Hateful optimists and loving pessimists Kat Angus and Jocelyn Geddie break down movies, TV shows, music, and whatever else that they totally despise… but also really adore at the same time. With the occasional confused special guest!
The Proposal (with Dan and Sarah Duvall)
We're continuing I Hate It Bullock I Love It Month with the 2009 rom-com The Proposal! Along with special guests Dan and Sarah Duvall of The Hate Locker, we discuss the absolute lack of romantic chemistry between the leads, the indignity of casting Mary Steenburgen, and the surprising reason why Sarah kinda liked this movie.
Two Weeks Notice
Welcome to I Hate It Bullock I Love It Month, in which we're doing a full month of Sandra Bullock movies. And to kick things off, we're discussing what was intended to be Sandra Bullock's rom-com swan song, Two Weeks Notice! We talk about piecemeal plotting, weirdly misogynistic subplots, and how no good romance can ever involve shitting on someone's shoulder.
Oh, dear. Oh, DEAR. This week we close out Teen Movie Month by discussing John Hughes' Sixteen Candles and -- OH. DEAR. We just-- it's awful. It's all awful. Come commiserate with us.
Dazed and Confused
THIS WEEK, it's a very special episode of "I Love It But I Love It" in which Kat and Jocelyn discuss a genuinely great film that they both enjoy: Dazed and Confused! We talk about the Wiley Wiggins drinking game, Matthew McConaughey's awful haircut, and how everyone was hooking up but Ben Affleck.
Poison your "friend" with laxatives and then do a bunch more *legit* crimes because we're talking about American Pie! We talk about upsetting characters, how many of the comedic set pieces in this film are ALL THE WAY CRIMES, and Jocelyn realizes she's fundamentally misunderstood a scene in this scene for... 21 years?
Get Over It (with C. Joan Porter)
Grab a cast of actual thousands and put on a loose riff on a piece of classic literature cause we're talking about Get Over It! Alongside very special guest C. Joan Porter, we talk about unnecessary subplots, broad comedic gestures, and discuss the Shakespeare Extended Universe.
Astute and hilarious reviews of seemingly random films/tv by terribly charming and silly millennials. Very relatable and uplifting, highly recommended if you’re feeling bored or down or just need to laugh.
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Fanny Pack Full of Sunshine
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