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We review the movies… On our shelves.

So, Vacation doesn't get in the way of a podcast episode. even DisneyWorld can't stop the signal!!! Oops, wrong movie!
This episode we dive into the third installment of The Mummy franchise (can we call it that?) 
New Evie and Brendan Fraser go to China to save the world (again) from a mummy that was raised from it's tomb (again), but this time. 
After all of their years of UMM spy work, they accept one last mission to bring a valuable gem to the land of three headed dragons for no reason. (or do they). We answer all that, and more (or at least talk about it ;) ).

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Episode 31!!! There are no strings on us!! We revisit the second in Disney's feature length animation stable and ask the hard questions! 
Why does Geppetto have a grade school primer laying around his house? How long can you live in a whale?  How does Jiminy Cricket breathe underwater? 
The first rendition of the Disney national anthem!
All that and different recording location.

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Is it live, is it Memorex? What happened to Deckard and Rachel? Did we need this movie to be made? Will it suffer the same fate as other 35 year later sequels?
Our first random listener selected episode. Thanks for your siggestions, and keep them coming. 

Also, as mentioned, here are links to Dome City Blues and Angel City Blues

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Do we really know who the criminal mastermind Keyser Soze is?  We'll line up a few of the usual suspects and try to tear down Verbal's story.

Nineties movies seem to be reaching a peak. Will they peak here?  Join us as we take a quick trip back to 1995 to talk about The Usual Suspects.

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Wyatt, Virgil, and Morgan Earp have arrived in Tombstone, so what do we do? Talk about accents and the romantic notions of the Old West in America.
We throw off the rose-colored glasses and look at the dirtier side of history. Do we romanticize the American West? Was it as great as some seem to think?  Or was it harsh and difficult?
We answer all these questions and more as we talk about 1993' Tombstone.

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Dan watched a musical!!! Dan watched a musical!!! and there was much rejoicing, yay!

Brian watched a musical, not a surprise!  It's Rock of Ages, with Tom Cruise on vocals, Julianne Hough singing and, um, dancing?  She's definitely dancing, maybe not the way you think.

It's a cavalcade of songs fromthe eighties and right in Brian's (and Dan's) formative teen-age years.  The songs you know by heart sung by some people you didn't think of singing them :)  

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Bum, Bum-Bum, BUH-BUM, Bum, bum BUM!!!!!!!  

WARNING: THERE ARE SPOILERS TALKED ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE!!!!!

Dan and I are both tremendous fans of the Marvel MCU series of movies and this weekend, in what is billed as a culmination of 10 years and 18 films, Avengers: Infinity War opened in theaters around the globe. 

We deviate from the "Is this on your shelf?" question and ask, "Will this be on your shelf?" 

Why? Because we love the franchise and this is a monumental moment in movie history. One of the most ambitious projects ever undertaken deserved an episode of our little podcast. (At least we thought so).

On a cool note, we also get some audience reaction immediately following the movie.

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Ep 26 Se7en

One of the themes of Se7en is patience, and we appreciate yours. Real life got in the way of what should have been a live episode.  
Happily, seven days later (and yes, this episode will be release at 7:07 on the SEVENteeth) we were able to release this episode.
It could have been so much longer and we wander a bit, but we hope you enjoy it.

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Hail Caeser! Leader of the free monkeys, er um uh, APES.  To our simian listeners, my apologies. To our human listeners, it was a joke. :)  

We ramble on about 2017's War for the Planet of the Apes, and, sadly, not Battle for the Planet of the Apes. The third movie in the most recent reboot trilogy of the original Planet of the Apes movies. (Still good, after all these years)

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English accent or not, Kevin Costner's stunt butt steals the show, or does it?  Entry 4,945 in the legend of Robin Hood and his, um, merry men, gives us slightly different take on Desert Storm/Desert Sheild (Which also happened in 1991.
We have a couple of laughs at Will Scarlett and his sadness and a few laughs at Alan Rickman's madness.  (Poet in Sherwood)
We marvel at medical technology and Boss Nass from The Phantom Menace. Yes, we go there and it's pertinent.

The episode covers a wide range of topics, wandering away from the movie, but bringing it back on point pretty quickly. (Not really, but it sounds good doesn't it?)

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