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This week we feature TWO reviews! We talk at length about some of the themes found in 1997's Gattaca, and quickly review Jackie Chan's new film, The Foreigner. Two movies about men doing every in their power to achieve their goal. Hope you enjoy our reviews, thank you for your support! Don't forget to review and subscribe wherever you listen! 

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Thirty-five years in the making, Blade Runner 2049 just released and we looked very much forward to reviewing it. Sequels almost always come with a standard set too high they're set up to fail, but this movie stands out. We did what we could to not spoil too much of it because we really want people to judge for themselves. Is it better than the original? Can't say! We hope you enjoy and don't forget to review and sibscribe wherever you listen!

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This week we try out for a sports movie review- White Men Can't Jump! Competition. Rivalry. Love. Debt. All these things make up the sport of basketball...sort of. Woody Harrelson is a treasure. Wesley Snipes is unforgettable. A lot of the drama is hidden behind comedy, so be sure to keep an open mind when watching! We hope you enjoy our ramble; don't forget to review and subscribe wherever you listen! As always, thanks for listening! 

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Hey-oh, folks! This week's theme was "unconventional heroes". What does it mean? We don't have a clue, but it sounded like a fun theme. Our poll tied (which is great, because it means people are voting), so we made the executive decision to review Mystery Men! Truly unconventional heroes. An underrated, underdog movie. We hope you enjoy our ramble on this hilarious movie! Thanks for listening, and don't forget to review & subscribe wherever you listen! 

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Hey-o, folks! TIme travel isn't possible...yet, but that didn't stop us from reviewing 12 Monkeys. Released in 1995, it was directed by Terry Gilliam and starred Bruce Willis and Brad Pitt. Is time linear, or wibbly wobbly? We don't know, we're not scientists! But we do review movies! So we hope you enjoy as go on about how trippy this movie is- definitely worth a watch. Thanks for listening and don't forget to review and subscribe wherever you listen! 

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Hey-o, good people! We tried something a little different this week and drew a movie at random from our super high-tech randomizer (a mason jar, but I swear it's more complicated than that)! The lucky winner was Monsters, directed by Gareth Edwards and released in 2010. A movie as much about humanity as devastation. An ambient film very much worth the watch. So, we hope you enjoy our ramble, don't forget to review & subscribe wherever you listen. Thanks for your support!  

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Hey there, folks! We've been away for a little while, unfortunately, but we're back now with a review of The Secret of NIMH! We've got a soft spot for animation AND animals, so this movie was especially well received! Mice are just the cutest, aren't they? Hope you enjoy and don't forget to review & subscribe wherever you listen! Thanks for listening! 

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Hello, folks! We couldn't get enough of either John Candy or John Hughes, so naturally we reviewed UNcle Buck! As a special surprise, a good friend frequent guest recently became an uncle, so he joins to share his thoughts on the movie. We hope you enjoy us go on about how great these two worked together! Enjoy! Please don't forget to subscribe and review wherever you listen! 

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Hey, folks! First of all, we're sorry about last week's poor quality episode, but we hope to make it to you with a John Hughes classic- Planes, Trains, & Automobiles! We're pretty big fans of his and were more than happy to have talked about how fun this movie is; it's heartwarming, funny, and endearing. What's not to love? We hope you enjoy our review! Don't forget to review and subscribe wherever you listen! Thanks for listening! 

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Hey hey, folks! We tried to class it up a little this after reviewing Troll 2 by picking out a Criterion film! Bottle ROcket won our poll this week and we had lots of fun with it. Wes Anderson's first film really set the tone for him and what we would come to expect from his later projects. We had some audio difficulties, but we hope you still enjoy our discussion! Don't forget to rate & review wherever you listen, and as always thank for listening! 

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