As April roles around it’s time yet again for a full slate of ReFlicktions including a slew of new releases such as Us, Shazam, Pet Semetary, and Hellboy.
Springtime has sprung(time) and it’s time for the April edition of ReFlicktions. Mikey and Dave, and Friend of the Show and Part Time Contributor and Some Time Brie Larsen lover and all time Alison Brie Lover and most of the time world traveler and a little bit of the time movie critic and Full Time Doctor Earl. After Birthday movies, which reveals what a debacle April 1994 was, and what a masterpiece April 1989 was, they guys jump right into the films they’ve seen over the last few weeks — with Mikey not watching as many, Dave coming back from an 8 day non-movie-watching vacation, and Dr Earl just doing Dr Earl things.
And the very first edition of SpirituEarl, where Dr Earl breaks down three faith based films assigned to him from Dave & Mikey and Friend of the Show J Kaufman
And the guys first Top Five of the Year!
Topics include… Ben Affleck’s acting… a shout out to Aussie Nate… old school Woody Allen films… weird Lupita impressions… the joy of Shazam!… a lengthy discussion on Elizabeth Holmes, as featured in the documentary The Inventor… the latest from the director of Brawl In Cell Block 99 and Bone Tomahawk… Mikey gets emotional at a cartoon… what Dave really thought of Dumbo… the overhype of Destoyer… and thoughts on Hellboy.
Down to Earth… Triple Frontier… Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore… Wedding Daze… The Commuter… Midnight Express… Manhattan… US… Shazam!… The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley… Dragged Across Concrete… The First Purge… Wonder Park… Dumbo… Izzy Gets the F Across Town… What If?… Destroyer… The Party’s Just Beginning… Pet Sematary… Hellboy
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