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I can't wait until the back half of 2022, when Mike just admits he fell asleep during the movie and then reviews the dream he had instead.
Best comment 2022.
Sure, just contanstly throwing lifetime away. "F 2020, F 2021, can't wait till 2022 is gone, F lifetime".
The dream will be nothing but mike and jay staring blankly at rich while he screams 'AIDS' over and over
Jay's editing was insane on this on this one, hopefully Mike recovers from being old soon.
I just love how the video slowly devolves like Mike broke and needs to be rebooted.
For anyone keeping score at home, Mike makes it to 9:34 in this video before mentioning Star Trek
I honestly would love a Deep Space Nine Re:view or maybe like a Season 1 TNG like style of DS9. That show is so much like and so much not like todays Star Trek.
He's gotten really sloppy lately.
@euroshopperbier1337 That's right, Jay
For everyone keeping trek?
And he somehow fails to mention the Original Series episode about people rapidly aging!
Jay’s a really talented editor. Just wanted to give him a shout out. He’s bringing his A game lately.
I iliked it when he edited the last video to make it say "Mike went to make a poo."
Yeah, he did an amazing job editing out Mike's constant coughing, barely even noticed it
"the dog is dead... it was only just alive" I keeled over laughing at that
I can't believe the dog killed himself. Why would he commit suicide? Why?
Jay is one of the best editors on Clip-Share. Seriously hilarious and perfect edits that often make the whole episode, and he’s been so consistent. Practice makes perfect, but Jay has got actual talent for seeing how to edit an absolutely hilarious episode.
I still think that Mike has better touch but in this episode Jay did a great job.
I still confuse Wes Anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson so I’m always like, “I wish Wes Anderson would make movies like Boogie Nights again.”
@Kristin Caudill Um... Did I miss something? When did I say I hate Wes Anderson movies?
@Brandon Wright You talking about how much you hate Wes Anderson movies is only proving my point.
Can you imagine a Wes Anderson directed Boogie Nights? Haha
@Aaron Shouting No it isn't. Everyone loves PTA for no good reason whatsoever. But you needn't listen to me on this. Only one of those two guys has a movie nominated for best picture this year, and it isn't the one it should be.
@Kristin Caudill it’s the other way around
I recently realized how to describe Wes Anderson’s style, which is that he makes silent films that aren’t silent. I agree with Mike and Jay that I’d love to see him do something drastically different while keeping his style, like maybe making a science fiction/fantasy movie or something; like a modern A Trip to the Moon.
A Wes Anderson-directed A Trip to the Moon would be fun.
@Pepe Silvia what
Because Horror is my favorite genre I would love to see a Wes Anderson horror movie.
I loved the jaded disinterest in pretty much everything.
They had my exact feelings on the marvel and SW stuff that came out in 2021
That's how you have to be with entertainment these days, otherwise you end up angry and disappointed, because everything is a bait-and-switch these days. The only hope is in watching movies that look bad. Either they're bad and you get to laugh at them, or they turn out to be good and you get a pleasant surprise.
The world's just kinda headed that direction, I guess.
Mike, you were great on the last episode of smiling friends. Can you tell Mr. Plinkett Night Court is finally streaming on Amazon so he can stop worrying about his VCR? Thanks love what you do.
@dogmanbitehurt i do my best
Amazon ruined the plot of Mr Plinckett
@slateran oh trust me I know
I hope mike gets to see all the green cumulons
The continuity and audio syncing error in Mainstream that Jay is baffled by at 22:00 is a reference to the Godard movie Breathless, where Belmondo wears the same fedora/jacket, smokes, and speaks in the same fashion as Garfield in the scene. Even as a brain-dead film school reference-for-the-sake-of-reference its still incredibly stupid: Breathless is known for its jump cuts, where Godard edits out the "connective" shots to indicate passage of time and give the scenes a frenetic energy in the edit. What Godard didn't do in the film is show the same action from two angles. It's a failure to understand what a jump cut even is. The director knows it is a Film Thing that people talk about but seems to have never edited.Breathless is also known for being shot without sound in many scenes with the audio dubbed in later by the actors (mostly due to the noisy camera), leading to funky syncing. The filmmaker here is trying to approximate this but seems to be using live audio from another take, or the same take with it unsynced. Either she didn't know why the audio in Breathless didn't match up or she failed to make the sound sufficiently ADR-sounding to sell the difference as a allusion and not just a mistake.It's no different than "REMEMBER YODAAAA?" but aimed at connoisseurs of fine filmé. You know like Andrew Garfield.Just a guess, but I'd almost say it's the kind of half-baked reference you would jam in a movie if you were very concerned that film buffs weren't going to accept you as a serious director like, say, your sister or your dad.
I came here to write a much shittier version of this. Kudos Gentleman Pesto!
The Empty Man is seriously a hidden gem. It's almost a perfect Lovecraftian horror movie that is completely flying under the radar
I didn’t like it
It's kinda crap, but there's something there
@Haley Allen Annihilation had a scene like that too. Found footage, some extreme autopsy suicide stuff. Honestly quite cliche. But Jay is right about Empty Man being worthwhile, because it rather deftly shifts scenarios and categories, if not outright genre blending. I was impressed, even if the ending was a tad underwhelming, and yes, it was too long.
This movie isn’t bad so far. Kinda annoyed they borrowed a little too much from the short film The Begotten for one scene (that scene with the guy in the videotape stabbing himself in the stomach)
@Julian I see what you did there xDDD
I just enjoy the fact that these immuno-compromised elderly men from Wisconsin just stayed home and watched low-budget garbage on their streaming platforms, so they had nothing interesting to say about any of the films... and to make the video more funny, Editor Jay just slowed Mike's voice down while he described how a movie made him catatonic. And this content is still better than 99% of Clip-Share.
@Thomas F. Ranieri Just looks like a joke to me based on the whole "hack frauds" thing
Are you seriously trying to highroad RLM?
When you get to the end of RLM's two part movie year wrap up...and you realize that you didn't see any movies this year.
I only watch TV shows now for some reason
I’m glad Mike gave a shoutout to The Darjeeling Limited one of Wes Anderson’s best and most often overlooked films
Yeah, Wes Anderson's style of keeping everything really flat and "2 dimensional" in his shots works really well in that movie too, since a lot takes place on a train where everything's in a line already.
Jay: This movie is hard to follow at times.Also Jay: So the car fucking is just a ticking clock it’s actually about a disfigured woman impersonating a firefighter’s dead son.
Framing Old as a Neil Breen movie with an actual budget makes me want to actually see it.
Jay: “Let’s end our discussion on a disgusting pervert film!”Me: “So, a French film then?”Jay: “It’s a French film!”
@Etalex Yeah, I'm sure the filmmaker intended something like that. It doesn't change the fact that cutting that part out doesn't change the actual plot of the movie one bit. When that's the case, it means the writer is a hack who is unable to weave their "metaphor" into the story properly.Or they were just using it as an excuse to get buzz and do some cool practical effects.Or both.
@Bacteriophagebs lol you did not understand the metaphor at all. The entire point of the fact that it has to do with cars is a commentary on objectification of women. You really did not pay attention.
@Zenocrate The most widespread and famous medieval smut book was Italian, though. _I Modi._
I'm kind of angry at _Titane_ because if you cut the car-fucking out and just made her pregnant with a normal baby, it would be the exact same movie, just over a slightly longer timeline. The car-impregnation is just a cheap gimmick to get people to talk about it and maybe an excuse for some makeup and practical effects, nothing more. And Jay fell for it.The murder scenes, especially the one that goes wrong, were pretty entertaining, though. If that had been the movie, I'd have loved it, car-fucking or not.
And so it has been for a while. I work with old books and it’s always the French manuscripts where the medieval reader has decided to draw smutty pictures between devotions and astrological charts.
Mike is slowly becoming the thing he hates: old
I'm more scares about Rich's diabetes
Can't wait for the 30 year "Dementia" recap video of Mike slow gradual deterioration. Then his reaction to that video on "The nerd crew" podcast sponsored by Life Alert.
@Klager crying "I've fallen and I can't get up" sarcastically in mr Plinkett's voice
"She lost her husband and daughter to this vampire pill and they became awful" with Mike dead serious and Jay nodding solemnly is the weirdest point for me to end watching this clip from lunch, and to start up again before bed..
When Jay or Mike does the editing for these, they brilliantly take the piss out of each other. They must be great friends with great respect for each other.
So glad to see some love for Ghosts! (the UK version, of course) One of the smartest comedy series to come along in a long time. Terrific show. Loved it.
It deserves so much more attention! Love it (as well as everything else the guys do, Yonderland, Horrible Histories, Bill)
Lol, I thought of Mike’s ghosthunting interest when I watched Ghosts. Bless him for preferring the finely tuned British version. Btw, that same crew did a bunch of sketches called Horrible Histories, many of which are available on YT. In both cases, an interesting thing is that most of the large cast also write the scripts. A rare collaborative, collegial success story, as opposed to the usual solitary genius narrative.
@Baby Toshiro As usual.
Yes the Brit version is better
Yes, Horrible Histories have some fabulous stuff! Check out the Vikings’ song ‘Literally’, Charles II’s ‘King of Bling’ and the ‘We sell any monk’ advert, and go from there.
can't wait for part 6 of 2!
2! (two factorial) is still 2.
I'm waiting for Rich Evans to do a face reveal at episode 300!
Mike can't wait for 7 of 9. 😂
Remember to read in Plinkett's voice
In regards to the “French Dispatch” discussion:There was an SNL skit about a Wes Anderson directed horror movie. Honestly, I wish he would do something like that. I love his films, but agree that he should take a small horizontal step. Keep the style, but different context. That’s all.
Imagine Wes adapting some of the great novels of the eras who’s style he’s inspired by? That’s a route I’d love to see him go.A Wes Anderson MCU films is one of the worst ideas though.
@MovieFiendz Interestingly, _Grand Budapest_ is about the only one of his films that I enjoyed at all.
@viddork I would hardly call Fantastic Mr. Fox a change of pace. Its got his signature quirky style with a dysfunctional family all the same. If anything The Grand Budapest Hotel was a tad different from his other films. I would rather see a filmmaker try new things and fail, not stick to the same genre until they go senile, like Dario Argento's latest weaker efforts. (in regards to giallo)
Yeah, but when he tries something different, you end up with _The Fantastic Mr. Fox,_ so, no thanks.
@MovieFiendz Gary Oldman. Would love to see him in an Anderson.
I love that for The Night House, Mike goes into deep detail about how unmemorable it was and then Jay follows up with 'Yeah it was pretty good!'
"Paul Rudd isn't terrible in anything!" Brain fog is a symptom of COVID, Jay. You may have gotten it watching Ghostbusters Afterlife.
Think he also forgot about Halloween 6.
Also Paul Rudd played a villain in that cyberpunk movie from the moon guy... Mute?
I think in that one Paul Rudd was mostly playing a poorly written character and didn't have any real opportunities to add anything to improve on it. The performance itself was very adequate.
I’m so glad mike talked about ghosts, the ensemble cast of ghosts have been working together for years and they really deserve some recognition for the wonderful work they do. Horrible histories is still fucking hilarious, i hope this brings more of their work across the pond
Old is the first movie I can literally say I saw first on an airplane and I still wanted to walk out.
I could easily watch an hour of Mike wrongly guessing the title of the new Spiderman movie and coming up with ridiculous titles.
Wes Anderson is a solid filmmaker, but I think he's put himself in a box. I agree with Mike that it feels like he's writing the same types of stories over and over again at this point. I mean, how many times can you offer a fresh perspective on a difficult father-son relationship or a marriage on the rocks when you've written about them repeatedly for a couple of decades now. I'm all for artistic expression and sticking to your guns on style choices, but in my lowly peasant opinion, I think he should rely less on it. I enjoy his style, but The French Dispatch drove me a bit mad since it felt like the movie was showing off the budget with endless sequences of visual tricks and flair that didn't benefit the story THAT much. Since I'm already on a rampage, I'll add that I don't really like when he tries to apply his twee coat of paint to complex historical and political events either, it comes off a bit smug and detached to me. I don't know... I love his complicated characters and how they relate, that's where he really shines to me.
I don't want to knock anyone's taste, but it's pretty much objectively incorrect that Wes Anderson's movies don't have substance, emotional resonance or a deeper meaning in their style, and it shouldn't be that hard to miss it that so many people think his films are all soulless exercises in ironic hipsterdom. Just because the way he explores the humanity of his characters and settings is different doesn't mean he doesn't at all. I _do_ think he's a great filmmaker, maybe not one of the best of all time, but certainly one of the most relentlessly creative, unique and outside-the-box genuine auteurs working today, and like many one of a kind filmmakers his movies don't always land with audiences and critics on first impact. As for French Dispatch, I'm conflicted on how it ranks in his filmography but I think it was a lot better than many people seem to be saying, and more substantive too.
@NeblogaiLT I changed my comment to say "solid filmmaker" instead of "great filmmaker" because I honestly agree with you there.
@NeblogaiLT If you haven't seen this yet and have any interest in investigating further, I highly recommend watching his first real movie, Bottle Rocket. It is SO different in presentation than all of his other work, and it proved to me that Anderson doesn't need to have all the stylistics to succeed in making a solid movie. The plot is simple and the characters are the focus (as is the case with his better movies, in my opinion). Based on his track record, he will likely never be a legendary filmmaker since his artistic vision is, uh, somewhat limited. I hope I'm wrong, but I also think he's too successful to critically examine his own work at this point. I hope he proves me wrong though, we'll see...
Lost you at 'Wes Anderson is a great filmmaker'. His movies are made just for showing off style, no substance, just painful after seeing more than once.
Just watched an hour long review of movies I never heard of and will never see. How do these two do it? The best ever wow ⚡️
"But for whatever reason they shot it like a toothpaste commercial."I don't know why, but that made me laugh my ass off.
Mikes face when Jay says “it’s about a woman fucking and being impregnated by a car” is 10/10
That's what's called "an edited still".
Was waiting for a Cronenberg acknowledgement
@tartrazine5 only hack frauds say fraud hacks
So glad Mike shares my love for The Darjeeling Limited. Everyone hates on that movie SO MUCH, but imo it's by far its best! Thanks Mike, you senile old alcoholic. I hope I grow up to have as good taste as you. Jay's great too, but he's too sexy & handsome these days and I can't look at him without blushing. The French Dispatch was alright. I'll keep watching anything else Wes Anderson makes, if he makes anything else, but he def peaked at Darjeeling/Fantastic Mr. Fox.
Went to see Old in the cinema with the missus. We had a great laugh. Absolutely baffling, and entirely worth a watch as a result. The Neil Breen comparison is apt.
The editing during the Night House bit was amazing! I was crying from laughing so much
Mike, we seem to have similar taste in TV and movies so I'll throw this out there- if you like Ghosts I highly highly recommend Stath Lets Flats. Check out episode 3 season 2 (its a good one even without context and it has all your favourite actors from Ghosts) I'm sure you'll be hooked and watch the rest of the show after that! 🤗
This episode both sold me on beef house and alerted me to its existence.
Oh, i love the Kids in the Hall clips. Such a great show. Man i miss the 90's. 😁
I saw the French Dispatch in theaters in Texas. there was only one other group in the theater. they left after the second plot line. I enjoyed it. I feel like i need to re watch it. its a visually dense movie. I loved Jeffery Write as the narrator of the 3rd story.
I like Wes Anderson movies, and there were parts I enjoyed, but it did seem like a parody in some places. All the things that people hate about his movies started to grate in parts.
The only other couple at my screening left too lol. After the second story. Tbh I only really found the first one to be good. I barely remember the other two
Only the first story was any good. The second was terrible and the third was boring.
37:38 Fun Fact: FETT is the german word for FAT ... so finally after all these years Boba Fetts name giving makes sense ... in Germany at least.
There is also the word "Dick" in German, which also means fat (fat as in overweight, not body fat).
Danish too. Just remove a t and add a d
That musty Green Bay sweater is a half in the bag recap staple at this point
@JazzYolo I love BotW, but Re:View is great, too!
@Kelsey Williams midwestern culture... do you mean drinking at work? 'cause, agreed.
I'm just picturing mike screaming at his TV drunk as they lose to the Lions.
And mike always brining up star trek
@Disgruntled Doomer @Eobard Thawne Is this "peak" literal or metaphorical? Even random HITB episodes have layers to them to peel away...
I am SO insanely happy Mike watched the BBC original series of Ghosts, it’s amazing and it deserves so much more recognition than the American knock-off.
That's why Cronenberg will always be my favorite director, he has cchanged genres and stays beautiful all the time
Boba Fett was basically just a life-sized prototype of the action figure.
It is said 2 times by Han when he's blind. Boba Fett? Boba Fett?? Where? Bye Bye Boba Fett
@Marko Cipek haha! Thats hilarious! ....sounds like something George threw in there as a jab to someone telling him to adapt his movie to the action figure, or a least id like to think so.... what an odd scene
@Marko Cipek not only that but you can barely hear the line, the music is so loud and harrison’s delivery is so quick, the words “boba fett” just sound like babble
@Marko Cipek I mean if you actually watch the new series, he's set up as mostly pretty pathetic at the start and a decent chunk of the show is actually trying to build up a reason to respect him as a character. It remains to be seen how successful that will be, but they definitely didn't take it as a given that he's a cool badass like most folks who've ignored the show completely seem to assume they did.
@Mon Mothma My mistake. But the point is, he was such a minor character his name was mentioned in just one scene, seconds before he died in a slapstick manner. Far cry from the highly respected and important super-badass we are supposed to accept him as today.
The Darjeeling Limited is heavily underrated. I absolutely adore that film.
A professional scamming an old guy for decades? Im having a deja vu
Jfc underrated comment.
Jay's characterization of Apple TV+ content is spot on.
Yes Mike!!! Plugging my favourite show, Ghosts!!! More people should show appreciation for this show. I didn’t mean to slag on the American version, but the original one is truly more superior.
I love that Mike has seen ‘ghosts’ let alone enjoys it.
I wasn’t expecting Mike to have a Captain Falcon Freudian slip, yet here we are.
I’d love to see a Wes Anderson 1950s space adventure.
28:50 is one of my favourite editing moments ever. Thank you for visualizing what it’s like to die inside.
52:55 That look from Mike says more about his relationship with Jay than any other singular moment in RLM history.
I understand why we won’t see no way home on half in the bag, but I genuinely want to know what rich evans thought about it
Anyone else want to see Wes Anderson make a horror film so Jay can talk about it for an hour?
@Jo - I generally prefer movies that try harder. It's like how some people eat up epic flashy CGI while others find it boring. For people who prefer things stylistically flat and realistic they can watch one of the 95% of other videos. Since I get enough realism in everyday life, I might not go to see this but I am grateful for the choice and seeing that this exists.
I'll buy that for a dollar!
I'd love his creative mind in a horror movie or a dark thriller. I think it could be really interesting, but I doubt it will ever happen. He makes the movies he wants to make so yeah, good for him.
How about _The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders?_
Came for movie recommendations left very happy to hear Mike praising the original Brit version of ‘Ghosts’. Very funny
When I was in London for a vacation I could just watch television all night. For some reason all the game shows and documentaries were just so relaxing, maybe it is the accent or the way the shows were made. They have an unique style for some reason... Ghost adventures was on too at night.
Jay's editing in this is perfect as always!
The empty man was sooooo good. I would watch it again. Very interesting and different.
That Jay edit of Mike falling into a nightmare sleep realm explaining the movie had me in tears, that caught me so off guard
The idea of just collapsing on the floor instead of going to bed is particularly amusing.
That was the hardest I've laughed at a Clip-Share video in months.
it was borderline Lynchian
I've seen Titane, and Jay saying it's one of his favorite movies of the year is not even remotely surprising
Mike perfectly portrays the feeling of how in 2022 life is returning back to normal and after all this time we never stopped to realize that normal wasn’t that great to begin with so even something as simple as talking about movies is meaningless because the world has already sapped our emotions dry now we just want something real something to show for all we have felt but no one cares no one is listening so we go on doing what we have always done yet now with a cold cynical indifference
They're intentionally watching things nobody is going to watch lol I love it
I appreciate the Kids in the Hall addition. Also I'm pretty sure Mike is aging at an accelerated rate after his years of making fun of the elderly, lol.
I worked on one of those Bruce Willis movies. I heard he got paid 1 mil. We shot everything with him in 1 day @20 hours. Even shot / reverse shot scenes, we only shot him, then came back another day to shoot the other guy.
It's got a bowfinger feel about it.
That's interesting to learn. He doesn't even play off other actors.
There's a dystopian film in there somewhere about actors selling their older performances for money.
I love how Mike has been in what, three adult swim shows? The tigtone pilot and two episodes of Smiling Friends? And adult swim shows are still just "whats it called ah, an adult swim thing" to him.
That 'Kids in the Hall' clip caught me off guard.Those dudes were great.
@SkidRowTrash No fuckin way
I can't wait for the catchup where you tell us what you did actually like watching during the course of a whole year.
5:20 saying "the visit was okay" really shows how far M. Night's fallen
Be fair, Mike, Wes Anderson made two stop-motion animation films that were extremely Wes Anderson-y as well!
Fantastic Mr. Fox will always be my favorite Wes Anderson movie. So fun to watch
I'm so glad we finally get to see "something" from one of Bruce Willis' latest hit films. I pray that one day this year, they will do a cover of 3 of his Best of the Worst films from 2021. It would be AMAAAAAAAAAAAZING!
@Geekbound Heck yeah! Nailed it!
Hey you kind of got your wish.
39:28 I love their show even more, now that they've grown more jaded.
Funny story from Cannes last year: So Spike Lee was president of the jury. And at the beginning of the big awards ceremony, when asked to announce the "first prize" of the evening, he misunderstood the instruction and just spouted out "Titane" to everyone's astonishment.If only the Oscars were that efficient at announcing the big winner.
Sadly, it seems like Wes Anderson is following Tim Burton's footsteps. The more mature of a filmmaker they become, the more their style just takes over everything.
Watching Jay desperately try to sell Titane to Mike is the biggest laugh I've had in a while.
I love the enduring trend of Jay describing the most unappealing movie you could imagine but capping everything with "but it's actually really well done!"
I love that you boys found Ghosts! While the BBC version is top quality throughout and better than the US version, I will say the US version gets its shit together and becomes pretty good in its own right! Like most US adaptions it leans on happy vibes and loses some of the spooky motifs that the BBC maintains, but it's still a fun ride with entertaining characters (though some take far too long to get fleshed out - the US "closeted officer" opens with flat sitcomesque gay jokes, but slowly becomes a real character instead of a mildly offensive and boring stereotype)!
I can't believe Mike loves Ghosts! 🤣 I love the show too. Makes a pleasant change from all the misery-comedy we've had lately like Fleabag and After Life. The team that made the show (British original) Also made the kids show Horrible Histories and it uses a lot of the same cast. Had no idea the Americans remade it.
The Empty Man was great and everyone should watch it.
I like how you highlighted the British version of ghosts, it really is great
i was crying by the end that fucking cough sent me , great editing on this one for sure
That picture they showed to represent Boba Fett actor Jeremy Bulloch was actually of Don Bies - who was a special effects guy at Lucasfilm and played Boba Fett for the special edition scenes. You're better than this, Jay Bauman.
PsstThey're just Trekkies pretending they like other sci-fi that isn't classic movie Trek, and dismiss it immediately despite BoBF being actually pretty heartwarming/fun.Waiting to see what the last 3 episodes bring.
@Rei Zak I like fat Fett. I'm fat.
@Bronlonious No. Similar proportions to the original actor.
@Der Frosch-Prinz Aus Bayern the picture is funny. Awesome even. But it's the wrong actor.
Or maybe it is joke
thank you mike for acknowledging the darjeeling limited. its my favorite wes movie and i feel so outnumbered over here
The empty man is such an underrated movie I seen it when it first came out and I still think about it , its one of the best horror movies since hereditary please watch it you won't regret it
55:30 was so damn funny, excellent cut
Yes!!! The Empty Man... 100% one of the best horror films of the decade.
"Now let's talk about a disgusting pervert film. It's a French film."Why did he say the exact same sentence twice?
French Erotic Film, an old blue scot called Dil
@Elki LG Now we do and y'all should probably keep that to yourselves.
@spi wolf We also make a lot of terrible comedies about boring old men, but the rest of the world doesn't know. Lucky you.
It's this bizarre editing mistake you have to see to actually understand-- they just included the wrong take in the final show!
Talk about an editing error! What an embarrassing gaffe!
"Wes Anderson should do a Marvel Movie"Taika Waititi's unique visual style added a LOT to the long-term entertainment value of the Marvel Universe. After hearing Mike's Lucid Dementia moment, I unironically believe that DC should enlist Wes Anderson to do the same thing to the Justice League.
55:35 Mike's face was mine throughout the entirety of Titane, a movie I can best describe as baffling
LOVE The Empty Man. Thank u, Jay!
I actually liked both Night House and Empty Man, some of my favorite recent horrors personally
I love how perfectly mike says “ghosts” like he practices it in his spare time.
Jay talking about Mainstream saying "It's trying to be a movie" and cutting short there was a beautiful accident, better than when he went back and actually finished the whole thought
Titane was a movie I was both extremely looking forward to and also one of the most satisfying cinema experiences I had. Great film.On the French Dispatch, I will say that although I agree with Jay that it's not a GREAT Wes Anderson film, it was the first film I saw in the cinemas after a really long time, and it just made me really happy. Wes Anderson films feel more like the far in between released episodes of the "Wes Anderson series" more than standalone movies, and this was just a really wholesome film for me that reminded me why I liked movies and stories. It is literally a story about loving stories, and I got really excited by that. Anyways, cheers to 2022!!
Ghosts is simply fantastic, great dry humor
French dispatch was amazing!! one of the best films of the year along with Licorice Pizza!!
The sarlac farting at 41:10 was so unexpected lmao