Mickey enlists in an unsettling, age-old war of ‘WWI German Cats’ vs ‘Confederate Mice’.
A brand-new series in which Zach Oheim and I watch a classic blockbuster, then its money-grabbing rip-off and assess HOW close they came to copying, HOW original they dared to be, and WHICH one is the true work of genius.
In which Jordan tries his best to butcher the Jersey accent.
In which Jordan (like an IDIOT) says Alison Brie when he MEANT to say Brie Larson. But it should be known he’s crushing on both.
A pretty easy-to-forget (but fun) film. Notable only for the fact that it’s the first time Mickey and Minnie speak to each other instead of flirting via miming/music.
Dishing on and dissecting Sam Wood’s 1935 classic A Night at the Opera via games and questionnaire. Genius and hilarity ensue.
A bootleg I can’t talk about here…
The debut of Disney’s 1st ever original song: “Minnie’s Yoo-Hoo” (not as pornographic as it sounds). Popular at the time, “Minnie’s Yoo-Hoo” went go on to become Mickey Mouse’s official theme up until 1955’s “Mickey Mouse Club March”.
An interview series, fusing film love with autobiography. Where we talk firsts, favorites, fields of expertise, etc. 1) Who was your first film crush? 2) Which movies did you once think was ‘the shit’ that is now, today, just shit?
Was The Fault in Our Stars MORE than JUST ‘Okay’?! Or did I find it full of FAULTS… Find out NOW in this latest, SPOILER-FREE episode of ‘Riding in Cars with Boy(s)’!!!