Time again to breakdown all the movies the guys have seen this past month and there are definitely some big ones in the conversation in the episode before we finally hit 400.
It’s the episode before the big episode, the ReFlicktions before the Celebration of Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl at 400!
But first, all the movies seen in the last month or so, both old and new and in the middle. Discussions on racism in New York… Rambo films… more Rich Mullins… Dave reading John Grisham… Mikey’s Nic Cage Kiss flick… an insane magical documentary… Elle Yes!!… Michael Mann’s Vice… and the brouhaha around The Joker.
Diamonds are Forever… Do the Right Thing (re-watch)… Last Blood… Rich Mullins: The Ragamuffin Legacy (doc)… The Chamber… Ad Astra… Can’t Stand Losing You… Dragged Across Concrete… Vampire’s Kiss… They Shall Not Grow Old (doc)… The Amazing Johnathan (doc)… High Life… The Death of Dick Long… Galveston… Wonder Park… Miami Vice… Joker
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