It's Casper the Friendly, Lonely, Depressed, Abandoned, Manipulated Ghost. The unquestioned saddest movie in GTTP history, this one almost ground the podcast to a halt. The true curse of this movie isn't Casper's inability to pass on, it's the audience being forced to confront the darker undertones of this child's film. Try your best to not think too hard about this one or you'll end up like your favorite hosts, dejected and devastated for our poor friendly ghost.
Vin Diesel has made a fantasy movie. Surely this won't fail like the other four times he's tried this. Sorry, what was that? He failed spectacularly? Who could have ever seen such a thing coming. Get to the Podcast and find out how this unpredictable tragedy has occurred yet again.
A momentous episode of GTTP this week for your ears. Tango, Cash, Sly, Russell. This is as heavy hitting as 80's action gets. Does the GTTP duo have what it takes to take on Ray Tango and Gabriel Cash? Each member did a cycle of steroids to prepare for this episode and we're still not sure we can withstand the force of a movie that contains daytime car sex, a boot shotgun, or a police officer who is immune to bullets, AND THAT'S JUST CASH'S FIRST SCENE! Strap in listener, this is a big week for Get To The Podcast.
What happens when you take an iconic franchise, give it a great director who also has appeared in the first classic movie? You get...the worst movie of 2018. Why Shane, why? Predator politics, alien dogs playing fetch, a wooden board for a lead, The Predator truly has it all. Unfortunately, having it all is far too much to make a good movie.
What do you get when you combine two of the most decorated and respected actors of our lifetime for their first ever team up film? An...awfully written cop drama that features a 68 year old Al Pacino banging out bench press reps like he's Stallone in his prime? Join us this week as we watch two unquestionable legends attempt to tarnish untarnishable legacies by acting in one of the thinnest scripts we've ever encountered. Are there two character traits per main character? No, no there is not. Is Carla Gugino's character, Karen, disgraced in a way we've rarely if ever seen in GTTP history? Yes it is. Join in this week we review the movie that finally paired Deniro and Pacino as an on screen duo and somehow managed to completely drop the ball.