Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Episode 449: Viva la Deucecast

An episode of the Deucecast Movie Show with a twinge of queso and salsa, Mike, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl all take a look at some great films from South of the Border.

First up, a quick round of Rotten Tomatoes Potpourri, calling out the critics scores of classics like A Fistful of Dollars, and Weird Science and so on.

Then, the guys pick their fave films starring those in the Mexican community... a Hispanic cast... a plot revolving around Mexican scenery... anything that relates to our neighbors to the South! 

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Episode 448: Islands in the Streaming VII

While #TwitterlessDrEarl is living out a real life Fray song by saving lots of lives, Mikey and Dave take the show on their own in a special "prerecorded a week or two ago to drop in when needed like now when Dave just got back from Cancun" version of the show.

This week is Islands in the Streaming, the 7th iteration of such, as the guys give you their takes on the best movies streaming in various categories from Animation to Kids & Family to Sci Fi to Drama and more, and all are available on your streaming services. 

Movies include

  • Athlete A (Netflix)
  • The Break Up (Peacock)
  • Charlotte's Web (1974) (HBO Max)
  • Crawl (Prime)
  • Daylight (HBO)
  • Demolition Man (Hulu)
  • Frankenweenie (Disney+)
  • Howard (Disney+)
  • Greyhound (Apple TV)
  • Instant Family (Prime; Hulu)
  • The Kid Who Would Be King (HBO Max)
  • Lake Placid (Prime)
  • Magnus Dopus: The Making of Jay & Silent Bob Reboot (Prime)
  • Morning Glory (CBS All Access)
  • The Neverending Story (Netflix)
  • Peanut Butter Falcon (Prime; Hulu)
  • The Pixar Story (Disney+)
  • Prometheus (HBO)
  • Ready or Not (HBO)

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Episode 447: DaveSplosion ReFlicktions

It's the Annual Event of the Summer, the bomb dot com as it were, where Dave watches the five films assigned to him by the rest of the Deucecast crew and Friends of the Show.

First up, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl catch up on reviewing all the films seen in recent weeks, then Dave reviews The Black Hole (Scotty Ryfun's pick)... Attack the Block (Spawn of Ryfun's pick)... El Gringo (from Mikey)... 1941 (Dr Earl)... and Ronin (From Burgey)

Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Episode 446: Tomato Disparities and Honoring Chadwick Boseman

 As 2020 rolls on, the hits keep on coming, and The Deucecast Crew -- Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDr Earl just roll with them.

First, a quick look at "New Mutants" and the reopening of theaters.  Then, the guys address the gut punch that happened over the weekend... the death of Chadwick Boseman.

Discovering the news from a tweet, the guys talk about the untimely passing of Boseman, and his great movie roles and legacy. 

Finally, it what seems like something not nearly important, yet entertaining, the guys give their top five movies with the largest gap between critics score and audience score on Rotten Tomatoes... familiar topics like Kevin Smith movies to less critically acclaimed, yet audience fave films from Alex Kendrick.  #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl even expresses his admiration for David Spade, while Dave loves The Rock wielding a 2x4, and Mikey quotes Chaucer...

Stick around for one final Chadwick Boseman nod.

Show are provided by @Artisterman -- find him on Twitter!

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Episode 445: The Bill Murray Big Bracket

Another Movie Role Tourney is here!  Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl have sent at least 14 movie roles to the Big Bracket (coming soon... maybe 2023?)  Characters like Indiana Jones and Uncle Buck and Iron Man and more... but now its time to add one from a comedy legend.


First up, the guys play a new (to them) game of Doug Benson's IMDb (because he is D.B.), and then they take on the best roles of the legendary Bill Murray. From Ghosbusters to Groundhog Day to Mad Dog & Glory to all the Wes Anderson films.

Match up by match up, one by one, until there is a single Best Bill Murray Role of All Time, headed to the Big Bracket. 

Plus... the real time struggle of putting together a show at the last minute as Dave doubles back and somehow makes the tournament work...

And here is how the bracket shakes out. Sort of. Just go with it. 


Winner of Jack/Richard match takes on Peter Venkman (Ghostbusters series)
Jack Cocoran (Larger than Life)
Richard (The Monuments Men)

Vincent (St Vincent)
Bowdon (Wild Things)

Tripper (Meatballs)
John (Stripes)

Winner of Grimm/Milo match takes on Phil (Groundhog Day)
Grimm (Quick Change)
Milo (Mad Dog & Glory)

Garfield (Garfield)
Baloo (Jungle Book)

Badger (Fantastic Mr Fox)
Boss (Isle of Dogs)

Winner of Steve/Raleigh match takes on Bob Harris (Lost in Translation)
Steve Zassou (The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou)
Raleigh (The Royal Tenenbaums)

The Businessman (Darjeeling Limited)
Mr Bishop (Moonrise Kingdom)

Herman Blume (Rushmore)
M Ivan (The Grand Budapest Hotel)

Winner of Ernie/Bosley match takes on Carl Spackler (Caddyshack)
Ernie (Kingpin)
Bosley (Charlie's Angels)

Bunny Breckridge (Ed Wood)
Bob Wiley (What About Bob?)

Play in Match (winner takes on Frank Cross from Scrooged)
Bill Murray (SpaceJam)
Bill Murray (Zombieland)






Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Episode 444: The Best of the Worst 1980s

After the Deucecast Crew -- Mikey, Dave, & #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl -- did the Best of the Worst of the 1970s, as well as the 90s, 00s, and 10s in previous episodes, it was time to wrap up the series with the one decade untouched... The 1980s.

Such a show can only be done with the right kind of guest, someone who can speak to the most enjoyable crap the 1980s has to offer -- none other than the RetroZap Podfather RetroJoe Tavano, calling in from his Massachusetts Mobile Studio.

First up, the first edition of Rotten or Notten, picking which film is on the good side of 60% and which one is below it. Then, the guys give their list of good bad movies, including some gross trading cards... Corey & Corey... the glaive... Yeardley Smith, Casey Siemaszko, and Terry O'Quinn... Bad Tom Cruise... Jon Bon Jovi's Blaze of Glory... Fair is Fair... and so much more.

Films discussed, and where streaming at time of recording

  • Beastmaster (Amazon Prime)
  • Can't Buy me Love (HBO Max)
  • Cocktail (for rental)
  • Condorman (only in Mikey's imagination)
  • The Garbage Pail Kids Movie (only in RetroJoe's Memory)
  • Halloween III: Season of the Witch (Cinemax)
  • Hero at Large (for rental)
  • Howard the Duck (Peacock)
  • Krull (for rental)
  • License to Drive (for rental)
  • The Legend of Billie Jean (for rental)
  • Masters of the Universe (Starz)
  • Maximum Overdrive (for rental)
  • Oh God, You Devil (VUDU)
  • Rawhead Rex (for rental)
  • Silver Bullet (for rental)
  • Stroker Ace (Starz)
  • A View to Kill (for rental)
  • Watchers (unavailable)
  • Young Guns (Starz)
  • Young Guns II (Starz)

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Episode 443: The August ReFlicktions Extravaganza

 It's been a summer of movies... and perhaps not much else, which means Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl have a massive amount to talk about in this month's ReFlicktions.  Over 40 films are talked about here, with discussions ranging from the careers of Daveed Diggs and Lin-Manuel Miranda to HBO not streaming properly to two of the worst films Mikey has seen in a long time, to Dave finishing his Elizabeth Olsen quest to why Viola Davis didn't like "The Help"

Here are the movies discussed, and where they are streaming:

Journey to the Center of the Earth (HBO Max)… Hamilton (Disney Plus)… The Last Black Man in San Francisco (Prime)… Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (Hulu)… The First American (Prime)… Blindspotting (HBO Max)… Necessary Evil: Super Villains of DC Comics (HBO Max)… War for a New Nation (Prime)… The Jesus Rolls (for rental)… Palm Springs (Hulu)… The Kings Highway (Prime)… The Old Guard (Netflix)… MacBeth (Prime)… Wyatt Earp (HBO Max)… Vivarium (Hulu)… Wyatt Earp (HBO Max)… Inside Llewyn Davis (Prime)… Harriett (HBO Max)… Destination Wedding (Prime)… Tel Aviv on Fire (Prime)… The Help (Netflix)… Brooklyn’s Finest (Hulu)… Dune (Rewatch) (Hulu)… The Rental (for rental)… The Assistant (Hulu)… The Father of Invention (not streaming)… Guns Akimbo (Prime)… The Vast of Night (Prime)… The Painted Bird (for rental)… Train to Busan (Prime)… Watership Down (HBO Max)… The Black Hole (Disney+) (Rewatch)… Yellow Beard (Prime)… Valley Girls (Prime)… Alchemy (Prime)… More American Graffiti (Hulu; HBO Max)… All Things Must Pass (peacock)… Code 8 (Netflix)… Silent House (Hulu)…   My Spy (Prime)… American Pickle (HBO Max)… The Peanut Butter Falcon (Prime; Hulu)…


Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Episode 442: Best of the Worst 1970s

If you have ever listened to The Deucecast Movie Show, you'll know they celebrate great movies. And they celebrate bad movies too.  And after giving the Best of the Worst of the 2010s (with Lil G Ryfun), and Best of the Worst of the 2000s (With Kaufman & Upon a Star Jenn), and Best of the Worst of the 90s, it's time to go all the way back to the age of Disco and look at the greatest, favoritist flops of the 1970s.

First up, Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl invite in the legend, the famous, the infamous, award winning Voice of Cobb County, Scotty Ryfun!  They play a spirited round of Denzel, then turn their attention to the Top Five at Hand.

The Best movies of the Worst movies of the 1970s, all movies coming in at 49% or under on the Rotten Tomatoes TomatoMeter... plus some deep discussions on George Lucas' involvement in bad sequels... who really ran USA UP All Night... Every Which Way You Can But Loose... who actually wrote "Convoy"... Dave visiting a historical movie site on a field trip... 

Plus, the movie assignments for this year's DaveSplosion!


1941 (for rental)
Any Which Way You Can (for rental)
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (Amazon Prime)
Beneath the Planets of the Apes (for rental)
The Black Hole (Disney+)
The Cheap Detective (Amazon Prime)
Convoy (Amazon Prime)
Damien: The Omen II (Starz)
The Deep (Criterion Channel)
Dirty Mary Crazy Larry (fubo)
Every Which Way But Loose (for rental)
The Fisher King (Roku Channel)
Frogs (for rental)
Gator (Vudu Free)
Hercules in New York (Vudu Free)
Jabberwocky (not streaming)
Lolly-Madonna XXX (for rental)
The Man with the Golden Gun (DirecTV)
More American Graffiti (HBO Max)
The Night They Saved Christmas (DirecTV)
The Omen (Starz)
Starcrash (Amazon Prime)
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (Hulu)
The Villain (not streaming)

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Episode 441: The Sidekick Show

The summertime rolls on and in this world, all we have is our friends... including our sidekicks!  Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl welcome back the Pride of Stone Mountain, Georgia, Lil G, the Podawan Learning, the Spawn of Ryfun, young Garrison.

First up, a few birthday movies, including the year that gave us not only Joe Dirt 2, but also Pixels, then the anniversary of Fantastic Four (not that one, that one), Apollo 13, Red Sonja, and the film that made Bo Svenson a star.

Then a round of Word Up!, giving the word on Marvel movie movement... the concern over tentpole films... seeing Empire Strikes Back's big success... and of course, the real definitive movie of the 90s (hint: probably not Twister).

And then, the best movie comedic Sidekicks!  Disney movies, The Pink Panther, Stanley Spedowski, Noonan!, and much more. And Mikey tries to put forth another ridiculous entry into a Top Five.

Plus, a surprise visit from an old, much thinner, Friend of the Show.

Better Off Dead (unavailable for streaming)
Bolt (Disney+)
Caddyshack (fubo)
Cannonball Run (unavailable for streaming)
Coming to America (fubo)
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (freeform)
The Lord of the Rings (HBO Max)
The Man of La Mancha (AppleTV)
Midnight Run (Cinemax)
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (Amazon Prime)
National Treasure (Disney+)
Pink Panther (Hoopla)
SeaQuest DSV (peacock)
Shrek (peacock)
Singing in the Rain (HBO Max)
Sunset Boulevard (Amazon Prime)
UHF (AppleTV)
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby (freeform)
Wayne's World (Starz)
Young Frankenstein (Starz)

Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Episode 440: Patriotic Roles 2: The Patrioettes

Because America rules, it's another episode of The Deucecast Movie Show!  Last week, Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl, with special guest Lil G Ryfun, the pride of South TyTy Georgia, gave their lists of the most patriotic roles in movies... and a funny thing happened -- they all seemed to be dudes.

So what better way to reconcile this blunder than to do an all female list of patriotic roles, which, like last week, is really just a list of awesome American characters in films that all the guys decided to dub "patriotic", but #Merica anyway.

First up, though, a rousing game of Ryan Phillippe, with everyone from Sigourney Weaver to one Christopher Pratt being called out.

Then, the list, which includes Mikey's total misunderstanding (and defense of Padme)... #TwitterlessDrEarl goes old school again... who won what award in Hidden Figures and The Help... Lil G Ryfun squeezes in a Nolan... Emily Blunt gets double action... an Amy Adams discussion and it's not from d$... and much more.

Where the movies discussed on this episode are streaming at the time of this recording:

  • The American President (Hulu)
  • Broadcast News (DirecTV)
  • Edge of Tomorrow (Live.Die.Repeat) (USA Network)
  • Erin Brockovich (fubo; DirecTV)
  • The Girl in White (1952) (fubo)
  • The Fast & Furious (fubo; Pluto TV)
  • Foxy Brown (The Criterion Channel)
  • Harriet (HBO Max)
  • Hidden Figures (FX Now)
  • Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of This Movie Sucks (Netflix)
  • Interstellar (FX Now)
  • League of Their Own (rental)
  • Lethal Weapon 3 (fubo)
  • Lethal Weapon 4 (fubo)
  • Live.Die.Repeat (Edge of Tomorrow) (USA Network)
  • Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Starz)
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark (Netflix)  
  • Sicario (FX Now)
  • Silence of the Lambs (Amazon Prime)
  • Something the Lord Made (HBO Max)
  • Terminator 2: Judgement Day (fubo; Showtime)
  • Working Girl (DirecTV)
  • Zero Dark Thirty (IMDb TV)


Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Episode 439: Patriotic Roles

This year's July 4th has come and gone, but the guys at the Deucecast want to still celebrate America in the movies and the best way to do that is to give their list of the best patriotic characters in film.
Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl bring in Little G, coming in from New Brunscross, GA, to give the top five patriotic roles in movies.

Up first, a Rated R version of Box Office Mojo, then followed by the Top Five... including discussions on Young Indiana Jones... Jay Underwood... #TwitterlessDrEarl gets serious about justice... Mikey lauds the Jewel, the Stone, the Nile, and the Romance... Little G harkens the first mention of soccer legend Pele on the show... lots of Patriot titles... Dave picks the wrong Kirk... and much more.

Here are movies mentioned in this episode, and where they are streaming at time of recording:

  • Air Force One (Netflix)
  • Allan Quartermain & the Lost City of Gold (Vudu Free; Pluto TV)
  • Argo (fubo)
  • Cinderella Man (Starz)
  • Clear & Present Danger (fubo)
  • Clerks (Hoopla; Max Go)
  • Glory (fubo; Roku; Pluto TV; DirecTV)
  • Hunt for Red October (fubo; DirecTV; Sling)
  • Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade (Netflix)
  • Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom (Netflix)
  • Jewel of the Nile (DirecTV)
  • Just Mercy (Hoopla)
  • King Solomon's Mine (Vudu Free; TubiTV)
  • Miracle (Disney+)
  • Mission Impossible (FX Now)
  • Mission Impossible: Fallout (Amazon Prime; Hulu)
  • Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (The Criterion Collection)
  • The Patriot (Hulu)
  • Patriot Game (Amazon Prime)
  • Patriot's Day (Netflix; WWE Network)
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark (Netflix)
  • Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins (TubiTV)
  • Romancing the Stone (DirecTV)
  • Star Trek (2009) (HBO Max)
  • To Kill a Mockingbird (Amazon Prime)
  • Top Secret (Showtime)
  • Twelve Angry Men (both 1957 & 1997 versions are for rental)
  • Victory (DirecTV)
  • Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (not streaming)
  • xXx (Fubo)

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Episode 438: The ReFlicktions Force

Another few weeks have gone by in summer months, and another pile of movies to get through. And the crew to do it are the Deucecast Movie Show hosts, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl.
Amongst the many topics of discussion include the legacy of Delroy Lindo... the repetitive Delta Force theme... young Scott Baio movies... Burgess recommendations... #TwitterlessDrEarl experiences The Dude... Nick Swardson's affect on a movie... Mikey hates Pete Davidson... #TwitterlessDrEarl experiences a mid-sommar break... bad Disney movies... Dave loves him some Kevin James... and of course, much more. Plus the Top Five of the year so far!

The movies discussed and reviewed, in order (and streaming service where you can see them, at least at the time of recording)

The Vast of Night (Prime)... Maze Runner: The Death Cure (FX Now)... Artemis Fowl (Disney+)... Just Mercy (Hoopla)... Zapped! (Prime)... Delta Force (streaming)... The Hate U Give (HBO Max)... Knife in the Water (HBO)... United We Fan (Prime)... Skyline (Prime)... Long Gone Summer (ESPN+)... Da 5 Bloods (Netflix)... The Big Lebowski (Fubo; DirecTV)... Metro (HBO Max)... Back in the Day (Prime)... Footloose (2012; Prime)... Everything Beautiful is Far Away (Prime)... 7500 (Prime)... Crawl (Prime; Hulu)... The King of Staten Island (DirecTV; streaming)... Midsommar (Prime)... Memory: Origins of Alien (Crackle)... Athlete A (Netflix)... Jasper Mall (streaming)... Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Disney+)... Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (Disney+)... Carrie Pilby (Netflix)... Becky (Streaming)... Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (Netflix)... The Hunt (Streaming)... The Assistant (Streaming)

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Episode 437: The Top 10 of the 2010s

It's another episode of The Deucecast Movie Show, this time, a very special episode. But unlike the "very special episodes" of the 80s where kids are put into uncomfortable situations, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl pay off a promise from earlier in the year.

Back in February, episodes 418 and 419, Burgess joined the team to do two "Decade By Genre" shows, giving the top three of multiple categories, with intentions of doing a full Top Ten of the 2010s. Then, as you may have guessed, the world went crazy then shut down, and as the guys went to the four corners of the wind to do the show, the topic got shelved.

Finally, however, The Top 10 of the 2010s is here!

First up, the return of Birthday Movies, with everything from Minions to Crimson Tide to Animalypics to Psycho all celebrating release anniversaries, then a quick round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game, dedicated to the recently passed and prolific director Joel Schumacher.

And then, the list that took ten years to make -- any movie released at 12:01am on Jan 1, 2010 to 11:59pm on Dec 31, 2019 -- and the lists are all over the place -- comic book movies, action movies, missionary dramas, Nolan, Scorcese, Garland, Fincher, and much more. Great conversation about films that are talked about and beloved from the last ten years.

Here's where to find movies discussed, at current time of recording:
  • American Hustle (FX Now)
  • Avengers Infinity War (Disney+)
  • Batman Forever (HBO Max)
  • Birdman (rental)
  • Blade Runner 2049 (rental)
  • Captain America Civil War (Disney+)
  • Dunkirk (rental)
  • Ex Machina (Netflix)
  • The Guest (Netflix)
  • A Hidden Life (rental)
  • Hell or High Water (Netflix)
  • Inception (Netflix)
  • Lady Bird (Netflix)
  • Liberal Arts (SlingTV)
  • Logan (FX Now; DirecTV)
  • Mad Max Fury Road (Fubo; Syfy)
  • The Master (Netflix)
  • Moneyball (Starz)
  • Moonrise Kingdom (DirecTV)
  • Parasite (Hulu)
  • Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (Disney+)
  • Silence (Popcorn Flix)
  • Silver Linings Playbook
  • Sing Street (rental)
  • The Social Network (Netflix)
  • Spotlight (IMDb TV)
  • The Tree of Life (HBO Max)
  • Uncut Gems (Netflix)
  • Wind River (rental)

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Episode 436: Down Under the Radar

Flying Under the Radar is a delicate balance of being unknown but also being awesome. The Deucecast Movie Show is just like that too, so there is experience here.

And to celebrate being Under the Radar, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl bring in their fellow movie phile, the movie watcha from down unda', Aussie Nate, for a great discussion about the corn stereotype in Iowa... the fires in Australia... and life for Friend of the Show Aussie Nate.

Then a rousing game of Denzel, aka, Playa to Playa, Pimp to Pimp, and finally, the topic of the day -- movies that fell under the radar... good films that no one talks about anymore or many people may have forgotten about completely.

Great hidden gems that were huge at the time and tossed asunder now -- Bolt! Money Talks! Jackie Brown! -- or maybe were never big at all before being asunder tossed -- Mean Machine? Thunder Road?


Where to find the movies discussed:

  • All The Real Girls (streaming)
  • Bolt (Disney+)
  • Clay Pigeons (STARZ)                               
  • Coherence (Amazon Prime)
  • Dead Calm (streaming)
  • A Ghost Story (Netflix)
  • The Gingerbread Man (STARZ)
  • A Hidden Live (Amazon Prime)
  • Jackie Brown (STARZ)
  • Keanu (Sling TV)
  • Love and Friendship (Amazon Prime)
  • Mean Machine (streaming)
  • Money Talks (Amazon Prime)
  • Mystery Men (STARZ)
  • The Nice Guys (HBO
  • Office Uprising (Crackle)
  • Queen & Slim (streaming)
  • Rachel Getting Marred (streaming)
  • Something's Wrong with Aunt Diane (HBO Max)
  • Sunset (streaming)
  • Thunder Road (Amazon Prime)
  • Very Bad Things (STARZ)
  • Wedding Daze (HBO Max)






Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Episode 435: Can't Stop Watching




The Deucecast Movie Show loves its classic films and masterpiece films and favorite films... but there are also those particular movies that no matter how good or bad they are, the channel isn't getting turned at all once its on.  And Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl have just such a Top Five.

Mac's collectible Studio
First up, the co-host of the Sandcrawler Podcast, Michael "Shine Sweet Freedom" "Keep Forgettin" "Takin' It to the Streets" MacDonald, aka Mac, joins the show for a great discussion about Star Wars Collectibles -- how to price, how to seek, the "white whale" of the collectors arena -- and then presenting his latest find (it's a dandy).  Mac is making his first appearance in two years, having joined the show in Ep 333, "Canadian Bacon"

Then a new game where the words in the titles add up (and where Dave fails miserably), then a top five on movies that we just can't stop watching when they are on.  When you flip channels, see the movie, and you go there... and no matter where you are at what point in the movie, you keep it there to watch part if not the rest of the film. Some blockbusters, some personal faves, some old classics, and some modern day hits.

Movies Discussed (and where to find them at current record time)

  • Alien (HBO Max)
  • Best in Show (rental)
  • The Big Lebowski (Starz)
  • The Bodyguard (Amazon Prime)
  • Bright Lights, Big City (HBO Max)
  • Caddyshack (Fubo; Sling)
  • Cannonball Run (not streaming)
  • Diehard 2: Die Harder (HBO Max)
  • A Few Good Men (Fubo; DirecTV)
  • Glory (rental)
  • Grown-Ups (Amazon Prime; Hulu)
  • The Highlander (Amazon Prime)
  • Jaws (HBO Max)
  • Lawrence of Arabia (Watch TCM)
  • The Magnificent Seven (2016) (DirecTV; USA)
  • Mallrats (rental)
  • Marvel's The Avengers (Amazon Prime; Disney+)
  • Men with Brooms (Amazon Prime; Hulu)
  • Ocean's Eleven (rental)
  • The Secret of My Success (HBO Max)
  • Tombstone (rental)

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Episode 434: ReFlicktions The Ultimate Edition

Sometimes you just need the smooth, cool sounds of Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl to take you away from the madness for 90 minutes with some ReFlicktions The Ultimate Edition, and that is what they are here for!

Especially when talking about new movies. Mikey talks about his 39 movies seen... #TwitterlessDrEarl finally sees a modern classic from Nolan... Dave catches some old flicks... the madness of two men in a lighthouse... a rated X film... the ultimate edition of a bad movie (can it be better?)... #TwitterlessDrEarl meets The Rock... Mikey dives into Studio Ghibli... and another Malick snoozefest...

The movies discussed in this episode and where they are streaming at recording time:


  • Alien 3 (HBO Max)
  • Bad Education (HBO Max) 
  • Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition (theatrical version: HBO Max... Ultimate Edition: Movies Anywhere)
  • Black & Blue (Starz) 
  • Black Sunday (Prime)
  • Blow the Man Down (Prime)
  • Come to Daddy (Prime)
  • The Disappearance at Clifton Hill (Hulu) 
  • Extraction (Netflix)
  • Fast Color (Prime / Hulu)
  • The Girl in White (AMC)
  • Hula Gods (nope) 
  • In Search of the Last Action Hero (Prime) 
  • The Lighthouse (Prime)
  • Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau (Prime) 
  • The Lovebirds (Netflix)
  • Lucy in the Sky (HBO Max)
  • Midnight Cowboy (Hoopla)
  • Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (HBO Max)  
  • Never Surrender: A Galaxy Quest Documentary (Prime)
  • Nighthawks (Prime)
  • Pathology (Prime / Hulu)
  • Polytechnique (Prime)
  • The Power of Glove (Prime)
  • Rocketman (Prime / Hulu)
  • The Rundown (Cinemax)
  • Song to Song (Prime)
  • To Catch a Thief (Prime)
  • The Vast of Night (Prime)

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Episode 433: The DC Cinematic Top Five

It's a Deucecast Justice League of sorts, as Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl meet to discuss DC Comics made into films.  Being mostly Marvel guys, it was time to look across the aisle to the other company and the other films.

And to do that, they needed to bring an expert, the co-host of the DC Talk Podcast... and the Caped Chronicles Podcast... and the Mikes Movie Minute Podcast... AND the Previously on Lost Podcast... Mike Ellis, aka, the newly christened DC Mike joins the show to talk all things DC.

A great discussion about the good and bad of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice... Jesse Eisenberg's portrayal of Lex... the overall status of the DC Cinematic Universe... and much more.

The guys play a ridiculous new game called "Name By Name", asking them to name any actor in a DC movie. Any actor. In any DC movie. And as you'd expect, it goes completely off the rails. You'd want nothing less.

Then the guys give their Top Five Fave DC Films... a great chat about Dark Knight... the love of BvS... Dave's obsession with the The Losers... the vision that is Gal Godat... Defending the Martha scene... Supes new powers... Katie vs Maggie... the DC Animated movie series

Find Mike on his podcasts:
@capedchronicles... @DCtalkpod... @Lostrewatchpod

Here are movies discussed and where to find them at the time of our recording:


  • Batman (1989) (HBOMax; DC Universe)
  • Batman Begins (Hulu)
  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (HBOMax)
  • Batman: The Killing Joke (HBOMax)
  • Batman Mask of the Phantasm (available by rental)
  • Constantine (Hulu)
  • The Dark Knight (Hulu)
  • The Death of Superman Lives (not streaming)
  • The Losers (HBO Max)
  • Man of Steel (Fubo)
  • Shazam! (HBO Max)
  • Superman (1980) (DC Universe)
  • Superman II (1981) (available by rental)
  • Superman Returns (available by rental)
  • Teen Titans Go! to the Movies (HBO Max) 
  • Watchmen (DC Universe)


Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Episode 432: Summer Movie Goals

The summer isn't quite here yet, but the weather is warming up, the sun is getting brighter, and in lieu of a Summer Movie Preview, the Deucecast crew has hashtag goals. It's the summer movie goals, by Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDr Earl, each with their list of cinema focused tasks to accomplish between now and September.

First up, a round of Box Office Mojo, looking at the few movies that actually made money in 2020, then the guys list their goals.... catching up on a movie missed, or re-watching a classic, or watching a longer version of a movie seen before... chasing a director... chasing an actor... updating a movie list... and of course, the Nintendo Power Glove.


Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Episode 431: The That Guy, That Gal Draft

In what feels like Quarantine Episode 1003, the Deucecast Movie Show crew joins together via another Zoom meeting to discuss another draft... this time, not just the "Hey! It's That Guy!'s , but also the "Hey, its That Girl!'s as well." Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl bring in the young, heavy hitter, Spawn of Ryfun, Every since he was a Lowercase G (But now he's a big G) from Southeast Georgia, Garrison.

After the drafts that saw each of the guys build their movie studio with actors, then actresses, then directors, it's time to fill the studio with the supporting casts.

To determine who goes first, a few rounds of Exhibition Denzel commences, before a real elimination style Denzel match ensues.

Among some of the draft picks, John Wick's butler... a Disney voice over legend... Ben Affleck's Gone sister... Friday Night Kyle... a few that can be argued shouldn't be there... and that CCH Pounder lady...

Plus the revelation that "Grand Daddy Daycare" exists.

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Episode 430: Better Living Through ReFlicktions


Perhaps some of the country is opening again, but the Deucecast guys have never closed, back again for another week of ReFlicktions, with all the movies seen in the last few weeks. Mikey is better living through chemistry on some painkillers for a kidney stone, Dave from the office with the kid who keeps appearing, and #TwitterlessDrEarl ready to lay out his huge list of films.

Among the Topics:
The rise and fall and fall and fall of Travolta's career... Sully's boring life... a doc that Dave loves... #TwitterlessDrEarl isn't impressed with classic horror... Mikey takes on the docs... weird Netflix flicks... classic Gene Hackman... tennis flicks... cleaning out the DVR... and more Gerard Butler


  • Aguirre: The Wrath of God (Prime)
  • Angel Has Fallen (Netflix)
  • Attack the Block (DirecTV / Crackle)
  • Bad Education (HBO)
  • Blinded by the Light (HBO / Hulu)
  • Comic Book Confidential (Prime)
  • The Death of Dick Long (VOD)
  • Drop Zone (Crackle)
  • Extraction (Netflix)
  • The French Connection (Starz)
  • The Hospital (Prime)
  • In a Valley of Violence (HBO)
  • John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection (Prime)
  • The Kitchen (HBO)
  • The Lighthouse (Prime)
  • Literally, Right Before Aaron (Hulu)
  • Never Surrender: A Galaxy Quest Documentary (Prime)
  • Phantasm (Prime)
  • Platform (Netflix)
  • Rosemary's Baby (Prime / Hulu)
  • The Scheme (HBO)
  • Sully (DirecTV)
  • Three Identical Strangers (Hulu)
  • To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You (Netflix)
  • Trolls World Tour (VOD)
  • The Wild & Wonderful World of Whites of West Virginia (Prime)
  • The Willoughbys (Netflix)
  • The Wolfpack (Hulu)




Wednesday, May 6, 2020

Episode 429: On the Mark

In the new episode of The Deucecast Movie Show, the guys 'fess up about the things they are passionate about when it comes to movies. Mikey, Dave, and The Twitterless One, #TwitterlessDrEarl brings up those things in movies they "mark out for". From the Urban Dictionary: When you "mark out", you stand up for something or believe something completely.  Believing something completely.

And to help the guys mark out, they bring in a Friend of the Show who always marks out for The Deucecast, Miss Independent himself, Jeremy Burgess.

First up, a game of Rotten Tomatoes, checking out movies all about spring -- call out your score, whoever is closer (over or under) and get the point.

And then the crew looks at the directors, actors, genres, scenes, tropes and more they "mark out for", or "stan" for, or even as #TwitterlessDrEarl would say, "find groovy, the bees knees, the cat's pajamas"...  media movies... legendary logos... superstar deaths... and getting nekkid. Just listen. You'll get it.

Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Episode 428: Best of the Worst 2000s

In these uncertain times, it's important to embrace what you truly love -- bad movies. And leave it to Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl to bring you the best. The Best of the Worst.
After doing the Best of the Worst films of the 2010s with Lil G Ryfun (Ep 377) and 1990s (Ep 389), it was time to do Best of the Worst films, as dictated by a Rotten Tomatoes score of 50% or less... and to get the perspective of the fairer kind, the Jennifers make a return... Jennifer Kaufman and Jennifer Novotny both join the show!

First up, to celebrate the release weekend anniversary of Avengers Infinity War and Endgame, an MCU themed version of IMDb, naming the movie roles of those in the MCU...

Then the trash that we love, movies that rank low on RT but high in our hearts, from Orlando Jones getting shoved up an alien's bum to Britney Spears hitting a cross road to a Star Wars mission road trip to #TwitterlessDrEarl surprising everyone with his Scooby Doo love.

Plus, what happened to Julia Robert's best role in the Julie Bracket... Doctor Aphra... love for Favreau... Va-poo-rizers... M Night's folly... Dim Sum... Richard Pryor's bad Toys... Robin Williams bad Toys... the J-Lo Triumverate..

Movies discussed, and where to find them streaming (at the time of recording)

  • America's Sweethearts (STARZ)
  • August Rush (for rental)
  • Crossroads (not streaming anywhere)
  • Couples Retreat (for rental)
  • Daredevil (for rental)
  • Eagle Eye (for rental)
  • Elizabethtown (Amazon Prime)
  • Employee of the Month (Showtime)
  • Envy (for rental) 
  • Equilibrium (Netflix)
  • Evolution (Amazon Prime)
  • Fanboys (for rental)
  • Four Christmases (DirecTV)
  • Gone in 60 Seconds (Vudu Free)
  • The Island (HBO)
  • Lady in the Water (for rental)
  • The Majestic (Vudu Free)
  • Nacho Libre (Netflix)
  • National Treasure (Netflix) 
  • Night of the Museum (STARZ)
  • Romeo Must Die (for rental)
  • Scooby Doo (IMDb TV)
  • Surfer Dude (Vudu Free) 
  • Sydney White (Crackle)
  • The Toy (Crackle)
  • Toys (not streaming)
  • The Wedding Planner (Showtime; STARZ)

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Episode 427: Favorite Movie Opening Sequences

Another week, another episode from Quarantine Central, and Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl.
First up, a random game of See This Not That with 80s movie stars... and to bring in more movies and more opinions, it's the pride of St. Simon's Island, Georgia, that being Scottie Ryfun... and what's better than one Ryfun?  Ice cream. But in lieu of having ice cream, how about another Ryfun?  Lil G Ryfun returns again (and even has his pic on the website!)

Finally, to the Top Five... One of the most crucial parts of any film is the beginning, and the guys want to give their Favorite Movie Opening Sequences of All Time.

Also randomly discussed... Truman Capote... Ziro the Hutt... Annie Hall... the pretty of Ana de Armas... the early acting of Katie Heigl... JCVD's birthright... Leonard Nimoy's kid show... when Ryfun woke up Danny Glover... the old man that is Lil G Ryfun... Dave sees Star Wars on HBO...

These are the movies discussed, and where they are streaming at the time of recording:

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey (DirecTV)
  • Baby Driver (FX Now)
  • Blade Runner (Netflix)
  • Close Encounters of the Third Kind (Showtime)
  • The Dark Knight (DirecTV)
  • Ghostbusters (for rental)
  • The Godfather (for rental)
  • Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom (Netflix)
  • Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade (Netflix)
  • Inglorious Basterds (Netflix)
  • Jaws (DirecTV; Cinemax)
  • Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (for rental)
  • Lethal Weapon 3 (STARZ)
  • The Lion King (Disney+)
  • Minority Report (Netflix)
  • Mission Impossible III (for rental)
  • National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (Hulu)
  • Police Story (Criterion Channel; Kanopy)
  • Quantum of Solace (HBO)
  • Pulp Fiction (STARZ)
  • Raiders of the Lost Ark (Netflix) 
  • Saving Private Ryan (DirecTV) 
  • Scream (Showtime)
  • Seems Like Old Times (Crackle)
  • Star Wars: The Voyage Home (Disney+)
  • Up (Disney+)

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Episode 426: Clay Comforts

In these times, it's important to take time to be safe and healthy, but sometimes you need just a little more security in your earholes. Which is why The Deucecast Movie Show guys -- Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl -- are bringing the world a list of "Comfort Movies"... movies that just make you feel good, or that you've seen so many times, it's a total escape to watch.

But to truly provide the comfort you may need, the DCMS brings on the dulcet tones of Friend of the Show Clay Shaver!  Back again to show up the crew with his awesome style, the show catches up with the old friend, bragging a little on the Spawn of Clay and her record making track style, as well as getting the latest COVID news from up north.

Then, in a game played for the first time since Episode 350 (Oct 2018), a rousing round of Reel or Unreel, as Dave calls out the movie description and Mikey, Clay, & #TwitterlessDrEarl have to decipher what is... well, real... or unreal...

And finally, the topic at hand, Comforting Films. Those movies that just make you feel good, that you can enjoy at any point in these troubled times. From a Jesus musical to a Nic Cage drama to retrieving a baseball to the movie that stole the Oscar from "Enchanted".

Movies featured, and where to stream them at recording time:

  • The Cannonball Run (unavailable for streaming)
  • Con Air (for rental)
  • DieHard 2: DieHarder (HBO)
  • Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Netflix)
  • Go (CBS All Access) 
  • Godspell (for rental)
  • Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade (Netflix)
  • Inside Out (Disney+)
  • The Intern (for rental)
  • La La Land (DirecTV)
  • Mallrats (for rental)
  • Metropolitan (Showtime)
  • The Music Man (DirecTV)
  • Napoleon Dynamite (STARZ)
  • Once (for rental)
  • The Power of Glove (for rental)
  • The Sandlot (STARZ)
  • Star Wars (Disney+)
  • The Terminal (for rental)
  • The Wedding Singer (AMC On Demand)
  • The Wizard (HBO)

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Episode 425: ReFlicktions and TV Time Too

The second week of quarantine recording brings Mikey, #TwitterlessDrEarl, and Dave back to their respective Deucecast Central, Deucecast ER, and Deucecast Cabanas, to give a quick recap of the movies that have been seen in the last few weeks.

Mikey was able to catch just a few films in the theaters before the lockdown, while Dave and #TwitterlessDrEarl slum it up on conventional TV screens....

And speaking of TV screens, after the list of movies, the guys turn their attention to the small screen as they go over some of the television shows they've been watching and binging -- The Outsider (HBO)... WestWorld (HBO)... Lost in Space (Netflix)... LegoMaster (Hulu) are a few of the several shows discussed, and for the first time in a long time... Grey's Anatomy Watch returns!

Here are the movies discussed:

  • Abominable (for rental)
  • All the Bright Places (Netflix)
  • Angel Has Fallen (Netflix)
  • At Close Range (Amazon Prime)
  • Battered Baseball of Baseball (Netflix)
  • Black Mirror: Bandersnatch (Netflix)
  • Bloodshot (for rental)
  • Coffee & Kareem (Netflix)
  • Cop Car (Netflix)
  • Dark Side of the Ring: Benoit (YouTube)
  • The Dead Don't Die (Cinemax)
  • The Death of Stalin (Netflix)
  • Downfall (Amazon Prime)
  • Frances Ferguson (Amazon Prime)
  • Galveston (HBO)
  • The Hunt (for rental)
  • The Invisible Man (for rental)
  • The Last Unicorn (HBO)
  • Murder Mystery (Netflix)
  • Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe (YouTube)
  • Onward (Disney+)
  • Panic: The Untold Story of the 2008 Financial Crisis (HBO)
  • Scott Pilgrim vs the World (Netflix)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (for rental)
  • Spenser: Confidential (Netflix)
  • Sweetheart (Netflix)
  • Zombieland: DoubletTap (Starz)

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!