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    Sidekicks (1992)

    I really want to hear the team's thoughts on what is probably the most problematic yellow face performance since Breakfast at Tiffany's. And Joe Piscopo in general. Other than that, this movie is actually a pretty heart warming tale about being yourself in the form of capitalizing on every Chuck Norris movie ever made and reusing them all in the fantasy sequences. Comparing and contrasting this martial arts training with other films, the no-mance between Barry's father and Bobo Joan Chen. Also, there is a pretty cool final competition sequence for the finale with a crazy nunchaku demo by not Jonathan Brandis RIP
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    Episode 85: BOOGIE NIGHTS vs TWBB

    I initially didn't like boogie nights. It was aping so much from Scorsese, DePalma, and Altman that it just felt like such a poser film. There will be blood is such. A towering achievement and left me stunned leaving the. theater. It. made me go back and check out BN again and now I see what devin does and I'm able to look past the "look at me" camerawork and appreciate it. I do love BN now, but TWBB is still PTA's masterpiece. DDL may give the finest performance put on celluloid.
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    Dune (1984)

    So I showed this to my wife for the first time yesterday and we're watching it again today because my wife can't even and needed to see it again because she had a June moment and needs to understand this movie. It's batshit, doesn't explain anything unless it super explains it. Random voice overs from every character, several wig talk with June hair pieces, it has gorgeous cinematography and art direction. Super weird and also feels like much is missing from adapting such a huge book. Gigantic penis worms and it ends with a knife fight involving motherfucking Sting.
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    Only God Forgives

    With The Neon Demon coming out soon, I would love to see a truly divisive film. I know Devin reviewed it for BMD and loved it, but interested to see if his opinion changed and what Amy has to say. Also just getting a discussion about the themes and meanings, and Kristin Scott Thomas' insane dragon lady performance.