Monday, 7 June 2021
Sigh, it's one of those episodes, folks. The hosts just don't agree on this movie being any good. Also, Jimmy reads some feedback, send us some, won't you? Email us- firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what you think of this movie or any others we've covered. Contains strong language
Monday, 17 May 2021
It's the first episode of year 2 of So, What's the Problem? and Jimmy has picked this early 80s "classic". He loved it as a kid, does it hold up? Like, at all? This may be the episode in which Jen falls out with Jimmy over his choices. She'll get her revenge next week as she's picked a movie Jimmy hates. They also chat about Top Gun and one of Walter Hill's more recent movies that has a bizarre premise. Contains strong language and may not be for fans of the movie.
After this scene, the woman in it is forgotten about entirely, never seen or mentioned again...
on May 17, 2021
Tuesday, 11 May 2021
No movie this week but here's a Gif anyway of a movie we can't cover-
on May 11, 2021
Thursday, 6 May 2021
It has arrived! Later than hoped, Jimmy and Martin discuss episodes 19 and 20 of season one of Fringe- The Road Not Taken and There's More Than One of Everything. And all the Star Trek talk from throughout the season, now makes sense! The show is taking the rest of May off but we'll be back with season 2 in June. Contains strong language.
on May 06, 2021
Monday, 3 May 2021
Jimmy and Jen dive back into the Fred Savage well with this movie from the same year as Little Monsters, which was previously covered. This episode has disagreements, tangents and contains strong language and adult themes. Don't blame us, the movie may be PG and silly but it can be pretty dark if you think about it too much. Which Jimmy and Jen tend to do. Next week is our first anniversary but the movie is to be determined. What we do know is, it's one that neither host has seen...
Fred Savage is all of us in this scene...
on May 03, 2021
Tuesday, 27 April 2021
It's the final episode of Sequel Month, here on So, What's the Problem? Jimmy and Jen are back in the world of horror with this lacklustre sequel that was rushed into production after the success of the first movie. They talk about teen girls in movies, commonsensnsemedia.org and Jimmy gives far too much thought to the plot of the movie. More than the actual filmmakers do. Contains strong language.
This is, like, the 50th time Julie screams in the movie...
Thursday, 22 April 2021
Jimmy and Martin are almost at the finale but first, they must chat about this pretty okay episode. Along the way, the praise the guest cast, complain about a certain character again and discuss their dislike for the way Americans pronounce Scottish cities. No offence meant to all Americans. Just the ones who don't understand that Scotland is part of Britain (kidding). Contains strong language.
Monday, 19 April 2021
Sequel month continues with Jen's second pick, Sister Act 2. It's an enjoyable movie with very little wrong with it but, don't we all need something fun and light on occasion? Especially after last week's movie. I don't think Jen will forgive Jimmy for that. As well as the movie, they talk about the cast, aging and Jimmy learns the legend of Riley Weston.
So... not cool, then?
Thursday, 15 April 2021
So, here we are, folks, at the final stretch of season one of the hit TV show, Fringe. And it's a a good episode, yay! And we finally hear the voice of William Bell! In this episode of the podcast, Jimmy and Martin discuss, Star Trek the lyrics to Nellie the Elephant and Martin explains part of the plot to his Scottish comrade. They also ponder whether or not to cover the "lost" episode of season one. Contains strong language.
Monday, 12 April 2021
At least this movie spawned one of Jimmy's favourite GIFs of all time-
Thursday, 8 April 2021
Sadly, it's another pretty "blah" episode of Fringe (as Martin predicted) as a member of the team that's not really a member of the team gets infected by a giant hybrid creature. It sounds great but it's a dull trope-fest with a non-sensical character moment for Walter. Jimmy and Martin also talk about WandaVision (no spoilers) and insult the French. Contains strong language.
Monday, 5 April 2021
It's sequel month here at "So, What's the Problem?" and we are starting with this very 90s follow-up to a very 70s classic. Also, this is being released on the 47th anniversary of the release of the original novel. Topics include toxic masculinity, casting folk who look far too old to be teens and a very hot take about a beloved reviewer. Contains strong language and adult themes.
Frigging love this shot...
Thursday, 1 April 2021
Monday, 29 March 2021
Okay folks, strap in because Jimmy and Jen are here to talk about a really weird and creepy remake of a French movie. Which was probably also weird and creepy but French. This is America, though, dammit and we don't over sexualize 14 year old girls and play paedophilia for comedy in a PG Disney movie here! Oh, wait... Contains strong language and adult themes.