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.
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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!!
No Adam again this week (lucky… even though he probably still watched the movie, sorry buddy), but the rest of the gang is here to call Fred Savage by the wrong name repeatedly. We also talk about other crap too, so there is that. Thanks for listening!
Sorry for the late post!! The episode has been up, but because of a move and no internet, things have had to take a back seat…. Well, on to the description:
This week, we have a full house to talk about our favorite and least favorite movies from the last year. Lots of laughs and bad impressions. Thanks for listening!!
This week Adam and Joe and the gang dive into the third installment of the Tremors anthology. It isn’t good. But they have fun talking about it anyways.
Plus, there are the usual recommendations and we get to hear Adam’s thoughts on Tusk.
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This week there is no Adam, but Joe is here and is joined by the rest of the gang as they talk about Tusk. It’s a oft-maligned movie and undeservedly so. Solid script, well acted, super creepy, and still manages some goofs. We get it if you didn’t like it, but we will always say it is good. We talk about some other stuff too, so enjoy!! Thanks for listening!!