It’s a stacked ReFlicktions episode with the Burgentines Day payoff, Deucie Nominations, and all the movies seen this month.
Happy Heart Day, a mere few days away, and Mikey and Dave are in-studio to celebrate. On the Binder & Binder Law Hotline, the #TwitterlessDrEarl calls in, taking a break from the kidney transplant he was performing.
Also calling in for Burgentine’s Day III, Miss Independent himself Jeremy Burgess, to discuss the movies assigned to him to watch for this week of romance. Which film will be his #1? And which show contributor assigned him the worst of the bunch (the answer may shock you!)
- 1917 (in theaters)
- A Hidden Life (in theaters)
- Southern Rites (HBO doc)
- Parasite (in theaters)
- One Day in September (Prime)
- A Song For You: Austin City Limits (Prime)
- How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Hulu)
- Little Women (in theaters)
- JoJo Rabbit (in theaters)
- Bad Boys for Life (in theaters)
- The Gentlemen (in theaters)
- Klaus (Netflix)
- I Lost My Body (Netflix)
- Blow Out (Prime)
- A Vigilante (Prime)
- Troop Zero (Hulu)
- Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (in theaters)
- Tell Me Who I Am (Netflix)
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