The MovieDummies Podcast is now on Stitcher

Stitcher is a podcasting app that brands itself as “Radio on Demand.” It’s a pretty good app and it happens to be the one that I use. It’s free, although they do offer a premium service that will give you access to comedy albums, podcast special episodes and the back catalog’s of a ton of great shows.

Stitcher’s main focus is to streamline the podcast listening experience, which they do by putting the focus on streaming. No downloading, no syncing, and no wasted memory. There is an option to download any episodes you want via the “Listen Later” function, but for most of us it isn’t necessary.

The app is available on iOS, Android, Nook, or through your browser.

Here is a link to our show’s page.

Remember to rate and review us on Stitcher!! It will help more people find the show.

And as always, thanks for listening!!

Joe

The Farthest – Movie Review

Do you love learning about what we know about space and who is responsible for it?

Well then watch The Farthest.

This is a documentary about the journey of the launch of both Voyager satellites through our solar system.  This idea was of interest to me because, like most humans, I wonder what is out there.  To hear the accounts and timeline of what happened was interesting to say the least but I don’t think I would watch it again, it was a little dry.  If space and what is out there interests you, watch this movie and tell me what you think.

If you want to know about Voyager check this website out https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/voyager/mission/status/.

 

4/10

Shannon

MovieDummies Podcast Season 2 Episode 4 – Tremors 4

In this weeks episode, Joe, Shannon, Angela and Matt discuss the fourth installment in Tremors franchise. Thankfully it is not nearly as awful as 2 or 3. We also discuss The Ranch, Baywatch, and Game of Thrones amongst other things. Thanks for listening!!

 


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Baywatch – Movie Review

So…. this movie isn’t good.

That shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone.

But it isn’t any fun either. Which surprised me.

Everything about this movie seemed like it was going to be fun: the cast, the concept, the dumb jokes…. but I think they got caught up in the preview screening trap and didn’t trust their original concept enough. The movie is plagued with ADR that ruins scenes. I didn’t do a count while watching the movie, but I’d guess there was at least 30 added lines, and it was distracting and unnecessary.  There were some good parts in the movie, but because of the mish mash structure of everything, it all felt disjointed. They should have just let this movie be completely stupid and linear, it would have been fun!

I’d be interested to see what the original cut would have been, because it probably would have been more fun to watch. The best part of this cut is the blooper reel at the end of the movie, it actually made the other 90 minutes worthwhile because at least now I know everybody had fun making the movie.

I just didn’t have fun watching it.

4/10

Joe

MovieDummies Podcast Season 2 Episode 3 – Kung Pow: Enter the Fist

In this weeks episode, Adam, Joe and the gang (no Angela this week…) discuss one of the best horrible movies of all time: Kung Pow: Enter the Fist!!! There is also some discussion on Game of Thrones, Neflix’s Icarus and the new four part Teen Titans Go! special!! Because we rock…. and roll…. all day long…. sweet Suzie!! Thanks for listening!



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Icarus (2017) – Movie Review

A documentary that started about one thing goes into a vastly different and dangerous direction.

It’s intense.

How much of the danger that drives the intensity of the movie is actual and how much is manufactured by the film making? That is unclear. It doesn’t really matter though, because the story isn’t really about the danger of the situation, it is about a guy and his involvement in possibly the greatest sports cover-up in history.

The best part? It’s a Netflix gem, so you can go watch it today. And I recommend that you go watch it today. It is very interesting and was filled with a ton of information I was not aware of. Overall, it was very well done.

8/10

Joe

MovieDummies Podcast Season 2 Episode 2 – Bedtime Stories

This week, Adam, Joe and the gang (no Matt though…) discuss the 2008 Adam Sandler movie Bedtime Stories. It’s a fun movie and we have some fun talking about the missing magical explanations. We talk about some other stuff we all enjoyed during our month away from the mics as well. Thanks for listening!!



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