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    The Masked Engineer, Our Masked Friend

    suck on these CBB. That engineer Cody.
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  4. DaltonMaltz

    Episode 424 - Laking Bad

    Comedian, writer and actor John Hodgman (Judge John Hodgman, Vacationland) joins Howard and guest co-host Natasha Leggero to rebound from the Super Blood Wolf Moon! They’ll debate incense safety and which Fyre Fest doc is best while counting down YouTube’s Top Trending Songs. Then, the Movie Chart inspires the gang to ask: what is Nicole Kidman really running from? Plus, we’ll find out who everyone thinks the hottest Monkee is as John ventures down new musical avenues during the Hot Picks.
  5. Victoria Tsai is the founder & CEO of skin care company Tatcha. She joins Jonathan to talk all things skin; starting a skincare company, how we can take care of our own skin, why it’s important too, what skin is for, and more! Find VIctoria’s company Tatcha at https://www.tatcha.com. She’s on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/therealvickytsai/ For more music from Quiñ head to TheQuinCat.com. Jonathan is on Instagram @JVN. Also Twitter and Facebook. Catch Jonathan on Queer Eye streaming now on Netflix.
  6. Cam Bert

    Oscars 2019

    This is always a weird time of year for me living in Japan because we often don't get a lot of these movies until well after the Oscars. However this year I've seen about half of them and can see most of the others remaining. That said my overall all take on the nominations from what I have seen is.... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ I guess this will motivate me to go out and see A Star is Born this weekend and watch Roma on Netflix.
  7. I’m watching Deadtime Stories on Shudder and it has a long opening credit sequence that sounded like the Cellular credits conversation. Fun idea but too long. They committed.
  8. RyanSz

    Oscars 2019

    It's what I'm hoping wins, but I would be fine with Ralph winning because it was leaps and bounds improved over the original in regards to the animation, and wouldn't be surprised if Dogs wins. Yet if Incredibles 2 wins it will be as bad as Jethro Tull beating Metallica for the inaugural Metal Album Grammy.
  9. sycasey 2.0

    Oscars 2019

    I haven't seen all the animated nominees, but I strongly suspect Spider-Verse really is the best movie.
  10. grudlian.

    Oscars 2019

    This for sure. I normally don't agree with all the choices the Oscars make for what gets nominated but I normally find almost all the movies good, worthwhile movies. At least for major awards. This year, I'm not sure what they were thinking with several nominations. It's not that we didn't have great movies. It's not that the great movies were indie darlings flying under the radar (though plenty did). Eighth Grade, If Beale Street Could Talk, First Man, etc. were widely talked about. There's no way Oscar voters didn't get the chance to see them. I wasn't sure how Roma would do since there is the supposed bias against Netflix. But in years past, several Netflix docs have gotten nominations for best documentary. I honestly think Netflix hasn't had a real contender for best picture until this year unless you count Beasts Of No Nation (which I don't). Even though Roma certainly deserves to be up for best picture and best foreign language, I'm kind of bummed it's in both because I just saw Shoplifters and I'm afraid it won't get anything now. I'm really hoping Into The Spider-verse wins. Partly because I'm tired of Disney or Pixar basically owning the category. Partly because it's legit great. I'd be totally fine if it had been up for best picture.
  11. Writer, comedian, and fellow Earwolf podcaster Dave Holmes (Homophilia) joins Andrew and Tawny to discuss a caller’s question about a Facebook friend’s racist Pokemon meme, Tiki decor, and much more. As always, leave us a message about anything you think is racist at (323) 389-RACE.
  12. Comedian Brandon Wardell (Yeah, But Still) joins Ali and Erin to talk about Juuling, PornHubAria/PornHub apparel, “Warm” by Jeff Tweedy, JustPressRecord, how they were late on RunPee App, and many more things you should know about.
  13. Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy and also kind of a bummer at parties
  14. RyanSz

    Oscars 2019

    I wasn't surprised by what was chosen, but that's not saying I think they're the best choices. I was surprised Toni Collette didn't get a nomination and as far as Black Panther goes, I enjoyed it but I don't put it in Best Picture level, especially considering the film that was the impetus for the Oscars moving to the up to ten films for the award, The Dark Knight, was in my mind a more deserving film. I'm glad that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse got nominated, but legitimately forgot that Isle of Dogs came out this year, so with those two and Ralph Breaks the Internet being among the nominated I'm glad to see that animated films that are being inventive with how they're animated are getting much deserved attention. I was surprised that Blindspotting didn't get at least a screenplay nomination as for first time writers, Daveed Diggs and Rafael Casal did a fantastic job in creating a vibrant and deep story with a very realistic feel. Also, how does Widows not get a cinemetography nomination or Stephen McQueen not nominated for directing?
  15. I'd like to buy a vowel Pat. An "E" please. I'd also like to buy a pack of Cool Menthols.
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  17. DogSqueeze99

    Voyage of the Rock Aliens (1984)

    Bump to bring to the top! https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0096402/?ref_=m_nm_knf_i3 “Rock” “Comedy” Musical from 1984 starring Pia Zadora, Craig Sheffer, and Jermaine Jackson. Comes complete with music videos: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=sJZC54x1SVY
  18. Shannon

    The Masked Engineer, Our Masked Friend

    SPOILERS!!!! Here is a video of the Jackal's reveal---
  19. sycasey 2.0

    Oscars 2019

    1. I think Green Book and Bohemian Rhapsody (especially) shouldn't be anywhere near Best Picture, but once they got the Golden Globes I knew this was a done deal. Haven't seen Vice yet. 2. I'm happy that Roma is getting a lot of love. First, I think it's great. Second, it's a black-and-white foreign-language film from Netflix. That's a lot to overcome, but it got the most nominations. 3. Minding the Gap getting a nomination is great! I can't explain why the Mr. Rogers doc didn't. (I also agree that RBG is just an okay doc about a great subject.) 4. Ethan Hawke deserved a nomination and had won almost all the critics' prizes going in, so it is weird that he's not in. 5. Black Panther isn't my personal favorite MCU (that's Guardians of the Galaxy), but it's one of the better ones and has a social message to help its campaign (always helps with the Oscars). Ryan Coogler is a legit talent who wasn't recognized for Creed. I'm cool with it being in the mix. 6. It was a GREAT year for movies. The Oscars just didn't get enough nominations for First Reformed or Eighth Grade or If Beale Street Could Talk or most of the more deserving American films this year. So, par for the course there.
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  21. grudlian.

    Oscars 2019

    I don't think it's dismissive. I think movie and the characters are incongruent with each other. I've pushed for much sillier, crazier movies for best picture. Even something like District 9 which has sentient aliens interacting with humans on earth is far more out there than Winter Soldier and I was glad it got nominated. But I think it set up a stronger, more consistent universe. But I think we're just going to have to disagree on this.
  22. From soup to nuts, your nuts taste like soup.
  23. taylorannephoto

    Oscars 2019

    I completely understand you're argument. I just think it's dismissive and literally the problem as to why these movies don't get taken seriously lol.
  24. grudlian.

    Oscars 2019

    Then you don't understand my argument about why it's sillier. It still features two men who have died and come back to life. It stars a man who was cryogenically frozen for 60 years and I think that's inherently silly for a movie set in, functionally, the real world.
  25. Elektra Boogaloo

    Oscars 2019

    I am sure Mahershala Ali is good in GREEN BOOK. He's good in everything. The article I read about the Shirley family said they were not consulted about the movie, that the white driver and he were not friends and, in fact, he was fired. Mahershala Ali called them an apologized because he was told there was no close family left. https://shadowandact.com/the-real-donald-shirley-green-book-hollywood-swallowed-whole
  26. This is my actual dream.
  27. taylorannephoto

    Oscars 2019

    Then you don't understand why I said it. I said that because it's absolutely something that would be nominated but it gets tossed aside because the superhero aspect makes it "sillier," and I think that's damaging and absolutely incorrect.
  28. grudlian.

    Oscars 2019

    I agree that "Oscar worthy" is why we have a lot of Oscar "bait". I agree we should have a broader definition but, as good as Black Panther is, I don't think it's in the 10 best movies of the year. I think that's where I'm at but I can't quite remove that nagging thought from my head. My issue with your reasoning for Winter Soldier is "if you take out the Captain America..." He's in there though and we need to take the movie as a whole. The Captain America of it is what makes it seem a little bit sillier than more traditional political thrillers that Winter Soldier is trying to be. I agree with you on arguably the best superhero movies. I'd even add Superman. For me, they just haven't ever cracked my top 10 for the year. As I said earlier, I'm not sure if that's my own personal hangups or not.
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