Welcome everyone to another episode of Don’t Make Me Watch That! – A podcast that celebrates movies and tears them down all in one sitting. Hosted by Andrew Young and Leslie Hudson, each episode presents the critique of a film from the long or recent past that one of us hates and the other one loves. Andrew and Leslie will do what they do best: fight and debate and make fun of one another. It’s all in good fun and for the love of FILM!

On this Episode, we kick off the first of two Colin Farrell movies that will be featured back to back on Don’t Make Me Watch That: 2001’s American Outlaws. Directed by Les Mayfield and starring Colin Farrell, Scott Caan and Ali Larter, American Outlaws is a take on the outlaw Jesse James and his attempts to stop the railroad from destroying his hometown. A Robin Hood-like tale in the old West, the film also features cameo performances from Timothy Dalton and Kathy Bates. Saying Andrew did not enjoy this movie would be an understatement. Leslie however, watches it at least twice a year.

Listen as our two combatants argue the merits of American Outlaws and cut each other up in the process. Enjoy.

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Andrew Young

Host/Producer at Geek Hard
Andrew Young has been involved in the entertainment industry for over 15 years as a writer, comedian and director. Andrew is one half of the hosting duo that makes up Geek Hard. He occasionally sleeps but doesn't endorse this behaviour.