What we do in episode 201 of GTTP will echo in eternity.
Episode 200! Thanks for the years of listening everyone! As a celebration we've decided to cover one of our favorite so bad it's good movies. The Stephen King head scratcher Dreamcatcher. If you like King this movie has it all, quite literally. Every trope of his career jammed into one movie plus....you know...the aliens who..hatch from...well GTTP and find out.
A science fiction movie about someone who wishes to be accepted in the world as something he's not. The audience is expected to cheer this character on because of their light hearted personality and joke telling ability. Anyway, enough about Fisher Stevens, this movie is about a robot that gains sentience.
A film that asks the question, what if you spent 8 years studying the human body and then just decided to kill yourself for shits & gigs?
First Batman was here, then he left, then he returned. This is a movie about when he came back.
Do they in fact get away? Tune in to find out.
We struggled to find anything noteworthy that happened during the filming of this week's movie. If anyone has heard anything about it drop a tip on the FB page.
It's a Ghost Ship, no, it's a Virus. Wait...it's a different....bad boat movie...
Do you think mustaches are funny? If so, this movie will beat that out of you with blunt force. It's Mortdecai!
Tune in as we discuss an unprecedented three movies in a single episode and try to figure out the scenario where a serial murdering jewel thief is posting bail and walking out of prison.
This week's movie involves some of the worst roommates you'll ever see, and we are NOT talking about the murdering part.
Let's give Sam Jackson a character who's angry about people who aren't doing what he wants them to do and see if he can make anything happen. It's a tall order for him we know but we'll give it a shot.
This week the duo will cover possibly the most beloved movie of this duo. The reason we say possibly is they're not quite sure who likes Robocop between them.
Cyndi Lauper and Jeff Goldblum made a movie about being dumb horny psychics. It's...exactly what you'd expect.
A few weeks back GTTP did an episode about a plane hijacking that was mediocre. This week GTTP is doing a plane hijacking movie that is downright terrible. Plus multiple stories about Steven Seagal being a prick. We hope you make the right (executive) decision and listen in.
The most important character in this movie is a dolphin. You know what's coming.
Sam Raimi made a sports movie. For some reason there are horses in it.
The real crime was not giving Sly his Oscar for this performance. That and the covered up double homicide.
Bill Murray submitting an all time performance to kick the holiday season into high gear? Lets get to it!
What happens when you mix a completely forgettable couple's vacation movie with an unforgettable movie twist? You get the train wreck that is A Perfect Getaway.
First we had Liam Neeson on the train, now we got him on the plane.
A story as old as time. What happens when you re-watch a movie about step siblings who are hot for each other as an adult? Does the plot hold up as well as you'd expect? I'm sure you already know the answer.
The movie that features a magical crab that can cook. The movie that features one of the worst leading performances you'll ever see. The movie that features one of the worst romantic lead performances you'll ever see. Really just one of the worst movies you'll ever see.