Jon, Shane, and Pierce chat about The King of Staten Island, Soul, and Gangs of New York for our latest trio. Interesting fact: while all three movies share New York in common, two out of the three have pretty solid cat anus jokes.
Jon and Bryan discuss 2020 releases The Devil All the Time, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, and Wonder Woman 1984. It's a pretty lackluster trio, especially with Wonder Woman 1984 which has so many weird choices to wander through that we get trapped in a disjointed back-and-forth about it. What about the kid who shows up in a parking lot? What about everything involving Steve Trevor's soul/ghost? And so on.
Jon, Shane, and Pierce discuss the three-fer of Paddington 2, Lady Bird, and Police Story. With that last one Jon spends perhaps too much time talking about Jackie Chan hopping into the shower, but he would say Shane and Pierce don't spend enough time talking about it.
Jon, Shane, and Pierce talk about Hubie Halloween, The Evil Dead, and Apostle as our latest horror-themed movie trio. June Squibb's t-shirts make us laugh in spite of ourselves and Jon and Pierce agree that the less molesting trees in the world, the better.
Jon, Pierce, and JR praise one movie and slag on two more this month with An American Pickle, Palm Springs, and Eurovision Song Contest. This trio of 2020 comedies gets broken up by another thrilling round of the Movie Game that leads into a lot of talk about Ernest and all the holidays he saved.
Jon, Shane, and JR go two for three this month with Once Upon a Time in the West, The Thing, and The Untouchables. Shane gets some parenting advice about the perils of raising a gamer and we find room to praise Feivel. Not enough people talk about Feivel.
Jon, Shane, and JR talk about Selma, Juice, and Da 5 Bloods in our latest round of movies. Jon and JR disagree over how much Da 5 Bloods should focus on the Vietnam War itself and if you've ever wanted to know what John Lewis' standard Burger King order was, Shane's got the inside scoop.
Jon, Shane, Pierce, and JR discuss our latest trio of movies; Broken Arrow, Blue Chips, and Uncut Gems. Shane recalls some flag fetishists from his time with the Braves outdoors crew, and the gang struggles to remember what the grandpa is called in Uncut Gems. Gooby? Is that it?
Jon, Shane, Pierce, and Bryan talk about Seven Samurai, Parasite, and Freaks. One of those movies gets a fraction of the time the other do, we're introduced to the pinnacle of 70's kung fu movies with Crippled Masters, and Bryan confuses Hit Girl with McLovin.
Jon, Shane, Pierce, and Drew break up the quarantine with a discussion of Swiss Army Man, The Last Black Man in San Francisco, and Booksmart. We talk about high school and first-movie syndrome and wildly mischaracterize Catholic sex education.