Episode #089 - Mansfield Park

1999 - In this period drama loosely based on Jane Austen's most autobiographical novel, penniless heroine Fanny Price is sent to live with wealthy relatives in 1800s England, where her wit and writing talent find the room -- and circumstance -- to grow.

Ratings:  Ashley - 1.5/5  Justine - 2.5/5

This is the period piece straw that may break our backs. A film about ten people with no plot and being cousin-zoned. Good thing for consensual theater touching. Happy Moon Blood Day!

The Cutaways are Ashley McKinney and Justine Gendron.  

Music by Jimmy Natividad.

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Episode #088 - Runaway Bride

1999 - Commitment-phobic bride-to-be Maggie Carpenter has already left three men at the altar when sexist newspaper columnist Ike Graham writes an offensive, inaccurate story about her -- and will get fired unless he talks to her in person.

Ratings:  Ashley - 2.5/5  Justine - 2.5/5

We finally made it to 1999! We recorded this episode before our hiatus so the movies we had recently seen were Lego Batman and Moana. And we talk about them a lot! Well, mostly we talk about eggs. Eggs, fake news, and X-Files fan fiction.

The Cutaways are Ashley McKinney and Justine Gendron.  

Music by Jimmy Natividad.

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Episode #087 - Singin' in the Rain

Episode #087 - Singin' in the Rain

1952 - Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor combine their talents in one of the greatest big-screen musicals ever made, a two-time Oscar nominee that includes the songs "Good Morning," "Make 'Em Laugh" and the iconic title tune. When Hollywood attempts the transition from silent films to talkies, a matinee idol (Kelly) hopes to make the cut. But he's hampered by a silent-movie queen (Jean Hagen) with a voice like fingernails on a blackboard.

Episode #083 - Show Me Love

Episode #083 - Show Me Love

1998 - Elin (Alexandra Dahlstrom) and Agnes (Rebecka Liljeberg) are social opposites. While Elin is gorgeous, lively and wildly popular at school, Agnes is sullen, lonely and rejected as a nerdy lesbian. But when Agnes develops a crush on Elin, the exploration of love between them alleviates Elin's perpetual boredom. This Swedish award-winner reflects the joy and pain of relationships, the insecurity of youth and the courage it takes to be different.

Episode #082 - There's Something About Mary

Episode #082 - There's Something About Mary

1998 - The Farrelly brothers nail the laughs in this hugely popular comedy about a hugely popular girl. Mary is the ideal girlfriend of every guy she meets, especially frustrated high school suitor Ted ... but he's got plenty of competition.

Episode #081 - You've Got Mail

Episode #081 - You've Got Mail

1998 - In this valentine to modern romance, book superstore magnate Joe Fox (Tom Hanks) and independent book shop owner Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan) fall in love in the anonymity of the Internet -- both blissfully unaware that he's trying to put her out of business. Director Nora Ephron's Golden Globe-nominated romantic comedy puts romance on the ropes -- and forces two people to make tough decisions about life, love and livelihood.