NOT OKAY and MEDUSA on Episode #420

Zoey Deutch wears a beret and stands in front of ring lights taking photos in the movie Not OkayThis week we have two movies on the docket that we have some VERY strong opinions about. First, we cover Anita Rocha da Silveira’s MEDUSA (1:57), a compelling neon-soaked feminist allegory about a militant young religious woman who experiences a world-shattering crisis of faith. It’s hard to describe succinctly, but the extended summary on IMDb does a good job. Next, we review Quinn Shephard’s NOT OKAY (25:56), a satire about a self-involved young woman (Zoey Deutch) who gains followers and fame by posing as the survivor of a terrorist attack but experiences a spectacular fall from grace when her secret is discovered. Spoiler: It’s a film that deeply divided us. And in this week’s Patreon exclusive audio, we talk about the winner of our 1984 movie poll: Wolfgang Peterson’s fantasy epic THE NEVERENDING STORY


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BLACKkKLANSMAN, THE MEG, LIKE FATHER, SET IT UP, and recaps on Episode #213

Adam Driver looks at a card from the KKK as John David Washington looks along.

Adam Driver and John David Washington take on the KKK in Spike Lee’s BLACKkKLANSMAN.

It’s a whole heaping helping of Spoilerpiece this week! First up is Dave who catches us up on BLINDSPOTTING (2:51), which you absolutely must see before it leaves theaters. Next up, Evan describes his first time watching two very different movies: PSYCHO (10:59) and RAT RACE (16:39). Dave and Evan checked out two of the biggest Netflix exclusive flicks of the moment, LIKE FATHER and SET IT UP (22:55). Then it’s on to the new releases, as Kris reviews THE MEG (35:42), where Jason Statham fights an ancient, gigantic shark (you know what you’re getting into). Closing out the episode is Dave with BLACKkKLANSMAN (50:18), based on an incredible but true story that connects America’s current racial tensions to the past it refuses to acknowledge (even if you know the story, you have no idea what you’re getting into).


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