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    My Super Ex-Girlfriend (2006)

    I enjoyed this movie. As with most comedies it is unbalanced but there is funny stuff in here. Generally this show stays away from comedies because everyone's comedic tastes vary.
  2. Is this episode worth listening to? I will donate to hear it but only if it entertaining. I have listened to every episode so far but with all shows some episodes are stronger than others. Any reactions to this episode?
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    Episode 247 - 2:22 (Live in Portland)

    You do not go far enough back, they tried to upgrade the systems in the 90's as confirmed by this article: https://reason.org/commentary/time-to-get-u-s-air-traffic-control-out-of-the-1960s/ So we are still stuck in 1960's tech despite other countries having working systems. I remember news stories on this failure to convert to modern technology in the 90's.
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    Episode 247 - 2:22 (Live in Portland)

    You are assuming he wants to be with Sarah. If he feels trapped and realized that he made a horrible decision but cannot actually divorce/leave her he could become a pilot in order to cheat on her when he is away.
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    Episode 247 - 2:22 (Live in Portland)

    Or even compare this to Hancock in that sense.
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    Episode 247 - 2:22 (Live in Portland)

    How could Jason, Paul, and June not realize the twist in the plot? I love you guys but i was surprised none of you three figured it out. Here are the clues i picked up on: the beginning we see the murder in Grand Central Station but never see faces only bodies and the gun. Clearly they wanted us to not know who those people were. (Which turne dout to be a red herring since it was not the same actors playing those three characters.) Dylan and Sarah have the same birthday in 1987. Sarah and Jonas were previously a couple. When Dylan visits the sister who explains the murder love triangle happened 30 years ago it became obvious to me what the twist would be. At that point the little interest i had in the film was gone and I started playing on my phone while watching the movie. @Cameron H. i love that you keep the Jason twitter joke going. I wish they would occasionally bring it up in the show.
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    Episode 247 - 2:22 (Live in Portland)

    Did anyone else notice when Dylan first walks up to Sarah in the bar, she asks if he wants to get out of here. He says yes. Cut scene to a bar. But weren't they just at a bar? If I say i want to get out of here it is because i need a change of scenery but they simply switched bars. Maybe the first place was a restaurant but it definitely had a full bar and therefore i was confounded on their choice. I was expecting them to go to a park or someones apartment, not another bar. Second did anyone else notice that the police did not give a f*** about Dylan when he was dying on the floor of Grand Central Station. Only two cops were shown hovering over Jonas but they were no longer securing the scene, they instead appeared to be talking oblivious to the dying person. Does this mean the final scene of Dylan as a pilot never happened because Dylan bleed out ( not from a gun shot wound but) from the apathy of first responders.
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    Lone Wolf McQuade (1983)

    I am sold on this movie from the title alone! How did i miss this gem in the 80's?
  9. great movie here and it would make a great episode. Also there is a reboot in the works https://collider.com/dont-tell-mom-the-babysitters-dead-remake/
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    Dead Heat (1988)

    Lame, it is no longer on netflix! Why wouldn't it still be available 6 years later?
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    Dead Heat (1988)

    I enjoyed this movie when it came out because i was a kid without discerning tastes. I want to rewatch it...now.
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    Episode 246 - Swordfish: LIVE!

    I rewatched this movie and have questions. 1. Why wasn't Hugh Jackman charged with murder at the end. Just because he was a hostage, which the police may not believe since he did not have a C4 vest and went to the coffee shop with Travolta, but that does not give him the right to commit murder. Is that the best course of action for him to get his daughter back, by killing criminals. Further we saw the rush of people and cops in the building the bus landed one. I speculate there is a a good chance Hugh Jackman took out at least one innocent bystander when the helicopter comes crashing down into the side of a building and/or on the street below. 2. When John Travolta's goons kill Torvalds (the original hired hacker) at the airport police station how come they never got caught. A secure area of the airport and the goons kill him in cold blood but we never see anyone attempt to find and arrest the goons responsible. They were literally less than 50 feet away from Don Cheadle! For the record I own this movie on bluray. It was part of an offer when I bought my PS3 and got 5 movies for free. Of the r choices this may have been the most entertaining. I also got Stir of Echoes, Wild Hogs (with Travolta), Flight of the Phoenix, and The Patriot.
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    Episode 246 - Swordfish: LIVE!

    Funny but after listening to the scene where Hugh Jackman falls down the cliffside i thought the music was very similar to the Matrix. Both movies are from Warner Bros and Swordfish already lifted the 360 camera technique from The Matrix. When i saw this in theaters i thought all directors were going to over use this technique. I cannot think of another movie that mimic this.
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    The Peanut Butter Solution (1985)

    Thank you, i never did rent it. I don't have Amazon Prime and youtube is really hard to find where to rent it on my PC as i originally saw it on my TV app. Now i can watch it and it is not the crappy free version on youtube.