Jul 5, 2017
More fliffity-floo! Laci presents one of the best comedies ever made about an aging stage actress who takes a de-aging potion and then gets murdered by her husband but she can't die so she sticks around and continues her feud with a rival who took the same potion: Death Becomes Her (1992) [02:00]. Why were movies like this so appealing back in the early nineties, and why don't they get made anymore? This is yet another of Laci's movies to feature bodies doing hilariously bendy things they shouldn't be doing with the aid of pre-computer special effects... is this her "thing"? Laci also explains what made her recently turn against Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn.
Then, cast your mind back to 2004, before the Marvel Cinematic Universe was a thing and Tom Holland was but a romantic thought in his parents' heads*. Matt's selection this week is Spider-Man 2 (2004) [26:37], which he says is the best superhero movie ever made. Is it?