Apr
06

BMFcast119 – The Passion of the Callan

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Cross (2011) is reviewed, starring and produced by Brian Austin Green and Jake Busey. It’s our burden to bear and no matter what you may think of it, we wash our hands of this entire event.

 

Second half we talk a couple of documentaries and take some listener voicemails/emails. Enjoy!

 


Here’s a video preview of us insulting an entire region of the United States!

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  1. Blair Russell says:

    Oh man, I laughed when I saw you guys reviewed this. I haven’t seen it except for the trailer, but when I did I knew to avoid as it just looked stupid and the plot was blah. After hearing the review, I know I will never see it. What a confusing and cheap mess it sounds like.

    And while I seem to be one of the few heterosexual males who not only do not like her but don’t think she’s hot at all, I think it’s amusing that Brian Green couldn’t get his wife to appear in this vanity project…

    Ha at the Rock-afire Explosion talk. Talk about bringing back real old memories. I need to see that documentary somehow, given that I am not a Netflix user.

    Not to give away the ending of the episode, but I once saw a Ron Jeremy “film” called SUPER HORNIO BROS. Yes, apparently it’s extremely rare in 2012 from doing some quick Google research, but I watched it almost 15 years ago. It’s awful in a hilarious way.

  2. Chuck says:

    I’ve seen that Ron Jeremy film. Somehow, sadly, I’ve seen way too many Ron Jeremy films.

  3. MusiM says:

    Oh man is this movie divisive! Its like Maki and Chuck switched roles.

  4. Sunny California says:

    I love these, never stop doing them.

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