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June 24, 2016

SR Podcast (Ep. 70): Picasso Trigger – Movie Commentary: June 2016

Picasso Trigger
1988 | Action | 1hr 39mins
 
It’s Friday! So we thought another  
Movie Commentary was in order!
Continuing our marathon of the one and only Andy Sidaris. If this is your first time, Sidaris is the king of B-Rated films that pretty much only contains the 3 elements any film really ever needs Bullets, Babes and Sex!
Today we let lose on Picasso Trigger, another solid entry into the Sidaris legacy. 
“Double agent Picasso Trigger is assassinated in Paris by double-crossing bad guy Miguel Ortiz. Then Ortiz begins eliminating agents of The Agency who were involved in his brother’s death. The Agency (belatedly) springs into action to stop Ortiz’ heinous activities. The usual gunplay, romance, and nifty toys with bombs ensue.” 
 So grab a cold one and get ready for a thrill of a lifetime, because kids this is…
 Picasso Trigger!

July 13, 2015

SR Podcast (Ep.51): Back to School – Movie Commentary: July 2015

We are back again for another Monday Night
Movie Night!

After that big 50th episode we took a bit of a break and sat down to watch the 1986 classic Back to School. We figured a few laughs was in order since a murder took place on that last podcast.

Back to School
96 mins / Comedy / 1986

“To help his discouraged son get through college, a fun-loving and obnoxious rich businessman decides to enter the school as a student himself.”

Music Notes

Back to School – Jude Cole

Twist and Shout – Rodney Dangerfield

Back To School – Oingo Boingo

March 25, 2015

Big Time in Hollywood, FL – Series Premiere

Big Time in Hollywood, FL : Brilliant 

(Series Premiere)

Tonight Big Time in Hollywood, FL Premieres (March 25 at 10:30/9:30c) on Comedy Central and it’s simply Brilliant. 
Why is it Brilliant? Because it had me laughing the whole time. “Laughing” is something I have been dying to experience for awhile now. Every Comedy show that premieres seems to loss its steam after awhile (I’m betting with Stiller this won’t). There hasn’t been a film that has come out that I honestly laughed throughout the entire run-time. 
Comedy has been pretty dead on both TV and Film.
Fast forward to when I laid my eyes on Big Time In Hollywood, FL. The other night I was on YouTube watching my subscriptions. An ad from Comedy Central pops up before a video and its the complete first episode of Big Time. I was about to skip it but it kept me drawn in. This was a 20 minute ad and I sat through the whole thing with a skip button to my right. I did not skip. Instead the crazy idea of two brothers who love film making kept my eyes fixated to the screen. It’s stupid fun, fun in which I haven’t had in awhile. For me Comedy Central is a channel I usually have on. But my normal CC shows have been disappearing. Only show left on CC that I look forward to watching is South Park. 
Well not anymore. 
Hollywood, FL is a show that I will be watching. 
From IMDB: Big Time In Hollywood, FL Follows two delusional brothers, who are self-proclaimed filmmakers, as they are kicked out of their parent’s house and end up on an epic cinematic journey.
A cast that includes Ben Stiller (also Producer), Stephen Tobolowsky, Kathy Baker and Keith David already have my attention. But the premise holds me even more. Alex Anfanger and Lenny Jacobson are funny. Their dimwit is just perfect. Usually I find dimwit to be annoying, It can ruin the experience (Penny from Dumber and Dumber To). But I honestly feel this will work. With Ben Stiller I have no doubts.
I don’t want to waste your time with my horrible writing, instead watch the episode tonight or below.
Please give it a watch!

July 27, 2012

Skin Deep

Skin Deep: Cockfighting

This film is simply about a womanizing writer with a drinking problem. His life is falling apart, he has writers block and is still in love with his ex-wife. He’s trying to fix his problems but keeps seeing woman who he must have.

Overall its a great film. Some very funny scenes including a very well known cockfighting scene.

John Ritter’s acting just steals every film he was in and this is one of them.

Watch this it’s Funny, it has John Ritter, it’s a underrated film and its a Blake Edwards film.




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