The Artemis was built on rules. Tonight they’re getting broken. Jim and A.Ron dive into the overlooked 2018 action/sci-fi thriller at the recommendation of their producer Talitha. The three of them will discuss the highs and lows of this hidden gem. Between the star-studded cast, amazing design, and tight script, there’s a whole underworld to uncover behind the doors of The Artemis.
Spaceballs holds a special place in comedy and sci-fi cinema. The iconic lines and legendary performances are still so quotable. But does the movie as a whole hold up? Jim and A.Ron are here to find out. One thing is for sure, it’s got the same level of sanity as the current Star Wars sequels.
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Starship Troopers is the pulpy, sci-fi, satire that tried so hard to be a commentary that it seemed to miss its own point. From Paul Verhoeven, the director behind RoboCop (1987) and Total Recall (1990), comes a movie about bugs and fascism. Between the CGI and blatant metaphors, Jim and A.Ron explore the guts and glory of this weird adaptation.
First things first, is anyone in this movie actually on vacation? The Griswold family is getting the Christmas they deserve. In-laws are over for the month, there’s a creepy uncle, and general mayhem. A.Ron is ready to throw this movie out in the cold, but Jim sees some Christmas spirit. Grab a sled and take this crazy journey with us.
From Nora Efron who brought you several iconic romcoms, comes a movie where Tom Hanks gaslights a woman into thinking he’s a charmer. Meg Ryan is a plucky young woman with a small bookstore who is about to be stomped by corporate greed in this inverse of a Hallmark movie. A.Ron, the notorious shipper, is creeped out by this romance. Jim keeps smelling something stinky, is it the drinks or the movie?
Who you gonna call? GHOSTBUSTERS! (I know you said it in your head.) Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, and Harold Ramis are here to bust. Jim and A.Ron check out the horror comedy that has spawned millions of Halloween costumes. The guys geek out over the tactical tech. Does the movie hold up to the hype? Jim’s got a hot take on why it might.
Scrooged is the movie that knocks the Christmas out of A.Ron. The movie is great, until it’s not. Bill Murray is the Scrooge figure working in the entertainment industry. There are great practical effects, real injuries, great cast, and one of Jim’s “favorite” actors. Is there enough Christmas magic to save this movie?
Bald Move has an extra special Christmas present for you! It’s the Star Wars holiday special that we deserve. Join Pedro Pascal, the beloved MANDALORIAN, in his struggle against the evil DISNEY CORPORATION. Can Pedro save Christmas and Star Wars from a repeat of the dreaded Star Wars Holiday Special of 1978? Or will the Christmas spirit wither in the House of Mouse?
Continuing the Bald Move Christmas season is Love Actually (2003) and three more drinks from the Advent Calendar! This movie was written and directed by Richard Curtis, the one British director you’ve definitely heard of. Jim finds this movie to be indefensibly bad. A.Ron steps in to defend parts of it. Just parts. Join Jim and A.Ron and their unrefined palettes as they talk about what love is actually.