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46. Die Hard

We recall Die Hard (1988) for the holidays! There's explosives, machine guns, and German accents! All the ingredients necessary for a Christmas classic. Plus, we talk about Winston the police officer and if there is a teddy bear in the movie.

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45. 9 to 5

We recall 9 to 5 (1980), a workplace comedy about women sticking it to the/a man. Molly remembers finding three role models, Beth has a hard time using words, and Jaquette bets there's a man in the movie. Plus, we are thrown off our game by our new microphones. (Thank you, Patrons!)

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44. Psycho

We recalled Psycho (1960) as a film about a man who dresses as his dead mother to commit murder. It turns out it's really about an adult who drinks milk. Like, a good portion of this episode is about milk. #milk

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42. The Parent Trap

We recall Disney's The Parent Trap (1998), which is NOT the same movie as Freaky Friday, but does also star Lindsay Lohan. We discuss hats, Butler-Nanny love, and how Sammy the dog is the only sane character in this movie.

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41. Mrs. Doubtfire

Hellllooooooo! We recalled Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), a movie about a father pretending to be an older British woman in order to trick his wife and the law into letting him see his kids (more than once a week). We discuss how allergies work, why "drive by fruiting" is funny, and, to Molly's delight, divorce.

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40. Batman & Robin

In celebration of our three-year anniversary, we recall the film that is in the center of our anni-venndiagram, Batman & Robin (1997). We remember enough to know that it is A) a Batman movie and B) stars Arnold Schwarzenegger. Plus, we discover our new favorite person, Joe Prado, captain of transportation.

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39. Office Space

What's happening. Yeah...we recalled Office Space (1999). We got the memo about the TPS reports, Jennifer Aniston being cool, and the stapler. But, uh, we're gonna need a little reminder about some other things.

Oh, and we almost forgot, Gertie (the dog) is very vocal in the first half of this episode. So...uh...yeah...we're sorry about that. Thanks.

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36. Casablanca

Our memories of this movie don't amount to a hill of beans or something like that. We recalled Casablanca (1942), a film rife with famous quotes, intense emotion, and cigarettes. So. Many. Cigarettes.

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33. Gremlins

To celebrate this holiday season we recall Gremlins (1984), the movie where adorable kitten-toddlers turn into horrifying murder-monsters. Molly remembers being scarred watching the movie as a child, Joe Dante is born, and we find out why George Washington's birthday can be so depressing.

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32. Bring It On

Like awesome! Oh, wow! Like totally check it out! We recalled Bring It On (2000). Molly remembers having cheer fever, Beth attempts to recite a cheer, and the Dans reminisce about being forced into watching this movie.

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31. Ghost

Subtitle: Molly's Redemption.

For the spooky month of October, we recalled the classic love story of a girl and her dead boyfriend, Ghost (1990). Molly gets a second chance to review the movie, we decide if it really does "have it all," and we get into the intricacies of ghost physics.

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30. Aliens

Game over, man! We recall Aliens (1986), a sequel to a movie we remember being pretty good. There is a girl with the name of a small animal, Billy Pax, and a cat that is definitely dead (or definitely alive).

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29. Independence Day

"Better late than never," is what we always say at Totes Recall. So what if it is August? We recall Independence Day (1996). It's been 20 years, which means we've had 20 years to forget about which monuments are blown up by aliens and who plays Jeffy G's dad.

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28. Total Recall (2012)

Totes Recall just entered its terrible twos by recalling this terrible 2012 remake of Total Recall. Typically we try to watch a movie we've all seen, but this time we (p)recall the movie based on the original. We look forward to some crazy Arnie-style acting, Mars, and tummy muppets. Spoiler alert: we are sorely disappointed.

On our two-year anniversary, we would like to take this moment to thank all of our listeners for your continued support. Y'all are the best.

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