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    Mom and Dad (2017)

    I admittedly haven't seen this, and considering it has a respectable IMDB score, it may not be a good recommendation. However, consider what's included. 1. It's written, directed and produced by Brian Taylor. If that doesn't ring a bell...think Neveldine/Taylor. Still nothing? Crank, Crank 2, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. 2. Sir Nicolas Cage. 3. "A teenage girl and her little brother must survive a wild 24 hours during which a mass hysteria of unknown origins causes parents to turn violently on their own kids." Cage is one of said parents. I think this could be one of the "this is so crazy how did this get made" entries to keep an eye on. A watchable, totally bonkers Cage flick? Yes, please! Maybe Paul can get his friend Nic to be the guest host. "...and will no doubt delight Nicolas Cage fans, who’ll get to see their hero totally unleashed in a vehicle that’s as lovably mad as its star." http://www.joblo.com...tiff-review-266
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    Replicas (2019)

    Might not be too likely with Tommy MiddleD in the film, but this is a bad one. Film Review: ‘Replicas’ Rampant silliness and gaping plot holes test audience patience in Jeffrey Nachmanoff's sci-fi thriller. 'Dead people really don’t like to wake up and find their memories have been stuffed inside something that looks like the mechanical marvel from “Ex Machina.”' https://variety.com/2019/film/reviews/replicas-review-keanu-reeves-1203105370/ ‘Replicas’ Film Review: Keanu Reeves’ Robo-Clone Thriller Flirts With Unintentional Laughs Reeves’ mad doctor tries to bring his family back to life in a ridiculous tale that replaces emotion with shouted technobabble https://www.thewrap.com/replicas-film-review-keanu-reeves/ 'Reeves’ Will Foster is first seen waiting for a donated brain that is being brought to him via helicopter, and director Jeffrey Nachmanoff (“Traitor”) cross-cuts between Reeves anxiously staring at his watch and the brain being rushed into the facility. During an operation to place this brain into a robot body, Dr. Foster is asked, “Do you concur?” by a colleague and Reeves cries, “I concur!” in that ineffably stilted but enthusiastic Keanu-ish way.'
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    Killer Elite (2011)

    Somehow, Roger Ebert gave this turd 3 out of 4 stars. Maybe because it's based on a true story? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Killer_Elite_(film) A ball-punch ends this fight, which lasts over two minutes. Trailer:
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    Mandy (2018)

    This just showed up in my Vulture updates. I have not seen this film, but I want to...and I want the crew to cover this because it's going to be madness. "...I watched a bloody Cage scream for two or three minutes straight during a scene..." Nicolas Cage in Mandy seems to be utterly bananas. The film looks awesome...and also bananas. It's getting great reviews, so this would fit in the Crank-like area that the crew has covered before. I just Googled this and found a prior entry from Vulture. This is a rebirth of our beloved Sir Nicolas Cage. "Has Nicolas Cage reached his final form? If you subscribe to the Pokémon theory of evolution, he should have blown through his three phases long ago: First, there was his stint as an unusual young up-and-comer, then he became an Oscar-winning lead with his fair share of eccentricities, and finally, he plunged into “I’ll do anything” ignominy. Mandy, which premiered this past week at the Sundance Film Festival, suggests that Cage has broached a fourth form: a mega-evolution, if you will." "This is also a movie where Nicolas Cage slays a demon alien and then does a huge line of cocaine, but that almost seems redundant. Nicolas Cage doesn’t need to do cocaine to get lit. Cocaine ought to try Nicolas Cage." Trailer: Vulture Piece: http://www.vulture.c...attle-axes.html
  5. "Maybe it's just me, but for me, being biploar is cool!" -- A quote by Earth
  6. I received a house call from a man calling himself Dr. Pepper. I actually feel worse, and my body is sticky and smells like soda. I'm starting to think he's not a doctor at all.
  7. And for that, I want to slug you in the butthole.
  8. Anyone who's anyone knows that spamming an online forum with excessive posts is about the coolest thing you can do.
  9. Now watch me whip, now watch me nae nae. Now watch me whip, now watch me save 15% or more on my car insurance.
  10. When I slide into those DMs, it's like when I slide into my bathtub full of pudding. The idea is good, but it gets really messy later.
  11. They say you can estimate a man's dick size by looking at his hands. No thanks. Show me that dick so I can guess how big the hands are!
  12. Wow. Very original gif signoff. I never expected people here to act like like they're on Reddit. C'est la vie. Try to get out more.
  13. Well, based on the feedback I've seen from posting an opinion on the episode that didn't go over well, my infrequent enjoyment of this forum went to zero. I thought it was a pretty welcoming place previously.
  14. Because I'm the one who mentioned not enjoying all three loud voices, I feel like this comment was at least somewhat directed at me. Did I "mention the woman first"? Yes, I did, because I was replying to someone who specifically mentioned Erin and only Erin. That's the only reason I mentioned her first. She was no more annoying than the other two. I added Bryan and Jason, because they were all bothering me from the beginning. I love Jason almost to a fault, and I really didn't enjoy him this episode. The only thing that could've made this episode louder would be Pete Holmes. I guess I'm not on here enough to see the hate for Cameron and Tig. They are two of my favorite guests on any podcast, and that's really disappointing to me.
  15. The Nudist Buddhists was a band of fine flutists, but people were more impressed with their tromboners.
  16. IIRC, they only said "Rowling" once, but I was thrown off the rest of the time. I was really surprised that Jason didn't chime in with some Harry Potter quip.
  17. 1. Was anyone else confused early on when someone said "JK Rowling"? I thought I had missed something. That would've made for an entirely different film. 2. Jason made the episode for me when he mentioned "Sigur Ros playing in the background".
  18. For what it's worth, I had a hard time with all of them, which I mentioned. "Erin yelling, Bryan booming, Jason yelling. Poor Paul."
  19. Erin screaming and Bryan seemed hellbent on over-emphasizing everything he said. Glad it gets better later on!
  20. I just started, but this episode seems like a complete mess. Erin yelling, Bryan booming, Jason yelling. Poor Paul. I was really looking forward to them covering this..."film"...but I'm not sure I'll make it through if this continues.
  21. Even in bedrooms? I mean, how can you sleep with all that light coming in?
  22. Why cut off your nose to spite your face when you can take someone else's face and pretend to be Hannibal Lecter?
  23. Pol Pot was a real rascal.
  24. O Comedy, Comedy, wherefore art thou Comedy? Shall I hear more, or shall I Bang Bang into your mouth?!?!