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    Episode 201 - Skyscraper

    What bothered me most about this movie was, how was everyone moving around so easily inside this building that is on fire? The Rock's family was staying on the 99th floor. The bad guys set the fire on the 96th floor, so Neve and the kids have to go down to get below the fire. The panic room is on the 220th floor, the mirror room is at the very top, and the turbines are above the 200th floor. The Rock explains how the building's elevators can't be used in the burning structure, which is why he attempts to murder his wife and son but putting them in the elevator and sending it hurtling 90 stories down. So how is everyone getting back and forth between the upper floors and the middle floors so easily? They would have had to go by FLAMING STAIRWELLS the whole way. When the bad guys show up in the indoor park to kill The Rock, they're not even out of breath let alone singed; ditto when they go back up. Of course, if the Rock can jump from the crane into the building and hold up a bridge by himself, repeatedly climbing and descending 100 stories of flaming stairs is just like falling out of bed.
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    Episode 186 - Geostorm: LIVE!

    If St. Clair is going to commit a hate crime, she should at least get the ethnicity right...
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    Episode 167 - Chopping Mall: LIVE!

    The song Barbara Crampton is humming during the store-gy is Stranger in Paradise, which she suggests in this interview was used because it was public domain. The song is from the broadway musical Kismet and is better known than the musical itself. None of this explains why she was humming anything at all in this particular situation. http://www.comingsoon.net/movies/features/771265-shock-interview-barbara-crampton-talks-chopping-mall-blu-ray
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    Leviathan (1989)

    Just watched on tubitv-- you guys have to do this one! The sight of Peter Weller punching Meg Foster in the face, and the way she goes down, is priceless.
  5. This movie is perfect for the show. You can literally ask how did this anti-racism, pro-tobacco musical with leprechauns set in an indeterminate time in Tennessee which was Fred Astaire's last musical, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, and featuring Keenan Wynn in blackface got made. Doesn't that literally say it all? You really need to do this movie. It is available to rent on Amazon. I will just say "you're welcome" now, since you will thank me.
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    Hercules (1983)

    The new documentary "Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films" is fertile ground that HDTGM could plow for a couple of years, easily. The Lou Ferrigno version of Hercules looks like a winner, and it is available on Amazon! Please!!
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    Episode 109 - FACE OFF: LIVE!

    Face switching -- believe it, people! http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/features/face-transplants-face-reality
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    Episode 109 - FACE OFF: LIVE!

    Omission: It was not at all clear what Travolta/Castor's plan was after getting his brother out of jail. Why disclose the location of and defuse the bomb? By doing so he pissed away the money he was going to get without any good reason. Did he decide he liked being an FBI agent better than a terrorist? He mentions something about taking care of their rivals, but what rivals? They are never talked about again, and anyway are there that many Supreme Court Justice-bombing terrorists in L.A.? It seems to me that, if you're worried about rivals, the last thing you would do is not carry out your plan that your client is paying for! He also tells Pollux that, after taking care of these rivals, he wants to get his face back, but how is he supposed to do that with Cage/Archer in jail and all the face-removing surgeons dead? (Maybe he knows about the top surgeons in D.C.?) I love how Joan Davis stabs Travolta/Castor in the arm while he is sleeping to take a blood sample and he barely registers that it happened. I think if someone stabbed me while I slept I might notice. One more thing: In the ambulance at the end, when Cage/Archer reaches over to get his wedding ring back, Travolta/Castor is not covered up and he looks like he's been bandaged across his midsection - IS HE STILL ALIVE??!! I LOVE THIS MOVIE!
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    Episode 99 — A View To a Kill: LIVE

    There's an entire special feature on the blu ray devoted to the butterflies. The commentator (Director?) notes that Cubby Broccoli saw the act somewhere and was so impressed he just had to use it in the movie. There's about a minute and a half long test clip of the butterflies which is hilarious.
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    Episode 89 — Gooby

    Correction/Omission? - I don't think I heard you say the name of this director, Wilson ConeyBEARe! And that his filmography includes such works as "Monster Warriors" and "MY SECRET IDENTITY"!! AND that Wilson is the name of a real grumpy stuffed bear who smokes cigars (see attachment)!!! Conclusion: This is an autobiographical film BY GOOBY HIMSELF! This is a Canadian version of Adaptation by a live sentient stuffed bear who wrote himself into his own script to introduce himself to the world. Gooby is real and the world's parents better lock up their children or they could be next!!!!
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