M: I'm confused. Oh! Okay. I see what you're doing. But see then people are gonna listen and try to read at the same time, and maybe you miss a word or you misquote me, worst of all, and I just, our fans might get really upset! Is that not a concern?
J: First of all, I rarely miss a word. I'm pretty good.
M: I was just going to compliment you on that. I'm amazed that you're keeping up. There is a little bit of a lag. I just had to say it. I'm not judging, obviously.
J: Okay, so the typos are, uh really going for it tonight.
M: I think you should just leave them in, so people should see visually, as well as hear what you were up against. With all my stuttering and stopping.
J: Also, I have bandaids on two fingers. This is kind of hard.
M: So we watched a movie. It was an old movie. It was a movie I'd never heard of. And it had an alien Jeff Goldblum from an era... didn't even look like Jeff Goldblum. It was like, ah, see now I'm distracted by you correcting typos, this is terrible.
J: So this movie was one of Jeff's earliest films I swear. I think we looked it up and it was '89? Yeah, that sounds right. Super early. And not only was he just completely weird looking, he was also a terrible actor.
M: Are we going to talk about the sweaters? Because those were amazing.
J: HIs outfits just continued to get worse and worse.
M: Or more amazing, depending on your preference.
J: The worst part is that Emma Thompson was also in this. And I love her. And her character was great for like, 95% of this movie.
|How, uh, did you leave the house like that?|
J: So I think we're getting to the end when Emma makes a decision that you or I would probably not have made. Jeff Goldblum cheats. Cheats on Emma Thompson. And it's terrible. He gives this impassioned speech in front of an entire ER full of people who should be working...
M: Saving lives...
J: And she forgives him.
M: Inexplicably. It wasn't even a good speech. It wasn't even a bad speech. It was awful. He didn't even like toss her a compliment. There's just nothing.
J: So we really hated this movie by then end.
M: By the end. The sweaters, though. Amazing. Like the first 10 minutes of the movie I think that was all we could talk about. His fabulous attire.
J: I will also say that the haircut he has on the cover... never happens. I was so sad.
|I just had the most ridiculous sex of my life.|
J: What else... the sex scene?
M: Oh god...
J; No it was that bad. Just overdone and unrealistic.
M: You said something while we were watching it...
J: Wasn't this written by someone who's really famous in the rom-com world?
M: Maybe? Or directed? I can't remember.
J: Like Nora Efron? I could have sworn.
M: Surely not. Did we talk about the brogues? I guess we mentioned Emma Thompson, who's wonderful otherwise, just not so much in this movie. I mean, she plays the character well, it's just a stupid character, in my opinion.
J: I agree.
M: I mean maybe for the time, she would've been interesting and different and very opinionated.
J: She did put him off for awhile.
M: She did. It was all very "her terms or no terms" kinda thing, which was cool. Is that a thing?
|I'm totally in this movie, you twats.|
M: Oh Mr. Bean's in this! I almost forgot that. He's, uh, not very lovable.
J: He's a snarky magician or something.
M: He's a performer of some sort.
J: He's snarky, whatever he is.
M: There were some fun shots of London though. Wasn't it in London?
J: There were a lot of bicycle scenes.
M: He rides his bike through town at night and looks kinda cool.
J: The acting was just bad though.
M: Yeah, I mean it was close.
J: NO it wasn't!
M: Yeah. I liked the title. I liked how that fit in with things.
J: It was all about him.
M: Tell me about it!
J: I loved the break-up scene.
M: That was awesome.
J: She just intuits that he's cheated and calmly packs up her stuff and leaves. And he's dumbfounded. Obviously.
|And that's how we feel about this movie.|
J: And then to come back from that and get back together... blah. I mean, yay rom-com...
J: So that's The Tall Guy. Next up...
M; See it, don't see it... Jeff Goldblum...
J: I say give this one a pass. But don't miss...
M: The sweaters!
J: No. Not the sweaters. They can watch the trailer.
M; Yeah, that would pretty much be all you need to see. [dances]
J: We'll link the trailer at the end.
M: Well! Next, we're going to the theater, in like 10 minutes, and we're gonna see Ex Machina.
J: What about Tinker Bell?
M: Oh my god, we did watch Tinker Bell. We had the pleasure of doing a little babysitting earlier tonight with my awesome niece and we watched a fabulous film called The Secret of the Wings starring none other than Tinker Bell. Shockingly, not only was none other than Angelica Houston one of the cast members, but James Bond, Mr. Timothy Dalton had quite a role in the film. We grew quite invested, honestly. I'd recommend it, actually.
J: It was... kinda good... I feel bad about saying that. Not the worst made-for-Netflix movie I've ever seen. And not the worst messages for kids, actually.
M: Working together, saving the forest, protecting your wings... sisters...
J: If you have one... which is apparently is really rare in fairy world...
M: Something about being born from the same laugh?! I missed that part.
J: It's a Peter Pan thing.
M: Well... [makes wrap it up sign]
|BWAB... uh... finds a way...|
M: I think there's gonna be a little bit of lag in the recording. Also let us know if you heard this at all. Or if you read this. Or accidentally ended up on this website, somehow.
J: We'd love to hear from you.
M: And if you did I'm sorry but welcome.
J: And that about does it!