Wednesday, November 16, 2022


Patrick is joined by podcaster, friend of the show, and now author Margo Donohue (Filmed in Brooklyn) to talk about one of her favorite New York movies and one of the best romantic comedies ever made.

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Also discussed this episode: Don't Worry Darling (2022), Hello Again (1987), The Invitation (2015), Heaven Help Us (1985), I Married a Witch (1942), Streets of Fire (1984), Is That Black Enough for You (2022), Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)

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  1. The reason I put Moonstruck on is always to see my favorite makeover reveal of all time. She makes a strong case for not going gray. Even though she's gorgeous either way. I'm so happy you guys talked about its quirky, unpredictable factor because that makes me feel not alone. It's my sister's favorite movie and when I watch it with her and she's cracking up up I feel like I'm sort of missing something sometimes because I'm just, I did not see any of this coming, I could not have predicted any of this dialogue. Which is fine, I just...get used to it.

    I didn't know it was by the same director who did Joe Versus The Volcano. That makes so much sense! Something about it is so similar.

    I know it's not always cool to commiserate about disliking a movie, but Margo perfectly articulated my jumbled up feelings on Wolf of Wall Street. "Too aggressive for me" is exactly it, not like Goodfellas. Goodfellas was special. Different vibe.

  2. So happy that this was basically just gushing over how great Moonstruck is!