Wednesday, September 20, 2023


Patrick and Adam Riske love Malice more than most people.

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Also discussed this episode: Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam (1987), The Nutty Professor (1996), Picture Perfect (1997), A Perfect Murder (1998), Mulan (1998), Six Days Seven Nights (1998), The Equalizer 3 (2023), The Expendables (2010), Expendables 2 (2012), Hard Target (1993), Demolition Man (1993), The Elevator Game (2023), We Kill for Love (2023)


  1. According to my Letterboxd, we doubled Malice with Final Analysis.

  2. Thanks Adam for the heads up on the Dear America Vietnam documentary. Great timing as im currently filling in some viewing gaps on Vietnam movies. Ive never heard of this documentary but it sounds fascinating, will do as you/ebert suggest and watch it as a double feature with one of the hollywood adaptations im watching.

    Im sure you're all over it, but if not, absolutely check out the recent Screen Drafts Vietnam Movie superdraft..its an excellent episode with really good discussion around the movies and even some personal stories from the drafter's families experiences.

    Cheers sir,

    1. I've been looking forward to listening to that superdraft as it'll be one where I likely know most of the movies they're discussing. Although there are always a few surprise sleepers.
      I had never heard of that documentary either, but I'm going to be sure to check it out.

  3. I know Malice was mentioned at some point on this podcast, because i watched it in the last year and this is the kind of movie i rediscover because of you guys

  4. Your enthusiastic recommendation to watch it at the beginning of the spoiler section got me to pause. I'll definitely check this out before continuing.

    I watched Six Days Seven Night for the first time somewhat recently, and thought it was way better than it's reputation. The romance between them was believable, and the whole thing had a fun adventure lightness to it.