This week we ponder what to do in case of a pants emergency before the movies. Evan kicks things off with A CALL TO SPY (2:42), which is a true story about women who spied on the Nazis during WWII. Next, everyone discusses the Netflix movie ENOLA HOLMES (13:09), the Millie Bobby Brown vehicle where she plays Sherlock Holmes’s talented and charming teenage sister. The main event is Sofia Coppola’s ON THE ROCKS (28:51), about a daughter (Rashida Jones) and father (Bill Murray) who reconnect in NYC. In this week’s Patreon bonus audio, we cover the winner of our September poll, the 1967 film TO SIR, WITH LOVE.
This week we talk about Bill Murray in ST. VINCENT and the wonderful feel-good film PRIDE. And of course, we break off into tangents – for example, the age-old question of how one separates an artist from his art. Plus, Evan reveals his love of ranch flavoring as well as his hatred for Mountain Dew, and our good friend and colleague Andy Crump fills in for a vacationing Kris.
This week on the podcast we have fun tearing the Pierce Brosnan crapfest THE NOVEMBER MAN to pieces. Then we get into our delight at the re-release of GHOSTBUSTERS. Plus, we break off into lots of tangents about movie villains and all kinds of other stuff. And it’s true: This man has no dick.