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47 – Mother’s Sing Street Green Room Day

This week we’re down a castmember (we miss you Brooke!) but Andy and Adam review the catastrophe that is Mother’s Day and the spectacular Green Room and Sing Street. Also, Keanu came out this week, but if you want to hear about that, listen to our previous episode when Andy saw it at SXSW, when he gave it a 9/10.

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Mother’s Day is awful. Don’t let your mother or any other human close to it. 2/10 because the actors are all very charming and talented and deserve better material. Andy’s more full review here.

Green Room is amazing. A story of punk rockers vs. neo-nazis with murder and evil Patrick Stewart. It follows a sort of horror movie pattern, but it’s incredibly inventive and fun.  Adam is in love with this. It’s a 10/10.

Sing Street is another film by John Carney (Once, Begin Again) and if you liked those you will love this too. Set in Dublin in the 80’s its soundtrack is full of classic 80s songs. Boy meets girl, boy starts band to impress girl, relationships between friends and lovers develop. Great story, great soundtrack. Andy’s favorite song and sequence from the movie:

It has a few problems (the ending is a little off) but it’s generally great. Andy’s more full review here and he gives it a 9/10.

Who are some of our favorite movie moms? NO! WIRE! HANGERS!

Get away from her, YOU BITCH!!!

I’M LIKE THE CRYPTKEEPER!!