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So, What's the Problem? Poison Ivy (1992)

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 Jimmy and Jen dive back into the Drew Barrymore well with this dull movie from 1992. They chat about streaming Vs. physical media, the ditched Batgirl and Scoob movies,  Jen's love for cheesy thrillers and Jimmy's love for a particular soft drink that they are not getting sponsored by. Contains strong language.  Exactly the reaction you have after caving a dog's head in...

So, What's the Problem? Road House (1989)

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It's time to visit one of Jimmy's favourites growing up and a movie Jen just watched for the first time. They discuss all the usual things such as the cast but also boobs. it makes sense in the context of this boob-filled movie. Contains strong language and boob chat. Boobs.   Gah! He's just so fucking cool! 

So, What's the Problem? Mad Love (1995)

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It's romantic drama time here at So, What's the Problem? Jimmy and Jen discuss the usual and the topics of depression and suicide pop up as that is what this dull movie is about. No clip at the start of this one as Jimmy couldn't find a decent conversation from the movie that didn't have copyrighted music behind it. Contains strong language and no show next week as Jimmy was ill and had lost his voice. We'll be back in August... This is the only Gif that I could find... Oooof...  

Stranger Things Season 4 Spoiler Discussion

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 Join Jimmy and Jen as they discuss season 4 of Netflix's Stranger Things. Topics include Stoner culture, Kate Bush, which character we like the least and children swearing. Contains VERY strong language. Like, very very adult language, you have been warned. So, What's the Problem returns next week with Mad Love (1995). 

So, What's the Problem? Every Problem and Positive (part two)

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  In our final anniversary celebration post (finally), here are every official problem and positive from year two of out podcast. Covers the movies 48 Hrs. (episode 35) to Prom Night (episode 70).  You can find the first part  HERE 48. Hrs Jimmy One- This movie doesn’t like women very much.  Two- Noticeable stunt double for Eddie Murphy.  Three- The entire Busboys song plays live in the bar.  Positive- Eddie Murphy Jen One- Misogyny. And homophobia.  Two- Racism.  Three- It’s boring.  Positive- One line said by Jack’s boss.  American Beauty Jimmy One- The marketing is based on the naked body of a 16 year old girl.  Two- The depiction of the angry closeted homophobe.  Three- Wes Bentley’s acting.  Positive- The direction or the score.  Jen One- “geek boy” and “lame-o” is bad dialogue.  Two- Lester looks in shape when he’s supposed to be out of shape.  Three- Wes Bentley’s acting/the character’s mannerisms.  Positive- Kevin Spacey.  Short Circuit Jimmy One- Bad sound mixing regarding