spoiled, 21-year old college student Luce Lockhart is forced to take a job over the holidays walking a rich developer's dog, she is thrilled to discover they are going to build a salon and spa over the quaint local dog park nearby. But when Luce meets Dean, an irritating yet handsome dogwalker actively trying to stop them, Luce is forced to question what the park means to her newfound friends, and whether she can put aside her selfish ways to help save the park before Christmas."