Tuesday Reviews Day: Show Gives Movie & TV Show Recommendations

The Bobby Bones Show shared new movies and TV shows they watched for Tuesday Reviews Day!

Bobby Bones watched Monkey Man. Its action packed and violent at times, but Bones shared that even his wife liked it. He rated it 4.5 out of 5 Monkey Masks. He also watched the new Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire and thought it was garbage. He rated it two yawns, and Movie Mike agreed and called it big, dumb action. He also watched the documentary How To Rob a Bank on Netflix and he rated it 3.5 out of 5 Space Needles.

Eddie watched Perfect Wife: The Mysterious Disappearance of Sherri Papini on Hulu. Keith and Sherri Papini’s seemingly idyllic family life is shattered when Sherri vanishes from their northern California neighborhood, triggering a frenzied search that becomes news around the world. He loved it and remembered talking about her story on the show years ago. He rated it 4.5 out of 5 headphones.

Amy watched two new things on Netflix! The first one was Nicole Kidman’s new movie with Zac Efron called A Family Affair. She thought it was good and loves cheesy love movies, so she rated it 4 out of 5 movie stars. She also started the docuseries America’s Sweethearts about the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders and hasn’t finished it yet but shared it’s very interesting and she has a greater appreciation for dancers as athletes.

Lunchbox listened to a podcast called Twin Flames which is about these people who created a dating group that you had to buy into to find your twin flame and love and how some of the members became so consumed by it they did illegal things and ended up in jail. There is also a documentary you can watch on it. He thought the people who fell for the scam were so stupid.

Morgan watched Arthur The King. It’s based on a true story about an adventure racing team that comes across a stray dog in the wilderness. She loved it and rated it 5 out of 5 meatballs, because it took her through every emotion.

Moving on, they are only allowed to review TV shows and movies they have completed, and podcasts are not allowed.