Any documentary that prominently features Laverne Cox is great in our book
This week we stop briefly in Vegantown before Megan offers two quick reviews. First, MY SPY (2:32), a mediocre but charming movie, and then IRRESISTIBLE (7:17), a disappointing Jon Stewart film. Next, Megan and Dave cover YOU SHOULD HAVE LEFT (13:20), a terrible Kevin Bacon/Amanda Seyfried horror flick. Then, everyone applauds MISS JUNETEENTH (23:06), a heartwarming drama about a Black beauty pageant and a tender mother-daughter relationship. Lastly, they praise DISCLOSURE (37:40), an incredible documentary on transgender representation in media. In honor of Pride month, we review Cheryl Dunye’s THE WATERMELON WOMAN, the winner of this month’s poll, in our Patreon exclusive audio.
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It’s a mix of the highbrow and lowbrow this week as we talk about the complexities of Iran in Jon Stewart’s ROSEWATER, and the comedic atrocities of DUMB AND DUMBER TO, a 20-years-later sequel that no one wanted. Or if they DID want it, they wanted it 15 years ago. Plus, how many viewers will get that the “to” is misspelled on purpose?
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