Jon, Shane, and Drew go spoof-crazy this month, as we break down the comedic chops of Galaxy Quest, They Came Together, and Clue. Stay tuned for Coach Cast, wherein we check in with Dauber and the gang as they steer their football team to victory!
Jon and Drew listen while Shane loses his shit over Blade, specifically Blade Trinity. Jon's so bewildered that he completely forgets to referee the Movie Game. There is in fact no movie named Eastward Bound, and Owen Wilson's not in it.
Jon, Shane, and Pierce talk about our latest trio of movies: Captain Fantastic, Barb and Star Go To Vista Del Mar, and Spotlight. We sing the praises of Jamie Dornan, who in turn sings to seagulls, and Pierce references a meme.
Jon, Shane, Pierce, and JR talk about the horrifying Saint Maud, the hilarious Mitchells vs the Machines, and the confounding Tenet. JR gets in a great anecdote about a family road trip and Jon has a headache.
Jon's by himself to talk about Into the Grizzly Maze, Night in Paradise, and In the Mood For Love. One of these movies is not like the others, and the whiplash makes Jon pretty uncomfortable.
Jon, Drew, and Pierce talk about Godzilla vs Kong, Mortal Kombat, and Another Round. They realize that they know too little about Danish education and too much about the rivalry between Scorpion and Sub-Zero.
Jon, Shane, Riley, and JR talk about Sound of Metal, The Handmaiden, and I Care a Lot, two of which we loved and one of which makes Shane moan with rage. Jon doesn't get punk bands or vaping as a thing, but he sure talks excitedly about horny movies.
Jon, Shane, Pierce, and JR discuss Nomadland, The Little Things, and Judas and the Black Messiah, two of which are pretty great and one is a movie that exists.
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.