Before he was The Crow, Brandon Lee single-footedly kicked the ass of each and every bad guy in this martial arts mishmash. (The inaccurately titled) Rapid Fire inadvertently explores B-movie existentialism: "If the fighting is good enough, do you even need a plot?” We know the answer. Do you?

Studio Ghibli - known for creativity and dazzling animated mythology - also created this uncomplicated tearjerker. Wars not make one great; what might it take to make a war movie great? Brainstorm with the boys on this not-so-childish cartoon.

Jack Nicholson must be insane to think an asylum is an escape from a prison work farm. He's shocked to learn how wrong he was when he tangles with Nurse Ratched in a battle fo wills. Lay back on the couch, close your eyes and tell us how your feel about this mind-bending review.

Getting sucked into a video game is every kid's dream. Turns out every movie reviewer too. Jeff Bridges takes a byte out of crime in this cyber-adventure. Is Version 1.0 still the best? Unencrypted answer if you log on, User.

Realty unravels for a rich playboy after surviving a car cash and then being accused of killing his dream girl. Penelope Cruz costars in this and the US remake, Vanilla Sky. We unplug from the Matrix to bring you our best review yet... again.

Odds are you haven't seen Clive Owen's debut: a neo-noir casino crime story about a croupier with a sense of morality as random as the roulette wheel he spins. Is it worth another round? Place your bets and tune in for the answer.

Tom Hanks and Shelley Long go wrong when they buy a home for a song. Is this fixer-upper comedy still worth the time? We tear down The Money Pit in this wreck of a review.

Pick the two best, two worst and the two that surprised you most and see how your taste overlaps with ours! We go "meta" for our 100th episode. Join us and together we can rule the Podcast Universe.

Out namesake film star Steve Marin as an outrageous neurosurgeon stuck married to a gold digger (Kathleen Turner) but in love with a disembodied brain. Is this totally relatable, zany comedy worth naming your firstborn podcast after? Hear us pick our brains and, perhaps change our minds.

It's 6am and today we review Groundhog Day. It's 6am and today we review Groundhog Day. It's 6am and today we review Groundhog Day. It's 6am and today we review Groundhog Day.

Soggy Bottom USA might imply you’ll wet your pants watching this swampy comedy. Or, not. This moonshinin', dog-racin', country-singin', fur-tradin', boat-buildin' crime/con/love story explores the moviemaking sin of becoming so 'bogged' down with subplot, its real purpose becomes murkier than a steamin' dog fart (which is actually a highlight). Come on, y'all--hear our best review yet!

Never grow old. Never die. But you must feed, Michael. This Peter Pan-inspired vampire flick from 1987 does the impossible - makes the 80's look cool and bloodsucking cooler. We stick our necks out to critique The Lost Boys and invite you to sink your teeth into our flesh... err, podcast.

Richard Pryor (after the fire) is a pitcher who can get 10x richer if he spends 30mil whilst revealing nil, leaving nothing to his name at the end of this one-month inheritance game. Is this high stakes remake worth a second take... or just a head shake?

The Friday the 13th producer made this much tamer murder mystery about a group of friends spending a scary night in an old house on an island. It begs the question: does April Fool's Day put the laughter in slaughter? Or is it just a joke?

Werner Herzog's Fitzcarraldo follows a man so obsessed with bringing Opera to the Amazon he enlists natives to carry a steamboat across land. Burden of Dreams is the documentary that follows Werner Herzog, a man so obsessed with filming a movie in the Amazon he enlists natives to carry a steamboat across land. Insanity ensues, but should we look away?

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