This week, Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker watched Mission: Impossible 2: Even More Impossible-er! It’s directed by John Woo, who didn’t direct the Ice Storm, nor did he direct Double Team. Both Elijah and Robin seem a little confused about who exactly John Woo is. The Killer… he did the Killer… Right? Come on, man, look it up yourself.
This movie has all the things you’d want from a tough-as-nails, spyhard movie. It has Beloved in it. it has horse racing. it has slow motion, upside-down, dual-gun, gun-fu. There’s a part where Tom Cruise lowers himself down on a zipline thing and stops right before he hits the ground. Also, motorcycles.
Did I mention Beloved is in this?
So, as the dog days of summer really rev into high gear and my metaphors get mixed more than a jug of sweet iced tea, kick back, grab yourself some high octane, brain melter intoxicants and watch along with the Movie Show! Awooooo!
Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker take a trip up the ol’ Amazon to investigate the much-rumored Anaconda. Things really start to heat up with the introduction of Jennifer Lopez, John Voight and Ice Cube… that guy is still calling himself Ice Cube. It’s 2015, he still calls himself Ice Cube and we all pretend that isn’t silly.
Enjoy. or don’t, what do I care?
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we did it, guys, we finally made a Movie Show episode that clocks in under an hour. We were helped in this endeavor by some serious technical difficulties and the movie itself isn’t exactly something to write your mother about.
Elijah Brubaker and Robin Morrison Examine the bland 90’s crime-chase movie, Judgment Night. It’s about a night where these guys get judged… I guess.
Elijah’s impersonation of Cuba Gooding Jr. is spot on.
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Hey man, it’s time to kick back by the fire with a little grass and chill out with the Venusians. Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker watch the 60’s counterculture freak-out, Easy Rider.
Wake up, bro, you’re being mind-controlled by the system. I know it’s a bummer to hear the truth but maybe it’s time to drop a little acid with Toni Basil in a graveyard, man. We’re blowing minds, here at The Movie Show, or as we’re callin it this week The Groovy Show.
Last week’s episode was a mammoth so we’re putting up a short bonus episode while we whittle it down to size. In this episode Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker discuss the films of Mark Wahlberg while deciding if they really want to watch Transformers: Age Of Ultron.
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This week Robin Morrison has a great idea to change things up for the Movie Show and Elijah Brubaker promptly shits all over everything. The fellas watch a trio of short films. It’s a mixed bag and opinions are thrown out, as always, without a care in the world.
Thrill to the sci-fi masterpiece that is Predator: Dark Ages. It’s a film about Predator… in the dark ages.
Weep at the dramatically taught and hellaciously over lit, Cold. A film about real issues… Maaaaan.
Smile crazily at the goony weirdness of Kung Fury. A hyperkinetic nostalgia-fest starring Hitler and David Hasselhoff.
Robin (V.I.N.Cent) Morrison and Elijah (Old B.O.B.) Brubaker are joined by Milo (Maximilian) George as they put their collective spinning propellors to the test and see if they can outgun Disney’s, The Black Hole. In part two of this review of the film, the fellas ask important questions like “why’s it called The Palomino?” and “Do robots have dicks?” They also briefly ponder the meaning of existence once the end of the movie rolls around because “Whaaaaaa..?”
So strap yourself into your escape pod and try to survive The Black Hole!
Robin Morrison and Elijah Brubaker talk Black Holes with guest common-tater, Milo George. It’s an enthusiastic trip down memory lane as the guys discuss both the Maximilians in this movie, as well as Yvette Whats-her-name and space-Borgnine.
This is part one of two because, man… Those dudes can really gab it up.