Elliott tackles Catch Me If You Can. A hell of a team this week, both plots borrow from real life, non-stop action soup to nuts. I also nearly choked to death laughing at "a normal amount of teeth" when editing, so watch out for that absolute gem.
Zak tackles Cigarette Burns. This week, on One Wyclef Wyclef, we step into the darkness and really explore the depths of human desires and suffering. There's some serious insanity on both sides, so tune in to see which version wins out!
Lee tackles Prisoners. Wildly different movies this week, folks... one is Lee's fan service to himself, and the other is... a movie that seemed amazing to everyone who was making it but amounted to something way less than the sum of its parts, I think? Anyway, tune in for some great goofage.
Seth tackles The Wackness. Friends, could there be a worse title for a movie? Seth did the correct thing and made an Olsen twins movie... the actual writers did... lord knows. Tune in for some weird Sunday afternoon energy.
Erica tackles Eyes Wide Shut. Deck the halls, friends... the holidays are upon us. What could exemplify that holiday spirit more than cool sex with not-your-spouse and murder... or arson? We've really got it all this week... notably two weeks late... join us in this celebration.
Zak tackles Lawnmower Man. This week, James Bond gets behind the wheel and man, it really gets out of control, fast. Tune in for all manners of household maintenance foibles.
Just a little mini that got clipped out of a previous show -- I think that title speaks for itself. Happy Holidays everybody!
Lee tackles Killer Joe. It's all food this week -- coffee, chicken... wait, that's a terrible description of what's going on this week. It's all over the place... just tune in... you won't.
Seth tackles New York Minute. If there's one thing we're great at, it's sticking to a goof that barely had legs in the first place. To that end, what's better than one Olsen twin? Well, two Olson twins and the pop punk band Simple Plan, of course.