In a fun and unique episode, the guys bring a "Movie Night Pick" while ALSO getting to interview the writer of said movie! The guys are joined by John Whittington, Writer of the Netflix Original When We First Met, as he discusses the inspiration for the film, working with comedy star Adam Devine, and his previous work (LEGO Batman, LEGO Ninjago).
Where to Find: Netflix Original
2018 - Romantic Comedy
Starring: Adam Devine, Alexandra Daddario, Shelley Hennig
Director: Ari Sandel
Writer: John Whittington (duh)
Huh? Oh, I thought you asked me to describe this episode.
A movie night pick! A movie to avoid! "Movie Taboo" where Rodney and Lyndon form team "Lyn Diesel"! And YOUR answers to the question, "What is one NON-ESSENTIAL item you could not 'survive' without?"
Where to find: Netflix
2017 - R - Action, Drama, Mystery
Starring: Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olson
Director: Taylor Sheridan
Rotten Tomatoes: 87%
Warning....this one went off the rails. Chet and Rodney found themselves in rare form.
The Land Before Time, Friday the 13th, Air Bud, and Madea just to name a few! Chet and Rodney (in the absence of Lyndon) take on several examples of movie franchises with far too many sequels. We're sure you will be as surprised as we were to hear how many installments of Home Alone there are! Can you name all of the 9 "Ernest" films?!
Plus we read some of YOUR answers to the question, "What is one movie I wish got a sequel?"
Get the tissues ready. We were blessed to be joined by Sam Humphrey who play Tom Thumb in The Greatest Showman. Listen in as Sam opens up about the obstacles he faced on his path towards being an actor which included living with a disability as well as the emotional and mental battles he encountered. An amazing story of faith, positivity, and determination led to Sam acting alongside his childhood hero, Hugh Jackman.
Also, does Zac Efron whistle songs from High School Musical on set?
You can follow Sam on Twitter @RealSamHumphrey
So now that the Oscars are here, you heard about all of the Best Picture Nominees but are any of them actually worth seeing?? We still aim to help you save time and "Take Back Movie Night" but this time it is through the lens of ranking the Best Picture Nominees 10-1 (there were 9 but we cheated and added 1....shhh).
Also, we asked YOU what your "favorite movie of 2017 was that DID NOT get nominated." In this episode you will hear us reference several interviews we have done including Kurt Braunohler (The Big Sick), Hayden Szeto (The Edge of 17), and Paul Walter Hauser (I, Tonya). You can find those older episodes in our library and be sure to look for next weeks episode which is an interview with Sam Humphrey of The Greatest Showman!