Archive for Rutger Hauer

Dec
15

BMFcast404 – Nighthawks – Peek A Boo Cop

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Nighthawks (1981) combines two of our favorites, Rutger Hauer and Sylvester Stallone (along with Billy Dee Williams) in the story of a couple beat cops tasked with stopping an international terrorist. Does this slow burn thriller pay off for us?

In the second half we go nuts with movies, as we’ve all been quite busy watching the movie based on The Room (2003), The Disaster Artist (2017); hit up Netflix for Master of None and the longly-titled documentary Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond – Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton (2017); catch up on some new comedies in The House (2017) and Baywatch (2017); get weird with Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) and weirder with Colossal (2017); and delve into blockbuster fare with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017), Jurassic World (2015) and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015). That might be the longest sentence we’ve ever put together.

Want to get in touch with us? E-mail us at bmf@bmfcast.com or call the Garfield Hotline at 910-5JOX-BMF (910-556-9263). Enjoy!

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Sep
15

BMFcast242 – Starmonica

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Catching criminals in a split second.

Wanted Dead or Alive (1986) is a return for Rutger Hauer. We’ve had some shaky offerings with him before but we may be alright here as he’s chasing after Gene Simmons and aided by Robert Guillaume.

 

Second half we discuss random movies including Gravity, Predator 2 and Viva. Then get into a lengthy discussion thanks to a single email. Enjoy!

 

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Mar
15

BMFcast217 – LeBron Scores 40

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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.

Second half we talk some random movies including The Lego Movie, 12 Years A Slave and Smokey and the Bandit. Plus listener correspondence and more. Enjoy!

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Mar
18

BMFcast74 – Helen Killer

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He looks too happy to contain any fury.

Blind Fury (1989) is reviewed this episode. Rutger Hauer headlines this action comedy movie and it seems as unsure of its direction as someone who has bad direction. What? You didn’t think we’d pick on the handicapped did you? There’s enough of that in this movie for everyone.

Then second half we take listener voicemail that delves in to a regurgitation of Jackass 3(d) and talk of various cunning stunts. Enjoy.

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