Shane, Jon, and Sean talk about Fahrenheit 451, Come Sunday, and The Meyerowitz Stories on our latest episode, as well as bring up Broken Arrow for the first time in two decades and propose a stunt that will probably result in Jon's death.
Shane, Jon, and Blair discuss our latest three movie reviews (The Disaster Artist, Mudbound, and The Iron Giant). Ever the supportive wife, Blair overestimates Shane's talent at web creation. We also answer the eternal question: Mary J. Blige, yea or nay?
Shane and Jon discuss the latest movie trio of Lo and Behold, Nobody Speak, and Audrie and Daisy while also announcing a big change to the MMC and praising the ingenuity of the makers of the Snuggie.
Shane and Jon muddle through their discussion of three movies about women trying to get out from under male shadows, something they have limited personal experience with. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, The Silence of the Lambs, and Big Eyes are all on the table, as is the thrilling conclusion to the middle school division of Glenn Recreation Basketball.
Here at the MMC, we've been a little more serious in our podcasting as we talk about the best the previous year had to offer in movies and TV. That ends with our discussion of our 2017 Catch-Up Trio of Schlocky Movies. Not even a ten minute digression on Juggalos can quiet Shane's ire over Megan Leavey.
Jon, Bryan, and Sean discuss our latest movie trio, The Big Sick, Morris From America, and Dances With Wolves, about culture clashes. Bryan is not great at answering Jon's questions and we make uneducated guesses about arranged marriages.
Shane and Jon discuss the three movies in our Denzel Washington Trio (The Magnificent Seven, Mo' Better Blues, and The Pelican Brief) while also analyzing Ray Allen's legal career and the place that Eat, Pray, Love occupies on their watchlists.