Gavin is everybody's All-American. Then he enters the NFL draft and begins his career for the struggling Redskins. He quickly discovers that even the strongest love for the game won't translate into success. It's Dennis Quaid, Jessica Lange, Timothy Hutton and John Goodman in Everybody's All-American.
Everybody's All-American background/trailer [5:32]
Everybody's All-American discussion [12:11]
Wrap-up & Next Episodes [50:11]
Ah. Well… we attended Juilliard… we’re graduates of the Harvard business school. We podcast quite extensively. We’ve lived through the Black Plague and had a pretty good time during that. John’s seen the EXORCIST ABOUT A HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN TIMES, AND IT KEEPS GETTING FUNNIER EVERY SINGLE TIME HE SEES IT… NOT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT YOU’RE TALKING TO A COUPLE OF DEAD GUYS… NOW WHAT DO YOU THINK? You think we’re qualified?
Yeah… it’s Beetlejuice. Beetlejuice. Beetleju…
Pat finally saw Avengers: Infinity War [5:39]
Beetlejuice discussion [21:50]
Wrap-up & Next Episodes [1:18:20]
Your reality is lies and balderdash... but we feel like we've got a grasp on the final film of Terry Gilliam's "Imagination" trilogy: The Adventures of Baron Munchausen.
And don't worry. We will silence those enemy cannons. It's Wednesday, after all.
Shoutouts and New Movie News [0:00]
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen Background info & trailer [10:37]
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen discussion [23:08]
Wrap-up & Next Episodes [51:54]
Sometimes our podcast gets confused with ones that talk about the 80s TV series "thirtysomething," but see, we've got this little misunderstanding. That's "thirtysomething" and we're "30something." They talk about a TV show... we talk about movies you probably watched on TV.
And our buns have no seeds.
Coming to America.
Intro & The Great Outdoors follow-up [0:00]
Incredibles 2 [4:09]
Val Kilmer back as "Iceman" in Top Gun 2 [11:09]
Coming to America Background info & trailer [13:15]
Coming to America discussion [25:07]
Wrap-up & Next Episodes [1:12:30]
Eddie Murphy in the "White Like Me" SNL skit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_LeJfn_qW0
Chet Ripley just wants to have a nice time with his family in their lakeside cabin. When his yuppie brother-in-law, Roman, shows up that plan goes out the window. Chet will spend the rest of his vacation just trying to survive, whether we're talking water skis, bears, or 96 oz steaks. It's The Great Outdoors!
Star Wars fan problems [7:54]
New Movie News [20:35]
The Great Outdoors Background info & trailer [30:20]
The Great Outdoors discussion [35:43]
Wrap-up & Next Episodes [1:08:34]
The Newcomers have landed and are integrating into our society, but these visitors from another world are not always welcome. Sykes — a human cop — has just been paired up with the first Newcomer detective, Sam Francisco. Together they need to solve a mystery surrounding a Newcomer conspiracy and a dangerous alien drug that will threaten the delicate relationship between humans and Newcomers.
The Land of DQ, The Rain, Deadwood, and Cobra Kai [0:00]
Alien Nation Background info & trailer [11:56]
Alien Nation discussion [22:15]
Wrap-up & Next Episodes [52:25]
Paranoia has gripped New York City as a killer is on the loose. But who can save you when the killer appears to be a cop? John and Pat debate whether or not a movie like Maniac Cop can have any redeeming social commentary… or is it just an exploitation film?
Possible Willow sequel? Zombieland 2 is coming [0:00]
Background info & trailer [11:27]
Maniac Cop discussion [18:36]
Wrap-up & Next Episodes [44:50]
Solo: A Star Wars Story has had a rocky history over the last year. Some believed it wasn't needed. Some believed it was never going to happen. Directors were swapped and no footage was shown for months. Now that it's here... what do we think?
1. Intro; Solo background info/trailer [0:00]
2. Solo discussion [8:41]
3. What's Next? — Boba Fett, Lando, or Obi-Wan [1:15:30]
4. Wrap-up [1:22:10]
When East Meets West, the Champion remains standing... oops, sorry. That's Rocky IV. This time around, it's less about boxing and more about bridging the cultural and political divide to track down one of the Soviet Union's most dangerous criminals who is loose on the streets of Chicago. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jim Belushi star in RED HEAT.
Greeting & "Should Netflix and other streaming services' movies be eligible for Oscars?" [0:00]
Background info & trailer [13:28]
Red Heat discussion [19:00]
Wrap-up & Next Episodes [41:00]