Dawn and Megan take on a 2014 Hallmark Channel Original, "Ring by Spring." The premise? A woman hears from a fortune teller that either she will "get a ring by spring" or never get a ring then her boyfriend breaks up with her, so she tries to figure out why no one wants to marry her and falls in like with business consultant client. Tangents include me almost beginning to sing "Take on Me," us coming up with a theme song for the fortune teller that's eerily reminiscent of a Duckburg-related show's theme, the recruiting slogan for the US Army, and Dawn pining for a life of travel or at least moving to Canada if nothing else.
Megan and Kathleen (yes Kathleen is back woot!), take on a Lifetime Christmas movie called Holly Holiday. This is a movie where a mannequin comes to life (or does he?) and romances a young ad exec in an annoying fashion so that she can realize love isn't "perfect" and she can pursue her co-worker who ain't perfect but loves her. Oh, and we talk about commercials because they were just as, if not more, interesting than this movie.
In this episode Katie (from the Appetite for Love episode) returns and talks with Megan about Christmasland. They do their best to summarize the rather boring 2015 holiday movie. Hopefully, our non-linear representation gives this episode a liveliness that this movie so terribly lacked (in other words we don't talk about the plot in any sort of order). Also, we're tired it's a Monday give us a break!
Dawn and Megan discuss a one of those, I'm-planning-to-marry-you-but-fall-out-of-love-with-you-before-we-can-get-married movies. It uses a lot of tropes from other such movies, and is a middling film. We also address the hard-hitting issue of donut walls versus chocolate fountains at weddings. By the way thank you if you voted in our poll about donut wall versus chocolate fountains. The winner: Chocolate fountain! If you want to see more polls and interact with the show join the Not Another Bad Movie Podcast Facebook page or follow us on Twitter (@NABMPodcast).
In this episode, Dawn, Kathleen and Megan discuss Lifetime Original Movie, "Nanny Cam," a crazy murderous nanny story. We discuss screwing screws, banging nails, and stripping in front of cameras.
Kathleen, Dawn and I (Megan) discuss a Lifetime Derivative Thriller about two crazy kids who pretend to kill themselves just to get out of jail time. Ah, young love. For some strange reason this movie goes by two different titles, "Dying to be Loved," and "A Mother's Suspicion."
Kathleen and I slowly have the life sucked out of us when we accidentally watch a movie on Amazon Prime that had a theatrical release. The movie, Kate's Addiction, an erotic thriller from the late '90s.