Often considered to be one of the most important American political movies ever made, All the President’s Men is a film that truly stands the test of time. Now, in the wake of current political scandal in the United States, it’s also perhaps never been more prescient. Dave, Ivan, and Mike re-visit the 1976 classic to see how viewing it in today’s tumultuous landscape reflects current events, and how the film artistically holds up as a whole.

Dave, Mike, and Ivan tackle the 1971 cult classic, Harold and Maude starring Ruth Gordon, Bud Cort and directed by Hal Ashby. It’s your typical fun-loving tale of a death obsessed young man and his romantic relationship with a day-seizing octogenarian. Man, the 70s were weird… Does the movie hold up to its cult status? Or, unlike Maude, has it not aged well?