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"You're So Sly, but So Am I" This week, it's Tracy's first time to see 1986's "Manhunter," starring William Petersen, Brian Cox, and a synthesizer. We talk about all things Hannibal Lecter to figure out which movie or TV show did this story best, plus what cannibals have to do with Hall & Oates. Write your secret message on toilet paper and listen now!
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"You're So Sly, but So Am I" This week, it's Tracy's first time to see 1986's "Manhunter," starring William Petersen, Brian Cox, and a synthesizer. We talk about all things Hannibal Lecter to figure out which movie or TV show did this story best, plus what cannibals have to do with Hall & Oates. Write your secret message on toilet paper and listen now!
"I Love You More Than My Luggage" We're back from hiatus with a pop culture classic, as this week it's Daniel's first time to see 1989's "Steel Magnolias." We talk about the glory of Dolly Parton, the history of erotic barn dancing, and why the term "chick flick" is stupid and inaccurate. Get Shelby her juice and listen now!
"You Can Always Depend on the Old Spy-Fucker" This week, it's Tracy's first time to see 1975's "Three Days of the Condor," a fantastic spy thriller starring Robert Redford's chest hair. We talk about unsexy sex scenes, what makes for a good espionage story, and why Sydney Pollack was the best. Turn on your '70s computer and try to listen now! (Seriously, does it have to be so loud?)
"The Only Thing That Matters Is What They Feel" This week, it's Daniel's first time to see 1967's "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," a landmark movie of the Civil Rights era that, distressingly, still has plenty of relevance today. We talk about what's aged well vs. what hasn't, why progressive movies are always behind the times, and why we're starting an all-new show called the Sidney Poitcast. Pour the monsignor a scotch and listen now!
"It's Not Strictly Legal" This week, it's Tracy's first time to see 1985's "Blood Simple," the first movie by the Coen brothers. It's a tense thriller set in small-town Texas that still holds up 35 years later. We talk about why Frances McDormand is a national treasure, how to pronounce "Dan Hedaya," and how Bruce Campbell is secretly the reason this movie got made. Book a flight to Uruguay and listen now!
"You're Not Splotchy." This week, it's Daniel's first time to see 2000's "Center Stage," a movie about hot young ballet dancers that is a holy talisman for many women of a certain generation. We talk about how the filmmakers used real dancers to make everything authentic, how Zoe Saldana got her first break with this movie, and yes, the glory that is Cooper Nielson. Dance the sh*t out of it and listen now!
"I Don't Wear the Dress" This week, it's Tracy's first time to see 2012's "Haywire," a great action movie starring Gina Carano as a badass field operative and an A-list roster of dudes as the bad guys dumb enough to get in her way. We talk about what makes the action so great, why director Steven Soderbergh didn't want to do the movie without Carano, and, of course, why Michael Fassbender is so hot. Get the hell out of Barcelona and listen now!
"Valley Girl: It's a Real Movie" This week, it's Daniel's first time to see 1983's "Valley Girl," which is a totally tubular movie unless you're like *such* a total pukoid. We talk killer 1980s soundtracks, why Nicolas Cage is so hairy, and how what started as an exploitation movie for dirty old men was rewritten in production to become a teen dramedy classic by pioneering director Martha Coolidge. Book a room at the Valley Sheraton and listen now!
"I Don't Like It, I Don't Agree With It, But I Accept It" Happy May the 4th! This week, it's Tracy's first time to see 2018's "Solo: A Star Wars Story." It is not a good movie, and it actually was a little worse than Daniel remembered. (He is very sorry.) We talk about why it was impossible for anyone to step into Harrison Ford's shoes, why nobody should try to copy John Williams, and why we still love "Star Wars" even after all these weird failure movies. Say happy birthday to Acorn Eldorf and listen now!
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