Ep. 19 – Mr. Wrong

Our guest Nils helps us celebrate Valentine’s day by helping us watch this romantic comedy with Ellen Degeneres.

We watch ½ of Mr. Wrong & predict how it ends.

Directed by: Nick Castle | Produced by: Marty Katz | Starring: Ellen DeGeneres Bill Pullman Joan Cusack Dean Stockwell Joan Plowright | Running time: 96 min | Budget: $19 million | Box Office: $12.8 million

 

Ep. 18 – Crossroads

Our guest Becky helps us watch Britney Spears’ movie debut.

Does dad (Dan Aykroyd) get back with priggy mom (Kim Cattrall)? What is a prig? Does Britney deliver a baby while in line for a music contest? Will Britney become the first virgin to get her PhD?

We watch ½ of Crossroads & predict how it ends.

Directed by: Tamra Davis | Starring: Britney Spears Anson Mount Zoe Saldana Taryn Manning Kim Cattrall Dan Aykroyd | Running Time: 94 min | Budget: $12 million | Box office: $61.1 million

 

 

Ep. 17 – Donnie Darko 2: S. Darko

Our guest Jerome helps us watch the sequel to this dark cult classic.

It’s been quite some time since the original (Jake Gyllenhaal, Drew Barrymore, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Patrick Swayze.) Will this sequel redeem the original and finally make sense? Will the rabbit guy make an appearance? Will we see more water-snakes pull people by their bellies? Join us as we watch this confusing thriller. 

We watch ½ of Donnie Darko 2: S. Darko & predict how it ends.

Directed by: Chris Fisher | Starring: Daveigh Chase Briana Evigan Jackson Rathbone Ed Westwick James Lafferty | Running Time: 103 min | Budget: $4 million

 

Ep. 16 – I Love You Daddy

Our guest Hana helps us predict the second half of Louis C.K.’s unreleased dramady. Curious about Louis C.K.’s ominous and poorly-timed exploration of sexuality in Hollywood, but refuse to watch it or can’t get your hands on it? Join us as we take a look the disgraced comedian’s film that was pulled from its premiere amidst the #metoo wave.

In this episode we watch half of I Love You Daddy & try to predict its ending.

Directed by: Louis C.K. | Produced by: Dave Becky Louis C.K. Vernon Chatman Ryan Cunningham John Skidmore | Starring: Louis C.K. Chloë Grace Moretz Pamela Adlon John Malkovich Rose Byrne Charlie Day Edie Falco Helen Hunt | Edited by: Louis C.K. | Running time: 123 min | Box Office: unreleased

 

Ep. 15 – Porky’s

Our guest Kristen helps us predict the second half of this raunchy cult classic. We navigate past morningwood, glory holes, peeping toms, and even some nudity in this very politically incorrect comedy.

In this episode we watch half of Porky’s & try to predict its filthy ending.

Directed by: Bob Clark | Starring: Kim Cattrall Scott Colomby Kaki Hunter Nancy Parsons Alex Karras Susan Clark | Distributed by: 20th Century Fox| Running time: 98 min | Box Office: 105 million

 

Ep. 14 – Basic Instinct 2

Our guest Matt helps us predict the second half of this erotic thriller. Sharon Stone, and her sexy legs, reprises her iconic character from the 90’s and her libido hasn’t slowed down at all. Will she do her trademark knickerless leg-cross? Join us as we find out.

In this episode we watch half of Basic Instinct 2 & try to predict its sexy ending.

Directed by: Michael Caton-Jones | Starring: Sharon Stone David Morrissey Charlotte Rampling David Thewlis| Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer| Running time: 114 min | Box Office: 38.6 million

 

Ep. 13 – Ghostbusters 2016

Our guest Gillian helps us predict the second half of this 2016 reboot. The ghostbusters are back with all-female leads who hate ghosts as much as the original gang (Bill Murray Dan Aykroyd Sigourney Weaver Harold Ramis Rick Moranis.) Will slimer make an appearance? How about the Stay Puft Marshmellow man? Join us as we find out.

In this episode we watch half of Ghostbusters (2016) & try to predict its ending.

Directed by: Paul Feig | Produced by: van Reitman Amy Pascal | Starring: Melissa McCarthy Kristen Wiig Kate McKinnon Leslie Jones Charles Dance Michael K. Williams Chris Hemsworth| Distributed by: Sony| Running time: 116 min | Box Office: 229.1 million

 

Ep. 12 – Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights

Our guest Stephen helps us predict the second half of this steamy sequel, set in 1958 amidst the Cuban revolution. Will our couple do the famous Dirty Dancing lift? Will baby be put in a corner? Will Fidel Castro lead the revolution to victory? Join us as we find out.

In this episode we watch half of Dirty Dancing 2: Havana Nights & try to predict its steamy ending.

Directed by: Guy Ferland | Starring: Romola Garai Diego Luna Sela Ward John Slattery Mika Boorem Jonathan Jackson Patrick Swayze| Distributed by: Lionsgate Films | Running time: 86 min | Box Office: 27.7 million

 

Ep. 11 – The Star Wars Holiday Special

Our guest Jessica helps us predict the second half of this joyful Christmas story. Will Chewbacca and Han Solo make it home to their family for the holidays? Which Golden Girl will make an appearance? How many songs will princess Leia sing? Will Darth Vadar and his Storm Troopers mellow out for Christmas? Will R2D2 and C3PO finally fall in love? Join us as we find out.

In this episode we watch half of The Star Wars Holiday Special & try to predict its ending.

Directed by: Guy Ferland | Starring: Harrison Ford Peter Mayhew Mark Hamill Carrie Fisher Anthony Daniels Mickey Morton Paul Gale Patty Maloney Art Carney Bea Arthur Diahann Carroll Harvey Korman Jefferson Starship David Prowse James Earl Jones| Distributed by: Disney | Running time: 98 min

 

Ep. 10 – Home Alone 4

Our guest Charles helps us predict the second half of this exciting Christmas sequel. Despite no Macaulay Culkin and despite never actually being alone in this movie, Kevin McCallister is forced to battle the Wet Bandits all over again – this time in a modern Smart Home. Join us as we go on a Christmas thrill ride.

In this episode we watch half of Home Alone 4 & try to predict its ending.

Directed by: Rod Daniel | Based on: Characters created by John Hughes | Starring: Mike Weinberg French Stewart Missi Pyle Jason Beghe Erick Avari Barbara Babcock Joanna Going Clare Carey| Distributed by: 20th Television | Running time: 84 min