In this episode the boys are joined by Ron Richards (of Ifanboy) to discuss Martin Scorsese’s 1990 mobster classic “Goodfellas” starring Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro, and Joe Pesci. Ron regales the boys with tales of growing up in New York, the subtle art of saying something without saying it, and how to properly stir the sauce. Topics of discussion include the brilliance of Paul Sorvino, the interesting narrative techniques, the accuracy of the locations, the representation of the Italian-American experience, the deconstruction of Mafia archetypes, and if this is the last great Scorsese film or not.
In this episode the boys do their best to discuss Gus Van Sant’s 2007 indie drama “Paranoid Park” but wind up having to agree to disagree. Topics discussed include the amazing cinematography of Christopher Doyle, how the film fits into Van Sant’s oeuvre, the positives and negatives of hiring non-actors (mostly negative), teenage life, and much more.
In this episode the boys go all the way back to 1940 to review Howard Hawk’s screwball comedy classic “His Girl Friday” starring Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell, and Ralph Bellamy. Discussion is lively on this one as they blaze through such topics as the film’s forward thinking approach to women in the workplace, that snappy dialogue, the view of journalism in the 40’s and much more.
In this episode the boys tackle the best superhero movie of all time Paul Verhoeven’s 1987 sci-fi action cult classic “Robocop” starring Peter Weller, Kurtwood Smith, and Nancy Allen. Everything is discussed from the Christ parellels, the one-liners, the social commentary, the sequels, and the genius of ED-209. So sit back and enjoy because you know there will be …..trouble.
In this episode Alec, Joey, Matt, and guest Shawn Pryor (Action Lab Entertainment, PKD Media) discuss the newest crop of movie trailers for this season, and Vern Griffiths also falls into a black hole (Ozzie Smith style). So tune into this Bieber-tastic episode and Enjoy!
Drive Angry 3D
Never Say Never 3D
The Tree Of Life
In this episode the gang is joined again by Chris Neseman (of 11 O’Clock Comics fame) to discuss David Fincher’s 1999 cult classic “Fight Club” starring Edward Norton and Brad Pitt. Everything is discussed from Fincher’s visual style, the 90’s, how films predict the future, and many other things. We also read out your answers in the “Who Would You Fight?’ segment. Enjoy!