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Flick Off Podcast
10 minutes | Feb 13, 2020
BONUS! Oscar Recap
Sally and Lizzie go over the results of their Oscar wager in a short bonus mini-sode. They also talk fashion, live performances, surprises and disappointments.
34 minutes | Feb 4, 2020
BONUS! Oscar Talk
Lizzie and Sally make a friendly wager on the results of the upcoming Oscar Academy Awards. The hosts go through the categories and put bets on which movie or actor will be victorious.
45 minutes | Feb 2, 2020
Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) v. Rocketman (2019)
Lizzie and Sally cover two musical biopics about Freddie Mercury and Elton John. Both movies are Golden Globe winners, making this the tightest Flick Off yet!
54 minutes | Dec 28, 2019
Love Actually (2003) v. New Year's Eve (2011)
In this final 2019 Flick Off, Lizzie recants the many plot lines of Love Actually (2003) in a (mostly) unbiased way and discusses the film's many strengths and shortcomings. Sally leads us through the epic-length New Year's Eve (2011) film with similar narrative structure. Which will be the last winner of 2019?
40 minutes | Dec 21, 2019
The Grinch (2000) v. Dr. Seuss' The Grinch (2018)
In this episode, Sally recaps The Grinch (2000) and navigates discussion around the original flare Jim Carrey brings to the role along with the questionable lack of diversity. Lizzie recounts the newer animated Grinch movie from Illumination studios, which is an instant favorite. Pharrell as a narrator? What more do you need!
43 minutes | Dec 14, 2019
The Princess Switch (2018) v. A Christmas Prince (2017)
This week's flick off is between Netflix's The Princess Switch v. A Christmas Prince. Sally summarizes The Princess Switch (2018), starring Vanessa Hudgens, and discuss the movie's (lack of) originality, surprising diversity for the genre, and overall quality. Lizzie reviews A Christmas Prince (2017), and talk about all the tropes and quality presented in the film. Finally, the two scores are compared to reveal the winner.
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