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If the movie CATS broke your brain, welcome! Whether you're still processing, ready to celebrate this mesmerizing trainwreck, or just need to know what a jellicle is, Ineffable! is here for you with a cozy exploration of this deranged motion picture. Join host Joel Arnold (and his cat Toast) as they merrily lean ever further into CATS madness while talking with writers, comedians, and anyone with strong feelings about this one-of-a-kind movie.
 
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We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Look Who’s Talking (1989) Starring: Kirstie Alley, John Travolta and Olympia Dukakis A wonderful movie that has wrought a lot of havoc on the overall intelligence level of society. We ask the tough questions this week… What is the baby’s field…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) Starring: Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan and Jennifer Ehle A wonderful movie where someone is in an extremely abusive situation and is asking pretty reasonable questions in order to not be abused. We ask the tough que…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Glitter (2001) Starring: Mariah Carey, Eric Benet, and Max Beesley A wonderful movie We ask the tough questions this week… Why is Max Beesley so proud of this? How old is this cat? Watching a movie produced by Sony on a Samsung DVD player is o…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Mamma Mia! (2008) Starring: Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, and Amanda Seyfried A wonderful movie we watched and you can sync up and watch along! We ask the tough questions this week… How selfish is Meryl Streep?? What’s the big deal?? Why does …
 
We decided to do something a little different, this week, because Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again broke us. So.. Mamma Mia... here we go again! We played a game of Make Your Own Rom Com! The board game we invented and that we play on our patreon. We have seen enough of these movies that we can make our own! Movie Studios... @ us. -- Follow us on Social…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Lily James, and Amanda Seyfried A wonderful movie we didn’t know existed, because how could there be two of these? We ask the tough questions this week… They made two of these? How much Mam…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Crossroads (2002) Starring: Britney Spears, Anson Mount, and Zoe Saldana A wonderful movie that starts out fun and takes a dark, dark turn. We ask the tough questions this week… Why is Justin Long a buff nerd? Do we know FOR SURE that Ben is n…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - She’s All That (1999) Starring: Freddie Prinze Jr, Rachel Leigh Cook, and Matthew Lillard. A wonderful movie where no adults or people of authority exist ever; and the People are hungry for a new Prom Queen! Down with Career Prom Queens! We as…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. (No one else was buff enough to get top billing. Sorry, Kellan Lutz.) A wonderful movie that we watched and recorded at the same time. For you. We a…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Friends With Benefits Starring: Justin Timberlake, and Mila Kunis A wonderful movie sponsored by Sony. We ask the tough questions this week… Did the people who wrote this movie have a beef with TMobile? And Sully Sullenberger? Would you rather…
 
Joel and Toast talk with CATS fancier Abby (Twitter @clapifyoulikeme) about the weekly digital watchalongs of the movie that she hosted from June 2020 to April 2021, and Abby provides a critical perspective only someone who's seen CATS 50+ times can. Since you deserve to experience a watchalong too, Abby is hosting a special one Saturday, May 22nd …
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Twilight: Bring it on Starring: Kirsten Dunst, Gabrielle Union and Jesse Bradford A wonderful movie where we aren’t sure why we hate ourselves so much. We ask the tough questions this week… What’s the point of Jesse Bradford’s character? Is he…
 
Joel and Toast talk with film critic and writer Kayleigh Donaldson about director Tom Hooper and his path to making CATS, what a more successful adaptation of could have looked like, and the state of the Hollywood musical today. Referenced in this episode: Linus Karp's "how to live a jellicle life: life lessons from the 2019 hit movie musical 'cats…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner A wonderful movie that could have been the most boring movie we have ever seen. We ask the tough questions this week… Is this movie just one long ind…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Once Bitten (1985) Starring: Jim Carrey, Laurie Hutton, and Cleavon Little. A wonderful movie about vampires that isn’t Twilight. We ask the tough questions this week… Why does Laurie Hutton have an exercise bike? Are the Vampires magical, in …
 
66 - We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - The Proposal (2009) Starring: Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds A wonderful movie that somehow *ALMOST* makes us not like Betty White. We ask the tough questions this week… How can Ryan Reynolds hold two latte cups in one hand and run with…
 
65 - We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Twilight: Eclipse (2010) Starring: Kristen Steward, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner A wonderful movie that is the third movie of the series? We ask the tough questions this week… How many Twilight movies have we watched? How many mor…
 
64 - We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Knocked Up (2007) Starring: Katherine Heigl, Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd A wonderful movie that is trying to convince you that Seth Rogen is 23 years old. We ask the tough questions this week… How old should we think Seth Rogen is? Why does …
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Twilight (2009) Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, and Taylor Lautner (because he is buff, now) A wonderful movie that is a sparkly shirtless teenage beefcake Hell. We ask the tough questions this week… Was Edward really that interes…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Love Actually (2003) Starring: Everyone. A wonderful movie that sucked. We ask the tough questions, this week… Is this the worst movie we have ever covered? It couldn’t possibly get worse than this? Surely????? Listen to the podcast - then wat…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Legally Blonde (2001) Starring: Reese Witherspoon, Luke Wilson and Selma Blair A wonderful movie that sucked the life out of James. We ask the tough questions, this week… Why do people give the assorted chocolate boxes? How many will you like?…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Mickey Blue Eyes (1999) Starring: Hugh Grant, Jeanne Tripplehorn, and James Caan A wonderful movie where they just thought it would be funny to put Hugh Grant in with some mobsters. Let us ask you a question… When you first saw a picture of Ch…
 
Joel and Toast talk with film and gossip writer Sarah Marrs (co-host of The Hollywood Read) about the Oscar aspirations CATS once had, how those hopes crashed and burned, and what an underappreciated miracle it is how any movie comes together. Referenced in this episode: CATS' song "Beautiful Ghosts" being nominated for a Grammy. This episode's Joe…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Twilight (2008) Starring: Kristen Stewart, and Robert Pattinson A wonderful movie. We ask the tough questions, this week: Why did the Cullen children choose to be in high school? Is Forks, Washington the MOST dangerous place in America? Will w…
 
58- We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Dave (1993) Starring: Kevin Kline Fan Club A wonderful movie where anyone can be President. We ask the tough questions, this week: Is there an existing Kevin Kline Fan Club? Who wants to greenlight our Richard Nixon Impersonator Prank Show…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - The First Wives Club (1996) Starring: Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler, and Diane Keaton A wonderful movie where Victor Garber’s character absolutely should have been arrested and imprisoned. We ask the tough questions, this week: What reasonable mea…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Teen Witch (1989) Starring: Robyn Lively, Dan Gauthier, Joshua John Miller A wonderful movie where a teenager is a teenager, but with magical powers. We ask the tough questions, this week: Would any of this have happened, had Louise accepted t…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - The Big Wedding (2013) Starring Robert DeNiro, Diane Keaton and Katherine Heigl A wonderful movie where a wedding happened, we think. We ask the tough questions, this week: Should we have just talked about The Birdcage? What have we ever done …
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Intolerable Cruelty (2003) Starring Catherine Zeta-Jones and George Clooney A wonderful movie where everyone is getting out to nail someone’s ass. We ask the tough questions, this week: Where did the phrase “I’m gonna nail your ass” come from?…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Bedazzled (2000) Starring Brendan Fraser and Elizabeth Hurley A wonderful movie where it feels like you don’t care who Allison is, anymore… what’s Elizabeth Hurley’s deal? We ask the tough questions, this week: Why didn’t Brendan Fraser think …
 
Joel and Toast talk with writer/editor Anya Crittenton and Dana Bramble about the life and career of Andrew Lloyd Webber, musical-to-movie changes, and the possible lurid past between Old Deuteronomy and Gus the Theater Cat. Referenced in this episode: Andrew Lloyd Webber calling CATS ridiculous, the butthole left over from the Butthole Cut, and An…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Down With Love (2003) Starring Ewan McGregor, Renee Zellweger, Sarah Paulson, and David Hyde Pierce A wonderful movie where it feels like someone keeps hitting you over the head with a tennis racket. We ask the tough questions, this week: Why …
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Rumor Has It... (2005) Starring Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Costner, Mark Ruffalo, and Shirley MacLaine. A wonderful movie where everyone wants to make love to Kevin Costner. We ask the tough questions, this week: Who among us doesn’t want to have…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Grease 2 (1982) Starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Maxwell Caulfield, and Lorna Luft A wonderful movie where there is more music than dialogue. We ask the tough questions, this week: What are we being punished for? Is Michael Man, or Motorcycle? Spea…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Splash (1984) Starring Tom Hanks, John Candy and Darryl Hannah A wonderful movie where Tom Hanks learns to love and becomes a merman, we think. We ask the tough questions, this week: What are the rules of Mermaidhood? What possesses the uneduc…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - The Wedding Date (2005) Starring Debra Messing and Dermot Mulroney A wonderful movie where a woman pays someone to be her date at a wedding - and they end up falling in love. We ask the tough questions, this week: Is Dermot Mulroney’s characte…
 
47 - Honeymoon in Vegas We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Honeymoon in Vegas (1992) Starring Sarah Jessica Parker, James Caan, and Nicolas Cage A wonderful movie where Nicolas Cage We ask the tough questions, this week: Why is Sarah Jessica Parker such an active and willing pa…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - A Cinderella Story (2004) Starring Hillary Duff and Chad Michael Murray A wonderful movie where Hillary Duff has to wait on her stepmom hand and foot while going to high school and there’s a drought in California. We ask the tough questions, t…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Head Over Heels (2001) Starring Freddie Prinze Jr and Monica Potter A wonderful movie where it only lasted 86 minutes. We ask the tough questions, this week: Is Monica Potter okay? Or does she have brain damage? Does Freddie Prinze Jr’s charac…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - John Tucker Must Die (2006) Starring Jesse Metcalfe, Ashanti, Brittany Snow, Sophia Bush, Arielle Kabbel A wonderful movie where they changed the movie from something having to do with adults and made it take place in a high school. We ask the…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Beautician and The Beast (1997) Starring Fran Drescher and Timothy Dalton A wonderful movie where Fran Drescher plays a character who wants to date and be married to a Dictator. We ask the tough questions, this week: He isn’t, like, really a d…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Clueless (1995) Starring Alicia Silverstone, Paul Rudd, Stacey Dash, and Brittany Murphy (RIP. I love you.) A wonderful movie where an affluent teenager learns she wants to date her stepbrother. We ask the tough questions, this week: Why does …
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) Starring Nia Vardalos, and John Corbett. A wonderful movie where a 30 year old woman meets a man and wants to make decisions for herself, but her family causes her problems (only in her head). We ask the tough q…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - The Room (2003) Starring Tommy Wiseau. A wonderful movie where a man tried. We ask the tough questions, this week: Is Denny an adult or a child? But, mostly, we contemplate our existence. Listen to the podcast - then watch the movie or vice ve…
 
Joel and Toast profile CATS star Francesca Hayward who plays Victoria, giving you an overview of her ballet career, her experience dancing and singing for the movie, and how she feels about the notorious VFX. If you're looking for new film podcasts, check out The B-Side and The Mixed Reviews! Joel recently guested on an episode of The B-Side discus…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - The Bounty Hunter (2010) Starring Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler. A wonderful movie where a man and a woman used to be married, but no one cares about it because that point in the movie does not matter. We ask the tough questions, this wee…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Mr. Right (2015) Starring Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell. A wonderful movie where a man and a woman are inexplicably able to catch knives with their hands (among other inexplicable things in this movie). We ask the tough questions, this week: …
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Coyote Ugly (2000) Starring Piper Pabaro, Adam Garcia and John Goodman. A wonderful movie where a woman travels far (one state and one hour) away from home to pursue her music career. We ask the tough questions, this week: Could Jerry Seinfeld…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Heartbreakers (2001) Starring Sigourney Weaver, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and Ray Liotta. A wonderful movie where every scam works 100% of the time. We ask the tough questions, this week: How many disguises do Sigourney Weaver and Jennifer Love He…
 
We take a realistic look into the unrealistic world of romantic comedies that we LOVE to hate. This Week - Miss Congeniality (2000) Starring Sandra Bullock and Benjamin Bratt A wonderful movie where we discuss a movie that might be like if My Fair Lady and Lethal Weapon got together and tried. We ask the tough questions, this week: Why can't women …
 
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