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About NathanJoel

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    Conforming to other people's expectations in order to be accepted
  1. NathanJoel

    Baby Geniuses (1999)

    Like the OP I watched this as a child and loved it. I'm scared to go back and watch it again.
  2. NathanJoel

    Everyone Says I Love You (1996)

    I haven't seen this movie yet but I remember them talking about doing all the bad Woody Allen movies in the Name of the King episode. I recently posted about Everything you wanted to know about Sex recently, while it was pointed out it is a very self-aware bonkers type of film there are plenty of Woody Allen movies ripe for an episode. I'm going to watch this later and I'm sure it is one of them.
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    The Cat in the Hat (2003)

    Bumping this one. I first saw it on a pirated copy from Malaysia and genuinely thought something was wrong with the disk. It is just pure insanity from start to finish and not innocent Dr Suess insanity. This is not a movie for children and I watched it when I was 11. I still wake up screaming after nightmares of Alec Baldwin tearing off his girdle.
  4. NathanJoel

    The Sweetest Thing (2002)

    Although you were 100% right I'm still glad they made it.
  5. NathanJoel

    Silent Fall (1994)

    I had to read that three times and I'm still not sure I fully understand it.
  6. NathanJoel

    Power Rangers (2017)

    "Hot Nonsense" The new series starring Jason Mantzoukas as a wise-cracking, bad movie-loving firefighter. Coming to Netflix in 2017.
  7. NathanJoel

    Dune (1984)

    Question for Dune fans: Is it really worth watching? I am a big fan of Lynch but keep putting it off.
  8. NathanJoel

    Down With Love (2003)

    All good points but I think we can agree that it wouldn't be worth an episode. I did enjoy it though, purely to see Niles.
  9. Why this movie? Because Gene Wilder falls in love with a sheep in it, that's why. Is that not enough? Do you need another reason? It was also the 13th Highest Grossing film of 1972. Bitch.
  10. NathanJoel

    The Sweetest Thing (2002)

    I love this movie! It is just a constant barrage of WTF moments. Also this film introduced me to the concept of a glory hole. The line "it's oozy and it's green" is poetry.
  11. NathanJoel

    So I Married An Axe Murderer (1993)

    I haven't watched it in a while. I remember the first time I watched it was during a movie night with some friends in high school and we watched it immediately after 'The Girl Next Door' which was so awful anything would have seemed good in comparison.
  12. NathanJoel

    Casino Royale (1967)

    This movie isn't good bad it's just bad bad. There are no memorable parts except perhaps Woody Allen playing James Bond's nephew 'Jimmy Bond'. "You can't shoot me! I have a very low threshold for death." Other than that this movie sucks.
  13. NathanJoel

    Down With Love (2003)

    This is a surprisingly well made Romantic Comedy. I only watched it because David Hyde Pierce (Niles from Frasier) said it is his most under-appreciated movie. While it is definitely an under-appreciated movie but probably not enough to talk about for a podcast. It's more like How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, a cheesy romantic comedy no one wants to admit they loved when they watched it but instead of developing a man-crush on Matthew McCounaughey you develop one on Ewan McGregor. It's good to see Obi-Wan has found love though...
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    So I Married An Axe Murderer (1993)

    This movie is a hidden gem. It's interesting how badly it flopped considering Mike Myers was at his peak just after the Wayne's World franchise. I think it is made better by the fact that no one knows about it. It's a great movie to watch with friends who also enjoy quirky comedies.