In this episode, we are truly scared by IT, are along for the ride as Ingrid Goes West, are here to tell you that Netflix’s War Machine is not a comic book movie, and are ready to paint it black with The Mummy.
In this episode, we watch Netflix Casting Jon Benet, are ready for the Justice League to finally come together, can’t wait to pass Three Billboards Outside Ebbings, Missouri, and are ready to meet our friendly neighborhood Spiderman (Homecoming).
In this episode, we watch the strangest (or best?) mother/daughter relationship in Snatched, see if Charlize Theron is really a killer queen in Atomic Blonde, have a Rough Night with Scarlette Johansson, and are all in for Wonder Woman.
In this episode, we get a sneak peak of phone booth-loving Deadpool, find out How to be a Latin Lover, get Guy Ritchie’s take on King Arthur, and finally meet Star-Lord’s dad in Guardians of the Galaxy 2.
In this episode, we are pretty sure we can’t hang with The Bad Batch, are ready to weep at The Leveling, can’t wait to fall in love with Everything Everything, and are glad to see Will Smith in a position of authority again in Bright.
In this episode, we are yet again worried/sad for Adam Sandler in his new movie Sandy Wexler, wonder what weirdness James Franco is up to in The Institute, go Song to Song with some good looking crooners, and are all in for Jason Mantzoukas in The House.
In this episode, we watch a woman work in the giant metaphor that is a garden in This Beautiful Fantastic, observe a man maybe fall in love with a dead woman in the Ghost of New Orleans, wonder what person thought The Assignment would be a good idea for a movie, and are beset by Read more about We Approve It – The Beautiful Ghost Knight[…]
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.