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It's movie trivia time! Call in and test your knowledge of cinema with the Movie Geeks and win prizes. Special guests include composer Austin Wintory (Grace) and filmmaker/film score enthusiast Amin Matalqa (Captain Abu Raed), who will face off on a round of Name That Film Score. PLUS, the premiere of the new score from Sylvester Stallone's The Expendables from composer Brian Tyler.
The first rule of Drunken Trivia is you don't talk about Drunken Trivia! This week we jump in our Delorean and travel back to the 1990's as Saucey takes on Comedic Master Mind, from The Comedy Central Show "Big Time Hollywood Florida" Jon Bass in 90's Comedy Movie Trivia. Does our Drunken Ninja Master have the Comedy Chops to take down this Crackerjack of Crass Comedy, or will Jon Bass go all Costanza on Saucey's Ass and take home a Well Earned Victory?
Tune in this Friday for all the Cheesy 90's Comedy Trivia we can Chuckle Directly into your Grungy Retro EarHoles!
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REELTALk with Da Director
8:00pm-Pre intro “Quiet on the set .. Lights.. Roll Camera, ACTION!”
Show Topic(s) - Top 5 Stephen King Inspired Films
8:30pm- Topic Discussion Top 5 Stephen King Films
9:00pm – Stephen King Trivia
9:15pm Breakfast Club 30th anniversary
The Movie Geeks discuss the latest releases, including Spy and She's Funny That Way, and consider the career of Peter Bogdanovich, the unique voice of critic Pauline Kael, the annual 48 Hour Filmmaker Challenge, and the 20 greatest WTF endings in the history of movies.
Do you have to be high in order to laugh here? No, but for a whole lot of this movie it sure feels that way. It’s really too bad MacFarlane relies so much on the weed breaks he slots so often in this movie. Not only do they slow the fun, they feel repetitive and lazy. And, as we have seen in so much of his work, when MacFarlane tries, he really can deliver some very funny and, as is his signature, topically targeted stuff.
There’s no real way to prepare yourself for the flat out marvel of Inside Out, the Pixar release that not only revives the studio’s legacy, but the whole concept of family entertainment. Yes, this gorgeously animated story is based on the lives of the innermost emotions of an 11 year old girl, but its keen perceptions, astonishing concept and goofy humor make this a movie that will dazzle viewers of any age.
Proving it’s not just looks, but heart, the effectively packaged but very uneven entertainment delivers a few things that are just darn irresistible. There is certainly a whole lot of dry humping, which stands in for choreography. But even if watching that isn’t your cup of tea, you will undoubtedly enjoy the real charm all the guys bring, especially Channing Tatum whose always watchable and slyly eloquent work makes this Mike magical indeed.
Boys will be boys. You were expecting Shakespeare, maybe? Melissa McCarthy in the role she and we have been waiting for.
Don’t sweat it if you’re running a little late for the screening you bought tickets for. Not much happens in this chapter’s first hour or so. And then all hell breaks loose, delivering exactly what you bought those tickets to see.
Listen, there's dinosaurs, John Williams music and Star Lord. It'll either be good summer time fun, or a big heaping pile of dino droppings all over the magic that was the original. Starring trained velociraptors, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and some kids in peril. According to the tagline, "The Park is Open"... tune in Sunday, June 14 at 1:30 PM PST to find out whether or not we think it's worth a visit.