On Filmwhys, host and guest discuss movies that one has seen and the other hasn’t. I recently guested on the show and was shocked, shocked to discover that the host, Bubbawheat, had not seen Children of Men, arguably one of the greatest movies ever made (and also an eerily prescient one too). When we discussed the superhero/comic book movie that I hadn’t seen that Bubbawheat wanted me to watch he was shocked, shocked to discover that I hadn’t seen Mystery Men, the ’90s comedy movie with a killer cast and unfortunate soundtrack.
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Sean W. Fallon is a movie blogger and film critic from England who lives in Australia. He is the host of the podcast From First to Last, and can be found on Twitter (@Equiatic_Bind).
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