Home sweet home! This week we’re finally breaking down It’s Complicated, and much like the kitchen Jane Adler is hellbent on renovating, we simply don’t see how it could be more perfect. This movie has it all: breathtaking interiors, goofy screwball comedy, and an all-star cast that delightfully executes Nancy’s every whim. In the second half of the episode, the lovely and hilarious Adam Pally weighs in with his thoughts on this iconic film, so needless to say, we’re feeling groovier than Steve Martin poking smot!
Our girl Delanie Fischer (Laughs on FOX, Self-Helpless Podcast) brings her Jack Black expertise to the podcast this week to help us break down a timeless classic: The Holiday! Light a cozy fire and settle in with a glass of red wine because we’re talking everything from Cameron Diaz’s questionable acting choices to the heartwarming on-screen relationship between Kate Winslet and everyone’s favorite scroodly-doo, Eli Wallach.
Bonjour! Comment ça va? What’s that? Oh, just speaking French for no reason, in true Something’s Gotta Give fashion! Needless to say, there’s a LOT to cover this week, and we’re so excited to welcome the fabulous Ali Segel (EliteDaily, The Tweet Life with Ali and Patrick) to the podcast to help us break down this 2003 classic. So put on your favorite turtleneck, grab a glass of wine, and listen as we gush about human puppy Keanu Reeves and make some VERY poorly-timed jokes about Taylor Swift’s litigiousness!
From its absurd $70 million dollar budget (!!!) to that inexplicable James Cameron cameo, What Women Want is bonkers in every way. Luckily, we have the lovely Demi Adejuyigbe (Gilmore Guys, the internet) on hand to help us break it all down. We think it’s safe to say Mel Gibson didn’t learn a damn thing from this movie, and what women really want is justice for Oksana.
Now that’s our kinda woman! We are so thrilled to welcome Internet queen and all-around goddess Caroline Goldfarb (This Week Had Me Like, OfficialSeanPenn) to the podcast to help us break down The Parent Trap! Like this movie, she is iconic in every way – truly the Tie-Dye Girl to our Hallie Parker – and if you enjoy listening half as much as we enjoyed recording this episode, you’re in for a real treat!
This episode (which was recorded late at night while eating cake) is what happens when you don’t have a Franck Eggelhoffer to keep your life on track. Luckily, we were still able to cover the most important topics: Diane Keaton’s tragic haircut, Eugene Levy’s probably-racist portrayal of a Saudi businessman, and how hot Steve Martin is with dark hair. Buckle up Nancyheads, this one’s a doozy.
Shi-shi-shi, dahling! Our friends and fellow Nancy Ad-Meyer-ers Luke and Jacob join us this week to discuss a nostalgic favorite: Father of the Bride! This movie makes us laugh, makes us cry, and really makes us want to hug our dads – So crack open a cold one and listen to an episode as casual as your dad’s relaxed-fit jeans.
We are so excited to welcome very special guest Kevin T. Porter (Gilmore Guys, Funny or Die) to discuss The Intern! Much like this movie, Kevin is an absolute delight and after talking about Nancy Meyers with him for two hours, we fully expect to be buried together.
Greetings from Bitchville! This week we watched the completely insane romantic comedy/mystery thriller I Love Trouble, starring Nick Nolte and Julia Roberts. Their obvious disdain for one another is the most interesting thing about this movie – which isn’t saying much, considering it’s about milk.
Bonjour! Ciao! Wait where did this movie take place again? We watched Once Upon a Crime and we’re still trying to understand what happened! Come join us on this confusing adventure of reuniting a lost weenie dog with its dead owner. Oh and did we mention Eugene Levy directed it?