“I love how they talk about the internet in this.”
Molls invites her good friend Jackie Johnson (host of Natch Beaut) to discuss I Me Wed, the Lifetime film about a woman who decides to just marry herself!
The ladies start by talking about general shenanigans about weddings (and Julia Allison!) before diving into the movie. Enjoy their discussion about dialogue and wardrobe, the friends of the main character, and how they scored this movie on our official MMISWP rating scale.
“This is a movie of yesteryear.”
Trigger Warning: This movie contains a heavy amount of violence, specifically in Washington, D.C. Watch and listen at your own discretion.
Molls and returning guest Ted Travelstead watch The Devil’s Teardrop, a film that features a lot (but not enough) of handwriting analysis. The LOLs are plenty despite this being a dark story!
“I wanted to emotionally eat the entire time.”
Molls and guest Rachel Fisher (co-host of Hollywood Crime Scene) take a lovely deep dive (pun intended) into Fatal Honeymoon. Join the ladies as they dissect this dark story, which was based on actual events, for your entertainment.
“The continuity is out of control.”
This week, Molls covers Another Woman’s Husband, starring Lisa Rinna, and you know there was only one person who could be the guest for this flick: Ronnie Karam.
Molls and Ronnie talk about Rinna’s career, continuity errors, bad acting, and (quite literally) tons more. You simply must stick around too until the end to hear where this one landed on our scale. Hint: it’s a MMISWP record!!
“This is my Lion King story.”
Molls and friend Blaire Bercy enjoy a romantic journey into the love of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, the recently married Harry & Meghan.
Join them as they reflect on the great casting decisions, the couple’s separate histories/how they found each other, and why this is now Blaire’s favorite Lifetime movie.
“This is a breezy watch.”
Molls is back for Season 3 with pal Desi Jedeikin (co-host of Hollywood Crime Scene) to start the season off right with a movie Lifetime movie lovers definitely are familiar with: Restless Virgins.
Enjoy some prep-school commentary, some stories about their own experiences in school, and so much more. Stick with the ladies until the end to hear where this film landed on our revamped rating scale!