In this episode, we watch Bruce Willis take matters into his own, lifeless hands in Death Wish, see terrible movie history being made in The Disaster Artist, find out the scandalous history Professor Marston and the Wonder woman, and are excited/terrified for Mother!
In this episode, we see Jon Hamm live forever in Marjorie Prime, decide that we want to check out Brad’s Status, smell something rotten in Suburbicon, and find young love, Italian-style, in Call Me By Your Name.
In this episode, we found out that L.A. is a real fantasy land in Bright, step back to the 80s with Ready Player One, finally meet the Justice League, and are ready for the buddy thriller going by the name Thor: Ragnarok.
In this episode, we wonder what makes life a Lemon, join Gary Oldman in The Darkest Hour, are enamored with The Incredible Jessica James, and are excited to explore A Wrinkle In Time. Plus, news from D23!
In this episode we hang out with Fun/Bad mom’s at both Dinner/Christmas, find out what’s so impressive about Borg vs. McEnroe, and learn how to Breath with Andrew Garfield. Plus our thoughts on Okja, Baby Driver, and Spiderman Homecoming!
In this episode, we sing one more song with the Barden Bellas in Pitch Perfect 3, are ready to cry as Jake Gyllenhaal gets Stronger, are not sure if we want to play Jumanji or be Welcome to the Jungle, and are ready to give our money to The Greatest Showman.
In this episode, we watch Hayden Christen do…..something in First Kill, give Miles Teller another chance in Thank You For Your Service, as eerily quiet as we watch Nobody Speak, and are wondering if To The Bone is the best thing to depict on Netflix.
In this episode, we are ready to get back on the road with The Trip to Spain, are wondering if Daddy’s Home 2 (with twice the daddies) really needed to be made, are so confused reading The Book of Henry, and are greeting Oscar season with Goodbye Christopher Robin.
In this episode, we watch Idris Elba and Kate Winslet climb The Mountain Between Us, wonder who is The Hero, realize that the 90s is now a period setting in Landline, and are ready for Black Panther.