I Used To Like 'It Takes Two'.
Well, it’s finally happened! Shawn and Colin have sat down to discuss a movie featuring those plucky twin sweethearts of the 90s, the Olsen twins, as we talk about ‘It Takes Two’. We discuss all the important topics such as personal influence of these kids, very likeable non-twin lead actors, a plot device that is never explained, the vast array of twin related media, wild supporting cast and so much more. Is this where Colin’s age difference really shows? What did Shawn think of his first Olsen twins movie? Is it still good? Tune in to find out!
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I USED TO LIKE THIS ONE
“The year was 2020 and a pandemic was sweeping the world. While at home with nothing else to do, Shawn Wells turned to watching movies he hadn’t seen in years. Thinking some of them held up and some of them definitely didn’t, he wanted to put it to the test and ask friends to watch them with him and see if they agree. Inspired by a friend’s social media post about his daughter hating a movie he had shown her for the first time, Shawn got an idea to start a podcast about the longevity of movies we love. His first call, his friend Colin Stewart who he had met while performing together on stage only a year earlier but they had hit it off. They joined forces and to Shawn’s surprise, Colin had never seen most of the movies he talked about; the ideal situation. ‘I Used To Like This One’ was born. Now, join Shawn and Colin every week when they look back on movies they remember fondly from their childhood (whether they were age appropriate at the time or not) and attempt to look past the nostalgia to see if they still hold up. New episodes every Friday.”
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