In this episode, we check in with some old friends in T2 Trainspotting, watch two women continuously switch lives (and punch each other) in Catfight, support the apple picking union in In Dubious Battle, and watch so many seductive glances in My Cousin Rachel.
In this episode, we welcome back the Colossal Anne Hathaway, are ready to watch Deidra & Laney Rob a Train, are (inappropriately) laughing at The Discovery, and we realize I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore.
In this episode, we remember that Franco can do some drama in I Am Michael, are uncomfortably floored by Una, are ready to pull an All Nighter with JK Simmons, and are just happy to spend time in the Bright Lights with Debbie and Carrie.
In this episode, we cringe through the Katherine Heigel stalker movie in Unforgettable, watch three old men try Going In Style, wonder just how many guns does John Wick: Chapter 2 include, and are afraid of showers in Alien: Covenant. WE also discuss movies seen over the holiday break and the deaths of Carrie Fisher Read more about We Approve It – Unforgettable Alien Style[…]
In this episode, we dedicate most of our time talking about Golden Globes nominations and how much fun it would be for Deadpool aka Ryan Reynolds to win something. We also wonder what America’s Dad Tom Hanks is up to in The Circle, and are ready to lose to those damn dirty apes in War Read more about We Approve It – Golden Globes and Monkey Madness[…]
In this episode, we roll our eyes at who gets The Last Word, wonder about the future of our favorite family in The Fate of the Furious, hope to one day get saved by The Rock in Baywatch, and watch the youngest web-slinger around in Spiderman Homecoming.
In this episode, we find God and/or Octavia Spencer in The Shack, wonder who is telling the biggest lie in Big Little Lies, watch a weird turn in the Mission Impossible movies with The Mummy, and are excited for our favorite tree alien in Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2.
In this episode, we experience some déjà vu as we watch The Take (Formerly Bastille Day), wonder what nonsense is happening in The Last Face, are ready to see Robert De Niro make a comeback in a comedy worth his time in The Comedian, and have some very loud thoughts while watching Silence.
In this episode, we hang out with A Street Can Named Bob, are scared to Find A Cure For Wellness, laugh with the crazy family in Almost Christmas, and learn the somber story of The Zookeeper’s Wife.