Allen and Gerald go back and pick up 2009's Whiteout, and wish to god that they hadn't. Kate Beckinsale, Gabriel Macht, and Tom Skerritt do fine with bad material and director Dominic Sean continues his streak of underwhelming films by adapting a graphic novel by Greg Rucka and Steve Lieber.
The crew watches 2010's The Losers this week, but talk routinely devolves into discussions of regional fast food, misguided advertisement campaigns targeting millennials, and... some kid's dad's Instagram. The film fails to capture anyone's interest for any extended amount of time, but we all do what we can to get by in this world.
Gerald prepares to defend another morally questionable piece of fiction from the Allen/Lacey purity tests as the crew talks out 2010's Kick-Ass. The Matthew Vaughn directed adaptation of a Mark Millar comic received mostly positive reviews in its day, but is it showing its age nearly a decade on? Come on in and find out!
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For Allen's birthday, the FCF crew sit down and watch almost objectively the best film this podcast has ever covered. Blade Runner is Allen's favorite film, and there is no better time to cover it than the beginning of 2019, the year in which the film is set. This dive is deep, and this is a 2 hour episode that is shockingly entirely on topic.