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.
Happy Halloween from GTTP! Today the duo tackles 2004's iconic(?) franchise opener SAW.
Back to back Beck has been completed as the prophecy has foretold.
A drama centered around a what if from the one day connection of a lifetime, yeah, Tom Cruise found a way to sprint in this movie, twice.
A movie that tragically introduces the best character in movie history only to not give him a single line of dialogue. That's right, The Lost Boys is referring to buff oiled saxophone man and his band, not the boring whiny vampires they focus on instead.
This week the duo attacks the movie that has haunted at least one of their brains for the past 2 decades. That's right it's...a random kid's sci fi movie with no famous people in it. I guess you could somewhat include the character who pretends to be Jack Nicholson as one? Maybe? Who knows, Get to the Podcast and get a load of Spaced Invaders.
Cruise. Kilmer. Volleyball. Planes. Stalking. Bad kissing. Fake enemies. Top Gun.
Nic Cage steals cars. Nic Cage talks to cars. Nic Cage is romantically interested in car.
Idea: Movie where we have a plot for 75% of the movie and then a different plot for 25% of the movie and there's nothing in common between them. Enter, Winter's Tale
What happens when you're tasked with making a sequel to a classic that you doubt you can top? Well, one possible answer is to make an entirely different kind of movie to surprise your audience. Also include a brain gremlin to up the merchandising.
The star of this movie called it "A piece of shit", she was correct.
Life brings you moments every now and then that are so rare and so special that you must appreciate the countless decisions and events that made it possible. Cursed is one of those moments. a 2.5 year shoot time, multiple actors phoning in performances, an utter lack of vision for what it wanted to be, this movie is a miracle. Go Get to the Podcast and listen to the episode about the movie where a werewolf flips off the cops.
Big moment for GTTP. We are finally tackling one of our patron saints biggest films. Terminator. Nothing else needs to be said.
Why are you reading this? You are wasting time. There is over six billion dollars of buried treasure in the world's oceans and you're reading a podcast episode description? John Stockwell would be disgusted with your lack of hustle. Go buy a radar detector and a snorkel and get to work you're already a billionaire you just didn't do the work yet!