Steel Magnolias w. Ali Soukovich
The Joy Luck Club w. Jessamine Chan
School of Rock w. Jamie Loftus
Postcards from the Edge w. Sam Pancake
Look Who's Talking Now w. Miranda Zickler
Drop Dead Gorgeous (1999) w. Sooz Kempner
Ever After (1998) w. Amanda Wong
Babe (1995) w. Caroline O'Donoghue
Swing Kids (1993) w. Carolyn Kendrick
Under Siege w. Josh Gondelman
Everything Everywhere All at Once w. MariNaomi
Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit w. Lynne Childress
Waiting for Guffman w. Woody Shticks
Rosemary's Baby w. Sarah Archer!
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind w. Rain DeGrey
Amadeus w. Maryanna Aster
The Dead Zone page to screen
The Devil Wears Prada w. Eve Lindley
Moonlight w. Ryan Ken
Newsies w. Claire Comstock-Gay
you are good is a funny, smart, obnoxious pod about great films.
I'm so Autistic I just noticed Alex has that terrifying Elmo Blanche laugh from Shawshank Redemption.
it's Guy.. not skitch.. also it was filmed in California but they recreated Erie in a set there Sarah why were you in Erie pa?? I've lived here my whole life!
wow. this chicks noise is even more annoying than the 2 hosts... I listen at 1.7 speed and it still sounds so brain numbingly slow. I hope they are extremely high? ranting about "the coup" lmao
birching about trump endlessly by whiney liberals. synopsis...
Harmony uses far-right ideology from white racists in her argument? Yikes
Sarah has a lovely singing voice, who knew?
I'm shocked to find out anyone has anything negative to say about this movie ever! I've always loved this movie 100%
how do people not like this movie??
the one on thor ragnorak was so good—i never picked up on the colonial themes!
this show is so good
I'm the part of the audience that said "huh?" cuz I was one year old when this movie came out
I need the name of the artist who did the Gordon Lightfoot cover
My son shares your birthday too! No wonder I like y'all so much...
yay aubrey! I love crossovers!!!
wallace shawn is not blair's dad, he becomes her stepdad
That song at the end of the episode was so beautiful! I sang I love you baby to my oldest daughter when she was born. She was in the NICU at first and I would sit next to her bed and sing to her when I was not allowed to hold her. When I got to that line "I wanna hold you so much" I cried. She got well and came home!
I watched this movie when I was too young to enjoy it and in a very weird circumstance where I was in the midst of trying to support a grieving parent. So I registered absolutely none of the comedy and saw only the grisly tragedy. Maybe all these years later I should try watching it again to see why people like it so much.
they mention the name Will Bloom being significant.. like he will bloom in the future.. but also Ed Bloom could be written as Bloom, Ed like he already bloomed!