This week we’re diving into the desolate wasteland that is Chicago in 1993. That’s right, Judgment Night, a movie that expects you to believe that there could be traffic on the way to a boxing match. We’ll get into Denis Leary’s pointless rules and whether this is Emilio Estevez’s Michael Caine role that bought his beach house. So put on your Italian runners and Get to the Podcast.
This week GTTP tackles one of the best crime drama films of the last 20 years....that also happens to star Batman, The Dark Knight. Oddly enough the guys don’t discuss the iconic Heath Ledger Joker performance once this week. They do however rightly shine a light on the underrated Gary Oldman beast performance as Commissioner Gordon as well as the outstanding Eric Roberts. This week you won’t get the podcast that you deserve, but the one that you need so Get to the Podcast and try not to be so serious.
This week’s episode we’re discussing the seminal role of Ryan Phillipe’s career: Mr. Parker in The Way of the Gun. Topics include whether a movie needs likable characters to be likable, the career potential of the unknown young buck Jimmy Caan, and how this whole thing just might be one big Game of Thrones prequel. Get to the Podcast today to find the answers to those questions and more.
This week GTTP has a fever, and the only cure, is more SLY. That’s right we’re revisiting one of our podcast staples Sly Stallone, this time in his 1993 action thriller/therapeutic fear confrontation of heights flick, Cliffhanger. Come listen as we debate the quality of John Lithgow’s accent work, whether Michael Rooker should have been killed in the first 20 minutes and of course, Sly’s gun show. Get to the Podcast and get it in.
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This week on GTTP, Kevin and Ryan celebrate Memorial Day in style with a blast from the past: Under Siege. Does this one contain the all time worst movie accent? What came first the Navy Seal or the cook? Is Commander Krill a part of the holy trinity of Gary Busey roles? Get to the lowly lowly podcast and find out.
GTTP readies itself for the release of Alien: Covenant by revisting the original prequel to the sequel: 2012's Prometheus. Has there ever been a dumber group of scientists to go on a deep space scientific expedition? Can Ridley Scott still be taken at his word after swearing off the original's xenomorph until the end of time? Does this one contain the all time worst British accent in movie history? Get to the podcast and unravel the (purposefully) mysterious...mysteries of Prometheus.
A very special episode of GTTP this week as Kevin and Ryan dissect a movie close to both of their hearts....RESERVOIR DOGS. Where does Mr Blonde rank on the all time vilain list (is he even a villain)? Does one of the dogs sound like a sesame street character? WAS MR WHITE SOFT?! Let's get to work (aka get to the podcast) and find out.
This week tune in and listen to the Great White Dope, Harnish try to not die on air after barely surviving Cinco De Mayo. He puts in a valiant effort to drink a gallon of coffee during the episode, which is about a boxing movie. Get to the Podcast and listen to either our most entertaining or outright worst episode!
Elephants can fly this week as GTTP takes on Operation Dumbo Drop. This will not be a podcast about a fun kids movie, rather two confused adults trying to decipher why Disney set a movie for children in the middle of the Vietnam war. We try and figure out if this movie was made on a dare and if some of the soldiers are tried for treason state side. So come help us make sense of it all and Get To The Podcast.
Time keeps on slipping this week as GTTP reviews Lucy, a very ambitious yet very mediocre ScarJo action flick. Kevin and Ryan will struggle to solve the mysteries of the universe such as what is 1 + 1 and how long did Morgan Freeman have to his tee time that he wouldn’t reshoot any of his scenes, dialogue flubs or not. So Get To The Podcast and see if you can make any sense of this one because we sure can’t.
WAR! This week on GTTP, a full on heated debate erupts over the merits of the George Lucas classic REVENGE OF THE SITH. Does bad dialogue mean a bad movie? Does 2005 CGI stand up? Will Kevin ever watch the 2003 Hayden Christian banger Shattered Glass?! Get to the podcast and find out.
Dead Presidents! This week on GTTP, Kevin and Ryan delve into this early Keith David/Chris Tucker banger. Why does it only hold a 45% rating on Rotten Tomatoes? Why does Terrance Howard pronounce man "mang"? Why do the Hughes Brothers refuse to work more and who the hell gives a flying f%$# about casting director trivia? Get to the podcast to find out.
A podcast 13 years in the making has finally been completed. Ryan's decade + long quest to make Kevin watch a snooze fest called The Alamo has happened. Tune in as we find out why Kevin's brain turns off once he sees horses, why Ryan is a grown man who owns a Bowie knife and whether or not Kevin was able to stay awake for this 2+ hour box office disaster. Usually we rush you to Get To the Podcast but this week, we kindly encourage you to Get Through The Podcast.
In today's highly controversial episode of GTTP, Ryan will be defending his claim that Eddie Murphy is...OVERRATED?! Listen in as he fumbles his way through a nonsensical argument about the chops of one of the funniest comedians of all time. We were supposed to write a blurb about the movie itself but I'm sorry I just can't get past this fact. I'll try hold on, Damon Wayans plays "Banana Man" and we have an impassioned debate about orange juice and also HE SAYS EDDIE IS OVERRATED! I CAN'T DO IT, just Get To The Podcast and hear for yourself.
This week on GTTP, Kevin and Ryan subject themselves to the inadvertent "horror" of 1993's Leprechaun. The duo take one for the team to discuss ten year old child labor, question what's menacing about a three foot tall horror villain, and ponder how Jennifer Aniston's career was able to recover. Happy St Patrick's Day now it's time to Get to the Podcast!
This week on GTTP Kevin and Ryan move on from the cinematic classic Predator to a brand new movie...its sequel! The duo discuss P2, give Bill Paxton his memorial, debate Gary Busey's sanity, and question the personality of a predator. It's time to get to the podcast.
If it bleeds we can kill it. Big week for GTTP as we discuss the one that inspired our namesake: Predator. An all time Arnold classic and a top 5 action movie as well.
Was the Predator a sore loser? What was Carl Weathers' secret workout plan? Does Ryan do the worst Arnold impression of all time?
Get to the Podcast and find out.
Today we have some Oscar/Razzie talk, a sad bit of movie news, and oh yeah we talk about a movie too. We’re tackling the oddly serious comedy The Scout to figure out just how unlikely this movie’s ending truly is, Get to the Podcast and listen in on this unconventional story of Kong.
Today we discuss possibly the deepest cast in movie history. Oldman, Walken, Hopper, and that’s just the first 45 minutes. A twisted love story that leaves a trail of bodies along the way and jeopardizes the budding acting career of one Dick Ritchie. Get to the Podcast today and find out if Clarence and Alabama find True Romance.
This week Kevin sees the John Carpenter classic They Live for the first time while Ryan grapples with his hate of wrestling vs his love for the movie. Topics include wrestling acting vs acting acting, the message of the movie in 2017, and a debate over the greatest movie fight of all time. Now, obey, and Get to the Podcast.
This week Kevin and Ryan strongly imply how much they would have rather watched Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, why this movie will be remembered as a masterpiece after 5 viewings and discuss if crippling alcoholism is what makes a good detective. Get to the podcast and listen to this perfect audio quality discussion of The Nice Guys.
Just a quick word on last weeks horrible sound quality and the Episode 12 movie announcement. Thanks for listening, we appreciate it.
Are we goin’ Sizzler? Can Kevin hear Jimi? Has Ryan become a sentient robot? All that and a discussion of Billy Hoyle’s enormous ego. Just Get to the Podcast and don’t put up no brick.
Did Adrien Brody go full Simple Jack? Is Kevin a blind hater? Are there any redeeming qualities to this subpar Shyamalan twistfest and does a bad twist ruin an otherwise good movie? Get to the podcast and find out.
The podcast has arrived as Kevin and Ryan finally get to discuss a Bill Murray classic.
Taking a break from Arnold and Sly, delve into some wonderful hard PG lunacy and hear Kevin declare Murray to be his all time favorite actor while simultaneously stating he is the lesser half of this 1991 gem.