This week's movie features a disgusting portrayal of Atlantic City, New Jersey. This movie supposes that police officers in this lovely destination town are easily bribed, on drugs, gambling and committing crimes of their own... Ok this movie portrays Atlantic City. Nic Cage plays Rick Santoro, a manic dirtbag with a heart of gold attempting to solve a who done it mystery, only it's extremely obvious who done it from the opening credits. Get to the Podcast and hit the jackpot!
Magic is real! Or at least a blind guy can see? Or maybe this is just a universe full of conmen ranging from ages 8 to 65? We...don't...know. Red Lights is a uniquely ridiculous movie that the duo had to tackle eventually. The guys take turns having their heads explode as they witness the world's first Nicolas Cage impression, Sigourney Weaver will her character to death to escape acting in this atrocity halfway through, and of course, Bobby D levitating. This is a film that deserves to be seen because even our best attempts to describe it don't fully do it justice but please Get to the Podcast and hear our best attempts to do so.
GTTP is getting back to some good ole' fashioned JCVD fun this week with 1995's SUDDEN DEATH! Can a movie with a Van Damme vs Penguins mascot fight be taken seriously? Is offering booze and cigarettes to a child the key to a good 90's action villain? Is there such a thing as being ranked a "top fire fighter in the nation?" Get to the Podcast to find out the answers to these questions and more!
GTTP is going with a slightly obscure one this week.... BUT IT WAS WORTH IT! What do you get when you combine a painfully phoned in Bruce Willis, Halle Berry 5 years removed from a best actress win doing Razzie caliber work, and an ending that features a character explaining the plot for twenty straight minutes? Why 2007's PERFECT STRANGER of course! This one was... a doozy. Time to Get to the Podcast!