Zak tackles Midnight Run. This week we've got dueling dark-jogs -- one involving chasing fugitives cross country and one involving nightly vigilante justice! Hope nobody hates horrendous Scottish accents, because you ain't gonna love this one, if so.
Lee tackles The Hunter. We've got a wayward scam on one side and... I don't know... a hunt... on the other? Tune in to hear about this weirdly under-the-radar movie!
Seth tackles In Time. Two movies about time, sadly, zero additional non-Timberlake N*Sync members in either. One follows the exploits of a pop star and the other, a movie so obsessed with time but it sure takes forever to go anywhere. Heavy on the Mario Goofs and some discussion of the Teen Choice Awards.
Katelyn tackles Flash (aaaaah aaaaaaaaaaaaaah) Gordon. Two massive contenders face off this week -- one is a genre-subverting psychological super hero mystery and the other is... well... genuinely indescribable. Tune in to see how it all shakes out!
Zak tackles Butter. Two extremely niche movies... both very butter-centric, both slice-of-life. Chris Guest directed either none of, or both of these movies... you'll have to decide for yourself.
Lee tackles Family Business. We've got a hell of a cast on this one -- one version is a quirky family romp and the other is a botched heist. Also, I think we owe James Blunt royalties.
Seth tackles Career Opportunities. The two movies this week share a genre, and honestly not much else. They both have plenty of goofs, and some dubious star power. Tune in to see who wins!
Tiff tackles Pulp Fiction. This week we get all up in this classic... or IS it a classic? One version has some crimes and the exact number of people in Pulp Fiction and the other is like less crime and WAY more people -- tune in to see what the correct number of people is for Pulp Fiction!
Zak tackles Blow Dry. We harken back, this week, to a better time, a simpler time... an early 2000's time. The movies are honestly fairly similar this week, if for no other reason, than the fact that this title lends itself to zero creativity whatsoever.