Half in the Bag Episode 138: 2017 Movie Catch-up (part 1 of 2)

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Indeimaus : please for the love of god give us a Mr Plinkett Wish Upon review movie dads

Andreas Nordvall : "It was cute, it was pretty smartly written and enjoyable and I actually liked Ben Stiller in it. It's not a movie i would recommend to anyone." -Mike Stoklasa

ImperfectWeapons : Something I love about RLM is that I can strongly agree and strongly disagree with the same person more than once in the same video. Because they have actual opinions. It's great.

TheCandyHole : I know why RLM was disturbed by people who consider internet celebrities friends when they've never met, RIGHT MY ONLY TWO FRIENDS??? Plz respond Mike & Jay

Dan Bollen : For some reason it blows my mind that Mike and Jay don't see every movie together.

Matches Malone : All jokes aside, when is Max Landis coming to discuss Bright with you guys?

Mad Scientist Cinema : “Sex scene with her dressed as Catwoman” : Googles film to watch

Shah Nawaz Khan : Love how this turned into an episode of Best of the Worst near the end.

kate : i need a 14 hour video of jay reviewing and gushing over depressing/creepy/john waters-esque movies and mike blankly staring

outloudth : the good cinematography in "Split" is because M. Night got the cinematographer from "It Follows" That's why the shots weren't flat

TatteredKing : You guys are my parasocial friends

cso2040 : 48:10 "I think Mr. Plinkett needs to go through this movie" Yessss! oh, ohhh, ohhhh.... I think I just came inside my pantaloons.

James Minglis : Ironic that a parasocial relationship is what most of us have with RLM

Eric Smith : The conscious avoidance of anything John Wick-related is disturbing

Benish Ben : You better review The Boss Baby, it's the best film of all time

Nick Shuler : the real Aubrey Plaza story is that she met the casting director for Parks and Rec before the show even entered development, she was introduced to the creators, and they created a new character designed to be played by her. the scripts hadn't been written yet, so the character was just named Aubrey.

Dangerz Own : I dunno why, but Mike looks much happier and healthier, or at least less hungover and/or depressed in this one, good for you Mike, ya fraudulent hack you!

Elmgren76 : Is Rich Evans one of the dragons in Game of Thrones?

Challin Wake : I am completely hyped to see James McAvoy growling and snarling trying to hurt an invincible Bruce Willis.

CPalermo900 : OH MY GOD THEY UPLOADED A VIDEO! I'M GOOONNAAA CUUUUUMMMMM!

Noname Whatsoever : 'I think Mr Plinkett needs to go through this movie...' AW MY GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWD. It's pizza rolls and homicide time again.

Sonnet : 23:46 Aubrey Plaza was perfectly cast in Scott Pilgrim vs the World, as well.

Neal X : Jay and Silent Mike Strike Back

Snack Time : I bought Wish Upon immediately after watching this. It's comical how absolute dog shit this movie is. Everyone out there buy it immediately.

Mr.47 : 25:50 Hey, I follow you guys, but you don't know I exist, that was a low blow

Quitch : Aubrey Plaza is perfectly cast in Legion, a short superhero series on FX. She gets to do the crazy.

clamstain : mugs instead of beer bottles? What is this, Half in the Tea Bag?

LeedleDuck : The scene in Wish Upon where the dad is playing the saxophone had me in actual tears

tylerdurden3891 : @35:15 "I like movies where people are trapped in a hopeless situation and have to figure a way out". Hey Mike, ever heard of a movie called "Real Life"? There's only one way out: Suicide.

guar dian : 24:57 "She's very sardonic, and miserable. It's her face, too." Aubrey Plaza is Mike Stoklasa's soulmate

Lee : I'm pretty sure X-Men 12 is the next movie, at least if you count Deadpool.

Filth : The world... is changing...

Filth : This will suffice. The noose will be put aside for another day

john nunya : The modern age Siskel and Ebert! This is how I find great movies!!

SUBJECT TO CHANGE : Oh boy! A reason to remove the noose from my neck!

Doctor Handsome : Okay, I haven't seen Wish Upon. How was Sherilyn Fenn getting her hair caught in the garbage disposal supposed to be life-threatening? The hair wasn't choking her. Her head wouldn't fit in that hole. The disposal would just pull her hair out of her scalp, which would hurt and make her look funny, but in no way be deadly. Am I missing something?

Kandarian : I saw Raw when it was screening at TIFF and after the movie there was a panel with the director. Julia Ducournau came out looking like a supermodel and spent half an hour laughing and swearing and telling production stories, she's fantastic.

Bulwark1911 : *Best outro yet!*

Normonaut : can we get a 10 hour Jay laugh track?

John Lee : A para-social relationship? It's nothing like our friendship, Mike and Jay!

Tyro Video : I’m mystified by the Star Wars VIII criticism of the criticism. It was like seeing Batman v Superman or Star Trek Into Darkness all over again

BringYaLunch : Needs more Rich Evans

Frankie Bruan : People with responsibilities not having the time nor care to protest...sounds about right.

MagnumTriumph : The Peter Jackson King Kong was really great! ...from my point of view from when I was 12 years old....

ᔕTᗩYᑎIᖴTY : I'm really disappointed in Sony... SlenderMAN, pah sexists! Wheres slender woman?! And why does she HAVE to be slender!? #sexist #bodyshaming #notmysony

Chip Izumi : What does Mike got against primate movies?

Jon Walsh : When you hacks inevitably hit 1 million subscribers by the year 2049, will we get a special Best of Red Letter Media video?

Escapist26 : So last night right after watching HITB I watched WISH UPON and loved it! The acting, decision making and direction are so bizarre! The acting made us laugh at loud at parts. After the movie I noticed....the screenwriter follows me on twitter and ive spoken with her before! She's really nice and I reached out and asked her a few questions about the movie and she answered with good humor. I think a lot was lost in translation from the writing to the direction. -Mike- I asked her about the beginning and what was lost in translation is that the daughter dies when she is riding on the bike and the mom wishes her back. Look forward to part 2 of the 2017 roundup

Christopher Jones : Still waiting on the Ferdinand review

MissMillsonxx : I'm dying at Mike's passion when he talks about Wish Upon. I haven't seen him so invested in talking about a movie in a long time.