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    EPISODE 124 - Hackers

    I'm glad somebody else noticed that Marc Anthony was in this movie. Before re-watching it again last night, I hadn't seen this movie in nine years(which I saw in my HS freshman CS class). I was shocked he was in it. I'm pretty sure this was his first acting gig. Anyways, about the character he played, why didn't they give him any more to do? He thought that the 'Hacker Manifesto' was cool AND was seen dancing(and possibly tripping on E?) at Acid Burn's party. Was he secretly a hacker as well? It would have been interesting to have a scene where he discreetly meets up with the other hackers and forms a secret alliance with them. Instead, he essentially disappears after the party scene only to be a background character during the climax of the movie. Also, this movie was obsessed with those round lens sunglasses that automatically make anybody wearing them into a hhhuuugggeee douche.
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    Guests I'd Love To Hear of HDTGM

    They still haven't had the Sklarbros do an episode. What I wouldn't give to hear them and June/Paul/Jason do JCVD's Sudden Death.
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    Havoc (2005) and Black and White (1999)

    Teenage me sought Havoc out specifically to get a glimpse of Anne Hathaway boobs. I was not disappointed. The movie itself though is bananas and that ending scene with Anne's friend at that party...jesus.
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    Volcano (1997)

    I would love to see them do this movie. It's just so fucking insane. They should do a live "Volcano" themed show and do Dante's Peak as well.
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    My "The Room" Story

    Honesty, those songs sounded like the generic, bland R&B songs from albums you never heard of in the 99 cents bin at Pic-n-Save.
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    Episode 94.5 — Minisode 94.5

    I just saw this movie. All I've got to say is: WHAT THE FUCK TYLER PERRY?!?!?!?!?!?!? Are you kidding me with this movie? How was this even allowed to be released in theatres? This movie is just beyond offensive to all the senses. I seriously can not believe that in this day and age, some movie exec said, "You know what? Let's release this movie in theatres." Man...just fucking hell. Although, I've got to say, that the protagonist on coke in the second half of the movie was hilarious to me. She was just bad at trying to portray that she had been on a crazy coke bender. Also, I think the reason behind Vanessa Williams accent was that she had just seen the Room before the filming of this movie; was just trying to do her best Tommy Wiseau impression. Finally, did anybody else notice original husband's Incredible Hulk rage strength throughout the movie?
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    YES! You sir, are awesome. Thank you for this.
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    Episode 89 — Gooby

    The trio and Nathan really hit every nail on the head as far as all the bat-shit crazy stuff I saw in the film was concerned. I also agree with Jason that if Gooby was revealed to be a manifestation of three generations of father-son child molestation, this would be the greatest film ever made. Speaking of Jason, it caught my attention that he was shocked that the main demo for this movie according to Amazon turned out to be middle aged men and women. I can actually vouch for this phenomenon. My mother and father are 55 and 59, respectively. They both love shitty, dumbass kids movies and it's one of the few things now-a-days that actually brings them together to sit down for more than 10 minutes before some type of argument can begin. It's completely mind-boggling as to why this happens, but I'm not shocked that the prime demo for Gooby turned out to be middle aged adults.
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    ^ Hahahaha...awesome. With that said though, I'd also like to see a : "What is Gyooby?" June memezoukas made as well.
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    Episode 88.5 — Minisode 88.5

    Of Gooby? Why would your library do that?
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    Which Movies Does HDTGM Absolutely Need To Review?

    I sincerely hope they watch and review the entire "Trapped in the Closet" saga. Everything about it is just tailor-made for HDTGM. Not to mention that R. Kelly is fucking crazy; would only add to the amazing discussions they could have if they ever reviewed it.
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    Episode 88.5 — Minisode 88.5

    I also saw the movie a few days ago for the first time. I actually had heard of Gooby as of a few years ago since The Flophouse did an episode on Gooby but was too lazy to watch it and just listened to their podcast. Seeing as though it's been two years since they released that episode, I had forgotten what they had talked about and didn't know what to expect when I saw the film. Not that anybody cares too much, but here are some of my thoughts on the movie: - Let's just get this out of the way: Gooby molested the little boy, right? Their relationship was just a bit too friendly(I'll explain in an upcoming point) for it just to be best pals messing about. Well, to me, anyways. -Also, this kid has some serious psychological problems at the beginning of this film, right? I mean, the two-headed monsters thing, to essentially behaving like a 5 year old when he and his family moved out of their old home, to his weird, poorly drawn(for an 11 year old, anyway) imaginary spaceships. It just seemed odd. - Willie's Dad was JAG, right? - I think this point supports my first one. When Willie and Gooby split off in the middle of the film, did anybody else get the feeling that it was like a couple breaking up? First, they have this giant argument and then they go their separate ways. Then, (if I'm remembering correctly), there's like this montage of Willie and Gooby palling around and then Willie is essentially begging for Gooby to come back. Finally, when they do regroup, Willie is like the girlfriend in an abusive relationship, where he's a bit too grateful for Gooby coming back and is begging him never to leave his side. It was all just very strange. - I hated the Eugue Levy character. It was all just terrible. -I also feel like this movie didn't know whether to treat Gooby as either visible to everybody or only Willie. I could go on forever, but suffice to say, this movie is fucking bat-shit insane on so many levels.
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    Driven (2001)

    I really hope Paul, June, and Jason review this movie because this could be the film that could secure Sly Stallone into the annals of HDTGM history a la Nic Cage. Anyways, in case you haven't seen this movie, this is basically Sylvester Stallone's (and Renny Harlin's) piss poor ode to the world of open wheel auto racing. I won't give away the plot(you can watch it or wikipedia it, whatever), but this move has some of the most next level bonkers insane physics I've ever seen in a movie. Not only that, but you have god awful CGI(even for 2001), ridiculous dialogue, a nonsensical plot and the bane of every sports movie: cameos by athletes who don't know how to act. Oh, I almost forgot, Burt Reynolds being Burt Reynolds...but this time in a wheelchair!* *fun fact: His character is based on F1 legend and team owner Frank Williams Even if you haven't seen the movie, I think this behind the scenes mini-documentary gives you a taste of what to expect if you do end up watching it: As a person who appreciates and is a fan of bad movies, this movie is fucking incredible. However, as an engineering student and a life-long fan of racing, this movie makes me want to eviscerate Stallone and Harlin for doing such a pathetic job of capturing American open-wheel racing and the science behind it. Not only that, but you could argue that this movie had a very small part in killing off whatever shred of credibility and popularity CART, America's primary open-wheel racing series from 1979-1996, had left by 2001 since the movie was essentially a giant commercial for the series and the series itself was hoping that the movie would make them hip again to American Motorsports fans. To make a long story short, it did not.* *fun fact # 2: The series changed it's name to the Champ Car World Series a few years after this movie came out and by 2008 ceased to be due to bankruptcy. The series ended up folding into the Indy Racing League which eventually became what is now known as Indycar. Anyways, sorry for ranting about this movie, but, yeah, I'd love to see the HDTGM trio + guest lay into this shit fest. Also, sorry for all the boring real life facts about open wheel racing in the US. Can you tell I like Indycars?
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    Episode 68 — Over The Top: LIVE!

    Yeah, I don't remember any one of them mentioning that. As soon as I saw that scene, I said to myself, "If this movie weren't taking place in bizarro world, this movie ends right now and Stallone is going to jail for at least 10 years."
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    Sudden Death (1995)

    This movie is tailored made for me. It's got 90s hockey, it's got JCVD still in his prime, and it's got JCVD fighting a goddamn mascot. If the HDTGM trio ever get the Sklar bros. on, I want them to do this movie to fill in all the sports gaps that June, Paul, and Jason might not touch on.