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HUNDU THE BEAST GOD
Sep 14, 2007

everything is yours


TetsuoTW posted:

You're loving crazy if you think Foodfight was "too boring to make an episode of".

It's one of their best, too.

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Dapper_Swindler
Feb 14, 2012

Im glad my instant dislike in you has been validated again and again.

TetsuoTW posted:

You're loving crazy if you think Foodfight was "too boring to make an episode of".

Also, from last time this discussion happened, I think I'm still good with the picks of Pixels, Get Hard, Entourage, and Hitman.

it wasnt a bad episode at all. its a great episode. just kinda sadden on all the awful poo poo they didnt touch on in it. like the dog getting a boner.

The Vosgian Beast
Aug 13, 2011

Business is slow


This is a better trailer than any of the ones I saw in theaters.

precision
May 7, 2006

hug your posting pals


Pan is a legitimately entertaining movie - it's basically a cynical grunge/goth reskin of Stardust, and while it made me roll my eyes dozens of times, it was always with a kind of amazed smile on my face.

It is simply too interesting to be bad, especially culturally.

sub supau
Aug 27, 2007



Dapper_Swindler posted:

it wasnt a bad episode at all. its a great episode. just kinda sadden on all the awful poo poo they didnt touch on in it. like the dog getting a boner.
To be fair, Foodfight is the kind of awful that you could dedicate multiple episodes to and still not even scrape the sides.

DoombatINC
Apr 20, 2003

Here's the thing, I'm a feminist.







precision posted:

Pan is a legitimately entertaining movie - it's basically a cynical grunge/goth reskin of Stardust, and while it made me roll my eyes dozens of times, it was always with a kind of amazed smile on my face.

It is simply too interesting to be bad, especially culturally.

I'm actually excited to see it when it hits DVD, it looks like it could be some seriously fun camp.

Now let's just see what tonight's movie is...


:stare:

quote:

WARNING - We know some of you listen to this with your kids. Despite the film selection, make no mistake - this episode hits about an 11 on the Sleaze-o-Meter!

:suspense:

DoombatINC fucked around with this message at 05:10 on Dec 1, 2015

WeedlordGoku69
Feb 11, 2015

by Cyrano4747


uh

how

:stonk:

Terrorist Fistbump
Jan 29, 2009

by Nyc_Tattoo


I've only listened to the first half hour but so far there's lots of talk about fuckin' and suckin'.

Evil Mastermind
Apr 28, 2008



Terrorist Fistbump posted:

I've only listened to the first half hour but so far there's lots of talk about fuckin' and suckin'.

I do like the post-apocalyptic teen fiction setting they're slowly putting together, through.

The Vosgian Beast
Aug 13, 2011

Business is slow

I think my favorite part was Andrew getting angry about the lack of paid leave in Care-a-lot.

The Deleter
May 22, 2010


Watch Satan Die is a pretty good band name.

Tree Dude
May 26, 2012

AND MY SONG IS...


They're finally doing Bogus Journey next week! That's a movie I like a lot but will love to hear them joke on.

HUNDU THE BEAST GOD
Sep 14, 2007

everything is yours


Bogus Journey owns.

precision
May 7, 2006

hug your posting pals


HUNDU THE BEAST GOD posted:

Bogus Journey owns.

Yeah it does.

DoombatINC posted:

I'm actually excited to see it when it hits DVD, it looks like it could be some seriously fun camp.

I mean, if the idea of seeing Hugh Jackman dressed as a budget Baron Samedi solemnly intoning the lyrics to "Smells Like Teen Spirit" doesn't appeal to you, I don't know that you can even call yourself a film fan at all!

Calaveron
Aug 7, 2006
:negative:


In hundreds of episodes this is the first time they've tackled a movie I watched religiously as a kid.
Can't wait to hear it.

bobkatt013
Oct 8, 2006

You’re telling me Peter Parker is ...... Spider-man!?


Calaveron posted:

In hundreds of episodes this is the first time they've tackled a movie I watched religiously as a kid.
Can't wait to hear it.

I had bad parents so I remember watching this movie as a kid along with Pippi Longstocking

precision
May 7, 2006

hug your posting pals


I had bad parents so I had to endure things like seeing Down and Out in Beverly Hills in the theater

On the plus side, they did buy a copy of Beverly Hills Cop as their first VHS tape.

It cost them $80.

e: man, Down and Out in Beverly Hills would make a fantastic episode, I can hear the Nick Nolte impressions already

bobkatt013
Oct 8, 2006

You’re telling me Peter Parker is ...... Spider-man!?


precision posted:

I had bad parents so I had to endure things like seeing Down and Out in Beverly Hills in the theater

On the plus side, they did buy a copy of Beverly Hills Cop as their first VHS tape.

It cost them $80.

e: man, Down and Out in Beverly Hills would make a fantastic episode, I can hear the Nick Nolte impressions already

They also rented Mac and Me multiple times for some reason.

precision
May 7, 2006

hug your posting pals


I can top that. My parents rented Mannequin 2.

More than once.

Sleeveless
Dec 25, 2014
Probation
Can't post for 3700 days!


Evil Mastermind posted:

I do like the post-apocalyptic teen fiction setting they're slowly putting together, through.

Maybe this is why it didn't really do it for me, "what if a colorful cartoon for kids is actually dark and hosed up???" is such well-trodden ground on the internet. They even did the "the whole thing is the dying dream of a character who actually die in the first act" thing.

Still funnier than the one about Scooby-Doo taking place after an apocalyptic recession which is why there are so many spooky abandoned buildings and they all live in a van and acquiring property is so important to the villains. Or the one about how Ed Edd n' Eddy takes place in purgatory because there are no adults and the kids all seem to come fom different cultures and eras.

Illinois Smith
Nov 15, 2003

Ninety-one? There are ninety other "Tiger Drivers"? Do any involve actual tigers, or driving?


Guess I'm gonna watch a Bill & Ted movie for the first time in 15 years!

I can't even remember whether I liked them or not, all I know is that the German dub I watched on TV as a kid had really weird translations of their catchphrases.

Dapper_Swindler
Feb 14, 2012

Im glad my instant dislike in you has been validated again and again.

wow, that was probaly one of the best episodes they have done. Holy poo poo they even had my favorite WHM bit(joe pesci goodfellas bit)


Sleeveless posted:

Maybe this is why it didn't really do it for me, "what if a colorful cartoon for kids is actually dark and hosed up???" is such well-trodden ground on the internet. They even did the "the whole thing is the dying dream of a character who actually die in the first act" thing.

Still funnier than the one about Scooby-Doo taking place after an apocalyptic recession which is why there are so many spooky abandoned buildings and they all live in a van and acquiring property is so important to the villains. Or the one about how Ed Edd n' Eddy takes place in purgatory because there are no adults and the kids all seem to come fom different cultures and eras.

usually i would agree, but they arnt taking it seriously/or pretending too take it seriously, so it just works for me. besides, i never thought i would hear the phrase "an army of red rockets" in the context of care bears.

Evil Mastermind
Apr 28, 2008



Sleeveless posted:

Maybe this is why it didn't really do it for me, "what if a colorful cartoon for kids is actually dark and hosed up???" is such well-trodden ground on the internet. They even did the "the whole thing is the dying dream of a character who actually die in the first act" thing.
I admit I don't like the Animation Damnnations where they're constantly going "but wait this low-effort cartoon doesn't make logical sense!", but I think it worked here because they were building on the weirdness instead of trying to pick apart the logic and apply realism to it.

Lady Naga
Apr 25, 2008

Voyons Donc!


DoombatINC posted:

I'm actually excited to see it when it hits DVD, it looks like it could be some seriously fun camp.

Now let's just see what tonight's movie is...


:stare:

quote:

WARNING - We know some of you listen to this with your kids. Despite the film selection, make no mistake - this episode hits about an 11 on the Sleaze-o-Meter!

:suspense:

Good to see them finally tackle TaggertShare's valuable contributions to society.

PUGGERNAUT
Nov 14, 2013

I AM INCREDIBLY BORING AND SHOULD STOP TALKING ABOUT FOOD IN THE POLITICS THREAD


"I don't like these things wearing diapers cause that means they have assholes"

Dapper_Swindler
Feb 14, 2012

Im glad my instant dislike in you has been validated again and again.

PUGGERNAUT posted:

"I don't like these things wearing diapers cause that means they have assholes"

and that means they kidnap aryan children to do slave labors like wiping their asses their adopted children. while tony's family is butchered by idi amin. But truthfully, I like when they get into sick/gross/dark humor territory.

Dapper_Swindler fucked around with this message at 17:56 on Dec 2, 2015

Corek
May 11, 2013

by R. Guyovich


The Care Bears movies have disturbingly detailed Wikipedia pages, especially the first one.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Care_Bears_Movie (drawing on 233 separate sources)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Care_Bears_Movie_II:_A_New_Generation (108 sources)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Care_Bears_Adventure_in_Wonderland (79 sources)

They get less detailed as the series goes along, as even the obsessive stopped caring. But now I know that both the first and second movies are based on Goethe, are examples of Christian socialism, and Harry Dean Stanton is Brave Heart Lion's singing voice in the first one.

Corek fucked around with this message at 01:35 on Dec 3, 2015

Sleeveless
Dec 25, 2014
Probation
Can't post for 3700 days!




This is now canon in the WHMverse.

Dapper_Swindler
Feb 14, 2012

Im glad my instant dislike in you has been validated again and again.

Corek posted:

The Care Bears movies have disturbingly detailed Wikipedia pages, especially the first one.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Care_Bears_Movie (drawing on 233 separate sources)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Care_Bears_Movie_II:_A_New_Generation (108 sources)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Care_Bears_Adventure_in_Wonderland (79 sources)

They get less detailed as the series goes along, as even the obsessive stopped caring. But now I know that both the first and second movies are based on Goethe, are examples of Christian socialism, and Harry Dean Stanton is Brave Heart Lion's singing voice in the first one.

I now want them to do the other care bears movies. and brave heart lion needs to be a continued character in WHM canon.

Corek
May 11, 2013

by R. Guyovich


This is perhaps the most extensively referenced page Wikipedia has on any movie.

Corek fucked around with this message at 02:13 on Dec 3, 2015

WeedlordGoku69
Feb 11, 2015

by Cyrano4747


That's actually a remarkably interesting Wiki article. Kinda makes it seem like the Care Bears movie is partly responsible for reviving animated films after Disney hit its 70s/80s slump- not sure if that's true, I tend to hear Roger Rabbit credited more for that, but I can buy it.

Lady Naga
Apr 25, 2008

Voyons Donc!


The Care Bears Movie article only has 158 less citations than the article on World War 2.

GoutPatrol
Oct 17, 2009

*Stupid Moddie*



Sleeveless posted:

Maybe this is why it didn't really do it for me, "what if a colorful cartoon for kids is actually dark and hosed up???" is such well-trodden ground on the internet. They even did the "the whole thing is the dying dream of a character who actually die in the first act" thing.

Still funnier than the one about Scooby-Doo taking place after an apocalyptic recession which is why there are so many spooky abandoned buildings and they all live in a van and acquiring property is so important to the villains. Or the one about how Ed Edd n' Eddy takes place in purgatory because there are no adults and the kids all seem to come fom different cultures and eras.

Still better than "it turns out they were dead the whole time/they died and this is just their imagination before death" scenarios that make up 99% of every fan theory.

JediTalentAgent
Jun 5, 2005
Hey, look. Look, if- if you screw me on this, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine, you rat bastard!

GoutPatrol posted:

Still better than "it turns out they were dead the whole time/they died and this is just their imagination before death" scenarios that make up 99% of every fan theory.

The Hoober-Bloob Highway makes up the other 1%

Hockles
Dec 25, 2007

Resident of Camp Blood
Crystal Lake



Illinois Smith posted:

Guess I'm gonna watch a Bill & Ted movie for the first time in 15 years!

My fiancee wanted to watch this movie tonight, completely out of the blue. It worked out, so now I'll have this movie fresh in my mind when I listen to this week's podcast.

PubicMice
Feb 14, 2012

looking for information on posts

Unfortunately I found this podcast in October, which means I didn't get to call in the most ridiculous movie of all time, 2003's Party Monster.


I was going to write a description of the movie, but then I found this picture of the dvd cover, which I think sums everything up pretty handily.

Illinois Smith
Nov 15, 2003

Ninety-one? There are ninety other "Tiger Drivers"? Do any involve actual tigers, or driving?


I have that in a pile of DVDs left behind by former roommates, is it hilariously bad or just bad?

PubicMice
Feb 14, 2012

looking for information on posts

Illinois Smith posted:

I have that in a pile of DVDs left behind by former roommates, is it hilariously bad or just bad?

Hilariously, by far. It's basically 90 minutes of Macaulay Culkin and Seth Green doing lots of drugs, wearing hideous non-clothes, putting on atrocious 'british' accents, and being obnoxious.

Calaveron
Aug 7, 2006
:negative:


Have they mentioned when Cabin would come back

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Illinois Smith
Nov 15, 2003

Ninety-one? There are ninety other "Tiger Drivers"? Do any involve actual tigers, or driving?


Nah, but the reviews he writes for Slant are pretty good.
http://www.slantmagazine.com/author/184

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