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  2. I love when a movie which on the surface seems like it should be successful (acclaimed director, all-star cast) turns out to be a total mess. The reviews for this film contain some top-notch roasting (seriously, check out the Rotten Tomatoes page if you're looking for a good time). It seems like an incredibly bizarre and misguided film, and I'd love to hear June, Jason, and Tall John discuss it. Starring: Natalie Portman, Sarah Gadon, Kit Harington Directed By: Xavier Dolan Synopsis: A decade after the death of an American TV star, a young actor reminisces the written correspondence he shared with him, as well as the impact those letters had on both their lives.
  3. TrueBreenius

    Conversation Topic—Overrated Award Winners

    The King's Speech. Sure, the acting is top-notch, but the film itself was like watching paint dry. So many of the other nominees from that year (Black Swan, Inception, The Social Network, etc.) strike me as so much more interesting, memorable, and innovative than The King's Speech, so it wasn't like there was a dearth of qualified competitors. That film was pure Oscar-bait and it's disappointing that the Academy chose the blandest film of the bunch.
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  5. DaltonMaltz

    Episode 65 - Wild, Wild Horses

    After an inspired night at the theatre, Michael discusses how Hardy matches up to Shakespeare. Meanwhile, Sue and Phillotson walk down the aisle (again).
  6. Screenwriters Hannah Pearl Utt and Jen Tullock join Matt and Dave to discuss writing, directing and starring in their new film “Before You Know It,” being raised in fringe communities, and the process of casting co-stars Judith Light and Mandy Patinkin. Plus, perfectly made movies about love, where Hannah and Jen draw their inspiration, emulating “All About Eve,” Sundance romances, and coming out as a theist.
  7. CaptainAmazing

    Episode 222 - Unforgettable

    Yeah, I found it a pretty rough watch and even thought about saying “I’ve suffered an actual brain injury, but not one bad enough to enjoy this movie.” The random other fan I ran into later hated it as well. I really can’t understand why the hosts enjoyed it so much. Maybe it’s full of subtle terribleness that I missed, or maybe it’s just that much of an improvement over last week’s film.
  8. Ofcoursemyhorse

    The Animal (2001)

    Its amazing how many terrible Schneider movies were greenlit in the hopes of siphoning off some of that sweet Sandler money.
  9. Blast Hardcheese

    HDTGM Drinking Game

    SIP: Any time June or Jason bring up Unspooled. DRINK: When they mention not being invited to be guests on Unspooled. CHUG: Paul skirts the issue of June and Jason not being invited on Unspooled.
  10. Josie's on a vacation far away but she says still feel free to reach out to her just be wary of the time difference.
  11. Yesterday
  12. Randomly found this video and thought it might inspire some good improv!
  13. sycasey 2.0

    North by Northwest

  14. Come one, come all, cum is stored up in these big fuzzy balls.
  15. ol' eddy wrecks

    North by Northwest

    But they drew this line a notepad and crumpled up the paper. Quick, now that they've left, someone get a pencil so we can rub out what they drew on the impression of the next sheet down. Wait... that's not a line!
  16. GrannyPantyPudding

    Duck, duck, goose. Pull your train right into my caboose

    I DID IT!!
  17. Heynong her? I barely know her, man.
  18. Nugatory. Poblano. Trenchant. Corn. Vernacular. Cudgel. Simulacrum.
  19. Non sequitur? I barely cornbread.
  20. Cameron H.

    North by Northwest

    Amy & Paul traverse 1959’s Alfred Hitchcock blockbuster North By Northwest! They discuss what makes Cary Grant’s suit one of the greatest in cinema, ask why so many Hitchcock films feature women betraying men, and draw a line from this film to the Coen Bros. Plus: Daniel Raim, director of “The Man On Lincoln’s Nose,” talks about Hitch’s famed art director Robert Boyle. For Spartacus week, what do you think the film is about? Call the Unspooled voicemail line at 747-666-5824 with your answer! Follow us on Twitter @Unspooled, get more info at unspooledpod.com and don’t forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts. Photo credit: Kim Troxall This episode is brought to you by Bombas (www.bombas.com/UNSPOOLED) and M&Ms Hazelnut
  21. Bob of the Willow Tree

    My doctor said mylabia

    My doctor said mylabia
  22. Deep Whet

    HDTGM Drinking Game

    June, amazed at Paul's view (usually sexist or disturbing), just says "PAUL!". She says it in a way to mean, What? seriously? this is not ok Paul, please stop.
  23. Matt Gourley, Mark McConville, and Paul F. Tompkins of Superego join Matt Besser for scenes about the origin of Jingle Bells, the phantom of a high school theater, and manipulating the YouTube algorithms. Plus, they’ll get turned on by hydration, a man steals everything from himself, and a reverend performs a wedding song.
  24. Deep Whet

    HDTGM Drinking Game

    These are kinda additional sips to " John Paul blesses us with his character voices" and "June saw something very different / was confused" Jason sarcastically complements a voice with "Wait did INSERT NAME just walk in here? Oh no sorry I was mistaken by your FLAWLESS impression" Jason giggling and giddy asks June (sometimes another), to explain their view- "Wait, wait, wait.. JUNE, what do YOU think happened here"
  25. This week, Bryan discusses LA County’s decision to start collecting data on LGBTQ suicides and hate crimes. Then, Erin talks us through the story of Drag Syndrome, a UK-based troupe of drag performers with Down syndrome that was denied the opportunity to make their U.S. debut by Republican congressional candidate Peter Meijer.
  26. This time's guest was a little bit disappointing. First of all, war is not something that can be taken for granted, but something that should never happen again. The "relatively less" number of people killed by gun violence per day cannot be justified by the widespread human greed and ignorance of communication (the respect for one another's differences) at wartime in the PAST! Moreover, if there is ONE person who became a victim of domestic gun violonce, it should be on the table and we do our best to prevent further tragedies, which are basically taking someone's "life" away. It is obvious that life is something to be cherished. "Numbers" can't lessen its severity. Second of all, sometimes, "changing the world" demands to change the fundamentals. This is beside the climate change, but actually my country changed the president about 4 years ago. Faulty policies, privatization, tax problems, educational problems (especially the history about Japanese colonialism), and so many have changed for the better because the huge crowd didn't hesitate to make a huge change. We went out with our candles every night until the government hears our silent resistence and our demands are met. If we didn't do anything just because it is about the constitutions, the fundamental things, none of it would've happened. What needs to be changed has to be changed. Women couldn't vote and even get a proper education not so long ago. African Americans couldn't have the same basic human rights as white people have. LGBT people couldn't get married and there was the time when they had to repress who they are as the soctiety didn't approve their "lifestyle choices". We all know that these people, not only them but also all the human beings, are entiltled to celebrate their authentic selves by common sense. But all of these remarkable changes didn't happen in a day. Some people do challenge the fundamentals one day at a time, little by little. Size doesn't matter when it comes to change. I believe it's about doing something about it, just a little bit of try.
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