This week GTTP takes a trip inside the insane circus that is the Nevada criminal justice system. A deeply disturbed man has committed heinous crimes, and it's up to Dr. Octopus to convince a judge within two hours that this man has internally murdered his the perpetrator of these crimes and to spare his life. Who better than to aid on this journey than John Cusack and Ray Liotta of course? This is a movie that's first viewing is it's best so naturally we will discuss why Ryan has seen this movie over 100 times.
The year is 1995. A relatively unknown director who merely wants to live a humble existence making movies where he films entire city blocks explode. He needs to make a good first impression in the industry so he decides to cast two up and coming actors as his leads. He reaches out to Fox's Martin Lawrence and asks him to play a constantly worried police officer who is always trying to reign in his parter, played by the Fresh Prince himself Will Smith. Mike LOWWWERY is your typical millionaire police officer who runs in circles with models and high end escorts when he's not too busy getting screamed at by his Captain for murdering 3 people on a drug bust. The result? Bad Boys.
In this week's episode we attempt to not discuss The Fanatic, and fail miserably. We also spend a little time discussing one of the biggest movies of 2019, the bland and instantly forgettable Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw. What a terrible title! Have action blockbusters regressed for the last ten years? Hobbs & Shaw will answer that.
2019. One of the best movie years in recent memory. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, The Irishman, Joker, and THE FANATIC. We can 100% say with a straight face and zero exaggeration this movie is as memorable as all three and our lives will never be the same again. What do you get when you mix Fred Durst, a swinging for the fences John Travolta, and Autism? You get a god damn cinematic classic. Now buckle up and get to the podcast.