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.
The MMC throws Bryan a bone as Jon and Drew join him to talk about one of his personal favorites, Singin in the Rain.
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.
A tough month for movies unites Jon, Shane, Sean, and JR. We picked some real stinkers this month with Alita: Battle Angel, Hamburger Hill, and The Skulls, but we polish this turd into a pretty good conversation that swings between stabbed-in-the-back fascist narratives and whether or not provosts have enough space in their schedules for murders.
Jon, Shane, Pierce, and JR suggest several movie or TV options for whatever scenario the quarantined viewer finds themselves in. Worried your kids are turning on you? Jon's got you covered. Looking for an homage to brotherly love? Shane knows what you need. Fighting off a shape-shifting alien entity in an enclosed space? Pierce has got the ticket. Stay safe out there, MMC'ers.
Jon, Shane, Riley, and JR talk about our last trio of movies; Midsommar, Troop Zero, and Dark Places. Dean Cain is the subject of Shane's hit new game, and Jon provides further evidence of why he would make a terrible therapist.
Jon, Pierce, Drew, and JR discuss some notable 2019 releases, including Parasite, Uncut Gems, and 1917. We're sorry to say that this episode is only half-edited, as there was an issue with the saved file and Jon just can't be bothered to reinvest an hour of time into editing. This is how he wins.
The MMC's latest movie trio (Hail Satan, Zodiac, Long Shot) get broken down by Jon and Shane, and Shane introduces a new game starring everyone's favorite Kremlinologist, Steven Seagal.
Jon sits down with Pierce and Shane to go over his top 100 films of the 2010's. He has to defend a relatively high placement of The Avengers, gets personal with Spotlight, and a trend of dead kid plot points is noticed. What's that about?
Shane goes over his top 25 of the decade with Jon and Pierce, while also getting in a brag about his lucid dreaming ability. We spend a good chunk of the episode praising the Lonely Island, and Jon's pretty upset with himself for not remembering an Indonesian war criminal's name.