Jon, Shane, and Bryan discuss MacGruber, The Founder, and Heathers. In keeping with The Founder, we talk a lot about McDonald's and learn Bryan's preferred order and Jon's favorite Play Place.
Jon and Shane revel in the glories of our latest trio, which includes No Country For Old Men, Shoplifters, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. We also pin the war on terror at Willem Dafoe's doorstep and Shane shares some complaints with Dekalb County Sanitation, in case they're listening.
Jon, Shane, Bryan, and Drew talk about our latest trio of movies: Hell or High Water, Green Book, or Frank. We anxiously await Nick Vallelonga's follow-up to the sensitive tone poem that is Green Book, we get the debut of the Hartman kid's ode to a carpet, and we all sing the praises of Ponderosa Steakhouse.
In our podcast about movie trio Unicorn Store, Inherent Vice, and Burning, Jon tries in vain to convince Bryan that Burning is worth paying attention to and we pitch a Mad Men reboot that we think merges boomer respectability with millenial flightiness. Checks can be sent to mediocremovie.club.
Jon, Bryan, and Drew have a brief chat (by our standards) about our last trio of movies, The Informant, Murder on the Orient Express, and The Third Man. The last of these baffles us as a group, so much that we have to distract ourselves with Drew throwing his hat in the 'who does the worst accents in the MMC' race.
Shane, Jon, Bryan, and Drew spend a long time discussing the perceived faults of Bohemian Rhapsody before they move into the delirious genius of Raw and split evenly over High Flying Bird. In regard to Bohemian Rhapsody, we find room to wonder if Coco the gorilla could've improved the film if she gave the script a once-over.
Jon and Shane discuss our latest trio movies, which include Take Shelter, Solo, and The Beach. Shane's coming in hot on this one, and we also learn which kitchen tool Jon fears/respects the most.
Shane and Jon discuss Ralph Breaks the Internet, Logan, and Roma for our latest trio of movies, with some extra talk thrown in about the Oscar nominations. We also discuss the worst possible moments in Roma for a four year old to burst into the room and see what's on screen.
Jon, Shane, and Bryan return to First Reformed, and also talk about The Ballad of Buster Scruggs and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Buster Scruggs takes them back to elementary school and needlessly blowing away buffalo in Oregon Trail, and we coin the new 'sacramental ranch' craze currently sweeping the Midwest.
We're back after a month hiatus to discuss our latest trio of movies; The Kindergarten Teacher, Hold the Dark, and Buster's Mal Heart. Shane, Jon, and Riley discuss these three, as well as famous teens like Danny Alamonte and the kid who played Neckbone in Mud, plus we ask the timeless question: Do bears know they can eat people?