GOOD MADAM and DON’T MAKE ME GO on Episode #418

Mia Isaac is dirving with John Cho in the passenger seat in the movie Don't Make Me Go

Our faces while we watched DON’T MAKE ME GO

Dave is taking a few weeks off (and we’ll miss him), so we’re taking on this week’s movies as a duo. First, we review Jenna Cato Bass’s GOOD MADAM (2:13), a South African horror film on Shudder that we find pretty confusing. But we do think it has some interesting commentary on race and class underneath. Then we cover Hannah Marks’s DON’T MAKE ME GO (25:00) an uneven Amazon drama mired by strange narrative choices. However, it features yet another amazing performance by John Cho. And in this week’s Patreon exclusive audio, we talk about Nathan Greno and Byron Howard’s 2010 Disney animated film TANGLED, starring Mandy Moore and Zachary Levi!


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MOANA, BAD SANTA 2, and RULES DON’T APPLY on Episode #124


Find out why Evan thinks MOANA is just delightful.

Happy post-Thanksgiving! First, we’ve got some singing, and then we’ve got a whole mess o’ movies, beginning with Kris’ take on Warren Beatty’s RULES DON’T APPLY. Then Dave goes through BAD SANTA 2, and Evan wraps things up with Disney’s MOANA. And then there’s more singing (briefly!).

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Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Steward in American Ultra

This picture is way cooler than anything that happens in AMERICAN ULTRA.

Movies like woah on this week’s Spoilerpiece. First, Evan teases the book about ‘80s films that he’s been working on with his friend Bryan Krull, prompting a deeper conversation on ‘80s movies. Then Dave shares his thoughts on THE TRIBE because he finally saw it. Evan’s up next to talk about how THE GIFT subverts expectations, before Dave goads him into spoiling the movie’s big twist. After that, Evan and Kris discuss why they weren’t fans of AMERICAN ULTRA (hint: it’s about a stoner secret agent and plotted like a stoner wrote it). Dave follows up by quickly exploring why PEOPLE PLACES THINGS is so sluggish and by-the-numbers. And last, but not least, Kris reviews CALL ME LUCKY, a great documentary by Bobcat Goldthwait about Boston comedian and activist Barry Crimmins.

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