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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.