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    Wieners (2008)

    Where to start: Road trip movie featuring a van with a giant hot dog on it. A plot that defies any attempt to understand its logic (what kind of business plan for a food truck involves a nationwide tour giving out free hot dogs?) HDGTM alum Joel David Moore (The Hottie and the Nottie) Intense gay panic Darrell Hammond as a violent Dr. Phil Gratuitous nudity for Jason Zachary Levi dancing in his underwear in a hot bod contest Chris Pratt in a bit role as a one-armed man Blake Clark's O face The worst fight scene you'll ever see A fantasy flashback featuring Andy Milonakis Jenny McCarthy beastiality Kenan Thompson trying so hard to create comedy
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    Episode 221. The Hottie and the Nottie

    I watched with subtitles on, and during the "sex" scenes late in the film, there's a song that has only two lines of lyrics, "Look out baby, you gotta lot of love" and "your eyes". They repeat over and over. The music overall in the film has some of the most inane lyrics, but because the songs are so meaningless and bland, you wouldn't notice without them being spelled out on-screen. There's a good chance that some were written in a foreign language and translated poorly into English. Example: Caught on the downside, lost between the weight of lesser men. So lengthy to realize, you were better off where you began. Because your body, your body Is fleeting, is fleeting The chances, the chances Depleting, depleting You're lost in, you're lost in Your reasons, your reasons The movement is calling you in. You wanna shout it out. You wanna shout it out You wanna shout it out and by the sound of it, Well you wanna come back baby, wanna come back now. Out and by the sound of it again, You wanna shout it out. Taken aback love, by the silence hanging overhead. And still you can't realize, you were better off where you began. Because your chances, your chances Depleted, depleted The silence, the silence Is heated, is heated You lost him but found all your reasons, your reasons The movement is pulling you in.
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    Episode 221. The Hottie and the Nottie

    I've watched every film HDTGM has put before me, but this is the first time I've been mad about watching a movie for the podcast. This movie is just awful.
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    Episode 199 - A Night In Heaven: LIVE!

    Listening to the episode again after watching the film, and when they mention the idea of strip clubs in malls they make some jokes, but on Bellmore on Long Island, there's a strip club in a strip mall (too on the nose?) that hosts nights like Heaven (or at least they once did, as there are articles online about it.)
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    Episode 199 - A Night In Heaven: LIVE!

    Did you catch that in the airport, when Patsy returns to talk to LAW, she circles around behind her and ends up on her right? Who does that when having a conversation? My guess is that the actress considers that her best side, and she cheated to that side of there frame on purpose. The camera movement to get them in frame is hardly smooth. That whole conversation is insane, how she goes from sad to happy to a sudden “Bye!” And the line "I wait for him to tell me what to do, and if I don't he cuts me off, sometimes for months"? Wait for him to tell her to do what? And he cuts her off from what? Sex?
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    Episode 199 - A Night In Heaven: LIVE!

    I'd like to know how Slick got her name. That's not a name that usually gets attached to a girl. Hell, I want to know more about Slick in general. The victim of a movie with way too much going on and zero focus. Let's break down what we know of Slick: She's Tony's best friend's girlfriend She does commercials for a car dealer She has enough money to buy a decent car She's friendly with Rick's mom She has a sexy shower with Rick She frequents Heaven And I think that's it. What a waste. Instead, maybe Slick is the person who runs Heaven, and she's cultivating a stable of young studs, and is frustrated that Rick is losing his focus on dancing, which is affecting her cash flow. So she sets up the shower to get LAW out of the picture, and get Rick back on track, but her plan gets short-circuited by NASA Bike? But what would be nice to know is what happens to Rick, THE GUY WHO IS ON THE POSTER? He's left naked in a boat, with no resolution to his plotline.
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    Episode 199 - A Night In Heaven: LIVE!

    I believe it's a case of punctuation. When you're lyin' here in my arms, I'm findin' it hard to believe. We're in heaven.
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    Episode 199 - A Night In Heaven: LIVE!

    Watching this crazy movie, it's actually shot pretty well, but the editing is terrible, and the writing doesn't help either. I have to imagine the reason it's not available anywhere is the cost of licensing the music. In the first 30 minutes there are at least four major music cues. And I think there's a Letterman clip in there too.
  9. Just watched this movie, and holy cow. What was obviously intended as an attempt to make Dave Sheridan into a new Jim Carrey, this movie is rarely funny, but is rather insane, and has a cast of celebrity cameos bigger than a season of The Love Boat (from Scott Baio to Kevin Pollack to Emmanuel Lewis), along with the lead in an extended blackface scene and a remarkable amount of gay jokes. It is pretty stunning to watch. Plus it has Dolly Parton and Randy Quaid (in what looks to be the start of his insanity stretch. (I did a search but didn't find anything for this. I was rather surprised
  10. It would have made sense to give Cliff a Revenge of the Nerds-like plot to peep on a sorority house. Cliff was planning for a war we didn't know would be fought.
  11. Thus Lance saying "name" is what tipped off Ragnar that he was there under false pretenses, leading to the bug sweep. Never underestimate the mental acuity of Velvet von Ragnar.
  12. I get that, but that was three years earlier. That's a long time for something like that to gestate. If they were all jumping on a bandwagon, it took a long time. Maybe the zeitgeist worked differently back then.
  13. I completely expected him to say "Have mercy" at that point, and we find out that when Lance Stargrove gave up the spy business, he moved to San Francisco, changed his name and started a band.
  14. Yeah, I knew he was a bad guy from the way the camera lingered, but I didn't realize it was Ragnar until he said he's close. Then it was obvious. Similarly, I had no idea that Ragnar was Simmons until I saw the tongue and looked up the cast,
  15. Watching this film, it struck me that If John Stamos at some point doesn't play Zac Efron's dad (if he hasn't already) it will be a true shame.