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  1. GregJ.Hansen

    Wrath of the Titans

    Oh man, that first clip reminded me of this fantastic 5 Second Film:
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    Monkeybone (2001)

    This movie is highly highly HIGHLY flawed, but I do own it, because I guess I have a soft spot for Brendan Frasier (Blast From the Past is a lot of fun, he plays dopey non-threatening hunk very well) and any animation directed by Henry Selick (who had previously overseen The Nightmare Before Christmas later went on to do Coraline). Plus, it's got some surprisingly great physical comedy c/o Chris Kattan, literally the only thing he's ever done that makes me laugh.
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    submit youtube clips for improv4humans

    Farewell speech from some VH1 reality show (Ton of Cash?) takes a turn for the... well, watch. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFZOgr4EE5M
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    Episode 131 — Tiny Hunk

    Not to be confused with a Bruce Vilanch.
  5. Did... did they just do a scene based on a FOOD SUGGESTION? My whole world-view has been shattered. Granted, the scene wound up having nothing to do with food, but still...
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    Episode 54.5 — Minisode 54.5

    I think Dreamcatcher also has the most activity out of all the movie suggestion threads on the forum, so there's that.
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    Submit clips here!

    Great write-up. My dad was one of those few adults aware of the show's existence, and we probably have a few episodes on dusty Betamax tapes somewhere. I know the show's theme song still lives in the back of my brain. Edit: and let it live on!
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    Space Jam (1996)

    In true internet fashion, the Quad City DJs song has been forcibly cross-pollinated with all manner of other geeky songs to create some truly marvelous chimeras.
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    Space Jam (1996)

    Fun fact: Warner Brothers never took down the original website for Space Jam. Copyright 1996!
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    Da Hip Hop Witch (2000)

    I was just reading Nathan Rabin's "My World of Flops" column about Blair Witch 2 and he mentioned this. Dare I actually shatter my Perfect Notion of it by watching it? Hmm...
  11. Can't wait for "Curb Your Thrones"!
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    Episode 196 — A Different Huelliverse

    It's enough to make a guy fly private!
  13. I did not think it would have, but the Hanna-Barbera ident invoked a physical response in me... I got chills, and I immediately saw that whirling star in my mind and for a fleeting moment I was seven years old again.
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    Guest suggestions

    Well, I've been rewatching Reno 911! and was delighted to find that Ryan Stiles appeared in one episode as an LA officer/acting coach visiting to help train the deputies to better carry out stings.
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    Jeff Q&A

    Patent trolls are pretty fucking awful, but moreso the patent system which allows this kind of shit. Hey gang, everybody better stop talking, cuz I hold the patent on arranging words in sequence as a means of expressing complex thoughts.
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    The Craft (1996)

    Damn posters are basically the same too! There is more than one way to stage four people.
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    The Craft (1996)

    Oh dang, what was the later movie that was basically this exact same thing but with hot dudes instead? That'd be a good double feature!
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    Episode 195 — Making the Snow Angel

    Whereas I've always been torn about Bjork, but I was fully on board for Frosty. Poor guy, being made of snow really messes with one's perception of time.
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    Episode 67 — White Women Wearing Hijabs

    I'm sensing potential for a spin-off podcast, "Yo, is This Rapist?"
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    Episode 5 — Analyze Fish

    I've heard that they were real. A fortunate coincidence which Spielberg eventually started deliberately adding to his other projects (like a good luck charm of sorts?) That's weird, though... every Blu-Ray player I've ever owned (all both of them) remembered where I was if I had to stop something mid-watch.