Surprise! We’re back for a check-in episode to discuss the best and worst of summer entertainment so far.
Join us as we talk about what worked, what didn’t, and how Harry Styles did in Dunkirk. Plus, Michelle’s oscar predicting skills experience a dramatic reversal.
There has been . . . . an awakening.
The podcast returns to sort through the best (and worst) films and TV shows of 2016. Join us for subjective ranking, inconsistent judging standards, and just a few mini-fights. 2017, here we come!
O, Summer, where have you gone? What cinematic entertainment hath thou wrought? What did’st Thomas, Michelle, and Dan think of thee?
We’re back, b****es, to talk about the movies, TV shows, and books that rocked our break.
The Marvel juggernaut lurches on, carried by a fearful gravity that constantly delights us as it slouches towards worldwide box office records.
What did Thomas, Dan, and Michelle think about the most recent offering and where does it fall in the MCU rankings? Let’s rank them and find out.
With Batman vs. Superman still in theaters for a few more hours, we take a look at director Zack Snyder and his over-the-top, luscious, ludicrous filmography.
**BONUS LISTEN** Michelle takes us in-depth with some Beyoncé/LEMONADE talk.
Join Thomas and Michelle as they trace the evolution of the movie musical from its vaudeville roots to the pop-inspired hybrid of today.
Critical Faculties, take a knee. It’s Christmas Movie time. Join us as we celebrate all things cinematically happy and perennial. Also, Dan drinks a stick of butter.
Time for a deep dive. We look at the artful, macho, mildly obscure films of French director Jean-Pierre Melville. We put on our trench coats and fedoras and head down a deserted Parisian street on foot.
There will be tasteful decor.
Michelle and Thomas dive into the peculiar, hyper-specific world of writer-director Nancy Meyers. Age-inappropriate relationships, throw pillows, and some light feminism coming your way.