Is Phoebe Buffay's explanation of coupling as it relates to lobsters one of the single greatest moments in sitcom history?
Who knows, all we can say for certain is that her thing about lobsters mating for life greatly affected Josh's perception of the film, "The Lobster," and we wonder if it does the same for you.
Nostalgia is a funny thing -- it makes us want that which was never very good in the first place. Consider the fact that I used to tape six hours of B-movies on Friday and Saturday nights because there was nothing good on at other times.
Of course, it introduced me to the wonders of "Return of the Living Dead," "The Toxic Avenger," and more. How do people find such movies these days?
"Everybody Wants Some!!" and "Elvis & Nixon" are two period pieces that focus very heavily on music. In fact, "Everybody Wants Some!!" might not exist without its fantastic soundtrack where as "Elvis & Nixon" does something entirely different than one might expect from such a film. What exactly? Oh, you'll just have to listen to find out.