We’ve got Glass (the sequel to M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable), a little Indy 5, a few other movie news snippets… then Dennis finally gets to gush about his love for Lea Thompson in this movie (or did he really have a crush on Mary Stuart Masterson all along?) It’s 1987’s under-appreciated John Hughes’ film — Some Kind of Wonderful.
It’s episode #125… our Sasquatchcentennial! (Or whatever you call 125.) It’s also a longer than usual episode as the gang’s all together and we talk about Spider-Man: Homecoming, It, Justice League, Joss Whedon’s Batgirl movie, Tommy Wiseau’s The Room and our favorite movie sword fights of all time. And, oh yeah… this little fantasy adventure called The Princess Bride.
Take Toucan Sam — that lovable cereal box version of Cyrano de Bergerac — and make him a lovestruck human in charge of the most inept fire brigade ever. Throw in a love triangle, a bunch of nasal puns, and dueling with tennis rackets… follow your nose and you’ve got Roxanne!
Life’s a beach… and then you get stuck in summer school. The long, boring hours in the classroom. Freddy Shoop didn’t want to be there… he didn’t ask to be there… but he has to, because he’s the teacher. In order to save his teaching job for the next school year, Mr. Shoop must take his group of misfit students from zeroes to passing in just a few weeks.