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  2. Kream15

    The Experts (1989)

    This movie is literally BONKERS
  3. Robert Denby

    Episode 218 - Deadfall (w/ Chelsea Peretti)

    Can someone explain what game Fats and Joe are playing? There seems to be only three balls on the table at any time. Also, it appears there are no pockets on the table. And near the end of the game, Joe hits the cue ball, but when the table is shown, the yellow ball is moving and the cue ball is sitting next to the red ball. I was very confused.
  4. sycasey 2.0

    Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    You know the old saying: "The common denominator in all your bad relationships is you?" Maybe if you're getting posts deleted in two different forums with different moderators there is something you can change about your own behavior.
  5. Robert Denby

    Episode 218 - Deadfall (w/ Chelsea Peretti)

    Compared to “Deadfall,” Nick Cage’s performance in “Vampire’s Kiss” was subtle and nuanced.
  6. sycasey 2.0

    Gone with the Wind

    I admit, I didn't think we'd get to "this is why Trump won" THIS quickly.
  7. theworstbuddhist

    Episode 218 - Deadfall (w/ Chelsea Peretti)

    Wow. Just out of curiosity, what did Guy Fieri look like in 1993? Also, just watched the merry go round scene and it was much more enjoyable once I replaced James Coburn with Trump and Michael Biehn with Eric Trump.
  8. Robert Denby

    Episode 218 - Deadfall (w/ Chelsea Peretti)

    I get the impression that Chris might not have had a firm grasp on “film noir.”
  9. theworstbuddhist

    Episode 218 - Deadfall (w/ Chelsea Peretti)

    Oh, one cool thing about this movie is seeing Sarah Trigger. She was in PCU with Jeremy Piven, which is not aging well as you can probably imagine, and she was in one of the greatest TV crime dramas of all time, the short-lived EZ Streets by Paul Haggis, starring Ken Olin, Joey Pants, and Jason Gedrick. Hey Netflix, there's a show that should be revived and resolved!
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  11. theworstbuddhist

    Episode 218 - Deadfall (w/ Chelsea Peretti)

    Watching the movie now I get the strong impression that Christoper watched Wild At Heart and wanted to do the same thing, but noir.
  12. GeneralPattonOswaldCoblepot

    Shirts

    Or “Ehhhh wrong” Kevin please get on this or I’ll have to start making bootleg shirts
  13. GeneralPattonOswaldCoblepot

    Shirts

    I would absolutely buy that shirt
  14. I’m still trying to get Michael Scott’s mark off Kulap’s arm but it’s really on there.
  15. Euripides’ Shorts

    The doctor is a woman

    The doctor is a woman
  16. Robert Denby

    Episode 218 - Deadfall (w/ Chelsea Peretti)

    I wonder if Nick Cage ever thought about taking his brother aside during filming and telling him, “I’ve worked with David Lynch, and Chris, you’re no David Lynch.”
  17. Ofcoursemyhorse

    Puppet Master (1989)

    Dont care which one they're all nuts, but why not start with the first one. I think its a pretty solid toe in the water for the insanity that is the Blue Moon entertainment catalog of terrible movies.
  18. Ofcoursemyhorse

    Xchange (2000)

    Have to bump this legitimately fun but very stupid movie.
  19. SlidePocket

    Episode 218 - Deadfall (w/ Chelsea Peretti)

    Joanne Whalley was also going to play Diane, but she too pulled out along with her then-husband. If things had been different, there would've been a Navy SEALs reunion between Whalley, Michael Biehn and Charlie Sheen!
  20. Ofcoursemyhorse

    Inspector Gadget (1999)

    Youre not alone I saw this movie in theaters as a kid. I also waited for the next showing of a sold out Man of the House with Chevy Chase and Johnthan Taylor Thomas, so I think its pretty fair to say that children have terrible tastes in movies.
  21. Ofcoursemyhorse

    If Looks Could Kill (1991)

    As delightful as this is i'm going to have to insist that if they start doing terrible Richard Grieco movies they start with his knockoff Thor movie.
  22. Ofcoursemyhorse

    NetForce (1999)

    I was on board as soon as I saw Judge Reinhold.
  23. CaptainAmazing

    How quickly do tickets normally sell out?

    Whelp, there were actually at least two babies in the show, although Jason didn’t actually hold either one.
  24. Hello forum. I like this podcast. Makes it hard to breathe and I get a high pitch laugh as if I start to laugh but then someone invisible squeezes my throat. It makes me have endorphins. I think it's because I'm laughing so much. I like the full commitment of Sean and Hayes to their own style of comedy, and how much they clearly enjoy it makes me enjoy it even more. It's a kind of irony with a deep layer of joy and playfulness underneath. It's often the bright spot in my day.
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  26. I was at the Austin show too... I actually can't help but wonder if the video-game thing was in the first script at all. All the VG stuff was either in cutaway or audio/cgi overlays. Could they have filmed a "straight" noir where the supporting actors were just stilted because they gave them some kind of "you know, David Lynch the shit out of it" direction and it was so terrible they had to add on the son/video game overlay? Except for shooting some scenes with the Rules non of the VG stuff touched any of the island scenes per se. "This will never sell, let's Matrix this shit up!"
  27. AlmostAGhost

    Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

    I finally got the time to finish the episode. As said earlier, I found this movie tough. I like it and enjoyed it, but have this feeling that most of what I respond to is present in the play -- and not particularly as a piece of cinema. I like having Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton on the list though, and I think for that I'll stick with my 'yes' vote (also I like having Nichols on there, and I don't like The Graduate). Also I took this film fairly straightforwardly. Paul brought up a lot of ideas weaved throughout this story, but I found I just watched it simply -- it's two couples and some secrets on a drunken night. George and Martha as the parents of America? I dunno. I love reading into art but for this one, I kept it clear and didn't really consider it a 'comment' on anything at all. *shrug* Maybe I missed the point, but I felt pretty good about it this way.
  28. Right well, that’s the best thing ever
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