You Expressed Yourself, assured us that our podcast was in Vogue, and so we got Into the Groove to Justify Your (My) Love.
That's right, we're suffering through and reporting back on Madonna: Truth or Dare!
Like a Virgin, we watched this documentary for the very first time, and though we were often bored, we did Live to Tell you just how scarred we are by this experience and whether our parents were right to try to keep us away. (Huh. I guess the "Like a Virgin" thing applies to that whole last sentence.)
Witness the smugness of Warren Beatty, the awkward charm of Kevin Costner, and the boredom and pretentiousness of Madonna herself. Thrill along the way as we examine which movies legendary film critic Roger Ebert thought were slightly better and slightly worse than Madonna: Truth or Dare. (We're in talks with Milton Bradley to bring you the home game in 2019!)
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Cate Cullen, Chris Moree, Chad Drac, and Taryn Coleman
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Theme music: "Mexicana Massacre" by Tomb Dragomir off his Instrumental Psycho Synth Album
Madonna: Truth or Dare is available to rent on YouTube or purchase on DVD from Amazon. But we recommend you just watch the trailer on YouTube and not subject yourself to the full film, despite what Ebert thinks.