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  1. A few things I want to talk about after listening to the episode. First George Lazenby is nowhere near the worst Bond, that is easily Timothy Dalton. Lazenby is probably my third favorite Bond after Connery and Craig, and might have been higher if he didn't get into a huge fight with the producers about how he was to promote the film, and basically leaving the contract he had for another five films if I remember correctly. The Hulu documentary about Lazenby getting the role is one of the best documentaries I've seen in years and gives quite a bit of information on the whole process of how they looked to replace Connery as Bond. Also, I was surprised to hear that this movie cost three million as there was some big production pieces and special effects in the film. This was more shocking in comparison to Yes Giorgio that somehow cost nineteen million and looked like utter dog shit. As for Gene Simmons' wig, I was starting to think that he was wearing TWO wigs, the orange Coruthers one and the big Rocky Horror one, because there is no feasible way he could fit that mass of hair under a cap in order to put on the orange wig, it was easier to see it as him having one wig in his backpack or supply pouch and would switch as necessary. With the club that Stamos rides his motorbike to, there are literally dozens of people also riding their bikes up the elevator into that club and are running the bikes on the dance floor. My question is how the fuck is not everyone in that club dead from carbon monoxide poisoning because there seems to be no ventilation in that club at all? Was it confirmed that Vanity was having sex with Lazenby? Because with how she was mourning him I thought they were in a relationship, which would mean that Stamos was an eskimo brother with his own father. Finally, since this movie seems to be the template used for young teens/adults becoming spies, can we please have If Looks Could Kill starring RIchard Greico covered by the show, because that movie is an utter disaster?
  2. The final film of Sean Connery's career is also Scotland's first ever fully CGI film. Connery stars as a skateboarding veterinarian who tries to save the last beaver in Scotland. If that sentence isn't enough to give this movie an episode, maybe the trailer will help. The bulk of the movie is also on youtube.
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    HTGM movies and their RT scores

    I believe number 6 was the one announced before it came out or the week it came out. There was a gap from when 7 came out and then the episode for 8 was close to after it came out.
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    The Meg (2018)

    Good thing I'm seeing it this weekend then, might go for DBox as well.
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    The Snowman (2017)

    If they do this, it really needs to be paired with Jim Carrey's Dark Crimes, as they are two of the worst "crime thrillers" every made. Thankfully a Wikipedia summary has been created for this movie, so if you want to just read that to avoid this shitshow, you can.
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    Mission: Impossible 2 (2000)

    Best thing to come out of MI: 2. Also, what's interesting is that Cruise's romantic relationships are a big focal point of the newest film in the series, but there is zero mention of the one he has with Thandie Newton from this film, like they are actively trying to erase it from everyone's memories. It's interesting to note that Anthony Hopkins was uncredited for this film, but was a major part of every bit of promotional material, basically negating any surprise factor of having him in it.
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    Mother! (2017)

    Also, the fact that in all of the promotional interviews the cast and director were going on about how this was such a mind-blowing, you won't see coming message and how there were all these hints, which would seem interesting if it were like Noah that did have some interesting elements and twists, but everything can be sussed out in seconds if you just pay attention to something as simple as the name. It's like a pothead telling you something that they think no one else has blatantly noticed and then amazed when you aren't as shocked as they are because we've known it all along.
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    Mother! (2017)

    I am watching this now and I hate that I had to wade through 90 minutes of boring shit to make it to the utter craziness. It doesn't help that the metaphors/allegories are as subtle as a wrecking ball, but the final act does help make this film a bit easier to swallow. I did tell a friend as I am watching this that if Eve was as bitchy and overbearing as Michelle Pfeiffer was playing her to be, I'd have kicked her out of Eden as quickly as possible.
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    Episode 194 - Yes, Giorgio: LIVE!

    This movie aggravated me in ways I just can't explain, and I do enjoy listening to the more notable songs of classical music, but I now wish I watched the edited version because it was just unnecessary for the most part. I was surprised that there was no turn for the main relationship in anyway, like the wife finding out about the affair, or the doctor getting into a relationship of her own and ends up making Pavoratti jealous and in turn want her more. It was just like "they're gonna fuck for a bit and then he's heading back to his mansion and his family." It honestly reminded me of the ending of The Terminal with Tom Hanks and Catherine Zeta-Jones in that the whole movie is sort of building this relationship between an immigrant stuck in the airport due to no fault of his own and this flight attendant who is the mistress of a government official, we think that they will get together in the end but after all is said and down. While both are what I feel are fairly accurate representations, they really don't make for good movies as it just goes against what the audience is hoping for with the couples.
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    Shock 'Em Dead (1991)

    It's on DVD, that's how first watched it.
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    On Deadly Ground (1994)

    Yeah this was definitely the straw that broke the camel's back in regards to Seagal's time as an A lister. From there it was a much-maligned sequel to Under Siege, a switcheroo role in Executive Decision where he his named carried any real weight for the last time, Glimmer Man, and then Fire Down Below which was another attempt at him being eco-friendly. Looking at his filmography I honestly thought he had more films before falling down but he only had made five films before this piece of shit, and then from there he only made the three previously mentioned films before becoming an almost exclusive direct-to-video actor outside of Half Past Dead, Exit Wounds, and his cameo in Machete. I mean has there ever been a major actor that has had that kind of 180 in Hollywood? At least by the time the bloom had fallen off JCVD's rose when he directed The Quest, he had starred in over a dozen moderate to big hit films, and then starred in a half dozen more before going direct-to-video.
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    Funland (1987)

    Image the craziness of the mall in Chopping Mall, but in an amusement park, add in a crazy clown, the mob, blatant racism and sexism, and you will have this HDTGM-worthy film, Funland. It's no longer available on DVD but has become available on Amazon Prime, by what appears to be a shoddy bootleg being transferred onto the site. The movie concerns a theme park where one of the founders, who now works as the clown mascot of the park, is fired from his job after the mob kills the other co-founder and buys the park. The clown has already suffered a mental breakdown in front of park guests a year prior so the firing only leads to him going off the deep end and getting revenge against those who wronged him. There is also random craziness like KKK members walking around the park for no reason, park workers doing drugs in front of park guests, and a crazy hallucination by the clown where he is talking to Humphrey Bogart and his puppet Petey Pepperoni. This has everything from the clown going everywhere in his pizza costume, including a funeral, to there being a watermelon stand run by black men dressed up as field workers, to laundry list of potential jobs new employees at the park can have from Scum Cleaner to Puke Wrangler, this movie is screaming to be covered by the show.
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    Episode 193.5 - Minisode 193.5

    Don't it is not worth it. It's just singing leading to one random scenario to another song. Fuck this movie.
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    Episode 193.5 - Minisode 193.5

    Okay I'm 20 minutes in and wondering how the fuck this is going to be stretched out to just under 2 hours long, unless the wikipedia for this movie is missing a lot of crap. This hunk of crap is basically the Moonwalker but instead of pop music being interspersed over a flimsy sci-fi story, it's opera music interspersed over a musician trying to get side poon.
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    Spawn (2019)

    Whoa now, Liefeld has always been seen as a joke to comic fans, who's biggest character was a blatant ripoff of a DC and only improved upon by competent writers and artists. McFarlane on the other hand was a great artist and writer, though his quality has declined over the years, though I'm sure his directorial skill will leave a lot to be desired. Now cut to next year where this film has earned a billion dollars, 100% RT score, and 10 Oscars.