In this week's episode, the gang concludes their Memorial Day Hot Dogs & Hamburgers double feature by taking to task the incredibly offensive college comedy, Hamburger: The Motion Picture! Why is our hero such a dud? How was everyone okay with the treatment of Magneto Jones? And did Dick Butkus' character really need to be a racist? PLUS: Ronald Reagan movie reviews and Jesse Ventura counts "10"s!
Hamburger: The Motion Picture stars Leigh McCloskey, Chip McAllister, Jack Blessing, Charles Tyner, Debra Blee, Randi Brooks and Dick Butkus; directed by Mike Marvin.
In this week's episode, the gang hits the slopes with the outrageous, irresponsible, hot dog free, Hot Dog... The Movie! Why are we touring so many motels before we get to the mountain resort? Who thought naming a Japanese character "Kamikaze" was a good/funny idea? And what's with the Duran Duran instrumental mix? PLUS: Nick Nolte, Nazi Hunter.
Hot Dog... The Movie stars David Naughton, Patrick Houser, Tracy Smith, James Saito and Shannon Tweed; directed by Peter Markle.
In this week's episode, the gang tackles the ridiculous Jesse "The Body" Ventura masterpiece, Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe! What is the point of those crappy police characters? Why do we need so many people doing voice overs? And is that, no, it can't be...Jim Belushi? PLUS: We think one of those house painters over there just might be Secundas.
Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe stars Jesse "The Body" Ventura, Sven-Ole Thorsen, Marjorie Bransfield, Francis Mitchell and, yes, James Belushi; directed by Damian Lee.
In this week's episode, the gang gets super extreme and totally has their minds blown while watching The Butterfly Effect! With this trumped up student film, who thought it was a good idea to put up the money? Why does there have to be so many bad things happening to these poor kids? Pick one! And who really thought that Directors' Cut ending was worth even shooting? PLUS: A peek inside the writers' room for this film.
The Butterfly Effect stars Ashton Kutcher, Amy Smart, Elden Henson, William Lee Scott, Melora Walters, Ethan Suplee and Eric Stoltz; directed by Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber.
In this week's episode, the gang gets in a bar brawl with Clint Eastwood and Clyde the Orangutan in the bare knuckle action flick, Every Which Way But Loose! How is Eastwood getting this ape into all these restaurants? Why does Beverly D'Angelo so easily agree to get in this creep's truck? And who on Earth asked for that much Ruth Gordon? PLUS: Eastwood's blood is boiling.
Every Which Way But Loose stars Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke, Geoffrey Lewis, Beverly D'Angelo, Ruth Gordon and Manis the Orangutan as Clyde the Orangutan; directed by James Fargo.
This is part one of a two-part podcrawl! Be sure to catch part two on Any Which Way You Can, hosted by The Flop House!
In this week's episode, the gang tackles the laughless, Anthony Michael Hall passion project, Hail Caesar! How did something like this get the green light? Why did Robert Downey agree to this nothing role? And how dare they drop a secret music video into this film? PLUS: The search for laughs turns up zero results.
Hail Caesar stars Anthony Michael Hall, Bobbie Phillips, Leslie Danon, Samuel L. Jackson, Judd Nelson, Robert Downey Jr., Robert Downey Sr., and Frank Gorshin; directed by Anthony Michael Hall... for some reason.
In this week's episode, the gang enters the Under 18 All-Valley tournament with Ralph Macchio and Thomas Ian Griffith in the ridiculous sequel, The Karate Kid, Part III! Why did the filmmakers insist on making all the stories play back-to-back? How is John Kreese not in prison for joking out kids in parking lots? And what is with that platonic relationship crap, LaRusso? PLUS: Terry Silver takes over the crown as Greatest WHM Villain!
The Karate Kid, Part III, stars Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Robyn Lively, Martin Kove, Sean Kanan and Thomas Ian Griffith; directed by John Avildsen.
In this week's episode, the gang gets nostalgic for '80s arcade culture with the ?classic? raunch comedy, Joysticks! How does this nerd fall for that sorority prank at the beginning? Why isn't Joe Don Baker tossing furniture in this movie? And isn't it beautiful to see the entire high school caste system melt away once these characters enter the glorious video arcade? Plus: Joe Don Baker gets mistakenly cast in Boogie Nights!
Joysticks stars the great Joe Don Baker, Leif Green, Jim Greenleaf, Scott McGinnis, Corinne Bohrer & Jon Gries; directed by Greydon Clark.
In this week's episode, the gang goes on the road with Elijah Wood and Bruce Willis in the absolutely horrendous family tragedy, North! Who thought any of the so-called jokes in this movie would actually land? How is it that no one saw just how cruel this film is? And how on Earth did they get away with so much racism? Plus: Some of the most stomach churning child acting you've ever seen!
North stars Elijah Wood, Bruce Willis, Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jon Lovitz, Alan Arkin, Dan Aykroyd, Reba McEntire, Graham Greene, Kathy Bates, Abe Vigoda, Richard Belzer, John Ritter, Faith Ford, Scarlett Johansson and Robert Costanzo; directed by Rob Reiner.
In this week's episode, the gang tries (and fails) to travel through time with Fisher Stevens and Dennis Hopper in the forgotten sci-fi dud, My Science Project! Why did the script call for all those slurs? How does this time travel movie not feature any time travel? And how do you boil Dennis Hopper down into such a nothing character? Plus: A kid from 1985 travels to a McDonald's...in 1998.
My Science Project stars John Stockwell, Danielle von Zerneck, Fisher Stevens and Dennis Hopper; directed by Jonathan R. Betuel.