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Dan: On this episode we discuss Unforgettable.
Elliott: Wait. What was this movie about? I forgot!
Stuart: (laughs) Elliott—there he goes again.

Official Show Notes[]

"Our love (?) affair with Katherine Heigl continues, as we discuss the crazy ex-wife thriller Unforgettable. Meanwhile Elliott leans deep into dad jokes, Stuart discourses on the racism of a Mexican restaurant, and Dan's covered in chili."

Movie Summary[]

Premise[]

A woman sets out to make life a living hell for her ex-husband's new fiancée.

Story[]

Barely coping with the end of her marriage, Tessa Connover learns that her ex-husband, David, is now happily engaged to Julia. Trying to settle into her new life, Julia believes she has finally met the man of her dreams, the man who can help her forget her troubled past. Soon, Tessa's jealousy starts to consume her, and she will stop at nothing to turn Julia's paradise into the ultimate nightmare.

Final Judgments[]

  • Bad-Bad Movie (Stuart) @1:14:15
  • Kinda Liked (Dan) @1:14:45
  • Good-Bad Movie (Elliott) @1:15:15

Episode Highlights[]

Tangents[]

  • Larry Croft: Tomb Buyer @01:15

Movie Pitches[]

Quotes[]

  • ­Chapter Pad is disrupting the way we read stories, by bringing together the Internet and a lack of those gatekeepers who are keeping you from reading the hottest, hardest hardcore erotica written by amateurs around.
           —Elliott @09:42
  • ­Hi, everybody. I'm Elliott Kalan for the Chapter Pad app. Have you ever been on a bus or waiting for a meeting and you've wanted to read a version of Dante's Inferno that's lighter on the Catholic theology and heavier on the sex?
           —Elliott @10:30
  • ­But Chapter Pad, it's disruptive. It's disrupting the way we read, it's disrupting the way we think, disrupting the way we disrupt, and disrupting the way we disrobe.
           —Elliott @11:07
  • ­Stuart, the only thing I'm "dabbing" is paint onto this old car that I'm restoring in my garage, because I'm a dad now.
           —Elliott @33:28
  • ­Katherine Heigl herself is the Evidence Dungeon.
           —Dan @1:02:37

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Recommendations[]

  • The Shop Around the Corner (1940) by Ernst Lubitsch (Dan) @Time
  • Thor: Ragnarok (2017) by Taika Watiti (Stuart) @Time
  • Crimson Peak (2015) by Guillermo del Toro (Stuart) @Time
  • The Lost City of Z (2016) by James Gray (Elliott) @Time

Stinger[]

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