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    Episode 38 — Bad Ass

    I loved this interview with Danny. It is awesome to hear that a dude so intimidating on the screen is really a big ol' Teddy Bear who loves the craft and loves helping others. Danny, we love you. Up next, HDTGM ... interview this guy: The guy on the left, not the one on the right. Although, if you want to interview me (the one on the right), I'll have my people call your people.
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    Episode 39 — Godzilla

    You know what's messed up? In my memory of this film, the only thing I liked was that Kathy Griffin--who I can't stand--seemed kind of sexy as the cute, quirky redhead scientist (and realization that I found KG attractive made me sick to my stomach). Then I rechecked the cast and realized that Kathy Griffin wasn't in 'Godzilla' ... it was Vicki Lewis as the cute, quirky redhead scientist. Thank God! But that's how awful this movie is ...
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    Howard the Duck

    The only thing worse than paying money to see this flick in a theater (which I did) ... is seeing it on a date with a stupid girl who thought it was the funniest thing ever and could not stop laughing. When Howard started playing guitar at the end, I thought she was going to wet herself.
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    Con Air.

    Are you kidding? This movie is way to awesome to be lumped in with movies like Godzilla and Speed 2. This is the ultimate in testosterone, and I have to watch it at least once a year to remind myself that I am a man. Great flick, and in no way does it beg the question of "How did this get made?"
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    Nine Deaths of the Ninja

    Has anyone seen this? Why is it not getting bad movie love here? Sho Kosugi in his only dubbed role. Blackie Dammett, father of Anthony Keadis (of the Red Hot Chili Peppers) as a blantantly gay Nazi in a wheelchair with a pet monkey. Brett Huff (of the old Buddy Levi Jeans commercials) standing idly by and grinning whenever Sho gets jiggy wit' it. Indian tennis pro Vijay Armritraj (who costarred in the awful Bond film Octopussy) as both co-producer and starring as important bigwig Vijay Rankin. This movie is freaking awesome. Give the Nine Deaths some love, baby!