Today the world really is a stage and everyone is auditioning, so what does a 1980 musical about a high school for the performing arts in gritty NYC have to offer? Tune in and wake up, class is in session.

A boy and his Wyld Stallyn become besties on a desert island after a boat wreck. Is this feel good flick more creative than naming a Black Stallion, "The Black?" Listen up, neighsayers.

Sentimental and slapstick, is it more than Robin Williams's DJ schtick that makes this comedic war flick click? Tune in quick for this week's pick.

Waterworld¬†ūüé∂¬†waterman, does whatever a watering can. Toes are webbed, gill-ed head, over budget, box office dead.¬† We spout . . . about the water maaaan!

Our first foray into anime paved the way for films like The Matrix and Avatar. But was this seminal sci-fi flick titillating or were we cyber "punked"?

Before Daniel Craig's gritty incarnation, James Bond was a suave Pierce Brosnan, with double the double entendre. His first turn as 007 is also the first to stray from Ian Fleming's writing. Did the end result poke a franchise in the eye or procure a debonair delight?

It's 106 miles to Chicago, we got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark and we're wearing sunglasses. Hit it.

It's a showdown at the Ok Corral as we present our first Versus episode.  Tombstone vs Wyatt Earp.  "Same same but different." Which one will end up in a pine box? Hear us shoot from the hip on this Western trip.

The plot thickens. Hitchcock eschews MacGuffins for laughs in this "who-is-gonna-get-away-with-what" flick. Is his final film a firework or a fizzler? Listen to us Ooo and Ahh.

Jackie Chan and Michelle Yeoh team up to beat up the bad guys. Need we say more? Well, we do.

Ernest Dickerson's directorial debut features four friends struggling to gain respect in Harlem. Is their "cure" worse than the disease? Can too much juice be worse than none at all? We discuss Tupac's first leading film role days after his should be 49th birthday. May he rest in power on this Juneteenth.

Eddie Murphy is a quick thinking, wise-cracking, rule-breaking detroit cop solving crime in L.A., but does a teenage girl even care? A guest brain weighs in. 

Steve Martin channels his inner Lily Tomlin in this soul swapping comedy. 80's schtick or still-good pic? We decide... All of us.

This clever adaptation serves as a springboard for Clooney and Soderbergh. Is it a crime this burglary pic has fallen out of sight and out of mind?

Save Ferris? A teenage guest reviewer tells us if John Hughes's classic school-skipping comedy still makes the grade.

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