Episode #256: “Blush & Bashful” | Steel Magnolias (1989)

Men are supposed to be made of steel, but Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine, Daryl Hannah, Olympia Dukakis, and Julia Roberts are the true strength of their families in this adaptation of the stage play Steel Magnolias. As the trailer’s tagline puts it, “it’s the funniest movie that will make you cry.”

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Episode #255: “‘Feelings’ is Not Parsley” | The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989)

The Baker brothers have been tickling the ivories together for over 30 years and things have gone just fine. But that’s the problem. Things are just fine. When they realize it may be time to add something new to the act, they enlist the help of a singer who might just tear the Fabulous Baker Boys apart. Jeff Bridges, Beau Bridges and Michelle Pfeiffer star in The Fabulous Baker Boys.

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Episode #254: “Electrical Ear Cleaner” | SD Comic Con Trailers & Parenthood (1989)

We start off with John and Jeff discussing the plethora of trailers and announcements to come out of San Diego Comic Con last week. Then we shift gears with John and Pat to talk about the Steve Martin movie Parenthood and how it has a little something for everyone.

As we mention on this episode, we are currently a BONUS podcast on the Podcoin app, meaning that if you listen to us through the app, you’ll be awarded more coins that usual for listening to a featured show. Use the promo code: 30Something when you sign up to get a bonus 300 coins as well!

 

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Episode #253: “Put Me Back In!” | Look Who’s Talking (1989)

Last week we brought you the horrors of war and the struggle of returning to a world you no longer belong in… this week, it’s childbirth. Mollie didn’t plan to get pregnant by one of her wealthy clients, but she is and she’s keeping the baby. When it turns out that the baby daddy is more of a sugar daddy, she’s left all alone until one fateful cab ride to the hospital. Kirstie Alley, John Travolta, and Bruce Willis star in Look Who’s Talking.

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