• The Wrong Missy

    The Wrong Missy

    Mike: This is another Adam Sandler vehicle where mysteriously ever yfilm ends up on a cruise ship or Hawaii.

    Jay: David Spade meets two women in a short span of time, both named Missy. He has a horrible blind date. She's the most obnoxious person ever which would be fine as like a singular scene where shes this weird creepy person. He meets another woman with the same name, and then accidentally invites the first Missy to Hawaii. The predictable…

  • The Assistant

    The Assistant

    Jay: I liked the movie, but I can see a lot of people being bored by the movie even thought I thought it was pretty good.

    Mike: I loved this movie. This movie has a sort of like real life documentary feel. The trailer leads you to think that it's gonna be more of a thriller mystery kind of thing. You don't really get the impression that it's a movie based on Harvey Weinstein or his ilk. You get the…

  • Brahms: The Boy II

    Brahms: The Boy II

    Mike: Katie Holmes escaped Scientology for this?

  • Vivarium

    Vivarium

    Jay: I love the premise, I thought it started great and then it started to get tedious which is partially by design I guess cause that's kind of the whole concept of the movie, but it lost me at a certain point. I loved the simplicity of the beginning of it, I love the concept that hell or purgatory is just an endless suburbia that you can't escape. It's a little on the nose, a little obvious but it works…

  • Gretel & Hansel

    Gretel & Hansel

    Jay: It's one of those cases of probably like an average, okayish script, that is elevated by fantastic film-making because this is one of the most gorgeous looking movies I've seen in a really long time. It's lots of wide lenses, great cinematography, the witch is played by the Borg Queen Alice Krige, she's creepy and fantastic in it. But at the end of the day it's the story of Hansel and Gretel.

    Jay: It's hard not to compare it…

  • The Invisible Man

    The Invisible Man

    Mike: Invisible Man was really enjoyable it was a nice take on the Invisible Man character.

    Jay: I saw some people complaining about the way he becomes the invisible man in this how it's like a scientific suit, they were saying it was silly. Does it matter? In the original story he drinks a magic potion.

    Mike: This movie is not about the Invisible Man, its about being in an abusive relationship and gas lighting.

    Jay: He wants to get…

  • Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

    Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness

    Mike: I watched three episodes and i had to stop. I was slightly interested and then... yeah it made me want to take a shower.

    Jay: All these people are horrible. It's a really dark, gross show. But people are reacting to it like its this kooky thing, which is weird. It's the perfect companion piece to "Roar" and "Grizzly Man" in that t really pinpoints that these fucking people that have this weird romanticized idea of these wild animals…

  • Tully

    Tully

    Jay: I liked it until I didn't. I was basically just like, "man that Charlize Theron is really good, she is such a great actress."

    Mike: You could say it's a bit contrived, a bit corny, but I liked it.

  • The Devil and Father Amorth

    The Devil and Father Amorth

    Jay: It's just terrible, just awful. It could have been an interesting companion piece to the exorcist but no. Just a huge pile of junk, it sucks. It's a shame cause I love William Friedkin, but just terrible.

  • American Animals

    American Animals

    Mike: It's really stylized and it really has like a David Fincher quality to it. It's really interesting the way that they present this story.

  • Flower

    Flower

    Mike: This movie is a stinkball. It's a big pile of horse shit. Worst ending ever, in a motion picture.

  • Thoroughbreds

    Thoroughbreds

    Jay: I really liked Thoroughbreds. Even though all the performances are great Anton Yelchin really steals it.

    Mike: It's a performance movie. Those three actors hold your attention there's not a lot of crazy shit going on. It's a "coming-of-age crime" movie.