Category: Does It Hold Up

April 23, 2021 / Classic Movie Club

Keanu Weeks: John Wick (2014) We are in week 4 of Keanu Weeks and in episode 197, we see 50 year old Keanu ass kicking as John Wick! Listen in as we talk about the heartbreak over the loss of the well-trained-yet-impossibly-cute puppy Daisy! And we root for the demise…

April 16, 2021 / Classic Movie Club

Keanu Weeks: The Matrix (1999) We are in week 3 of Keanu Weeks and in episode 196 as we enter The Matrix. We remember The Matrix (1999) and its revolutionary bullet-time action sequences. Keanu Reeves was born for this title role and we love to watch Morpheus teach Kung Fu…

April 9, 2021 / Classic Movie Club

Keanu Weeks: Speed (1994) It’s another THEME MONTH!!! This time, we are celebrating Heather’s birthday with KEANU WEEKS – a whole month of Keanu Reeves movies! We are in week 2 of Keanu Weeks and in episode 195, it is time to re-watch Speed! It looks like the plot holes…

April 2, 2021 / Classic Movie Club

Keanu Weeks: Point Break (1991) It’s another THEME MONTH!!! This time, we are celebrating Heather’s birthday with KEANU WEEKS – a whole month of Keanu Reeves movies! Happy Birthday to all of us! In episode 194, we dig into the terrible acting of Keanu as Johnny Utah in 1991’s hit…

November 1, 2020 / Does It Hold Up

Hocus Pocus (1993) – Does It Hold Up? Happy Halloween! This week, Liz and Heather sit down for another in our Does It Hold Up series to talk about 1993’s Hocus Pocus. Disney brings us a delightful little Halloween film starting Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy, and…

April 18, 2020 / Classic Movie Club

Mean Girls Month: Clueless (1995) Welcome back to Mean Girls Month!  This week we talk about the modern classic film, Clueless. Now we know that maybe Cher and Dionne are not the meanest mean girls out there, but they certainly brought the laughs. In addition, Heather and Liz are joined…

May 31, 2019 / Does It Hold Up

In episode 130, we bring you the new series, ‘Does it Hold Up?,’ where we re-visit some of our favorite movies as children and teenagers, then decide if we still love them in present day and from adult eyes. What’s not to love about Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead?…