“Suck Me, Beautiful” (#68)

Feeling patriotic this July? Well, if there’s one thing more American than apple pie, it’s a questionable attitude toward sex — and that’s exactly what we’re serving up in our latest episode! To commemorate the film’s 20th anniversary, When We Were Young ogles American Pie all over again. The rude and raunchy sleeper hit comedy helped launch the careers […]

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“This Town Needs An Enema!” (#66)

Every generation gets the Batman it deserves, and ours is hands-down the best to ever glower down at us from the big screen — Michael Keaton’s scowling, brooding Caped Crusader, and his equally brooding (but also very neurotic) take on orphaned playboy Bruce Wayne. Early in his career, Tim Burton controversially cast everyman Keaton as […]

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“The Whim Of A Madman” (#65)

Cinematographer-turned-director Jan De Bont never met a mode of transportation he didn’t want to blow up, and it all started with Speed (1994), the action-thriller that whittled Keanu Reeves into the wooden king of turn-your-brain-off blockbusters (see also: the Matrix and John Wick franchises). This high-concept hit has one of the most iconic movie plots of all time, […]

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