Monday, 17 May 2021

So, What's the Problem? 48 Hrs. (1982)

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...


Tuesday, 11 May 2021

So, What's the Problem? 1st Anniversary Special!

 It's our very first anniversary special! And it's a long one, for us anyway! Jimmy and Jen just have a chat. They talk about the origins of the podcast, expand upon previous conversation, the fate of Drop the Pilot and say a bad word a lot.  Also, find out movies they'll never cover and ones they want to but maybe can't. Contains very, very strong language. 

No movie this week but here's a Gif anyway of a movie we can't cover-

Thursday, 6 May 2021

Fringe Division- 1:19/1:20- Finale Double Bill!

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. 

Monday, 3 May 2021

So, What's the Problem? The Wizard (1989)

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 and we have a special show for you...

Fred Savage is all of us in this scene...