SHAFT, THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO, I AM MOTHER, and ALWAYS BE MY MAYBE on Episode #257

Jessie T. Usher, Samuel L. Jackson and Richard Roundtree dressed in sunglasses and red coats with black turtlenecks in the movie Shaft
Three generation of Shafts come together, but that doesn’t make SHAFT any better.

After debating whether Janis Joplin wanted a pizza your heart, Kris, Evan, and Dave get down to the diverse slate of movies this week on Spoilerpiece. First up is festival-favorite THE LAST BLACK MAN IN SAN FRANCISCO (3:50). Then it’s SHAFT (16:12), which is not another reboot of SHAFT, but a sequel to SHAFT. Did that make sense? Yeah, SHAFT doesn’t either. Then Dave and Evan get into I AM MOTHER (33:45), a new Netflix flick about a robot that may or may not be evil. Then it’s ALWAYS BE MY MAYBE (45:48), with Ali Wong and Randall Park.

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HORRIBLE BOSSES 2, THE HOMESMAN, and PENGUIINS OF MADAGASCAR on Episode #20

Horrible Bosses 2

Happy Thanksgiving! Before you head off to the movie theater after turkey, check out the gang’s thoughts on HORRIBLE BOSSES 2, Tommy Lee Jones’ THE HOMESMAN, and the goofiness of PENGUINS OF MADAGASCAR. Evan, Kris, and Dave all offer thoughts on the reasoning behind the latest HORRIBLE BOSSES debacle, there’s a lengthy debate over the merits of  THE HOMESMAN, and the penguins? Well, penguins are cute, damn it!

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