The Breakdown of 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before', 'The Happytime Murders', 'The Package', 'Little Italy' and Remembering Neil Simon
School is barging its way back into many lives this week and The Movie Breakdown celebrates that with reviews for four 2018 movies. We have a romantic comedy set in high school with a movie heavily inspired by 1980s John Hughes pictures in To All the Boys I've Loved Before. We have another teen comedy but this time it is a feature length dick joke in The Package. Do you want more dirty jokes in your life? We've got you covered as we discuss the raunchy crime noir comedy about humans co-existing with puppets in The Happytime Murders. We even have another romantic comedy for you in Little Italy. After the movie review, we pay tribute to critically acclaimed and award-winning playwright and screenwriter Neil Simon. As always, if you enjoy the show then please help us out by spreading the word to other movie fans.
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The Movie Breakdown Outline (Please let us know if these times are incorrect):
1:09 Debate over if we will nail our closing and reveal we had a pre-show Home Alone discussion
2:42 To All the Boys I've Loved Before review
15:51 The Happytime Murders review
26:23 Mention To All the Boys I've Loved Before stinger
27:34 The Package review
38:12 Little Italy review
48:07 Tribute to Neil Simon
56:40 Question of the Week & Contact information & Blog hype
1:04:29 Review Rundown
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To All the Boys I've Loved Before *** (CS & SM)
The Happytime Murders ** (CS)
The Package *½ (CS) & * (SM)
Little Italy *½ (CS)