Sep 12, 2020
The world is on fire — literally — but we’re here to protect you, or at least distract you, at Breakfast All Day. On our latest episode, Matt, Alonso and Christy review the completely charming romantic comedy “The Broken Hearts Gallery,” the Helen Reddy biopic “I Am Woman,” the enlightening documentary “The Sit-In: Harry Belafonte Hosts The Tonight Show,” and “Unpregnant,” which is sort of a comic version of “Never Rarely Sometimes Always.” But it works! (And we love the fact that women directed all four movies we reviewed this week.) In news, Christy tells the guys about her trip to see “Tenet,” and we discuss the Toronto International Film Festival and the Academy’s new diversity requirements for best-picture contenders. And over at our Patreon, we recap the latest episodes of “Lovecraft Country” and “The Vow” on HBO. Stay safe, and thanks for staying with us.