Episode 82 – The Humans (2021)

Hey, it’s Joe. I’m not used to writing these episode recaps and, well, we watched the 2021 movie The Humans (based on the 2015 play) and it was, uh, full of sad but also enduring humans.

Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro.

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Episode 81 – Severance (2022)

Once you get us started, we can talk about work until the cows come home, or until it’s 5 o’clock and time to ride the brain-blending elevator down to the floor where you get to be a human again. We talk Kafka, fluorescent lighting, bad design, worker solidarity, personal sh*t, and waffle parties. It’s Severance time, baby.

Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro.

Get in touch with Joe & Cheryl at twoforspacejamplease @ gmail.com and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Episode 80 – Everything Everywhere All At Once (2022)

In Everything Everywhere All at Once, we get a bedraggled, fed up, middle aged, Chinese immigrant wife and mom as our protagonist (played by the incomparable Michelle Yeoh), and she gets to kick actual ass as she tears through an IRS building while being audited. So yeah, we liked it.

Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro.

Get in touch with Joe & Cheryl at twoforspacejamplease @ gmail.com and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Episode 79 – Drive My Car (2021)

Ryusuke Hamaguchi‘s Drive My Car is a quiet, slow moving, tender movie that rewards patience and an attentive regard for the smallest moments. We digress at times during our conversation (as always), so get ready to hear our thoughts on the craft of fiction, finite friendships, and suffering, oh, suffering.

Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro.

Get in touch with Joe & Cheryl at twoforspacejamplease @ gmail.com and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Episode 78 – The Batman (2022)

In this house, we stan Robert Pattinson. Even when (especially when) he plays an angsty, brooding, eyeliner-wearing, journal-writing Bruce Wayne who probably listens to The Cure. 

The movie theater was packed when we got there and we were worried The Batman was sold out. Turns out, all the teenage girls and their moms were there for BTS Permission to Dance on Stage. They were positively giddy. Honestly, we’re happy for them.

Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro.

Get in touch with Joe & Cheryl at twoforspacejamplease @ gmail.com and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Episode 77 – Kimi (2022)

Sometimes you’re in the mood for a movie that’s good-bad. Kimi is good-bad, with a shockingly simple storyline that has three bad guys killed by a nail gun at the end. What more could you want?

Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro.

Get in touch with Joe & Cheryl at twoforspacejamplease @ gmail.com and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Episode 76 – Bigbug (2022)

We were a wee bit disappointed in Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s newest film, Big Bug, which is maybe why we spent most of this conversation talking about the end of empire and fabulist futures. But we connect it all back to the movie somehow, we do!

Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro.

Get in touch with Joe & Cheryl at twoforspacejamplease @ gmail.com and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Episode 75 – Nightmare Alley (2021)

Were they having a good time?

We watched Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley and decided that the U.S. is a carnival, everyone wants to be lied to, and Bradley Cooper is the perfect creep. Step right up!!

Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro.

As always, send yr comments, questions, and movie suggestions to twoforspacejamplease @ gmail.com and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Episode 74 – Licorice Pizza (2020)

Mr. Paul Thomas Anderson is back, this time with an oddball love story that’s soaked in nostalgia, the 70s, and the screwy exuberance of being young and confused. The pants are tight. The music is excellent. And waterbeds abound.

Thanks to slfhlp for providing SICK BEATS for our intro and outro.

As always send your comments, questions, and movie suggestions to twoforspacejamplease @ gmail.com and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Episode 73 – Don’t Look Up (2021)

Primarily a Ron Perlman vehicle.

Years 2020-2021 must have really done a number on us because we found Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up kinda sweet (and dark and funny and incisive and tragic too). May 2022 bring us the opposite of a comet hurtling towards the Earth.

Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro.

As always, send yr comments, questions, and movie suggestions to twoforspacejamplease @ gmail.com and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.