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93 – Before I Beauty and the Tim Timmerman

Don’t forget that Logan came out this week– but there’s also Before I Fall and (if you live in Utah) Tim Timmerman: Hope of Tomorrow. Also, Andy got to see Beauty and the Beast early and we go through the non-controversy of gay LeFou.

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50 – Angry Neighbors 2: Nice Guys Rising

Andy and Adam have major disagreements on Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, and we review The Nice Guys and Angry Birds. Then we talk about the controversy around Ghostbusters. . . and “ethics in film journalism.”

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Worst to first means we start with Angry Birds. We don’t need this much backstory.  Bright, colorful, and definitely Angry Birds, but that doesn’t make it a great movie. Andy gives it 3/10 and has a more full review here.

We drastically disagree on Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising. Andy thinks it’s a bit been-there, done-that for the main storyline, but it adds a layer of social commentary and a nice heart that is excellent. Adam says this movie is everything that is wrong with America. It’s basically Donald Trump in movie form. We have dueling reviews here (Andy’s positive one- 7/10) and here (Adam’s negative one- 1/10).

What we both agree you should go see is The Nice Guys. It’s very Shane Black-y. Gosling and Crowe are both having a blast here. It’s the little details in the script that really make this work. Both of us give this a 9/10 and Andy has a more full review here.

Ghostbusters. Choosing which movies we see and review. Is the Angry Video Game Nerd a film critic? No. But he has 2,000,000 Youtube subscribers! “Well, actually…”

(Andy would like to apologize to Kim Kardashian for a factual misstatement on the podcast for underestimating her age.  With a birthdate of October 21, 1980, she will turn 35 a whopping 18 days before Election Day, November 8, making her 2 1/2 weeks being Constitutionally eligible to be our president.  You go, girl? I guess.)

Aristotle and Batman. Rhymes with “sexism.”