We recall Top Gun (1986), a movie about war pilots and bro-ing out. There's pre-teen discomfort, lots of guitar riffs, and not enough Tommy C. running. Plus, we harshly judge the kissing in this movie.Read More
We recall Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986). A movie about a teen who should probably cool it. We try out best at a Chicago accent, discuss animal danger, and side with Jeanie this time around. Plus, we talk #BDE (Big Dad Energy).Read More
Come on and slam, and welcome to the (Totes Recall five-year anniversary) jam! We recall Space Jam (1996), a film featuring famous basketball players and cartoon characters. Bill Murray is also there. Plus, Joe Prado stops by!Read More
We recall 10 Things I Hate About You (1999), a movie based off of the writings of William Shakespeare. EVER HEARD OF HIM? Linden and Beth make their predictions based off of how movies work, Molly has seen the movie, and Jaquette thinks this is She's All That.Read More
Listeners, we respect you so much! And to show you that respect, we watched a movie selected by you for Respect Listener Opinions Month. It was decided by your votes that we watch Clue (1985)! We base our recollections on the board game, meet The Purple Duchess, and go off on the longest tangent of Totes Recall history. When we say respect, we mean it!
Also, Beth knows movies don’t “air” in theaters.Read More
We recall Contact (1997), or as we call it Science of the Lambs. We remember J Fos is the main character, attempt to do our best McConaughey impressions, and play the game, "yes, the banged, but how many times and when?"Read More
We recall The Princess Bride (1987) live from Trylon Cinema in Minneapolis in front of a live audience! There are bets about mustaches, a hill of truth, and is his name Shawn Wallace or Wallace Shawn? Plus, some #truetotesheads get in on the action.Read More
We recall The Fifth Element (1997), a movie that features robot priests, space Hitler, and leather shorts. Plus, we find out what the fifth element really is. (It's love, probably).
We'd like to acknowledge that we recorded this episode prior to Luke Perry's passing. Thank you LP for being kind to Molly and for crushing it in this movie.Read More
It's Valentine's Day, so you know what that means. We recall an animated Disney film because they are the most romantic films of all time. This time we recall Robin Hood (1973) because Robin Hood is a fox in more ways than one. We try to remember which animals appear in the movie, but ultimately we are too distracted by Robin Hood's charm and how money works.Read More
We recall Mary Poppins (1964) as a jolly good time and probably the source of all of our OUTSTANDING cockney accents. Plus, we play one of our favorite games, Did They Bang?Read More
Every time a bell rings, we recall It's a Wonderful Life (1946). Jaquette tries to guess what the movie is about, we bet we might cry, and we all attempt James Stewart impressions at one point. Plus, Zuzu's petals!Read More
We recall The Karate Kid (1984). Linden tries to summarize the movie having never seen it, Molly and Beth have differing opinions of Ralph Macchio, and Jaquette reveals his love of trees. Plus, we try to keep those teens cool.Read More
Happy Halloween! We can't tell if we are more scared by this movie or how bad our memories are. We recall Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990). We remember a lady gremlin, an Einstein gremlin, and maybe there's a drawer gremlin? Beth bases her entire "recollection" on her memory of a Key & Peele sketch. And Joe Dante makes his triumphant return.Read More
We recall Labyrinth (1986), a film starring puppets and David Bowie's codpiece. We discuss the definition of a onesie, the symbolism behind the story, and whether or not Bowie knew he had to write music for the film. We think you'll find this episode to be bow wow wonderful.Read More
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! We recall The Wizard of Oz (1939) starring the strawman, the peppermint gang, and man weirdly crying from his eyebrows. And fair warning, somehow this is our most sexual episode to date.Read More
“There’s no crying in baseball,” is a line from this movie, we think. We recall A League of Their Own (1992). There is sisterhood, Tom Hanks is a cad, and an annoying kid becomes Hanks’ nemesis. Plus, we prove once and for all that none of us knows anything about baseball.
And also, Happy 4th Anniversary to us! Thank you all for listening and supporting the show. We love you.
We recall Look Who’s Talking (1989) as a film about talking sperm. Other things have to happen in the movie, but really we can only remember that sperm talks. It’s as disturbing as we recall.Read More
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002). UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.Read More
Great Scott! It's Respect Listener Opinions Month! You casted your votes and the winner is... Back to the Future (1985)! We have difficulties keeping our timelines straight, Molly is bored by the clocktower, and we make it clear that we understand time travel.
Thank you to all of our awesome listeners. We respect you so hard.Read More
We recall Jaws (1975) and discuss how sharks are real-life monsters. Apologies to the late Roy Scheider for confusing you with Rob Schneider.Read More