Get to the Podcast celebrates the great Robert De Niro this week with the overlooked gem that is 1996's The Fan. Baseball logic is seemingly tossed out the window in this tale of fame and obsession. Does the movie hold up twenty years later? Does Cali know good acting when he sees it? DOES THIS EPISODE CONTAIN THE GREATEST PIECE OF MOVIE TRIVIA OF ALL TIME?! Might as well get to the podcast and find out!
We all float down here, in a podcast about the great/underwhelming smash hit of 2017, IT. This week is a tale of two halves of a movie, one half is a shitty horror movie that isn’t scary, and the other, a great story about friendship, growing up and overcoming fears. Also, there’s a clown that eats children. So strap in and get ready to Get to the Podcast.
It's a Mark Wahlberg f%$#fest this week on GTTP. This one hits close to home as we chart the rise and fall(?) of Boston's least beloved icon via discussing the 90's banger FEAR. Topics include: the most sloppy movie kissing of all time, Alyssa Milano's powers of seduction, and yet another example of movie police being completely inept. It's time to Get to the Podcast ked!
This week GTTP is diving into David Ayer's newest movie, Bright. Join us in a gritty cop movie set in South Central LA, no, not Training day, no, not Harsh Times, no, not End of Watch, no, not Street Kings, this is the one with Orcs. Bright is Netflix's first foray into the blockbuster genre and they spared no expense, except in using an original plot of course. Is this movie the victim of a movie studio funded smear campaign via critics? Is Will Smith back? Could they have possibly found a line for the main villain earlier than an hour and a half into the movie? Get to the Podcast and find out!