Archive for 2000s
Fred Claus (2007) is our gift to you this holiday season. May the tidings of Oscar winners and tiny Luda be upon you and yours.
Shark Attack 3: Megalodon (2002) is how we open Sharksgiving. CGI sharks, stilted dialog and insane performances by our main cast members make this something special.
Bailey’s Billion$ (2005) is our choice for the second week of Dogust Two. We’re joined by special guest Walt since Harlo steadfastly refused to participate this week. The movie is another G-rated nightmare, but this one features Tim Curry, Jennifer Tilly’s cleavage and a talking dog voiced by Jon Lovitz. Also, BMFcast alum Dean Cain.
You Got Served (2004) is how we celebrate episode 227. If you think you got what it takes to review this movie better, bring it. That’s what we thought, chump.
Second half we talk Godzilla (2014) and Her. Then take some listener corresponDANCE. Enjoy!
Spymate (2006) is our final movie for APEril. We’ve teased our watching it since way back during our James Bond marathon and now its time has come.
Second half we discuss In Your Eyes, the Star Wars prequel trilogy and more. Enjoy!
MVP 2: Most Vertical Primate (2001) is our first movie for APEril. Watch Jack hang with Al (from Home Improvement) and get some sick air and also mostly play hockey.
Scorcher (2002) is our second movie for March Dacascos and this time Mark is totally miscast as a military guy who has absolutely no idea how to fight. Rutger Hauer plays the President who decides the only way to save the planet is to detonate a nuke in Los Angeles.
Cutaway (2000) is our final movie of 2013. If you like movies about skydiving, this might be the movie for you. If you like movies that bother with any plot other than skydiving, it probably isn’t.
Second half we quickly talk about a few catchup movies of 2013 and then on to the Golden Jox awards for the year. Enjoy!
Santa Buddies (2009) kicks off our holiday season by revisiting those miserable talking dogs from Super Buddies. This time though the CG is worse and it nearly kills our holiday spirit. Which is ironic because the movie is all about why we should have the holiday spirit.
The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (2000) is our surprise bonus Rocktober movie. Only surprise is that we finished watching the movie. Special guest Walt joins us to replace a missing Maki.