There might not be any time quite in a human lifespan quite as beloved to filmmakers as high school: that miraculous cauldron of humiliation and horniness, when every emotion is ramped up to 110%. To celebrate the release of Booksmart, we're looking at our Top 5 High School Movies.
In Worth Mentioning, we discuss John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum, Lone Wolf and Cub. In addition, thanks to Patreons CRD and Jason Dohla, we look at The Lady Eve and Raising Arizona.
Opposites attract, they say, and that's certainly true in the world of movie romances. Whether it's a world-class beauty and a pudgy schlub, a free-spirited madcap and a stuck-up prig, or any combination that always, for whatever reason, seems to end up with the woman having to settle for some asshole, we look at our favorite examples of true love striking where you'd least expect with our Top 5 Mismatched Couples.
In Worth Mentioning we cover Avengers: Endgame, Shazam! and Long Day's Journey Into Night.
Mid-April is awfully early to be thinking about summer already, but Marvel and Disney have decided for the rest of us that the summer movie season begins this year on Friday, 26 April, with the release of Avengers: Endgame. To prepare, this episode will be all about the blockbuster movies to come: the superheroes, the living toys, the monsters who fit inside your pocket, the Hobbses and the Shaws.
In Worth Mentioning we cover a Patreon pick from Julian DeBerry with North by Northwestas well as The Fabulous Baron Munchausen.
Who doesn't love a good practical joke? Morally decent people, that's who, but that doesn't describe us at all, which is why we're spending April Fool's Day celebrating our very favorite pranks in the movies. Come join us for all the faked dead friends and shit-flavored chocolate pies you can shake a rubber limb at!
Flight. Strength. Eye lasers. Weather control. Spidey-sense. Talking to fish. Talking to squirrels. Captain Marvel makes her big-screen debut this weekend, and it's got us thinking about what it must be like to have the powers of a demigod.
In Worth Mentioning, we cover Patreon Paul Royar's selection of Clockers along with Paddleton and The Only Son.
The crew gets together post Oscar to chat about highlights, lowlights and upsets galore! Also, what would the Oscars be without who wore it best?
In Worth Mentioning, Alita: Battle Angel and How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World make the cut for best of February.
Carrie and Rob review How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World starring Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Gerard Butler and Cate Blanchett. Directed by Dean DeBlois.
The fourth season of Alternate Ending begins with Carrie, Rob, and Tim sharing their picks for the best movies of 2018, as well as some other musings about the movie year that was. Plus, we have a lot of news about the changes coming to the website in the months to come. While we catch up with everything we missed last year as we finish up our lists.
In Worth Mentioning, we cover Glass, both Fyre docs and Westward the Women thanks to Patreon Joy Vigil!