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We review the movies… On our shelves.

First things first. in the intro Brian inadvertanly refers to this as Episode 19. Because of the Bonus Episode this is technically the 19th episode, but since we didn't number the Bonus Episode, this is really episode 18. We'll figure all that out :) .
In this episode we discuss the heavy use of the N-word in this movie, however, we do not use the word. We discussed it beforehand and decided we couldn't justify the use in a family style podcast. We discuss some of our past actions and take a deep dive into racism and the satirical approach to confronting it. During the editing process we left a few things on the proverbial cutting room floor, just to try and keep the length manageble. 

Don't worry, we keep it pretty light (we hope). 

Join us for a quirky look at a quirky satirical movie.

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We interrupt your regularly scheduled podcast to provide you with this special Christmas episode. A break from our previous conversations, Brian presents you with the traditional event in his house; the annual viewing of National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation.

It's a watch-along, so you will recieve cues to start the movie. Also, be warned, there is an intermission at 42:12.

Oh, and some swearing. There's some of that too.

 

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Ep 17 Robots

Ewan Macgregor leads a rag-tag band of outmodes against the corporate greed of a once proud and inspiring company, Mel Brooks' Big Weld. A kindly Walt Disney-esque robot that encourages his fellow robots to "See a need, fill a need!" 
Robin Williams discovers his feminine side and a robot with "trunk space" carries her frineds in her butt.  HMMM
Did we like it?  Will it be relegated to General Population?  Give it a listen and find out.

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Once again, specific articles of speech are the order of the day. "The" is an important word and it is in the title of this movie twice, so it must mean something. 
When should you read the book that a movie is made from, before or after? Or should you wait 600 days after reading the book before you see the movie.

We discuss all of this, and more, in our latest episode.

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Episode 15, we learn what specific articles of speech are. "The" Heat does not star Robert DeNiro and Al Pacino, it does star Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy.  Is this "just" a movie, or does it explore deep seated social issues?
Do Dan and Brian feel "The Heat" of this movie, or will it be relegated to General Population?
We'll talk about all that and more.

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In this episode we proceed in a gradual, subtle way, but with harmful effects. as we discuss "Insidious". It's a scary movie, not like Scooby-Doo scary, but we'll tackle it anyway, going Further than we ever have before. (Ok, we make some bad jokes about the movie, but you should listen anyway!!)

We have guests!!! Brian watched the movie with teen-aged girls, because that's what scary movies are for.  

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Ep 13 Genres

We take a slight turn from our randomness and have a conversation about genres that we enjoy, and that feature heavily on our shelves.

Horror movies and musicals, two great tastes, that taste great together. Who likes what? Is there singing? Is that a horror?

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There has been an awakening, we're not sure what or who that means, but Brian's wife Kristi joins us to try and figure it all out.  In our Episode XII, we try something a little different, we pick three likes, dislikes, and questions about Episode VII.
It's long, but we had a lot of fun and we hope you will too. 
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We found Scooby Doo, he's in an anthology DVD of his "scariest" tales.  We're not sure if they are really the scariest tale, but they brought back some memories. Brian's daughter Mackenna joins the conversation as out "pro from Dover" Take a walk down memory lane as we discuss the (maybe) post economic apocalyptic world that Scooby Doo lives in.
Where do they get gas money for The Mystery Machine? Does the Scooby gang really believe in ghouls and ghosts?

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Ep 10 Cars

Episode 10 Double digits!!!! We go for a nostalgic drive down Route 66 (in our minds). NASCAR and Computer Animation, it's a good time.  Boogity Boogity Boogity!!!! Should Dan relocate Planes based on our revelation? Is Cars one of Pixar's best? Where did they hide those Easter Eggs? 
Give a listen and find out.

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