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  1. mutantchaos

    Episode 9 — Hollywood Bowl

    Man, I don't want to read this whole thread, I'm sure it's mentioned: I think it's insanely cool for H.W. to talk about getting sober. So much media is telling you that you have to party to participate in culture. IDK, I don't want to s ound like an after school special but I went through a lot of the same stuff and I appreciate hearing people open up about it. I don't remember his exact quote but "Some people can drink and they're fine, but other people don't get to do it"
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    Blank Check (1994)

    And the scarface scene where he's staring at his wall of tvs that are fuzzy, realizing his empire is crumpling.
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    Episode 86 — Ernest Goes To Jail

    this episode ruled. I have to say, though, I loved this movie when I was 6 years old. Rewatching it in preperation I could totally see how a 6 year old would love this Looney Tunes nonsense. Rewatching a lot of things from the 1990's, like the Animaniacs, a lot of bad writing uses old Hollywood references that children would never possibly get. It's parody of specific movies and actors that does not work at all because the reference is supposed to be a joke just because it's a reference, like a Family Guy gag. This is done much better by parodying a broad genre such as Children's Hospital or NTSF:SD:SUV or Burning Love The podcassters did a great job sorting out the logic, or lack there of.
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    Blank Check (1994)

    Do this movie! It's INSANE watching it as an adult how cruel his parents and brothers are. The sequences of him not having enough money are so sad and crazy.
  5. yeah, right. The 80's were all about product placement. Transformers: The Movie "check out all the new toys". Halloween III stands for "3 new costumes" I'm new to the internet, it didn't occur to me to google that.
  6. Do you think the commercials with in the movie are just actual commercials for the audience? Like the Michael Meyer's masks were and still are very popular were they looking for a new line of masks to sell in association with this movie? Children of the 80's: did they actually sell these masks? IRL?
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    The Stuff (1985)

    I believe this is on Netflix still. The main character is a poorly executed "James Bond/Roger Moore" type who cracks bad jokes as he unravels an international mystery involving a food that seems pretty similar to Marshmallow Fluff. Their is a young boy character (for the kids!) who is seriously the worst child actor in the entire world. His character seems to be the only person in America who is suspicious of The Stuff. The biggest name in the movie is Garret Morris. He is supposed to be a famous Kung Fu master or something but obviously has no real life talent at this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uE6Z1nBqLwo
  8. Watch the first ten minutes of this on Youtube, it is absolutely bonkers. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaHAzB6j6aM I actually love Jackie Chan movies before he started making them in America. All of his movies are structured with a thin plot that allows him to do stunt work and slapstick, but the plot of this movie is put together with duct tape. "Television journalist Diana (Gabrielle Fitzpatrick) manages to record footage of a cocaine deal gone wrong, between the Italian mob and a street gang known as the Demons. The footage shows mob boss Giancarlo (Richard Norton) killing the Demon's leader. Diana's partner is captured and she bumps into TV chef Jackie (Jackie Chan), who helps her escape from the gangsters. Diana later accidentally switches the videotape of the drug trade with one of Jackie's cooking videos from a box of tapes. The mob, knowing that the tape is still out there, tracks Diana down to her home to force her to give them the tape."
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    Episode 16 — The Smurfs

    The scene where the Smurfs go to get the sonogram with her should feature a second musical number where they enter her uterus like a cave in an Indiana Jones movie (a literal torch would fit the movies tone!!). They proceed to dance with the fetus who is essentially a human at smurf scale. In fact, the movie should have ended in this moment. love, ryan