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NIACW 362 The Coldest Game

Not In a Creepy Way

Release Date: 06/21/2020

NIACW 369 Anon show art NIACW 369 Anon

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Brothers J and Drew tackle the Netflix movie “Anon” which they both enjoyed despite its flaws

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NIACW 368 The Incredible Hulk 2008 show art NIACW 368 The Incredible Hulk 2008

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MCU movie number 2 arrives in the form of The Incredible Hulk. The discussion was fun, the movie somewhat less so.

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NIACW 367 The Booth show art NIACW 367 The Booth

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Brothers Drew and Eric tackle the somewhat obscure 2005 J-Horror film The Booth.  Along the way they talk about Pontypool, Chuck Woolery, and Hulk Hogan’s restaurant chain “Pastamania.”

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NIACW 366 The Pelican Brief show art NIACW 366 The Pelican Brief

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Brothers J and Eric tackle 1993’s The Pelican Brief and found it overlong but worth every minute. J describes it as the Filet-O-Fish of movies while Eric likened it to the kind of movie one watches on a lazy Saturday afternoon in the winter

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NIACW 365 First Man show art NIACW 365 First Man

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Space-cadet brothers J and Drew discuss First Man, a period piece starring Lukas Haas.

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NIACW 364 Iron Man show art NIACW 364 Iron Man

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Andersons Assemble for the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, 2008’s Iron Man.

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NIACW 363 MacGruber and Stuber show art NIACW 363 MacGruber and Stuber

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The brothers welcome Jerri back for two comedies linked only by a rhyme: MacGruber and Stuber. The hate runs hot in this episode. 100% of us didn’t like MacGruber and 50% didn’t particularly like Stuber.

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NIACW 362 The Coldest Game show art NIACW 362 The Coldest Game

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Brothers J and Eric discuss The Coldest Game, a film available for streaming on Netflix in the US. They agree it’s an entertaining film for what the filmmakers were trying to do… although what WERE they trying to do?

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NIACW 361 The Current War show art NIACW 361 The Current War

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The Brothers discuss the historical drama “The Current War,” about the war between AC and DC and between Thomas Edison, George Westinghouse, and Nikola Tesla. While wonderfully acted and skillfully shot,  the whole endeavor left the brothers wanting more.

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The brothers discuss how Terminator Dark Fate had so much potential wasted. Go watch The Sarah Connor Chronicles instead, you might care about those characters.

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Brothers J and Eric discuss The Coldest Game, a film available for streaming on Netflix in the US. They agree it’s an entertaining film for what the filmmakers were trying to do… although what WERE they trying to do? Also: Bill Pullman. Wrong actor or poorly directed. Not to worry, J and E solve the issues in case anyone wants to take their notes while doing a remake.

 

With Drew in the literal wilderness this week, J and E go off on wild tangents including: Jeff Goldblum, the artist Vitas, Tibetan throat singing, the new Xbox and PlayStation, WKRP’s episode A Fish Story, the Japanese terrorist cult Aum Shinrikyo and it’s charismatic leader Shoko Asahara, the noise that drives Eric crazy when editing turns out not to be a pen but instead J’s mouse click, the podcast Bananas, the podcast Dumb People Town, Kurt Braunohler’s skywriting prank, Eric and Journey’s upcoming very special episode, the Arsheerio Paul show, John Serba’s decider.com review of The Coldest Game, Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman, and some talk about political books.

File length 1:43:06

File Size 75.9 MB

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