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Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Episode 306: Islands in the Streaming 2: In the Mood

With the holiday season fast approaching, you'll have plenty of time to watching movies on whatever platform you subscribe to. But of course, you may not know what to watch!

That's where Dave, Mikey & Pinky come in, bringing in Friend of the Show Wit Stillman Fan, Film Historian, Brie Fan (Larsen, Allison, Cheese), Terence Malick Apologist and Nobel Prize Winning Turn Your Head and Cough Guy, Dr Earl!!!

The guys tackle different genres and tell you which movies they recommend under each.

Action, Animation, Comedy, Documentary, Drama, Horror/Suspense, Kids & Family, Sci/Fi Fantasy, Chick Flicks and then each gives a "wild card", one more recommendation that doesnt fit under any category.

Movies across Amazon, Netflix, Starz, HBO Go and more.  Almost 50 films to choose from, to give you something to watch!

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Episode 305: Winter Preview 2017-2018

The new movies of the season are coming!   Mikey, Pinky & Dave takes on all the films fit to know about from December to February, including those with Oscar buzz.

And in the middle of the preview, a discussion on separating film from actor when it comes to the horrible actions of those like Harvey Weinstein & Kevin Spacey.

Avoiding the conversation, coming in late, is Friend of the Show, Wit Stillman Fan, Brie Lover (Larsen, Allison, Cheese), Film Historian, Terrance Malick apologist and Nobel Prize winner for Urologist Dr Earl.

Also discussed, ...the "-has Fallen" movie series... Pinky has dyslexia... a Wes Studi bio... the quick story of Tonya Harding & Nancy Kerrigan...

And finally,


  • Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi (small indie film)
  • All the Money in the World (The film that dropped Spacey) 
  • Downsizing (the little people movie with Matt Damon)
  • Father Figures (Ed Helms/Owen Wilson comedy, not the George Michael movie)
  • Pitch Perfect 3 (it'll be Aca-Awesome)
  • The Greatest Showman (musical with Hugh Jackman)
  • Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (The Rock enters the Jumanji universe)
  • Insidious (another horror sequel)
  • The Commuter (Liam Neeson being Liam Neeson)
  • Paddington 2 (a sequel to the surprisingly delightful first one)
  • Proud Mary (Taraji P Henson as a hitwoman in an action film!)
  • 12 Strong (the story of the first special forces team deploys after 9/11)
  • Maze Runner: the Death Cure (the 3rd - and final? - installment of the series)
  • White Boy Rick (A McConaughey undercover 70s piece)
  • Untitled Cloverfield Movie (3rd film in the loosely connected Cloverfield universe)
  • Winchester: The House that Ghost Built (set in the infamous Winchester home)
  • The 15:17 to Paris (directed by Clint Eastwood)
  • Fifty Shades Freed (the completion of the crap trilogy)
  • The Hurricane Heist (Thieves attempt a heist while a Hurricane approaches. Of course)
  • Peter Rabbit (Live action & animated adventures of the classic tale)
  • Black Panther (last stop before The Avengers Infinity Wars)
  • Early Man (animated film from Chicken Run creators)
  • Annihilation (Mikey's girl Nat Portman in a sci-fi thriller)
  • The War with Grandpa (DeNiro in another bad grandpa role, but a family film)
  • Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool (a possible Old/young romance film)
  • Hostiles (Christian Bale & Rosamund Pike in an Indian adventure)
  • I, Tonya (the Tonya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan story)
  • Molly's Game (Aaron Sorkin's directorial debut)
  • Mudbound (direct to Netflix film about men returning from war)
  • The Shape of Water (an otherworldy fairy tale set in the Cold War)
  • The Post (another Meryl Street nomination)
  • The Phantom Thread (Daniel Day-Lewis' possible last movie)
  • The Disaster Artist (the story of the disastrous movie "The Room")
  • Wonder Wheel (the latest Woody Allen joint)



Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Episode 304: DeuceGiving 2017

It's the annual episode where Dave, Mikey & Pinky give their thanks to the movie industry for all the great things that have come about in the last year or so!  But first, welcome in Friend of the Show Wit Stillman Fan, Brie Lover (Larsen, Allison, Cheese), Film Historian, Terrance Malick apologist and Nobel Prize for Proctological Medicine Dr. Earl! 

A round of Box Office Mojo with a new twist transpires, #AllTheChris, and then a great gob of thanks to Ryan Gosling's agent... to Ridley Scott... to Marvel... to NetFlix... to Soderburgh... and even more! 

Also... MY MAN!!!  I DIG IT!!! ALRIGHT!!!

Plus a great review of Justice League. 

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Episode 303 - Overstuffed Movie Delights

You'd think that with discussing long movies, Dave, Mikey & Pinky would make it a long episode. Ironically, it only takes them an hour to tell you about their favorite movies that clock in at 150 minutes or more.

And what discussion about being long winded would be complete without the long winded Film Historian himself, the Wit Stillman fan, the Brie Lover (Allison, Larsen & the cheese), the Terrance Malick Apologist and winner of the Nobel Prize for Proctology, Dr Earl.

Kicking off the episode, Birthday Movies reminds you of the fabulous films that came out in previous Novembers like Fred Claus (2007) and Starship Troopers (1997) and Piranha II (1982) and of course Dave's 50th favorite film of all time, The Bodyguard!

Plus, a great reminder of Dr Earl's official diagnosis concerning the death of Whitney Houston.

Then, a rousing game of Denzel, with names like Harrison Ford and Martin Starr and Sam Waterston and of course, Denzel Washington!

Then, the Top Five takes on "overstuffed" movies, as in, those movies running 2 and a half hours or longer.  The crew gives movies ranging from 153 minutes to a whopping 295 minutes... and if you watched all 20 of these films straight in a row, you'd be watching for almost 65 straight hours.

Overstuffed films like Magnolia... Heat... Short Cuts... a Lord of the Rings film... JFK... and if you've ever wondered what is the most Inuit movie ever made, please pull up a sitting room chair to Dr. Earl's pretentious corner.

Also, Mikey's Wyatt Earp loses again to Dave's Tombstone.

And finally, America's favorite movie podcast segment featuring the musical stylings of OMD... Pretty in Pink!

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Episode 302: ReFlicktions Ragnarok 2049

The guys are back for November ReFlicktions, and all the movies Dave, Mikey & Pinky have seen. And joining the studio is Friend of the Show Wit Stillman Fan, Brie Lover (Larsen, Allison, Cheese), Film Historian, Terrance Malick, and Nobel Prize for Medicine Winning Surgeon Dr Earl!

Here, Pinky ranks the Friday the 13th movies... how to ruin a great cast... Sandler's serious roles... the beauty of Blade Runner... Pinky hates on Thor... Who is Marilyn Hotchkiss?... being Baumbachian... the wonder Spielberg... Kathy Najimi talk... light and fluffy Reese... the new Halloween film...

The guys list their top five of the year (so far) and finally, movie assignments... what awesome movies does Dave assign Pinky & Mikey, and what deplorable crap will Mikey have for Dave & Pinky?

Movies discussed:
The entire Friday the 13th series... Kingsman Secret Service... Gambit... The Meyerowitz Stories (new & selected)... Atomic Blonde... Split... Audrie & Daisy... An Open Secret... American Made... Blade Runner 2049... Same Kind of Different as Me... Too Funny to Fail: The Life & Death of the Dana Carvey Show... Lights Out... Thor Ragnarok... Get Smart... Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dance & Charm School... The Bad Batch... Hostel... Cell... Spielberg (doc)... The Nightmare Before Christmas... The Squid & the Whale... Wheel Man... Evil Dead 2... Bruce Campbell vs The Army of Darkness... Hocus Pocus... Home Again... The Babysitter... Happy Death Day... Free Fire... Jigsaw... The Foreigner... Get Out...

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

Episode 301: MikeTober Coffee

The Deucecast Movie Show now begins the road to Episode 400, as we move past Ep 300 into Ep 301!  Mike, Dave and Pinky are in-studio, bringing back Friend of the Show, Wit Stillman Fan, Brie (Alison, Larsen & the cheese) Lover, Terence Malick Apologist, Film Historian #Twitterless Dr Earl!

And to kick off November and the holiday season, Friend of the Show, Delightful Guest Jennifer Kaufman calls in!

A rousing round of Chronology occurs, with categories like "Saving Private Ryan Ryan Ryan Ryan", "You Can Do EEET" and "AB-Solutely Fabulous".  Pinky dominates this game... can he keep it up?

The topic on this episode all revolves around one of the major food groups -- coffee.  Coffee scenes in movies, to be exact.  Scenes from "You've Got Mail" and "Airplane" and "Glengarry Glen Ross" and more... and Dave's spot-off impersonation of Jimmy in "Pulp Fiction"

Then, the guys pay off MikeTober, where Mikey takes on the horror movies assigned and seen this past few weeks, with Carrie, Phantasm and more. Which will be his favorite??

Finally, Pinky discusses A Fish Called Wanda in this month's Pretty in Pink.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Episode 300: The Cavalcade of Stars

After many years and many late nights, Mikey, Pinky and Dave ring in the 300th episode of The Deucecast Movie Show.  First, the guys say hello to Producer Shawn and Lady Pinky (and then bye, as they leave quickly), and invite in Friend of the Show Wit Stillman Fan, Film Historian, Terrance Malick Apologist, Brie Fan (Allison, Larsen & Cheese) and World Renowned Proctimologist Dr Earl...

And then, the Cavalcade of Stars begins!

Shazbazzar, co-host of the TechnoRetro Dads podcast, joins the crew with some of his favorite films, including the original animated Lord of the Rings film, WarGames and the dangerous, unaccountable teenagers from the 1980s.  Plus, the first ever mention of "Rock & Rule".

When Remodeling Clay finally gets on the line, the gang plays an old school game of "Reel or Unreel", aka, "Faux or Show".  Plus an update on Clay's favorite films and a few documentary recommendations that we all have to see.

The Retrozap dot com Podcasting Network Podfather Retro Joe then comes on to discuss some of his favorite films, including Army of Darkness, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, and Ghostbusters.  Plus a discussion on Patriots Day, which took place around Joe's neck of the woods.  And with Retro Joe, a great round of Box Office Mojo on "Third Films in a Series".

To wrap up the Cavalcade of Stars, Jennifer Kaufman brings up some of her favorites she's seen this year, with Spotlight, A Fish Called Wanda and more.

Pinky then riffs on an assigned film, "Audition", one of those "Most disturbing movies ever made!"  More crap on Superman III and then, a throwback to an early sponsor of the show, Real Men of Genius.

To you, the listener and film fan, thanks so much for downloading, listening, and being a fan!

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Episode 299: BladeRunning MikeTober ReFlicktions

It's October once again, and it's time for the annual MIKETOBER MOVIES!!!   Mikey and Dave lead a Four Finger Show (Pinky-less, for a while) as they welcome in Friend of the Show, Wit Stillman Fan, Terrance Malick Apologist, Brie Lover (Larsen, Alison, Cheese), Film Historian and Butt implant expert Dr Earl.

Also in studio, the guys welcome back fan favorite and Boo of Producer Shawn (who is also in-studio), yes, its Lady Pinky.

Kicking off the show, intros and then a wife-loves-the-show discussion... Producer Shawn's incredible English accent... The Lady Pinky Patriot's Day Proposal... Kingsman Golden Circle compared to the first one... Lady Pinky breaks down "Robocop", "Moana" and "Back to the Future"... and Crispin Glover... Home Alone 3... Gold...

Movies discussed... Logan Lucky... Patriot's Day (sort of)... Robocop... Robocop (almost)... The Vietnam War (Ken Burns)... In Secret (d$'s Liz Olsen)... Kingsman Golden Circle... Hackers are People Too (doc)... Blade Runner 2049... Blade Runner... Gerald's Game... Moana (kind of)... Sharknado 4... The Bad Batch... Jiro Dreams of Sushi... Back to the Future (somewhat)...

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Episode 298: The Harrison Ford Sweet Sixteen

Another tourney bracket to find out what classic Harrison Ford role will join Nic Cage's "Castor Troy" in the Greatest Movie Roles Ever Bracket (coming 2019)
A four finger show, meaning no Pinky, commences with Mikey & Dave, with Wit Stillman Fan, Brie Lover (The Cheese, Larsen & Allison), Film Historian, Terrance Malick Apologist & World Famous Urologist Dr. Earl, plus Friend O'the Show Clay Shaver, host of the Remodeling Clay Podcast.

In a long awaited (by someone, surely) updated Be Kind // Rewind, Clay introduces the classic "Harry & the Hendersons" and gives the rundown about how it holds up. 

And amidst a great discussion on the gone potential of Julia Ormond and the underratedness of "Working Girl" and old "Sabrina" vs new "Sabrina", Harrison Ford being crotchety, the actual Harrison Ford bracket takes shape... Jack Trainer and Indiana Jones and John Book and Bob Falfa and Dekkard and on and on. 

Plus, alternate actors playing Indiana Jones & Han Solo.  Can you imagine Tom Selleck as Indy... and maybe Pacino as Solo?   OOOH AAH THE FORCE! 

Of course, it all comes down to Indy vs Solo, but it's a fun ride to get there!  

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Episode 297: Epic Adventures (with Paradigm Shift)

It's another epic episode of  the best movie podcast you are listening to right now, The Deucecast Movie Show, where Mikey, Dave and Pinky invite in the hosts of The Live Your List Podcast (and gurus of the Paradigm Shift), new friends of the show Ryan Eller, Jerrod Murr and Kyle the Intern.  (And joining soon after, the movie historian, Terrance Malick apologist, Wit Stillman Fan, Brie Lover (Alison, Larsen & the cheese), world renown urologist Dr Earl)


Eller, Murr, & Kyle the Intern are epic national and world travelers and give you, the audience, a taste of what the Paradigm Shift is all about, and what Living Your List might mean.

Next, Kyle the Intern displays his great impression skills by explaining Star Wars through a series of his world accents.

The guys then dive into a great game of Box Office Mojo with Tom Cruise films -- dedicated to Live Your List's 11:11 game.

And then all the guys dive into Epic Adventure Movies... movies that... well... are epic... and take you on an adventure... movies like... Willow!  Interstellar!  Lord of the Rings!  Mad Max!  And for the first time a dive into The Gods Must Be Crazy.

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Episode 296: Goodbye Pinky (maybe) ReFlicktions

The guys are back and more movie-er than ever, as Pinky, Mikey & Dave come in to discuss all the movies seen since the last time they discussed movies they'd seen.  But they don't like doing it alone, as they invite in Friend of the Show, resident Wit Stillman fan, Brie Lover (Alison, Larsen & the cheese), Terence Malick apologist, film historian and world renowned pituitary gland surgeon Dr. Earl, and then Friend of the Show

Birthday movies kick off the show, including celebrating (!) the 5, 10, 15, 20 and more year anniversaries of gems like Swimf@n, Captain Ron, Ballistic: Ecks vs Sever and Amityville II: The Possession.

Discussions including Jake LaMotta... The Rocky series, especially the original... the worst movie Dave has ever assigned Mikey... R-Pat & K-Stew... the definitive werewolf performances... Burgess hates Aaron Taylor-Johnson... whoever the crap Tom Ford is... some of the origins of IT... the look of the re-issue of Close Encounters... Dave's favorite movie of the year... and lots of Colors.

And a deep discussion about the movie Burgess describes as "Glorious trash"

Oh, and more Tickled talk!

Movies discussed include: Raging Bull... Checkpoint... Chopping Mall... Good Time... American Werewolf in London... 13 Conversations About One Thing... The Founder... Once Bitten... The Belko Experiment... Tickled... Peggy Sue Got Married... Arthur... Stephen King's IT... Death Note... Close Encounters of the Third Kind (re-release)... Creed... Wind River... Young Frankenstein... Becoming Bond...



Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Episode 295: Sidewalk Review // Fall Movie Preview

Welcome back to the best movie podcast you're listening to at this very moment, with Mikey, Dave, and Pinky attempting to tickle your movie senses.

Joining the guys in-studio is both Wit Stillman Fan, Terrence Malick Apologist, Lover of All Things Brie (Alison, Larsen, Cheese), Film Historian Extraordinaire & World Renowned Urologist Dr Earl, and then Miss Independent, Friend of the Show Jeremy Burgess.

After a quick introduction, plus a rundown of movies that have eminated from Birmingham's Sidewalk Film Fest, and a shout out to Mr Worldwide Pit Bull, the guys get into a rousing round of The Ryan Phillippe Game -- Morgan Freeman! Steven Spielberg! Kevin Spacey!  And much more, including a Triggered Dr. Earl.

A Sidewalk Film Fest brings a quick review of several movies that ran in the annual film festival in Birmingham, including the Whitney Houston documentary "Can I Be Me?", the Baltimore step-team doc "Step", some Yiddish language movie that only Burgess could love, and a flick that hit theaters over the summer, "A Ghost Story".

Then, the Fall Movie Preview, taking you from September to November and all the major films set to debut in theaters.

Among topics and movies discussed... The genius of Ed Harris... Stephen King movies... 70s tennis... Tom Cruise's strange role... "mother!"'s strange trailer... a lesson on Denis Villenueve's name... another Noah Baumbach film about family... "The Justice League Cloverfield"... Greta Gerwig... Burgess' top Indy films coming soon... Frances McDormands Oscar chances...


Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Episode 294: Forgotten Childhood Movies (ft Gina Grad)

In one of the greatest "Gets" in The Deucecast Movie Show history, Dave & Mikey & Pinky invite in Gina Grad, co-host of 100.3 The Sound in LA, and "news chicks" from The Adam Carolla Show.

First up, Gina gives her almost-spot-on and more comical-than-you-would-think Gwen Stefani impression, then the guys and Gina play a round of IMDb -- starting at the bottom of an actor or actress' IMDb body of work, each movie is called out from the beginning to the current day.

Including the possible first ever utterance of the name "Gregory Hines".

Then, everyone dives into the topic for the night, movies big in the guys' (and Gina's) childhood, but are never talked about... no "Ghostbusters" or "The Goonies" or "Star Wars"... but... movies that should "Fair is fair!"... movies that feed Dave's childhood crush on Nancy McKeon, in a movie that would be horrific today... bad dinosaur graphics... weird family relations in the attic... Sandy Duncan & the glass eye... movie poster artistry... and who does Gina call "an American treasure"?

Plus Troop Beverly Hills!
Meredith Salinger vs Jami Gertz!
Keep Forgettin' The Doobie Brothers!
Mary Gross & FEDs!!
The Michael J Fox oeuvre!
Gina Grad's Solarplexes!!
Vintage Dabney Coleman!!
And Gina shrieks over Scott Schwartz!!!

Oh, and "The Peanut Butter Solution".


Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Episode 293: Movies We Should Have Seen (with Garrison Ryfun)

It's time to pull back the curtains as the hosts of your favorite movie podcast, The Deucecast Movie Show, and give you some secrets... as in, Mikey, Dave and Pinky reveal to the world movies they have NOT seen.

And to curb the embarrassment, they invite in Friend of the Show, Spawn of Scott Ryfun, young Garrison Ryfun to chime in with the films he's ashamed to admit he's never watched.

A round of Denzel starts the show off, and then, all talk about the movies that the guys ought to have watched by now.

Classic movies!  Recent movies!  Old school and new school!

Plus, what ARE the Blues Brothers running from?  What is Edward Norton's best role? Does Mikey hate Robert Redford?  Did FF Coppola get stupid after Godfather movies? What is so uncomfortable about "Deliverance"?  And how much blame does Scott Ryfun take for his son not seeing the classics?

Then... the battle of the Padawans... who has seen more films between Pinky & Garrison?

Finally, America's favorite movie segment involving OMD music and Molly Ringwald... Pinky discusses the 80s cult classic "Willow".

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Episode 292: Mike & Dave's Islands in the Streaming

It's a four finger show (no Pinky) as Mike and Dave hold the ship down this week. Pinky had senior portraits, but he'll be back next week, we promise.

This week, the guys dive into streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Crackle and more and find the best movies out there that you may have missed.

Also, a quick discussion on Disney's new streaming service coming in a year or two... a quick recap of Costner Sports films...  the Keatonaissance...  the career of F. Gary Grey... Willem Dafoe's CIA character... Soderbergh's comeback part 1... Star Wars Hype vs Infinity War Hype... Porg fears...

Movies discussed include:
Always... Tango & Cash... Tin Cup... Quiz Show... Changing Lanes... Liberal Arts... Gung Ho... The Resurrection of Jake the Snake... Mars Attacks... Breakdown... The Italian Job... Clear & Present Danger... The Hunt for Red October... Harsh Times... The Mod Squad... Raid Redemption... Krull... Young Guns... Traffic... Radio Flyer... The Matrix Trilogy... Sea of Love... Sydney White... The Addams Family... Hiro Dreams of Sushi... Dear Zachary... Lord of War... Dead Calm

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Episode 291: The Nic Cage Sweet Sixteen

It's a Cage Fight!  It's a Cagey Episode!  Just in the Nic of time!  Okay, okay... join Mikey, Dave & Pinky as they introduce a new series for The Deucecast Movie Show, a series called "The Sweet Sixteen".

In this series, an actor or actress with many iconic roles have those roles tossed into a bracket, and one by one, the guys whittle down the best role of them all.

First up, the man, the myth, the legend known as Nicolas Cage... 16 of his greatest performances go head to head... Castor Troy!  Benjamin Gates!  Cameron Poe!  Stanley Goodspeed!  Memphis Raines!  Ghost Rider!  And much more!  And who better to  tackle the enigma known as Cage than a man who is an enigma himself, the resident Wit Stillman Fan, the Terrence Malick apologist, the Brie Lover (cheese, Larsen, Alison), and (in)famous urologist, Dr Earl.

Moderating the action is bracket maker, the art designer and podcaster extreme, Remodeling Clay Shaver.

Also, let the guys know who you want to see in a Sweet Sixteen Bracket!! 

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Episode 290: August ReFlicktions

It's August and it's another round of ReFlicktions (and this time, the guys keep it under 3 hours). Mikey, Dave, and Pinky bring in Friend of the Show, Wit Stillman Fan, Brie Lover (Allison, Larsen, cheese), Movie Historian, Terence Malick apologist, and world renowed urologist Dr Earl

Among the topics discussed, Earl doesn't like movie monkeys... Andy Serkis needing an Oscar... Pinky in the pretentious corner... great visuals in a not-so-great movie... Bond comedy... Boobs in PG Movies... movies made for Middle Schoolers who cannot spell their own name... a movie suggestion for Shaz & Shua in TechnoRetro Dads podcast... Keanu & anorexia...

Plus each of the guys give their current Top Ten of 2017... and then the film assignments include killer robots, 13 things, lots of Keaton, and more Bond.

Movies discussed:
In Like Flint… The Best Years of Our Lives… Mad Max (1979)… The Ex… Plastic Galaxy: The Story of Star Wars Toys… A Face in the Crowd (1957)…. War for the Planet of the Apes… I Saw the Light… Becoming Bond… Good Night & Good Luck… Valerian & the City of a Thousand Planets… Don’t Breathe… Raiders: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made… Mr. Mom… Electric Boogaloo… Kentucky Fried Movie… What We Do in the Shadows… Nerve… Bright Lights… 20th Century Women… To The Bone… Flatliners… Dunkirk… The Dark Tower… Sing… Passengers… The Duel… Crank… 

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Episode 289: The Han Solo Live Show

In the final live show of the summer, The Deucecast Movie Show hosts David and Mikey dive into the upcoming Han Solo film, with Friend of the Show Hurricane Rhett.

Lots of random tangents on best and worst case scenarios for the film and it's plot, casting and miscasting and a discussion on the Star Wars saga as compared to Marvel.

All coming live from the Sci-Fi/Fantesy Fest, sponsored by Kingdom Comics, in Hoover, Alabama, recorded in front of a panel audience (with a few audience questions)

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Episode 288: Favorite Disney Sidekicks

It's a magical time at The Deucecast Movie Show as Dave, Mikey and Pinky invite on the Binder & Binder Hotline the co-host of the Divas Dish Diz Podcast and travel extraordinaire Jennifer Novotny!
First up, predictions on what the gang hopes to hear from D23 Expo (this ep was recorded before the Expo announcements), plus some Disney/Universal contract chatter.

Birthday movies gives the 5th birthday of the greatest bicycle messenger movie ever, the 20th birthday of Air Bud and The Beastmaster birthday!

Gametime brings up a Disney edition of Rotten Tomatoes Potpourri

Then the sidekick talk kicks in, discussing the greatest assistants and right-hand men/women/kids/tangible objects of Disney Animation!  Genie!  Kronk!  Baloo!  And many more!

Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Episode 287: The Greatest Year of Movies Ever

It's taken a year or so, but The Deucecast Movie Show has finally narrowed down 40 years of film into two years for the finals.  What Year of Movies will take home the trophy as Greatest Year of Movies Ever?

To decide, hosts Mikey, Pinky, and Dave invite in podcasting royalty, with Dinner for Geeks, My Star Wars Story and radio host Scott Ryfun, as well as the Geek Out Loud podcasting empire grande poobah Steve Glosson!  (Glosson finally returns after years of Mikey asking!)

First up, Birthday Movies, where we find out exactly how old movies like K-19 The Widowmaker, Honey I Blew Up the Kid, The Lost Boys and even Bebe's Kids!

Then a round of Box Office Mojo, calling out the Top 10 in both 1984 and 2015 based on top domestic box office rankings -- Beverly Hills Cop! Inside Out! Indiana Jones!  But not... 9 to 5...

And then, the finale, the championship, the big match of all movie matches, and one that you likely could guess the winner of already.

But that's why the game is played!  Including a battle between a previous battle like 1989 vs 2015, with Glosson & Ryfun going head to head.  And Mikey stirring the pot.