Sean Conroy (“The Long Shot Podcast,” writer “Mr. Pickles”) and I talk about the #1 movie of the weekend, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.” It’s filled with spoilers and mispronunciation. Listen to me call “apes,” “monkeys.”
We talk about the incredible CGI, the interesting plot and the old school sexism.
Sean and I know each other from our stand up days in the go-go 90’s. Please vote on the over under on when Sean Conroy will buy my first child a gift. The over/under is two years.
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Is announcer Shadoe Stevens the new Rambo? Would George Lucas let a 50 seat theater do a live version of “Star Wars?” First we talk about “Traxx” the comedy/action film that’s on the top of our all time best/worst. Stevens plays a mercenary who just wants to make cookies. Then we talk to director of “Star Wars Live” an authorized stage version of the movie that started it all.
Take the #1 comedian, a super hot actress, every movie cliche, fat jokes, ball biting penguins and then over-cooked (no pun intended). Adam Felber (NPR) and actress Judith Benezra join host Adam Spiegelman finding the unintentional funniest scenes.
This film is about sex, so there’s frank talk about sex. Basically, if you are a teenager, hide this from your parents. If you are a parent and you are driving with the kids in the car with this on, turn it off. It’s about to get real awkward, real quick.
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We discuss and go behind the scenes of “Pluto Nash” w/ one of it’s stars, Victor Varnardo. Victor tells us tales of excess, nepotism, pampered celebs, sleeping w/ half of Canada and putting Tron toys up ones butt. Wait, nepotism in the movies?
Adam Felber (Real Time with Bill Maher) and Adam Spiegelman (proudlyresents.com) torture their pal by recounting the best (worst) parts of the film.
This movie is a lot of fun to watch and yell at.
Rotten Tomatoes called this film the worst Eddie Murphy Movie of all time. And he made “Golden Child.”
CHECK THIS! If you can send in a good movie with “The Adventures of…” in the title we will send you a signed copy of “Pluto Nash.” Details in the show.
Listen to Felber and I talk about “Good Luck Chuck.”