On our latest episode of We Just Saw A Movie we review Before I Fall, which is basically Groundhog Day meets Mean Girls (minus the laughs of both). We also talk about the trailer for The Promise and debate over whether or not using the Groundhog Day template makes for a compelling movie.
For only the second time in the history of the We Just Saw A Movie podcast, we DID NOT just see a movie. No, this one’s for college basketball fans. This episode is all about March Madness – in it we go through Elizabeth’s bracket, game by game, to get her picks (and her rationale for her picks, which often leaves Mike incredulous). We also relay some of our March Madness stories, including the time we spent the tournament’s entire first day at an Applebee’s and won a Corona cooler we never use, as well as the time we went to Vegas. Plus at the end of the podcast we watch the end of the UC-Davis/NC Central play-in game after Elizabeth makes a bet on it that could prove disastrous to her bracket.
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We Just Saw A Movie is back with a review of the final movie about everybody’s favorite Wolf Man Guy, Logan. We also talk about the Deadpool short that played before the movie, the Alien: Covenant trailer, and the naming convention of the Fast and the Furious movies.
For the Elizabeth’s birthday edition of We Just Saw A Movie, we found and reviewed the movie In-Lawfully Yours on Netflix. Here’s the IMDB description: “Following both the death of her father-in-law and a divorce, Jesse, a New Yorker, returns to a small town to live with her now widowed mother-in-law. Jesse struggles to fit in with the local townsfolk who don’t welcome her with open arms to say the least. Jesse becomes acquainted with the local pastor, her widowed brother-in-law, falling in love with him, much to the dismay of the community. Things get even more complicated when her ex-husband comes calling, suspiciously trying to win her back. Between her love life and entangled in-laws, Jesse is tested as she seeks the answer to where she truly belongs.” In our review we discuss the main character’s odd relationship with her ex-mother-in-law, a pastor’s odd relationship with his church’s “board of directors” (do churches really have those?) and much, much more.
Valentine’s Day is one of the biggest date nights of the year, so the movies are always packed. But what kind of idiots would be dumb enough to see the ultimate date movie, 50 Shades Darker, on the ultimate date night? The hosts of the We Just Saw A Movie podcast, that’s who. Check out our latest episode, where we describe one of my least favorite movies of all time.