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“The Disaster Artist” The Real Sandy Schklair

 

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“Samurai Cop” Matt Hannon: The Next Tommy Wiseau?

Matt Hannon went from being Sylvester Stallone’s bodyguard to movie star in just 27 years.

In 2004, a film canister containing an unreleased 1991 movie was discovered in storage. The buddy film “Samurai Cop” was plagued with terrible dialogue, bad acting, and questionable continuity. Scenes from the movie went viral which was followed by sold-out midnight screenings across the nation.

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Top 5 Movie Stars with Christmas Misses

 

Mike Spiegelman tackles the top 5 worst Christmas movies made by major movie stars.

5. Robin Williams – Toys (1992) – Let’s begin twenty years ago when the creative force behind Good Morning, Vietnam (1987) released a Christmas movie. Director Barry Levinson and the late actor Robin Williams whipped up an original trailer where Williams riffed in costume and on set. The production looked mismatched and detached, Williams ranted on, but at least the trailer was 3 minutes long. The actual film departed from Levinson’s grounded family stories into a fairy tale about a toy factory threatened by the military. Williams runs the factory, his brother is LL Cool J, his love interested is factory drone Robyn Wrigh , and he drinks Pepsi Cola. The sets, despite their oversized parameters and bright colors, dull the action, even when there are explosions and floods in the final reel. Trevor Horn of the Buggles wrote the music, including holiday tunes that no one’s ever heard, which is ridiculous because, as Americans, we’ve heard every holiday tune ever recorded. Williams and Levinson later redeemed themselves when they made the even more insufferable Man of the Year (2006).

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Before “LA LA Land” there was “Hollywood Musical!”

Before “LA LA Land” didn’t win the Oscar, there was another musical about making it in Hollywood that didn’t deserve any awards. “Hollywood Musical!” came out two, maybe ten years before “LA LA” landed in theaters. Today is a rare solo show. Ok, the only one. It’s my one time doing it alone. So listen on 1.5 speed. Or even 2X. It will sound fine.
This is also a rare show where I shit on a movie. It’s a dull, out of focus movie with a couple of sharp performances from Dee Ann Newkirk and Angela Pupello.

After thoughts:

This was recorded way before “La La Land” came out.  But I put it on hold b/c I thought it was too mean and didn’t like that it was just me. So I’m putting it out now with little or no fanfare and just a core people listening to the show. I have another episode I was afraid to post. I might do that next. Plus, remastering old episodes that are no longer on itunes and/or need help with audio (AKA – sounded like shit)

Thanks to everyone who stayed with the show and thanks for your support.

Here are real Amazon reviews of “Hollywood Musical!”

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“The Fate of The Furious” review with @SeanConroy

“The Fate of The Furious” review with @SeanConroy

“The Fate of the Furious!” Sean Conroy and I review the 8th “Fast and Furious” movie! If you love hearing people talk about family and have BBQ’s, this is the movie series for you! Sean and I went to the Thursday night screening.

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Is Tommy Wiseau Scared of Rick Harper?

“The Room” is fully exposed in Rick Harper’s doc “Room Full of Spoons.”

 

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bout the legal feud with Tommy, their strange friendship, where Tommy is actually from, how much work did it take to find his home town, and what Rick thinks of James Franco’s new movie “The Masterpiece.”

RICK REVEALS WHERE TOMMY IS FROM!

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“Air-Raid” No More. Aaron Roden is a Quitter!

Air-Raid is no more.  Today I’m talking to podcaster Aaron Roden. For the past 5 years Aaron was the host of “Air­-raid.” a super cool music interview show out of Seattle.

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