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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Episode 424: Islands in the Streaming VI

The Deucecast Movie Show is here and ready to fill your quarantined earholes with lots of fun goodness and movie magic! And bringing back a long standing tradition, perhaps more important now than ever, is the Islands in the Streaming episode.  Mikey, Dave & Dr Earl bring forth their favorite picks for films to stream while you are stuck safe at home.

Need a drama? Try Chinatown.  Need to laugh? What about Vacation? Want some true life? Check out Paradise Lost.  Plus 27 more films to choose from, and where to find them.

Here's where you can find the movies discussed...


  • All the Bright Places (Netflix)
  • Always (Starz)
  • Bolt (Disney+)
  • A Boy Named Charlie Brown (Hulu)
  • Chinatown (Starz)
  • Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (Netflix)
  • Dr. No (DirecTV Stream)
  • Equalibriam (Netflix)
  • Happy Death Day (HBO)
  • Innerspace (Cinemax)
  • John Carter (Disney+)
  • The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters (Starz)
  • Kingpin (Amazon Prime, Netflix)
  • Kumiko the Treasure Hunter (Kanopy)
  • Mary Poppins Returns (Disney+)
  • Miracle on 34th Street (Disney+)
  • National Lampoon's Vacation (Hulu)
  • Pan's Labyrinth (Netflix; Starz)
  • Paradise Lost: The Child Murders of Robin Hood Hills (Amazon Prime)
  • Parenthood (Starz)
  • Reality Bites (HBO)
  • The Rundown (HBO)
  • Searching for Sugarman (Netflix)
  • Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs (Disney+)
  • Spider-man: Into the Spiderverse (Netflix)
  • Sunshine Cleaning (Amazon Prime)
  • There Will Be Blood (Netflix)
  • Vertigo (Starz)
  • When We First Met (Netflix)
  • 12 Monkeys (Showtime)


Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Episode 423: The Directors Draft

In a final episode together (for now, anyway), Mikey and Dave take a look at the studio draft... first, the guys drafted the best Actors around for their own studios.  Then, then best actresses.

And now, the guys pick their favorite directors. And like always, the Spawn of Ryfun, the Lowercase G who now is a Big G, calls in to select the directors to direct their films.

First up, a classic round of The Ryan Phillippe Game, then picking one by one -- Matt Reeves... Greta Gerwig... Baumbach! Watiti! Nolan and much more!

Who would you pick to lead your studio? 

(NOTE: Recorded before social distancing became a strong suggestion in many areas, as well as before Kenny Rogers passed away)

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Episode 422: The 2020 Deucie Awards and 2019 Top 10

It's that time of the year, late winter, early spring, when the Deucecast Movie Show puts a cap on the previous year by not only by listing the picks for the Top Ten Films of the Year, but also the People's Movie Awards, the true champions of film, The Deucie Awards of 2020.

Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl sit down on the mic and share their picks for their fave films in all of 2019, from a Malick masterpiece (?) to a Fast & Furious spinoff to a Korean star is born.  Only five films made it on all three lists, while a handful more made it only on two.

All along the countdown, the winners are revealed for categories like Supporting Actor... Best Ensemble... Best Comedy... the first real winner of the Jacob "Pinky" Pinkerton Brain Candy Film of the Year... can Saoirse Ronan become a two time winner?  Can John Wick win a trilogy of Best Action movies?  How many of the 9 nominations can Little Women actually win? Will #TwitterlessDrEarl's fandom of A Hidden Life actually carry it to an award?

Find out in this exciting episode! Get your ballots out and see how your predictions go!

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Episode 421: ReFlicktions for the Wilderpeople


As winter draws to a close, spring has sprung and is springing with springiness -- and a great time to do a round up of the movies seen by the Deucecast guys, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl.

Amongst the old and new movies reviewed, the crew also discusses Octavia Spenser roles... Will Ferrell's latest career choices... Dr. Earl's love of comics... Noah Jupe vs Finn Wolfhard... Leigh Whannell's directorial efforts... another Amy Adams flick for Dave... watching one for Burgess... when Dane Cook was a thing... and Pixar's latest...

Here are the movies discussed and where to find them streaming (at time of recording):
  • Bad Boys for Life (in theaters)
  • Downhill (in theaters)
  • Wrinkles the Clown (Hulu)
  • Ma (HBO)
  • The Killing Joke (HBO)
  • The Hustle (EPIX)
  • Just Mercy (in theaters)
  • Honey Boy (Amazon Prime)
  • The Creepy Line (Amazon Prime)
  • A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon (Netflix)
  • Can You Ever Forgive Me (HBO)
  • In a Valley of Violence (HBO)
  • The Gentlemen (in theaters)
  • Outlaw King (Netflix)
  • Alita: Battle Angel (HBO)
  • The Master (Netflix)
  • Call of the Wild (in theaters)
  • Horse Girl (Netflix)
  • Higher Learning (CBS Streaming)
  • Upgrade (HBO)
  • Invisible Man (in theaters)
  • Godzilla King of the Monsters (HBO)
  • The Lodge (in theaters)
  • Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Hulu)
  • The Way Back (in theaters)
  • Good Luck Chuck (Showtime)
  • Onward (in theaters)
  • Spenser Confidential (Netflix)

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Episode 420: 2020 Spring Movie Preview

As the winter prepares for one last blast of cold before the sun decides to destroy the land for six months, Mikey and Dave get ready for all the upcoming movies.

Starting in early March, going weekend by weekend, the Deuce guys give you the rundown on each big release, including some streaming films -- everything from Black Widow and A Quiet Place Part II to another Peter Rabbit film, another Trolls film, still another Spongebob film and somehow another Scooby Doo film.  

And of course, they talk about good stuff too.   

Friday, February 28, 2020

The 2020 Deucie Award Nominations

Here are the official nominations for the 7th Annual Deucie Awards;  awards to be presented on Episode 421, released on March 11th.

By the numbers:
Most nominations: Little Women (9)... Marriage Story (7)... Knives Out (5)... Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood (5)... Parasite (5)... A Hidden Life (4)... Bombshell (4)

BEST PICTURE

  1. 1917
  2. A Hidden Life
  3. Knives Out
  4. Little Women
  5. Marriage Story
  6. Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood
  7. Parasite


AWARD FOR DIRECTING ACHIEVEMENT BY A DIRECTOR WHO DIRECTED

  1. Noah Baumbach, "Marriage Story"
  2. Greta Gerwig, "Little Women"
  3. Bong Joon Ho, "Parasite"
  4. Terrance Malick, "A Hidden Life"
  5. Sam Mendes, "1917"
  6. Quentin Tarantino, "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood"


BEST ACTOR

  1. Christian Bale, "Ford v Ferrari"
  2. Leonardo DiCaprio, "Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood"
  3. Adam Driver, "Marriage Story"
  4. Eddie Murphy, "Dolemite is My Name"
  5. Joaquin Phoenix, "Joker"
  6. Adam Sandler, "Uncut Gems"


BEST ACTRESS

  1. Akwafina, "The Farewell"
  2. Scarlett Johansson, "Marriage Story"
  3. Lupita Nyong'o, "US"
  4. Florence Pugh, "Midsommar"
  5. Saoirse Ronan, "Little Women"
  6. Charlize Theron, "Bombshell"


BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

  1. Alan Alda, "Marriage Story"
  2. Timothee Chalamet, "Little Women"
  3. Daniel Craig, "Knives Out"
  4. Al Pacino, "The Irishman"
  5. Joe Pesci, "The Irishman"
  6. Brad Pitt, "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood"


BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS

  1. Laura Dern, "Little Women"
  2. Rebecca Ferguson, "Doctor Sleep"
  3. Scarlett Johansson, "JoJo Rabbit"
  4. Thomasin McKenzie, "JoJo Rabbit"
  5. Florence Pugh, "Little Women"
  6. Margot Robbie, "Bombshell"


THE JACOB PINKY AWARD FOR BEST BRAIN CANDY FILM

  1. Doctor Sleep
  2. Fast & Furious Present: Hobbs & Shaw
  3. Ford v Ferrari
  4. John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum
  5. Jumanji The Next Level


BEST ORIGINAL OR ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

  1. Noah Baumbach, "Marriage Story"
  2. Greta Gerwig, "Little Women"
  3. Rian Johnson, "Knives Out"
  4. Bong Joon Ho & Jin Won Han, "Parasite"
  5. Quentin Tarantino, "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood"


BEST ANIMATED FILM

  1. Frozen 2
  2. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
  3. Missing Link
  4. Toy Story 4
  5. Wonder Park


BEST SONG OR SCORE

  1. Bombshell, music by Theodore Shapiro, featuring Caroline Shaw, Petra Haden, Susanna Hoffs
  2. A Hidden Life, music by James Newton Howard
  3. Joker, music by Hildur Guonadittior
  4. "I Punched Keanu Reeves" from "Always Be My Maybe", music and lyrics by Randall Park and Dan the Automator
  5. Little Women, music by Alexandre Desplat
  6. Uncut Gems, music by Daniel Lopatin


BEST CAST ENSEMBLE

  1. Avengers Endgame
  2. Bombshell
  3. Knives Out
  4. Little Women
  5. Parasite


BEST MOTION PICTURE DRAMA 

  1. Dark Waters
  2. A Hidden Life
  3. Marriage Story
  4. Parasite
  5. Uncut Gems


BEST MOTION PICTURE COMEDY

  1. Always Be My Maybe
  2. Dolemite is My Name
  3. JoJo Rabbit
  4. Knives Out
  5. Late Night


BEST MOTION PICTURE ACTION

  1. 1917
  2. 6 Underground
  3. Avengers Endgame
  4. Fast & Furious Present: Hobbs & Shaw
  5. John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum


BEST FANTASY / SCI FI

  1. Avengers Endgame
  2. Captain Marvel
  3. Doctor Sleep
  4. Spider-Man Far From Home
  5. Star Wars The Rise of Skywalker



Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Episode 419: The Decade by Genre Pt 2

What's better than almost two hours spent, discussing six genres of films in the 2010s?  Another 90 minutes more with the guys talking about six more genres!

Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl are again joined by Friend of the Show, Miss Independent himself Jeremy Burgess, to tackle even more films in the years spanning 2010 to 2019.

First up, birthday movies, with classics like "Hot Tub Time Machine", "Major Payne", "Romeo Must Die", and even "Baby: Secret of a Lost Legend" all coming upon 10, 20, even 35 years from release.

Jeremy also gives a heads up about a few indie films to keep an eye on.

Then, the rest of the decade, with the guys giving their top three in genres like Comedy... Sci/Fi Fantasy... Documentaries... Action movies... even guilty pleasures... and wild card round of Potent Potables.

Expect lots of love for a Mission Impossible flick... Mad Max's glorious return... Sandler's gems... Mikey's love for the man behind the Winnebago... and of course, Dave's pick for the best bicycle messenger movie ever.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Episode 418: The Decade by Genre Pt 1

The first decade of The Deucecast Movie Show has ended -- as the show counts the commonlaw definition between 2010 and 2019 -- and the crew is ready to discuss the best films of the last ten years.

With an upcoming special featuring the Top Ten of the 2010s, it's important to discuss many of the other films that were loved and beloved by Mikey, Dave, #TwitterlessDrEarl, and Friend of the Show Burgess.

In this first of two parts, the show features six of twelve genres - drama, animated, family, comic book films, indie movies, and horror/thriller films -- and each of the team gives their top three, genre by genre.

You'll get a look at what makes Captain America Civil War so great... the joy of Paddington...  lots of Wes Anderson and Terrence Malick love... Burgess hates families... why The Social Network might be a perfect film... THEY KNEW from Spotlight... the horror of Black Swan... Dave's pick for the possible best script of the 2010s... and much, much more. 

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Episode 417: Burgentines Day Nomination ReFlicktions

Happy Heart Day, a mere few days away, and Mikey and Dave are in-studio to celebrate.  On the Binder & Binder Law Hotline, the #TwitterlessDrEarl calls in, taking a break from the kidney transplant he was performing.

Also calling in for Burgentine's Day III, Miss Independent himself Jeremy Burgess, to discuss the movies assigned to him to watch for this week of romance.  Which film will be his #1?  And which show contributor assigned him the worst of the bunch (the answer may shock you!)

Along the way, the nominations for the 7th annual Deucie Awards are announced... with Little Women receiving 9 nominations... Marriage Story getting 7... Knives Out, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and Parasite getting 5 each... A Hidden Life and Bombshell with 4... 1917, JoJo Rabbit, Doctor Sleep, Avengers Endgame, and Uncut Gems getting 3 each... and another 22 films getting 1-2 each... (the full nomination list will be posted this week)


Movies discussed (and where you can find them at the time of episode posting)
  • 1917 (in theaters)
  • A Hidden Life (in theaters)
  • Southern Rites (HBO doc)
  • Parasite (in theaters)
  • One Day in September (Prime)
  • A Song For You: Austin City Limits (Prime)
  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Hulu)
  • Little Women (in theaters)
  • JoJo Rabbit (in theaters)
  • Bad Boys for Life (in theaters)
  • The Gentlemen (in theaters)
  • Klaus (Netflix)
  • I Lost My Body (Netflix)
  • Blow Out (Prime)
  • A Vigilante (Prime)
  • Troop Zero (Hulu)
  • Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (in theaters)
  • Tell Me Who I Am (Netflix)






Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Episode 416: Oscar Travesties

The Oscars are coming in just a few days, and a few days later, the Oscar predictions made before the Oscars but released after the Oscars (get it? got it? good!) but until then Mikey and Dave are here to discuss snubs and travesties.

Up first, Birthday movies, find out which movies dropped 5, 10, 15, 20, even 45 years ago!  Taylor Swift hit the big screen in 2010, Dave had a date in 2000, you were asked to not forget about the Brat Pack in 1985, and much more.

Then, the guys look at recent Oscar history and talk about the biggest mistakes, the biggest snubs, and the biggest travesties of all time... why didnt Mr Rogers get a nod?  Why didnt Ford get a Witness?  How did Art Carney win an award? And so much more...

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Episode 415: Surprise and Delights of 2019

Another 2019 in review episode commences, all leading up to the Top Ten of 2019 (coming soon!), but this time around, it's Movie Surprise and Delights of 2019.

Mikey, Dave, and Alison Brie Larsen Lover #TwitterlessDrEarl welcome in Mr Independent himself, Friend of the Show Jeremy Burgess, to talk all about a little of everything.

First up, its Word Up, where the guys fill in the blank when talking about Avatar 2, Endgame Oscars, and much more.

Then it's the list of "Surprise & Delights" of the year, a handful of movies from 2019 that started with low expectations, and to the surprise of the guys... the movie was delightful. The crew jumps into the topic at hand, movies like Escape Room (!)... Triple Frontier (!)... Marriage Story (!?)... and Cats (!!??)

It's a great way to remember the films that you may have forgotten, or chose to forget!








Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Episode 414: See This, Not That - The Oscar Edition

Award season is in full swing, and Mikey, Dave, and #Twitterless Dr Earl have loved seeing their favorites -- Adam Driver, ScarJo, Joaquin, Charlize, and many more -- end up with Academy Award nominations (even after some Golden Globe wins!)

And the guys decided to look at all the nominees to figure out what people should see from their body of work (Flo Pugh takes a train! Laura Dern and the dinos!  Tom Hanks lawyers up!  Pacino can't sleep!) and then... maybe what you should skip (Flo Pugh takes a train!  Joaquin is still here! Margot shouldn't focus! Brad's world goes cool!)

It's a supersized edition of the game "See This, Not That", where the Deucecast crew goes through all the Best Actor, Best Actress, Supporting, and Best Director Awards and gives their picks for a film you should see, and one you should skip.


Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Episode 413: The Not 2019 Top Ten

It's that season of the Deucecast Movie Show, when the series of episodes look back on the previous year... in this case, 2019. But Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl not only watched dozens of films from 2019, they also watched movies from previous years as well!

First up, Birthday Movies, as a review of theatrical releases from January of 2015, 2010, 2005 and five years back and back and back.  Who knew that Blackhat was five years old? Or that My Dog Skip turns 20 years old? And the Falcon turns 35, as well as his buddy, The Snowman.

Then, the crew invites in crowd fave, Indie Autuer himself, Jeremy Burgess, for a little movie making chit-chat, some clarification about what the Best Boy actually does, and then the favorite films seen in 2019 that weren't actually from 2019.

Movies like A Star is Born, or at least some version of it... Burgess gives Soderburgh some love, while Dave goes all in on Baumbach... #TwitterlessDrEarl free's Solo... Dave murders a ball... Burgess attacks a block... and Mikey laments being ordinary people...

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Episode 412: The ReFlicktions of Skywalker


Welcome to the new decade, the new year, and the first ReFlicktions of the Roarin' 20s.  Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl reconvene to discuss all the movies they've seen in the last several weeks.

Earl actually saw Cats... The Sneaker Pimps show up on the show... We ain't sayin' it's a Gold Digger... dirty water docs... the year of Adam Driver... Mikey hates Richard Jewell... Dave doesn't hate Uncut Gems... Charlize's Bombshell... Holiday Inn and that weird scene... more Nic Cage

Plus the final Top Five of 2019 as they head into the annual series of "Best Of" episodes.

Here are the movies discussed and where to find them streaming (currently. don't be a yay-hoo and check this post in 2022 and expect it to be right)

  • Under the Silver Lake (2019 Prime)
  • Cats (2019 In Theaters)
  • Jojo Rabbit (2019 In Theaters)
  • 6 Underground (2019 Netflix)
  • The Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933 Flix Fling, Fubo, TCM)
  • Dark Waters (2019 In Theaters)
  • Star Wars Ep IX: The Rise of Skywalker (2019 In Theaters)
  • Marriage Story (2019 Netflix)
  • Little Women (2019 In Theaters)
  • Richard Jewell (2019 In Theaters)
  • Uncut Gems (2019 In Theaters)
  • Good Time (2017 Prime)
  • Jumanji: The Next Level (2019 In Theaters)
  • Bombshell (2019 In Theaters)
  • Noelle (2019 Disney+)
  • Holiday Inn (1942 Prime)
  • Bikram (2019 Netflix)
  • Spies in Disguise (2019 In Theaters)
  • Ready or Not (2019 For Rent)
  • Amazing Grace (2018 Hulu)
  • Running with the Devil (2019 Hulu)
  • The Humanity Bureau (2017 Netflix)
  • Dying of the Light (2014 Roku, Vudu Free)
  • The Report (2019 Prime)


Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Episode 411: 2019's Lumps of Coal

Welcome to 2020! Hope your New Years is awesome and Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl wishes you and yours the best for the upcoming year!

And to kick off the year, the Deucecast Crew wants to start looking back at some 2019 movies by getting the bad out of the way -- the Lumps of Coal of the year.  The handful of movies that aren't good bad, or bad good, but are just bad... or even bad bad.

Turkeys like Men in Black International... crap like Hellboy... junk like Surfer, Dude... and the dumpster fire that is the cursed La Larona... it doesn't get much worse.

Enjoy the worst of the worst!

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Episode 410: Christmas Gifts 2019

It's an annual tradition around the Deucecast Movie Show, as Mikey and Dave are the giving sort. In fact, they love to give gifts of merth, of joy, and awesome, hence, the Annual Christmas Gifts episode where they give those very things.

The giving spirit is so strong, however, that they cannot share it alone -- so as per usual with the Gifts ep, Friend of the Show Remodeling Clay Shaver calls in to complete the generous circle.

First up, a little Box Office Mojo game to set the scene, where Mikey and Clay compete to guess the box office totals of Christmas classic films.

Then, the presents are unwrapped, as Hollywood elites like Gerard Butler, Vanessa Hudgens, Adam Driver, and more are all given thoughtful gifts from the crew.

And of course, the guys give gifts to each other... except for Mikey, who spends the whole show giving himself stuff.

Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Episode 409: The Actress Draft

Feliz Navidad to all, as the Deucecast heads towards Christmas Day... but before the crew does the annual gift giving (which will be next week), there is another matter at hand. Selecting those female counterparts to go along with the actors selected for the guy's fictional movie studios in Ep 405.

And once again, the Pride of Albany Georgia, Spawn of Ryfun, Young G joins the show to give his take.

First up, birthday movies, which always helps you feel a little old when you find out that Kingsman is five years old, Oceans Twelve is 15 years old, Legends of the Fall is 25 years old and The Jerk is going on 40...

Then, a little game to figure out who goes first, and then the guys dive into the Actress Draft, each picking five to sign to an exclusive deal for their own studios.  Who gets picks? How fast will d$ pick Amy Adams? Who takes ScarJo? Which Brie will #TwitterlessDrEarl go for, Larson or Alison? Will Mikey actually consider Melissa McCarthy? And what surprising selection does Young G make his #1 draft pick?


As a recap, here is who was chosen in the Actor Draft:

Garrison – Leonardo DiCaprio… Tom Cruise… Jake Gyllenhaal… John David Washington… Paul Rudd… Michael Keaton… Henry Cavill…

d$ – The Rock… Idris Elba… Christian Bale…  Tom Hardy… Winston Duke… John Cho… Zac Efron

Michael – Ryan Gosling… Robert Pattison… Adam Driver… Michael B Jordan… Nicolas Cage… Tom Hanks… Iko Uwais…

#TwitterlessDrEarl – Jemaine Clement… Willem Dafoe… James McAvoy… Timothee Chalemet… Edward Norton… Ryan Reynolds… Andrew Garfield…

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Episode 408: ReFlicktions Story

Even though ReFlicktions are every month, Christmastime ReFlicktions just seem a little better, more festive, and jollier.  That bowl full of jelly isn't jelly at all, it's just Mikey laughing at #TwitterlessDrEarl's jokes, while Dave tries to keep control!


This month, the guys have a plethora, a cornucopia, a tundra if you will, of films to discuss, including many still in theaters and several Oscar contenders.

Dave leads off with one of the worst films he's seen in a while, while Mikey gives three films with incredibly long and cumbersome titles. The guys wonder if they've talked about Doctor Sleep already (??) and marvel at Ford v Ferrari.

The guys dive deep into The Irishman with mixed results, Mikey is displeased with a critical darling, Dave catches up on an old Disney classic, and everyone agrees that Rian Johnson's new film is a home run.


MOVIES DISCUSSED

  • Tracers (Netflix)
  • Takers (Netflix)
  • The Myth of the American Sleepover (Hulu)
  • Milius (Prime)
  • Late Night (Prime)
  • The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (Crackle)
  • The Standoff at Sparrow Creek (Hulu)
  • Doctor Sleep (In theaters)
  • Ford v Ferrari (In Theaters)
  • The 24 Hour War (Netflix)
  • Frozen 2 (In Theaters)
  • The King (Netflix)
  • Last Christmas (In Theaters)
  • Noelle (Disney+)
  • The Irishman (Netflix)
  • A Goofy Movie (Disney+)
  • The Kid Who Would Be King (HBO)
  • Booksmart (Hulu)
  • The Report (Prime)
  • Knives Out (In Theaters)
  • Midway (In Theaters)
  • Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (In Theaters)
  • Dolemite is My Name (Netflix)
  • Batman: The Killing Joke (HBO)
  • Drop Dead Gorgeous (Vudu Free)
  • Marriage Story (Netflix)
  • Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (In Theaters)

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Episode 407: The 2019 Winter Preview

The temperature has dropped, the weather is blistery and the holidays are coming... its Wintertime! And with Wintertime, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl team up to bring the annual Winter Movie Preview.

Among films discussed... "Aaron Brockovich", aka "Dark Waters" with Mark Ruffalo... the Playmobil movie no one wanted... Dave wonders who will play him in the Richard Jewell movie...  what the heck is Jennifer Hudson doing... some movie about Star Wars something... the unlikely chick movie that everyone is excited about... Bautista remakes his Stuber movie, just PG's it... what is RDJ thinking... the 90s artist Snow gets his own biopic, we think... bad boys, bad boys, whatcha gonna do... Margot Robbie forcing everyone to see a movie no one wants because she's Margot Robbie... the horror known as Fantasy Island... and Harrison Ford grunts his way through the wilderness.

And much, much more on this Winter Preview!

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Episode 406: DeuceGiving 2019

It's hard to believe the year is almost over!  And you can tell how fast time flies because it's time for the annual DeuceGiving episode!  Mikey and Dave celebrate Thanksgiving by listing the things in movies and Hollywood they are thankful for.

First up, they play a little game of Ryan Phillippe, using an Actor Randomizer to find who gets the play...

Then, the thanks... So many streaming services... the ending of legendary roles... a (silent) return to excellence.. movies that are good... and so much more.

And of course, the Deucecast Movie Show says THANK YOU to the fans, the listeners, and anyone who has ever acknowledged that the show exists.