Wednesday, April 27, 2016

F This Movie! - Addicted to Snoke

Patrick and Doug talk superhero TV, what movies to show kids and threesomes. Always threesomes.



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Also discussed this episode: Wild Things (1998), Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (1989), The Magnificent Seven (1960), Ricki and the Flash (2015), Welcome to Leith (2015), Fantastic Lies (2016), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

20 comments:

  1. Based on your description, Entourage should be retitled "The Colin Trevorrow Story."

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  2. Back to the Future IV

    1485: Battle of Bosworth Field - Marty McFly's forces defeat English King Bifford III during the last battle in the Wars of the Roses.

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  3. That Minecraft, man. I never thought there would be a game that I didn't get. Is it a game? My son is also 7 and he is obsessed with it. He watches more youtube videos on it then he actually plays it. I've tried many times to play and understand and I just can't. Sorry, son...I have failed you...

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    1. What do you not get about minecraft? You build stuff. It is virtual legos.

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  4. That 30 for 30 about Steve Bartman, "Catching Hell" was one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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  5. Loved your discussion about watching movies with kids. I'm in a similar situation with my 4 year old, and I definitely agree that even the Disney animated films have some heavy stuff in them.

    Then again, I'm the right age that I grew up watching Don Bluth-created nightmarish cartoons like The Secret of NIMH (and loving them). I revisited that one recently, and MAN...

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  6. Got me thinking about Drop Dead Fred, this is a great one to watch with your son Patrick. You need to add it to your seen it list, and I think you would enjoy it more that way with lots of popcorn and poop jokes, that is the way to watch that movie...

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  7. There were three TV-movies of Captain America. One with Matt Salinger and two with Reb Brown. One of the Reb Brown films co-starred Christopher Lee - six years before "The Howling II" so Lee couldn't claim he didn't know what he was getting into on that front.
    There was also a "Dr. Strange" movie in the 1970's. It's on You Tube but I haven't watched it yet. Frank Conniff of MST3K says they wanted it for the series but they couldn't get the rights.

    Doug...sure there's only jokes and dumb things on comment sections on the internet. What's the point of trying to say anything intelligent? It's either made fun of or ignored. Or worse if you're a female.

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    1. I'm so glad the internet has not found us yet, we get the odd spam but that's gets quickly deleted, I love reading all the comments on here, and I would never ignore yours Kathy. ;)

      Anyone who references Howling 2 is in my cool books...

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    2. You got me thinking. When JK Rowling wrote under a Pseudo name after the Potter stuff she chose Robert Galbriath, did she choose a male not female pseudo name because of your comment? She could of easily choose a female one? Not something I have ever thought about but made wonder...

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    3. Really good point! And they fact she's J.K not Joanne. Werid rule in kids books that girls write for girls and boys write for boys. Don't get me started on the werid gender rules in crime fiction.

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    4. Even better, I never clicked with the JK reference. This goes back to Kathys point, something is definitely going on

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    5. Kathy you did have a really good point :)

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    6. Actually everyone on this site is really smart, and makes insanely good points.

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  8. This podcast... so great. Can we ever have an 'F Everything' episode with Riske? Don't get me wrong, I love Doug. But it would different and so much fun.

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  9. Loved having the band back together! The whole FThisMovie crew is great but this week was like early day awesomeness. (Was bit bit down that day and you made it better). Doug and PB got great chemistry and the departure to TV superhero talk worked for me. May we all not fatigue. Thanks

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  10. D- i am so glad you discovered westerns...if you are interested in tasting some more...follow Jimmy Stewart...watch Anthony Mann, Delmer Daves and Budd Boetticher...directors whose westerns can be still be watched unironically

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    1. Thanks for the recommendations!

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