(00:00:00) Jenny: PUSH PLAY
(00:00:17) Lucy: And here we go!
(00:00:41) may: I’m really sad but love the music
(00:00:42) stephanie: @a – they are very happy. singing. even though they’re supposed to be going to sleep. i’ll go be a meany in a little bit
(00:00:46) Lucy: Jonathan Silverman. I wonder what happened to him?
(00:01:20) Kelly and Ken: and Andrew McCarthy
(00:01:34) may: @kelly and ken too true
(00:02:01) Jenny: Really ugly titles.
(00:02:06) Briana: still in TV — he’s been on Medium, Psych, Numb3rs…
(00:02:21) may: oh ok
(00:02:36) Jenny: You know, that’s pretty efficient establishing there.
(00:02:54) Kelly and Ken: @Brianna which one?
(00:03:10) Jenny: This is a good opening. Awful music, but efficient storytelling.
(00:03:18) Briana: @Kelly & Ken – silverman
(00:03:22) Jenny: How young are these guys?
(00:03:31) Kelly and Ken: love the computers!
(00:03:45) may: @jenny i have bad taste
(00:04:50) Lucy: Wow, he has been working a lot. Good for him.
(00:05:45) Briana: @Lucy – -I feel like he’s probably the guest star killer or creepy suspect in most of those.
(00:06:14) Jenny: Okay, this is funny. I’m feeling betterabout this.
(00:06:26) may: I love the tar
(00:07:25) Yvonne: I like her – the intern – she was in Night of the Comet
(00:08:00) Jenny: I love McCarthy in this.
(00:08:09) Lucy: OMG, they’re so young.
(00:08:12) Kelly and Ken: I liked Night of the Comet
(00:08:12) Jenny: Nice pairing. Who’s the protagonist?
(00:08:15) Lucy: I was that young once.
(00:08:16) Jenny: Gotta be Silverman.
(00:08:29) Jenny: Does that make McCarthy the antagonist.
(00:08:48) Jenny: BERNIE!
(00:09:02) Jenny: Richard and Larry. He’s such a Larry.
(00:09:26) may: I like the briefcast
(00:09:28) stephanie: can we have co-protagonists?
(00:09:32) Briana: I think the antagonist is someone else. external. or Bernie, for going and dying on them.
(00:09:45) may: @Briana I think so too
(00:09:50) stephanie: bernie doesn’t just ‘die’
(00:10:06) Jenny: She looks like she belongs on Jersey Shore.
(00:10:17) may: I love those braces
(00:10:41) Yvonne: I’m lovin’ all the clothes
(00:11:49) may: waht is McCarthy wearing?
(00:12:08) stephanie: he has seriously questionable taste in clothing!
(00:12:09) Yvonne: omg
(00:12:14) Kelly and Ken: plaid
(00:12:22) Jenny: Dear God. The eighties.
(00:12:31) Jenny: I love the tar on the pages. This is really well done.
(00:12:33) Lucy: I remember the eighties being pretty wild, but I don’t remember plaid being big.
(00:12:43) Kelly and Ken: lots of plaid
(00:12:50) stephanie: I do remember the pink and gray though. i had a LOT of that.
(00:12:57) Lucy: Apparently.
(00:13:03) Kelly and Ken: oh, plaid was big in the early 80′s
(00:13:18) Yvonne: p & g – my prom colors : )
(00:13:20) Kelly and Ken: I had lots of plaid shirts with matching jeans
(00:13:27) may: ahh
(00:13:30) Lucy: that is an 80s moustache
(00:13:55) may: this reminds me of Manequin
(00:13:59) Lucy: Oh! The old dot matrix printouts. So cute.
(00:14:05) Yvonne: clothes good – stache creepy
(00:14:08) stephanie: I had that tie bar too. it went with the ties I had!! i might still have it in my jewelry box;)
(00:14:17) Jenny: So Bernie took the two mill.
(00:14:29) Kelly and Ken: yup
(00:15:23) Jenny: Good old Larry. Throw Richard to the sharks.
(00:15:31) may: so I guess Bernie is the fraudster?
(00:15:43) stephanie: bernie is not a good guy
(00:15:48) Jenny: Too bad Bernie did all that coke in the john. He could think faster.
(00:15:57) may: lol
(00:16:00) Yvonne: I do not remember this stuff at all
(00:17:00) Yvonne: makes me feel better about that whole dead thing
(00:17:03) Kelly and Ken: @May I also thought of Mannequin. I think it’s because McCarthy was in it too.
(00:17:16) stephanie: and here we go….
(00:17:20) may: I think its the colours as well
(00:17:43) may: jesus we already in a plot to kill them?
(00:17:48) Jenny: I love this. You know exactly what’s going on without any anviliciousness.
(00:18:09) Jenny: Plaid on plaid.
(00:18:14) Jenny: My eyes, my eyes!
(00:18:21) Jenny: I NEED those gloves.
(00:18:23) Lucy: Wow. That’s a bad dress.
(00:18:33) Yvonne: gloves!
(00:18:38) may: it could make me go colour blind
(00:19:04) stephanie: holy moly!
(00:19:10) Jenny: Good thing FJ didn’t play this at the library.
(00:19:16) may: I love Bernie moustache
(00:19:17) Yvonne: hello!
(00:19:30) stephanie: this would not work in the children’s section of the library!
(00:19:35) Jenny: Bernie, the weasel, getting a foot job. Love it.
(00:19:45) may: hello Yvonne
(00:19:55) Jenny: Oh, hi, Yvonne.
(00:20:09) may: those are awful earings
(00:20:19) Kelly and Ken: @Yvonne Hi
(00:20:23) Yvonne: hi may & jenny – was just remarking on the foot action there
(00:20:41) Jenny: Bernie deserves everything he gets. He can’t be the antagonist, though. Can he?
(00:21:00) may: nope I think it will be the greasy guys
(00:21:08) Yvonne: @K & K – Hi
(00:21:19) may: are those kisses on her dress?
(00:21:21) stephanie: hey, yvonne.
(00:21:45) Jenny: Subtle. I like that in a chick.
(00:21:46) Lucy: Boinee? Seriously?
(00:22:15) Jenny: That’s a cute dress. See, somebody has taste.
(00:23:36) Jenny: Who is she?
(00:23:46) Jenny: Very exciting wallpaper.
(00:23:53) Yvonne: The intern from the office
(00:24:03) Kelly and Ken: Denise Richards?
(00:24:09) Jenny: Okay, I could live with that lamp. The lamp has personality. The ceiling cylinders, not so much.
(00:24:11) stephanie: Her name is Gwen
(00:24:24) may: love the evian
(00:25:10) Jenny: Richard, you’re screwed.
(00:25:15) Jenny: Or not.
(00:25:25) may: oh yeah its going to get ugly
(00:25:27) stephanie: the baby photo:)
(00:25:37) Jenny: Big Misunderstanding coming up.
(00:25:45) Jenny: Oh, wait. That’s his parents’ place.
(00:25:47) Kelly and Ken: should’ve told her the truth
(00:25:55) stephanie: yep, he lives with his parents
(00:26:04) Jenny: Asshole. I hate liars. First part of this I haven’t liked.
(00:26:08) may: you idiot richard a plane on a train?
(00:26:22) Jenny: Now if Larry was doing this, he’d be doing it with flair.
(00:26:25) stephanie: Male Ego Poisioning
(00:26:52) Yvonne: I know – I hate the lying…jerk
(00:26:52) may: he’s fucked
(00:26:53) Jenny: And now his parents come home and he gets what he deserves.
(00:27:28) may: good for gwen
(00:27:43) stephanie: oh well
(00:27:48) Kelly and Ken: oh, the part of Gwen is played by Catherine Mary Stewart
(00:28:06) Jenny: Go, Gwen. Boy did he deserve that.
(00:28:10) Jenny: Dumbass.
(00:28:28) Jenny: And then there’s Bernie. And Larry. Jeez.
(00:28:41) Yvonne: my dvd just messed up – whats going on?
(00:29:01) stephanie: bernie just got to the island and he’s driving to his house
(00:29:16) Yvonne: thanks
(00:29:17) Jenny: Oh, yeah, he blends.
(00:29:18) Kelly and Ken: like the golf cart
(00:30:27) Jenny: Nice view.
(00:31:07) may: love larry
(00:31:23) Kelly and Ken: whole conversation was recorded
(00:31:30) Jenny: I love Larry, too.
(00:31:53) stephanie: larry will never have a heart attack but he’ll never have a retirement fund either;)
(00:31:58) Kelly and Ken: ah shoulder pads
(00:32:12) may: Id choose larry over Richard
(00:32:13) Jenny: This is a little slow, as Lucy just mentioned.
(00:32:33) Jenny: Silverman is boring and dishonest. Larry is entertaning and dishonest.
(00:32:58) may: well true they are both dishonest which is not a good trait
(00:33:00) Lucy: I prefer Larry. Definitely prefer watching Larry.
(00:33:23) Lucy: And there are the sunglasses.
(00:33:33) may: welll Bernie’s now dead
(00:35:11) may: wow and thing bikinis are not good
(00:35:18) Jenny: Puce. You just can’t get enough puce in home furnishings.
(00:35:18) may: *thong
(00:36:20) Jenny: Jesus. Shoulder pads.
(00:37:14) Lucy: Okay, they should be discovering the dead guy way earlier than this.
(00:37:31) Jenny: That poor actor.
(00:38:41) may: oh Larry I love you
(00:39:39) Lucy: See, I love Larry.
(00:39:45) Jenny: Larry. I love you, Larry. It’s all about you.
(00:40:05) stephanie: yeah, you should always wait until monday…
(00:40:21) Jenny: See, Larry has focus. Larry knows exactly what he needs.
(00:43:06) may: but the antagonists are still the people who killed Bernie though right?
(00:43:39) Jenny: Is that a dog chewing on him?
(00:43:48) Jenny: Oh, look. Larry has an idea.
(00:44:36) Jenny: Just for a bit.
(00:44:57) Jenny: Larry has a huge future. In something.
(00:45:06) stephanie: Politics
(00:45:16) Kelly and Ken: atep one in a con …
(00:45:21) Kelly and Ken: that’s Larry
(00:45:35) may: I like Gwen
(00:45:55) may: Richard’s still an idiot
(00:46:30) Jenny: Richard will always be an idiot.
(00:46:40) stephanie: he’s old before his time
(00:46:47) may: yep and I think he’ll always be a liar
(00:48:15) stephanie: oh, ick
(00:49:55) may: gwen get with Larry – he looks like he’s funny
(00:50:12) Jenny: This should have been Larry’s movie.
(00:50:29) Jenny: He doesn’t have to be likable, he just has to be fun to watch. Which Richard isn’t.
(00:50:37) may: I totally agree with you Jenny
(00:51:00) may: Ricchard you tool
(00:51:57) Kelly and Ken: this is a bit slow here
(00:51:57) Jenny: We’re not even listening to Richard. Richard is boring. WE WANT LARRY. WE WANT LARRY. WE WANT LARRY!
(00:52:18) may: for gods sake gwen
(00:52:37) stephanie: well, this is the stupid guy movie series. what did we expect;)
(00:53:38) may: ok thats funny with the dead guy
(00:53:39) Jenny: NOW Richard is interesting.
(00:53:40) Jenny: See, this part isn’t stupid guy, this is stupid romcom. Larry and Bernie are stupid guy.
(00:54:17) Jenny: Richard has the slowest moves on the planet.
(00:54:17) Jenny: It’s not broken, you weenie.
(00:54:18) may: ok that was funny the dad guy appearing
(00:54:22) stephanie: OMG!! look, bernie floats:)
(00:55:42) stephanie: 30 secs – really?
(00:55:57) Jenny: thirty seconds. What a guy.
(00:56:06) may: guy gets more dean that I alive – lol
(00:56:21) Jenny: It’s the Gloves from Jersey Shore.
(00:56:26) Jenny: Classy.
(00:56:37) Jenny: I love that actress
(00:56:50) Kelly and Ken: graceful
(00:57:35) Jenny: See, I’d watch a movie about her.
(00:57:44) may: me too
(00:58:03) stephanie: i don’t know. her voice gets on my noives
(00:58:16) Yvonne: : )
(00:58:21) Lucy: LOL, stephanei
(00:58:28) Jenny: Shouldn’t he be in rigor about now?
(00:58:39) may: yeah
(00:58:52) stephanie: i think that’s the point!!
(00:58:56) Kelly and Ken: guess so
(00:59:04) may: and in that heat the body would be that great
(00:59:06) Lucy: I’m wondering about rigor myself. And feeling sorry for that actor. What a hellish part to play. Dead guy.
(00:59:11) may: *wouldn’t
(00:59:12) Yvonne: oh my
(00:59:39) may: so the villian now shows up?
(00:59:42) Jenny: So Bernie wasn’t ever very active in the sack, I guess.
(01:00:07) Kelly and Ken: so sad if it was never better
(01:00:08) Jenny: One of the great lines of all time: I get yelled at when I just lay there.
(01:00:12) may: I guess she did all the work
(01:00:13) stephanie: i think that’s why those women never called him back:)
(01:01:38) may: I think I’m ahead where are the rest of you?
(01:02:04) stephanie: larry fits in so well.
(01:02:15) Yvonne: next day – B on the deck
(01:02:28) may: thanks!
(01:03:12) Jenny: Larry is my hero.
(01:03:22) may: Richard is such a douche with Gwen – I’m assuming thats his motivation
(01:03:27) Yvonne: I love that he’s playing monopoly
(01:04:05) Jenny: Larry is the only reason to watch this movie.
(01:04:05) Yvonne: And that he talks to B
(01:04:48) Jenny: Ew.
(01:05:33) may: Gwen is so much smarter than Richard
(01:05:52) Lucy: And still… not that bright.
(01:05:58) Jenny: Everybody is smarter than Richard. That’s a very bad thing in a protagonist.
(01:06:35) may: too true and he is the protagonist oh and now they find the message
(01:06:55) Jenny: For a minute there Richard was interesting.
(01:07:01) may: at least he knows hes a smuck
(01:07:13) stephanie: I think Richard is smart on is own but definitely not in this situation. Larry is in his element here
(01:07:40) may: I even like Larrys shoes
(01:08:10) Jenny: How dumb are you guys?
(01:08:21) stephanie: and all the pieces come together. Larry really is the brain here;)
(01:08:32) may: oh yeah
(01:08:38) Jenny: Well, at least there’s a turning point.
(01:08:40) stephanie: or maybe they just share and brain and only one can use it at a time
(01:08:53) may: lol
(01:10:52) may: so note to self vacumms work on the dead
(01:10:54) stephanie: slouchy socks!! man, i’d forgotten about those
(01:12:47) stephanie: why is it funnier when little kids flick people off?
(01:13:13) Kelly and Ken: @stephanie I didn’t laugh
(01:14:05) stephanie: i didn’t either but i figure they were going for a big laugh. personally, i’ve never flicked anyone off in my life
(01:14:06) Jenny: That’s some good physical comedy there.
(01:14:33) may: I love the chase in the small cars
(01:14:53) may: ok I’m laughing
(01:16:28) stormy: Late, but here.
(01:16:40) stephanie: hi stormy
(01:16:42) Kelly and Ken: Hi Stormy
(01:16:57) may: hey
(01:19:32) may: good god rocks are smarter than these two
(01:19:43) Lucy: Hey, Stormy!
(01:19:56) Jenny: this is losing momentum.
(01:22:04) Lucy: Okay, this bit isn’t funny. And there’s still no discernible story here.
(01:22:05) Jenny: Now they’ve lost it. There was a story there and now they’re just bing dumb.
(01:22:13) may: well Richard deserved being thrown off the boat
(01:22:37) Kelly and Ken: at least Larry went back for Richard
(01:22:39) Jenny: This is stupid.
(01:24:04) stephanie: it’s like the writer sold on spec and then finished it up over a long weekend
(01:24:18) Jenny: This isn’t funny.
(01:24:32) may: so they are idiots?
(01:24:40) Jenny: Why aren’t there pieces of Bernie all over the bay?
(01:24:43) stormy: I have never, ever been able to make it through this movie completely.
(01:25:17) Jenny: Damn. They had a fair to decent comedy and then they lost it.
(01:25:25) may: are they getting towards who killed Bernie?
(01:25:30) Jenny: Story is everything. Dumbasses.
(01:25:37) Lucy: There’s 12 minutes left. I assume some kind of resolution will happen here?
(01:25:54) may: well one would hope
(01:26:13) Jenny: I never did figure out who the antagonist was. Larry?
(01:26:25) may: no idea
(01:26:59) may: I hope Gwen offs Richard
(01:27:09) Lucy: The antagonist is, I think, Paulie, the guy who killed Bernie. Because they play the “this is the antagonist” music whenever he’s on screen.
(01:27:35) Jenny: Yes, but he’s not driving the action.
(01:27:44) Jenny: The story is sprained. No, broken.
(01:27:56) Kelly and Ken: My vote would be for Bernie
(01:27:56) Lucy: No, nobody’s driving the action. It’s just a broken mess.
(01:28:54) may: aha the antagonist
(01:29:49) may: he’s a really nad shot
(01:29:55) may: *bad
(01:30:09) Jenny: Now he’s the antagonist. But not before.
(01:30:34) Lucy: There was no antagonist before. He/the mob were the closest thing to it.
(01:30:34) may: true he was gone for like an hour
(01:30:59) Lucy: They made a Weekend at Bernie’s II. How?
(01:31:22) Yvonne: maybe that’s where the antagonist is – in the sequel
(01:31:23) may: theres a sequel?
(01:31:27) stephanie: they set up the sequel right at the end of this
(01:31:47) Jenny: See. Larry can improvise. He’s a hero
(01:31:51) stephanie: we don’t need no stinkin’ antangonist:)
(01:32:02) may: I want Larry
(01:32:15) Lucy: Larry’s my guy. Richard, I could spare.
(01:32:19) Jenny: Ham on Bernie.
(01:32:23) Yvonne: @ stephanie – : )
(01:33:18) may: Gwen ditch Richard
(01:33:30) stephanie: hey, i had that hat, too.
(01:34:53) Jenny: Oh, dear.
(01:35:02) Lucy: Wow. Thank god it was at least short.
(01:35:10) stephanie: well, it had some structure
(01:35:12) may: it had funny moments
(01:35:14) Jenny: Complete failure of story.
(01:35:21) Lucy: The rest of the guy comedies are great, I swear. Well, I haven’t seen The Hangover…
(01:35:25) Lucy: LOL
(01:35:25) stephanie: yeah, that was a low point
(01:35:29) Jenny: I laughed. Mostly at Larry. Larry was fabulous.
(01:35:39) may: yeah I love Larry
(01:35:49) may: especially the tar
(01:36:04) stephanie: I didn’t remember the guys being so different from one another. that was refreshing
(01:36:10) Lucy: Larry was great.
(01:36:10) Yvonne: it started good – what happened?
(01:36:21) Jenny: They lost their story.
(01:36:29) Jenny: Well, they never really had a grip on it.
(01:36:31) Lucy: Did it start good? It seemed like it took forever for the story to get started.
(01:36:35) Yvonne: ah yes, the one that got away.
(01:36:42) Jenny: They had a better grip on Bernie than they did on the story.
(01:36:44) may: well what was Richard’s motivation? Why didn’t he phone the police?
(01:36:48) Jenny: And they lost him about as often.
(01:36:53) Lucy: Lots of dead body jokes which I laughed at despite the fact that I didn’t expect I’d find it funny.
(01:36:54) stephanie: they got a lot of info in right away but it took us a while to get to the real premise
(01:37:04) Lucy: Turns out, I have less class than I thought. And I never thought I had much.
(01:37:07) Jenny: I think things were more leisurely in the 80s.
(01:37:09) Kelly and Ken: except when he took the dip in the ocean (Bernie w/o a grip on him)
(01:37:12) Jenny: Like the suits.
(01:37:18) Jenny: These are the jokes, folks.
(01:37:33) may: tip your waitresses
(01:37:49) Kelly and Ken: @may Richard’s motivation was to stay with Gwen
(01:38:23) Jenny: Yes, but we didn’t care about Richard.
(01:38:25) may: I would except that but to the extent he hides a dead body? I mean he’s already a liar
(01:38:26) Jenny: That’s key.
(01:38:36) stephanie: yep, that’s what turned him from calling the police
(01:39:08) Jenny: Richard wasn’t just a liar, he was boring.
(01:39:40) may: he was he lied about living with his parents and aunt
(01:39:47) stephanie: would he have looked as boring if there weren’t a ‘larry’ in the story? just wondering….
(01:39:59) may: he lied about Bernie being dead – but you are right had no liking for him
(01:40:16) Jenny: Your protagonist is everything. He/She can carry a weak story, but a strong story can’t be carried by a weak protag.
(01:40:37) stephanie: @may – yeah, but that’s a guy trying to figure out what to say to a girl. i’m not sure that means his moral compass is broken
(01:40:39) Jenny: And Alastair and Lani are necking behind me. Thank God, SOMEBODY’s on the job here.
(01:40:40) may: sorry misread your commnet Jenny
(01:40:49) may: its half one here in the uk
(01:41:07) Jenny: Oh, May, thanks for staying with us.
(01:41:20) stephanie: may – you are a better woman than i!!!
(01:41:28) may: its fun
(01:41:47) Yvonne: The moment he lied to Gwen he was over for me – and I hate that whole create conflict my miscommunication
(01:41:57) may: his moral compass not broken but he keeps lying
(01:41:59) Yvonne: I meant “by”
(01:42:19) may: and she’s an idiot for being around him
(01:42:29) may: but I liked her much better than Richard
(01:42:49) Jenny: I know. Lies and Big Misunderstandings. Bleah.
(01:43:06) Yvonne: I liked her a lot – I want to watch Night of the Comet now – what else was she in?
(01:43:37) may: I’ve never seen it I’ll try and get it
(01:43:41) Kelly and Ken: If I had a copy, I’d be in @Yvonne
(01:43:50) stephanie: So which lie was the problem? that he didn’t want to admit that he lives with his parents? yes, he shoulda come up with a story for that. “Yes, I have roommates” woulda taken care of that and yes she needed to leave but the others were just Richard being a schmuck
(01:43:53) Kelly and Ken: Let’s make it a triple play and go with Mannequin too?
(01:43:55) Yvonne: I will literally put down a book for that – Big Misunderstandings or conflicts that could be resolved if they only talked.
(01:44:13) may: love Mannequin but only for the friend
(01:44:35) Kelly and Ken: hmm, I’ve forgotten the friend
(01:44:39) Yvonne: Hollywood?
(01:44:49) Jenny: I can’t face Mannequin.
(01:44:56) Kelly and Ken: oh, and it is just Kelly now, Ken’s emptying the dishwasher
(01:44:57) may: good memory Yvonne
(01:45:07) Kelly and Ken: @Jenny why not?
(01:45:09) Jenny: I think this one we’re going to take apart on craft.
(01:45:18) Jenny: Mannequin? ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGH.
(01:45:21) may: yeah also its pretty bad for the romance
(01:45:24) Yvonne: I loved the windows
(01:46:10) may: You know pick a lane if its a farce get rid of the bad romance
(01:46:37) may: or at least make Richard a lot less boring
(01:46:42) stephanie: it had some good/ key turning points. points in its favor
(01:47:00) Yvonne: Night of the Comet was a girly horror movie – everyone wiped out – zombies and the best part – a trip to the mall after everyone (practically) is turned to dust
(01:47:11) may: oh sounds good
(01:48:48) Yvonne: I haven’t seen it in ages – I know I used to love it – campy/cheesey
(01:49:17) may: but A Fish Called Wonder i think handles the farce and romance because they are intergeral to what people do. Though I would love to watch it for this. I think its her movie, but I’m not sure
(01:50:16) Jenny: A fish called wanda? John Cleese is the protag.
(01:50:45) may: Oh ok I wasn’t sure
(01:51:14) Jenny: As I remember.
(01:51:26) may: He definately doesn’t turn up for a good 20 mins
(01:51:27) stephanie: yeah, cleese wrote some of the original stuff with his therapist to look at men/ women and british/ american differences
(01:51:29) Kelly and Ken: I can see that but I probably would have picked Jamie Lee Curtis like May did
(01:51:31) Yvonne: There is so much going on – and so many places where he’s not in the scene – I wondered about that, too.
(01:51:31) Jenny: Sorry, we’re doing subq on Lyle here and I get distracted.
(01:51:39) Jenny: CLeese? I thought it opened with Cleese.
(01:51:45) Jenny: Never mind.
(01:51:51) Jenny: Wonderful movie.
(01:52:05) Kelly and Ken: It made it into the caper set, yes?
(01:52:15) may: sorry lets talk about when we see it but its brilliant!
(01:52:36) stephanie: i love it, too
(01:52:42) Yvonne: I just watched it a month ago and I can’t remember – I was watching it while I had to sit up late with the baby, though
(01:53:13) may: Again I love it but weekend at bernies was ok had funny moments
(01:53:28) Jenny: I think it’s on the list. We’re trying to make sure that everything we pick from now on is streaming on Netflix or Amazon. So I’ll have to check but I think it’s fine
(01:53:43) Yvonne: Probably says a lot about Bernie – that we’re talking about other movies right after watching his
(01:54:15) Jenny: Weekend at Bernies has craft problems more than comedy. Lucy and I will be dissecting it as soon as they’re finished with Lyle,
(01:54:21) stephanie: wanda is on streaming netflis
(01:54:27) stephanie: ‘netflix’
(01:54:51) may: I derialed the conversation – but i do think it deals with farce and romance much better but that movie the pace is beautiful
(01:55:02) Kelly and Ken: I was able to check Bernie our from my place of work
(01:55:07) Kelly and Ken: Love working at a library
(01:55:19) stephanie: libraries are fantastic!!
(01:55:32) may: they really are!
(01:55:42) stephanie: i’d forgotten how funny the characters in Bernie were. actually i’d forgotten how funny Larry was
(01:55:52) Yvonne: Off topic – a lot – but watching Gilmore Girls now – Miss Patty was leading a walking group from a golf cart! Ha
(01:56:10) Kelly and Ken: Me too. I think when I was younger I may have liked Richard in the movie
(01:56:17) may: McCarthy is funny when not being the romantic lead
(01:56:28) may: though I did like Pretty in Pink
(01:56:30) Yvonne: Libraries do rock – I get most of our movies there
(01:56:44) stephanie: i just remember his characters being so broody. why do I remember that?
(01:57:35) Yvonne: I loved P in P when I was younger but I think I had some real issues with it when I watched it in my late 20′s – it would be good to watch it again – see where I am with it
(01:58:14) Yvonne: @ steph – he was all broody – I think I might have been in love – but then – watched him again – wishy washy is what I remember
(01:58:20) may: it does the whole best friend in love with the heroine – which is a bit annoying
(01:58:32) Lucy: Sorry; was dealing with Lyle. Missed a lot.
(01:58:40) may: but I like Molly Ringwold is good
(01:58:46) Alastair: As did I. Goodnight, all!
(01:58:50) Jenny: You know this really was a one-joke movie. And once that was played out . . .
(01:59:07) may: I did love the monopoly
(01:59:11) Yvonne: poor ducky – later, I thought, it should have been him. I do like Ringwold
(01:59:27) Lucy: Some of the jokes were funny, but overall… no story.
(01:59:29) Jenny: Lucy has note pages for us for future movies, but this is going to be pretty much all structure tonight Because Lord, it wasn’t good.
(01:59:30) stephanie: one joke and then it was all physical comedy
(01:59:35) may: Yvonne totally agree with you
(01:59:56) may: the hpysical comedy was good though
(02:00:13) Yvonne: I know – I laughed at the places where Larry was talking to B – even when he was alone with him – and when he put B’s head up above the couch first when there was shooting
(02:00:15) Jenny: God says so.
(02:00:20) Jenny: And now it’s lightning here. And thunder. Time to close the chat.
(02:00:24) Jenny: I love physical comedy, but it has to mean something to the story.
(02:00:46) Lucy: All right, good night everyone! Gonna close the chat now. Podcast up tomorrow!
(02:00:54) may: ok goodnight see you next week!
(02:01:02) stephanie: ‘night.
(02:01:04) Yvonne: night!