This week Nate and Aj watch the critically acclaimed Sam Elliot movie A Star Is Born. In this film Sam Elliot plays the brother of an alcoholic drug addicted rockstar. He delivers some of the best Sam Elliot we've ever seen. This film is an all inclusive package of Sam Elliot in his best forms: Laughing Sam Elliot, Yelling Sam Elliot, Staring-firmly-in-the-eyes Sam Elliot, and our personal favorite, Crying Sam Elliot. Enjoy, everybody. We did.
This week Nate and Aj watch the sci-fi rom-com Palm Springs. Have you ever gone to a wedding hoping to party and meet someone, but then you get stuck in a terrible time loop? No? Well then here is a solid piece of advice for you: Maybe just avoid caves all together.
This week Nate and Aj watch the 90s cult classic True Romance. But don't let that title fool you. This movie has way more blood, gangsters, and cocaine than the romance you're used to, although, like most romances, 90% of the people in this story are still bat sh*t crazy. So that's still a thing.
This week Nate and Aj watch a very abstract movie called The Men Who Stare At Goats. Just looking at that title you can probably guess that this one is strange. This movie has Jedis but not the kind that came from a galaxy far far away, and if someone tells you they specialize in psychic-ops then its time for you to cut the relationship there and slowly back away.
This week Nate and Aj watch the Sci-Fi classic, Blade Runner. Like most future movies from the 80s it has flying cars, robots, and skyscrapers that touch the stratosphere, yet Harrison is still making collect calls on a pay phone and struggling to order Chinese food from a street vendor.
This week Nate and Aj watch the damn fine movie There Will Be Blood. If you've got two and half hours to kill, then this is the movie for you. It's got oil tycoons fighting priests, western jazz, lying half-brothers, fire, booze, brothels, and one fatal game of bowling.
This week Nate and Aj watch the animated super hero movie Spiderman: Into the Spider Verse. It's quick, funny, and exciting. But guys... "The Shoulder Move" is never the move... I don't care how cool your uncle is.
This week Nate and Aj watch the hilarious Eddy Murphy film Dolemite Is My Name, based on the true story of Rudy Ray Moore. They get inspired, dive deeper into 1970s hygiene, and learn how crucial it is to have Kung-Fu in a movie.