Hey guys! Join Robbie and I for the surprisingly sweet and hilarious 2016 film, Storks. We go into it blind and come out kicking ourselves for not seeing it in theaters.
We address our mutual love of Tulip, a surprising jab at gentrification, lupine engineers and the astonishing lack of poop jokes in this movie. (Seriously, how did that NOT happen in a movie about babies?! Such a pleasant surprise!)
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This week, Robbie and I are doing a mini-review of the Tom and Jerry version of Willy Wonka, a movie that nobody asked for but still somehow managed to happen. It's unnecessary, occasionally grotesque and endlessly uncomfortable. Of course, we were going to watch it! :D
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Howdy do, guys!
Join Robbie and I for the surprisingly heartfelt and hilarious film Storks. We reflect on our mutual love for the sweetest potato Tulip, the architectural know-how of wolves and the self-aware nature of the Warner Animation Group scriptwriters.
Thank you for listening!
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