Episode 26: Sarah describes “Christmas With A Prince,” another convoluted Netflix throwaway about a royal from a nonspecific country pursuing a quirky career woman into submission brought to you by the businesswoman section of Kohl’s, to Duck.
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Episode 25: Duck describes ‘Ma,’ a campy horror movie (brought to you by the director of ‘The Help’?!) featuring Octavia Spencer as a small town vet tech with an axe to grind, plus Juliette Lewis and a grossly underutilized Allison Janney, to Sarah.
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Episode 24: Sarah describes ‘Cats,’ Hollywood’s failed attempt at making some coin off the most deranged Broadway musical in existence (and for some reason Idris Elba, Sir Ian McKellan, Dame Judi Dench and also Jason Derulo are there), to Duck.
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Episode 23: Duck describes “Southland Tales,” in which Justin Timberlake narrates a dystopian (comedy?) about WWIII, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, his wife Mandy Moore, and his girlfriend Sarah Michelle Gellar, to Sarah.
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Let Me Watch This Film For You is hosting its first ever live event! Tonight (Wednesday, May 13) on Instagram Live at 8:30 p.m. CDT! Our handle is @LMWTF4U. You may even see the nameless producer!
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Episode 22: Sarah describes “Ready or Not,” a 2019 thriller featuring a murderous game of hide-and-seek, Satanic worship, and in-law drama (tell me about it) that we all kinda wanna watch now because Adam Brody has aged WELL ladies, to Duck. P.S. We recorded this episode pre-quarantine.
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Episode 21: Sarah describes “The Knight Before Christmas,” your classic low budget 13th century Christmas time travel rom-com where Vanessa Hudgens demonstrates flagrant disregard for her personal safety, to Duck.
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Episode 20: Duck describes “Leap Year,” an Irish rom-com where Amy Adams can only propose to Adam Scott on Leap Day due to … the patriarchy?, to Sarah.
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Episode 19: Sarah describes “The Silence,” Netflix’s response to “A Quiet Place” except Stanley Tucci replaces Jim Halpert (who’d you rather?), to Duck.
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Episode 18: Duck describes “The Words,” another B. Coop dumpster fire (but this time it’s META), to Sarah. And oh yeah also Olivia Wilde is suuuuper into Dennis Quaid and whatever they paid her it can’t be worth the humiliation. P.S. This episode was recorded BEFORE news broke that the now 65-year-old Dennis Quaid proposed to […]
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