[Fixed] The Breakdown of 'Wonder Park', 'Five Feet Apart', 'Juanita', and 'Firebrand'

EDIT: We got out of the well! The sound has now been fixed and one may even say the show is near bearable now. Almost.You're still stuck with Scott and I rambling.

Monday means movies. Or at least talking about movies, as we've got another episode of The Movie Breakdown. This week we have four movie reviews, and each one has a female lead, an interesting fact that we completely failed to mention on the show. There are two theatrical releases this week including the terminal teen romance, Five Feet Apart and the animated feature about a magical theme park, Wonder Park. Then it is reviews for this week's Netflix Originals, which are the Alfre Woodard starring dramedy Juanita and the Indian drama about a female divorce lawyer, Firebrand. That isn't all the movie talk; in major news, Disney has rehired James Gunn to direct Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3, and we reveal why this is a huge deal. As always, we had a blast recording the show even if we continue to sabotage our segues and can't nail the closing to save our lives (and for some reason, sounds like we recorded it in a cave this week). If you love the show, then we'd really appreciate you helping us out by promoting us on social media or just telling other movie fans about us.

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Four Star Rating:

Juanita ** (CS) & *** (SM)
Five Feet Apart **½ (CS)
Firebrand ** (CS) & *½ (SM)
Wonder Park **½ (CS)