Two Filipino expats musing about movies and their associated memories.
In this episode, Leo reminds us to “Never refuse an invitation, never resist the unfamiliar, never fail to be polite and never outstay your welcome” in our discussion of Danny Boyle’s The Beach from the year 2000. Hannah also hands out helpful travel advice about Thailand and we wax poetic about how and why Dumaguete is our version of paradise.
And we are back, folks! For episode 10, we’re closing out Richard Linklater’s Before series and make our case for it being the best trilogy of all time (LOTR a close second, though Hannah disagrees 😄). Thanks for sticking around, you guys. We’ve got more episodes coming up soon!
Empingao! We discuss Jon Favreau’s 2014 movie, Chef. This episode highlights our difference in tastes, and why that’s okay. We also talk about food trucks.
“Look what she made me do!” For this episode, we revisited James Wan’s 2013 horror movie that spawned a franchise. We also discuss our personal tales of the supernatural, the haunted grounds of Silliman University, and how and why the Philippines could be the last battleground between good and evil. It’s an interesting episode as we somehow kept getting disrupted while talking about ghosts, and there’s a phantom recording that we couldn’t recover or listen to. Enjoy!
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Hannah and I discuss this 2008 rom-com starring Jason Segel, Kristin Bell, Mila Kunis, and so much more. We also discuss Spam, the cinematic experience in Dumaguete before 2009, and how to get over a breakup.
40 Year-Old Virgin
Surprise episode drop! Hannah and I had a really fun time revisiting this Judd Apatow classic.