Adam Riske stops by the 18-hour F Breast Cancer! Podcast-a-thon so he and Patrick can name some of their favorite movies of 1990. Originally recorded and broadcast July 9, 2016.
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Great to hear as I missed it on the day. Fthismovie is the fucking best.ReplyDelete
I also really glade to hear this too! And Adam made a great point Ghost really did connect with kids, saw it when I was 9 (?), and fell in love with it, I made my parents and siblings rent it so many times, my house ended up having a ghost ban, they couldn't take it any more.ReplyDelete
About misery, the theme (not alcoholism like stephen king said, but a fan being angry at her favorite author) is still strangely of our time. With twitter and everything. People sending death threats at authors or reviewers for doing something they don't likeReplyDelete
And about visual effects, in the business we call them visual effects or vfx, nobody call them soecial effects anymore
I listen to the RiskeMaster again, hell yeah,ReplyDelete
Thank you for posting. Was fantastic. As Charles said, fthismovie is the fucking best. Thank you for the reminder about quick change. Completely forgot about it.ReplyDelete
I saw Joe Versus the Volcano for the first time last night and I loved it so much. I vaguely remember it coming out - it had an eye-catching enough poster for a 10 year old - but I really had no idea what it was about and couldn't have been more pleasantly surprised how different it was from what I assumed it might be about. Wonderful, wonderful movie - like a make you look at life a little differently kinda movie. I doubt I ever would have watched it were it not for hearing you guys talk about it so thank you so much!ReplyDelete
I love that you dug this so much without the benefit of nostalgia. It's such a fantastic movie.Delete
Same here, actually, when it comes to Joe Versus the Volcano! I watched it as a result of listening to this podcast. I had expected to like it (obviously, otherwise I simply wouldn't have watched it at all, or at least not so soon after - the list is long) - because Meg Ryan, Tom Hanks, the '90's, which is my favorite decade for movies... but not as much as I did... :)ReplyDelete
I echo the previous comment: thank you, F This Movie!, for this awesome tip! I'll probably revisit this one many times in the future...