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WAR MACHINE vs. WAR HORSE: Game Night (Couples Retreat vs. Bad Words)

On this episode we take in a triple feature of Jason Bateman comedies and come to the conclusion that he is one man that you don't play games with. In COUPLES RETREAT he tricks his friends into covering some of the financial and emotional costs to save his marriage, while in his directorial debut BAD WORDS he plays a man set on revenge and destruction with the contests of spelling bees as his weapon of choice. However in new release GAME NIGHT we find the actor just simply wanting to enjoy his weekly board games with his friends... and then everything is ruined when we invite Jairo of The True Bromance Film Podcast and Mark as Played to come on and discuss the film. Listen and follow at the links below:

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Outro music this week is provided by new favorite Soft and Furious w/ the track "Game On"

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