In this episode, the gang takes on Europa Studios latest offering.  We've collectively decided that Europa is the 2018 version of Cannon Films.  They are the gift that keeps on giving.

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In this episode, the gang discusses what kind of acccent Matt Damon uses for this film and also how to fix this huge disaster of a movie.  It would be a lot easier that you think...

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We continue our "Tripping Our Way Up The Oscars" theme by doing a movie we thought starred Tom Hanks.  Apparently he didn't get the memo that he was supposed to be on set for more than two days.  The good thing is that we discover that this movie fits right into our wheelhouse of "What Is It?"  We try to break it down shortly before Jeff breaks down...just listen and you'll understand... 

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This week, we kick off our annual "Tripping Our Way Up The Oscars."  Our first movie is 2016's "Magnificent Seven" starring Denzel, Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke.  We talk about the present state of the western genre and also what makes this movie work.

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This week, we finally release our review of "The Last Jedi."  We thought that letting it simmer for a month and thinking about it would make it better...it doesn't.

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It's that time again!  Time to hand out some awards for the best and worst movies and performances of 2017!  As always, we miss a few movies here and there, but we aim to see as many of the "top grossing" and "lowest rated" movies of the year.  

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It's an annual holiday tradition around here to review bad CHristmas movies.  This year is no different.  We review The Santa Clause 3.  It stars Tim Allen and Martin Short, what could go wrong?  Well...everything in this movie.  

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This week, we tackle one of the few movies that takes place over the Thanksgiving holiday.  It is also one of the most incoherent movies that we have ever reviewed.  Will it be someone's "worst ever?"  find out on this weeks episode!

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This week, we wrap up the Spook-tacular with andother Tim Burton...classic?  We review 1988's Beetlejuice starring younger versions of Alec Baldwin and Geena Davis and Michael Keaton happens to appear as the title character for a few minutes.

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This week, we kick off our annual Halloween Spook-tacular!  Since we are wimps, we chose a less "scary" movie and ventured into the weird and strange world of Tim Burton.  Even though we're wimps, you might be suprised how we rated this film.  Enjoy!

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