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Welcome to the I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast. This week the two big movies out our “22 Jump Street” and “How to Train Your Dragon 2.” Surprisingly the juvenile comedy kicked the dragons ass at the box office. There wasn’t a whole lot going on this week so we decided to choose in draft form our movie team using Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill movies. The results are as follows
This is the End
The Lego Movie
Wolf of Wall Street
How to Train Your Dragon
War of the Worlds
The 40 Year Old Virgin
I Heart Huckabees
Our Undisputed Classic is the highly overrated “Touch of Evil.” Sean is the most forgiving but that’s only because he’s a film critic and he has to pretend to be (Sean doesn’t read these so I can say whatever I want)
Nothing of note came out in 1984
Dumb and Dumber To
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Welcome to The I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast. Seth Rogen’s new movie “The Neighbors” was released, Josh and Sean went to see it and both said it’s a great start to the summer comedy season. They both all ranked it among Seth Rogen’s finest films which is exciting. Also released this week is “The Legends of Oz” which is nothing more than a cash grab…oh well.
Our Undisputed Classic this week is “Chinatown.” “Chinatown” is truly one of the greatest films ever made, it’s incredible that both Josh and I had never seen it. Jack Nicholson is in top form.
In 1984 “The Natural,” “Fire Starter”
Trailers this week:
The Night in Old Mexico
A Million Days to Die in the West
Atlas Shrugged 3
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
We’re back with episode 2 of “On What Grounds.” In this episode we discuss Lindsay’s health and recovery from her recent hysterectomy. There have been some concerns, like the fact she can’t have more kids, or worrying about growing a penis.
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This week we discuss a survey about stay-at-home parenting vs. full-time work. While Beth and Josh don’t have kids, Beth is sure she will work full-time when and if a little one comes along. Josh talks about the stay-at-home dad he knows.
Lindsay discusses her experiences with extended time off work and how she’s ready to return to work by the end of the summer. Bob recalls when he was laid off work and stayed home with their child and claims that is the harder job.
We discuss what it means to be a good parent. Lindsay says there are no cookie-cutter perfect parents and perfect children, so to call yourself a good parent or bad parent is misleading.
Our visions for what our work/family balance would has changed over the years. We’re not doing what our parents did, but our work/family balance works for us.
Hate and love: chores, Facebook drama, recovery after surgery has had its ups and downs, healthy living.
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