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    The Mirror Has Two Faces

    Have to bump this. Jeff Bridges plays a character who loses his ability function as a human being when he gets horny.
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    The Mirror Has Two Faces

    I think Jason's thoughts alone on this movie could fill an entire podcast. The plot is essentially Jeff Bridges telling Barbra Streisand he'll marry her, but only if she keeps her gross vagina away from him. Its a pretty terrible movie. http://www.rottentom..._has_two_faces/
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    Yentl (1983)

    Babs as a young Talmudic schoolboy is akin to Martin Short playing a 12 year old boy in Clifford in terms of outright insanity.
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    Sudden Death (1995)

    It really does just look like a shot for shot remake of the first movie. They even have the exact same setup with the family being held hostage in a luxury box like Powers Boothe did in the first.
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    3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (1998)

    Honestly out of all of them, this one is the most watchable for me. Jim Varney and Hulk Hogan are both turning in earnest (no pun intended) efforts into their roles and as a result actually set it above the last three movies. This was also an era where any character that was shown to have even the most mild proficiency with computers gave them the expertise they needed to hack into anything.
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    3 Ninjas: Kick Back (1994)

    I kind of feel like if they ever tackle one of these movies it should either be this one or the one with Jim Varney. But I remember this movie and its sequel confusing the shit out of me as a kid. This movie was released as the sequel to the first movie despite the fact that it was actually the third one filmed and with a different actor in the role of Rocky. So when they released the third one not only was it still the original cast but they were also noticeably younger than they were in the movie that had been released the year before. It's also kind of a trip that this movie was the third installment but easily had the largest budget of the three.
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    My Life in Ruins (2009)

    Dreyfuss should have stayed retired after Poseidon. It's kind of understandable to see how this movie wasnt able to achieve the same level of success as My Big Fat Greek Wedding, instead of writing her material from scratch it looks like she punched up a script based on someone else's experiences.
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    Lost in Space (1998)

    The helmet vfx to this day remains incredibly impressive. It's hard to decide which Friend had the best non-Friends project. Courtney Cox has an early role in Ace Ventura, but Episodes was awesome and Romy and Michelle's High School reunion is legitimately one of all time favorite movies. I would watch the Pallbearer over anything Matthew Perry has ever done though.
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    Volcano (1997)

    I've been back and forth on these two movies and i'm of the opinion that Volcano was the all around better movie in terms of action and just being in downtown LA gave it a more heightened sense of urgency. But I think both Linda Hamilton and Pierce Brosnan were infinitely better in their lead roles than Tommy Lee Jones and Anne Heche were respectively. Dante's Peak also did a much better job rounding out the rest of the cast a bit more. Don Cheadle is the only other character from Volcano I can remember. Dante's Peak had a bit more of solid ensemble with Grant Heslov, Tzi Ma, etc.
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    PCU (1994)

    Switch out Gene Hackman for Samuel L. Jackson and thats a solid thesis.
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    Black Dog (1998)

    Randy Travis tries so goddamn hard in this movie its hard to fault him. Also reading the wiki made me remember that Swayze's backstory was that he hallucinated a black dog before demolishing a driver and their passenger on the side of the road. So at the end were supposed to be cheering on the fact that the FBI gave him back his license as a reward despite the fact that one of the few things we know about this character is that he imagines dogs in the moments before he's about to commit vehicular manslaughter.
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    Ricochet (1991)

    Bar none one of favorite movies of all time. Another Lithgow movie, and this is easily one of his better villain roles. I really dont know how to describe it, but at a certain point in the movie John Lithgow forcibly gives Denzel Washington an STD, if that isnt reason enough to see a movie I dont know what is.
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    Ricochet (1991)

    It's impossible for me to say which part of his plan of is my favorite, but another particular highlight is the sequence where Lithgow uses a disguise to trick his way into Denzel's house while his children are with a babysitter. Where he somehow charms them all into drinking hot chocolate he's drugged with sleeping medication so he can take a video of him pantomiming that he's going to axe them all while theyre all passed out, but doesnt and just leaves.
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    Ricochet (1991)

    The reason I love this movie so much is how it takes the classic villain trope of "it would be too easy to just kill him" and runs with it to such absurd lengths. The complexity and execution of Lithgow's plan is absolute insanity. It's to the point that towards the end of the movie, he believes that he has pushed Denzel so far over the edge that Denzel is threatening to kill himself and he couldnt have been more horrified because he had even more elaborate nonsense in store for him.
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    Puppet Master (1989)

    Dont care which one they're all nuts, but why not start with the first one. I think its a pretty solid toe in the water for the insanity that is the Blue Moon entertainment catalog of terrible movies.
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    Puppet Master (1989)

    Have to bump this. How in gods name have they covered half of the catalog of Cannon Films, but havent covered a single movie from Full Moon Studios? Puppet Master, Prehysteria, The Dollman franchise, Shrunken Heads etc. They even have a knock-off Doctor Strange movie with Jeffrey Combs.
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    Artemis Fowl (2020)

    Between this John Carter, and a Wrinkle in Time i'm feeling like Disney should maybe take a break on adapting bonkers children books.
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    Debate: Worst HDTGM cops

    The cops in Jingle All the Way let Arnold and SInbad rampage across an entire city culminating in them taking over an entire parade, endangering countless lives with that amazingly functional jetpack.
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    Rambo: Last Blood (2019)

    Its amazing how large his head has grown over the years.
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    Ordinary Magic (1993)

    I was more than a little sad that he didnt reference this movie at any point during Deadpool 1 or 2
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    Ordinary Magic (1993)

    Took me forever to remember the name of this, I'd completely forgotten that Ryan Reynolds was the kid. Get ready for some very questionable accent work.
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    The Chase (1994)

    Kristy Swanson came into my restaurant a few years back, wearing a baseball cap to hide her identity. The only issue was no one remembered/gave a shit who she was, so it was an entirely pointless. She kept asking people for cigarettes hoping someone would recognize her.
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    Daylight (1996)

    As much as I like Nic Cage, I think they definitely made the right choice. Stallone is decent in this while at the same time being the most absurd casting for a cab driver ive seen in some time.
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    A Sound of Thunder (2005)

    Thank god. As fucking terrible as this movie is at least Ben Kingsley was a bit of life, Edward Burns has negative charisma in this movie. He somehow manages to be one of the worst aspects of a movie that has laughable visual effects, a ludicrous script and Ben Kingsley's fucking awful wig.
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    Episode 232 — The Adventures of Pinocchio: LIVE!

    The dude that wrote that book came into my restaurant one night and proceeded to drink enough wine where he ended up passing out at his table for multiple hours. So he absolutely lived up to Giamatti's portrayal of him in that movie.