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Total Movie Recall

Release Date: 10/05/2020

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Total Movie Recall

This week on Total Movie Recall, we learn that while some stories never end, mothers do, and that’s the beginning of how a serial killer is made in this unflinching look inside the mind of one disturbed little boy. Hang in there with us, listen to this, and watch it again and try to tell us you didn’t witness a psychotic break as this poor boy retreats inside the dark fantasies of his mind. The Neverending Story (1984) d. w. ,  Music by  Starring: as Atreyu as Bastian as The Childlike Empress as Teeny Weeny On his way to school, Bastian ducks into a bookstore to...

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Ah, the good ole days of passing around R rated spank tapes. This movie is so trashy, it gave Charlie Sheen HIV. (1998) d. Starring: When teen debutante Kelly fails to attract the attention of her hunky guidance counselor, Sam, she cries rape, igniting a scandal that results in his arrest. Sam appeals to Ken, a hack personal-injury lawyer who has never handled a case that couldn't be helped by a prop neck brace. Soon, a second victim, Suzie, comes forward, and Detective Duquette discovers that the unfolding case is far from what it seems. Things discussed in the...

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Remember the innocent 90s, when white directors thought they had the N-word pass for some reason? What do you think their “woke” movie would look like? Probably like this, where the N-word is replaced by horrific rape and Mexican jokes. This proto-edgelord movie was looked at as such a good time romp that it was considered the perfect vehicle to transition from the hit network show ER to the big screen. What a simpler time… From Dusk Till Dawn (1996) d. w.  (story),  (screenplay) Starring: On the run from a bank robbery that left several police officers...

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This week on Total Movie Recall, we try to decide whether this is a charming, unique film about staying true to yourself, or a nightmarish descent into the insanity that comes with living in a barren, desolate landscape like rural Idaho, where the Uncle Ricos of the world keep subterranean dungeons for unsuspecting Debs. This might say more about where our heads are at right now than about this beloved comedy. Napoleon Dynamite (2004) d. w. ,  Starring: In small-town Preston, Idaho, awkward teen Napoleon Dynamite has trouble fitting in. After his grandmother is injured in...

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This week on Total Movie Recall, these two born-insecure honkies break down the seminal Blaxploitation movie of 1975 and do a pathetic job of trying to reconcile its progressive vision of black empowerment with the misogyny of the pimp game. It gets complicated. Dolemite (1975) d. Story by: Starring: Dolemite is released from jail after being wrongfully convicted to take on rival pimp Willie Green, corrupt police officers who framed him and even the mayor! With the help of his friends: Queen Bee (the madame of his brothel), Creeper (the heroin addict Hamburger Pimp), Reverend...

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This week on Total Movie Recall, things get Freudian as they did for every little boy who stared confusedly at Jessica Rabbit and wondered what was happening to them. Handsome, chiseled leading man Bob Hoskins soldiers on in spite of the bleeding ulcer all that booze gave him, and Christopher Lloyd goes to eleven with his unhinged, terrifying performance. Did hentai exist before this movie? Because it sure as hell did after it. Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) d. Starring:   Down-on-his-luck private eye Eddie Valiant gets hired by cartoon producer R.K. Maroon to investigate...

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This week on Total Movie Recall, we take a hard pivot from all the toxic masculinity of weeks past and Steve shows his gentle, romantic side. Somehow, Ryan makes this about his sad sack heartache but in the end, everybody calms down and moves on with a nice mutton, lettuce, and tomato sandwich. The Princess Bride (1987) d. w. Starring: A fairy tale adventure about a beautiful young woman and her one true love. He must find her after a long separation and save her. They must battle the evils of the mythical kingdom of Florin to be reunited with each other. Based on the...

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This week on Total Movie Recall, Ryan stares out the window of his furniture-less modernist home at the endless, uncaring ocean while Steve sleeps on the floor with his hand gripped around his pistol. The pseudo-philosophy of this movie seems deeper than it is because it’s endlessly reflected in all the glass buildings of Michael Mann’s uber-masculine vision. Sure, it may be pretentious, but that’s the point, and if you’ve got a problem with that, I will take you down, because we ain’t exactly doin’ thrill-seeker podcasts with “Born to Lose” tattoos on our chests. (1995) d....

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This week on Total Movie Recall, two white guys talk about hip hop culture in a totally convincing way when they put on their mustard-colored overalls to go to the House Party. Steve, a sentient walking issue of Pitchfork, schools Ryan on the infinite subgenres of hip hop while Ryan, to no one’s surprise, gets a little weepy at touching father-son relationships. House Party (1990) d. Starring:   Kid decides to go to his friend Play's house party, but neither of them can predict what's in store for them on what could be the wildest night of their lives. Things...

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This week on Total Movie Recall, the pressures of competing at a professional level with all the concussions, cocaine, infidelities, and painkillers almost make Steve request to be traded during the free agency period after he and Ryan bicker about Oliver Stone’s divisive 1999 film, Any Given Sunday. Does Steve’s complete lack of interest in professional sports bring this episode to a screeching halt? Yes. Can you tell who’s writing these summaries yet? Probably. Any Given Sunday (1999) d. Starring: Four years ago, DAmato's (Al Pacino) Miami Sharks were at the top....

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This week on Total Movie Recall, we take a big shit on Boomers and their cheap nostalgia for a “better time.” A time when a bunch of baseball-loving kids’ black friend would have had to walk home to his segregated neighborhood. A time of nuclear anxiety because our megalomaniacal leaders were determined to blow up the world. A time when women were openly sexually harassed with no consequences. But hey, wasn’t baseball fun? Don’t think about all that other stuff.

The Sandlot (1993)

d. David Mickey Evans

Starring
Tom Guiry - Scotty Smalls
Denis Leary - Bill (stepdad)
Karen Allen - mom
Mike Vitar - Ben
Patrick Renna - Ham
Chauncey Leopardi - Squints
Marty York - Yeah-Yeah
Brandon Quintin Adams - Kenny DeNunez
Grant Gelt - Bertram Grover Weeks
Shane Obedzinski - Repeat
Victor DiMattia - Timmy Timmons
James Earl Jones - Mr. Mertle
Art LaFleur - Babe Ruth (The Babe)

When Scottie Smalls moves to a new neighborhood, he manages to make friends with a group of kids who play baseball at the sandlot. Together they go on a series of funny and touching adventures. The boys run into trouble when Smalls borrows a ball from his stepdad that gets hit over a fence.

Things discussed in the show:

Inception (Christopher Nolan, Leonardo DiCaprioJoseph Gordon-LevittEllen Page)

Das Boot (Wolfgang Petersen, Jürgen ProchnowHerbert GrönemeyerKlaus Wennemann)

The Neverending Story (Wolfgang Petersen, Noah HathawayBarret OliverTami Stronach)

Enemy Mine (Wolfgang Petersen, Dennis QuaidLouis Gossett Jr.Brion James)

Starman (John Carpenter, Jeff BridgesKaren AllenCharles Martin Smith)

Junior (Ivan Reitman, Arnold SchwarzeneggerDanny DeVitoEmma Thompson)

Air Force One (Wolfgang Petersen, Andrew W. Marlowe, Harrison FordGary OldmanGlenn Close)

Cabaret (Bob Fosse, Liza MinnelliMichael YorkHelmut Griem)

Soviet Era Movie Posters

Deadly Prey Gallery movie posters

Brutalist, modern & gothic architecture

Papers, Please video game

Sophie's Choice (Alan J. Pakula, Meryl StreepKevin KlinePeter MacNicol)

Zdzisław Beksiński (Polish painter)

Vice (Adam McKay, Christian BaleAmy AdamsSteve Carell)

The Big Short (Adam McKay, Charles Randolph, Christian BaleSteve CarellRyan Gosling)

Cursed (Frank MillerTom Wheeler, Katherine LangfordDevon TerrellGustaf Skarsgård)

Dungeons & Dragons

Game of Thrones (David BenioffD.B. Weiss, Emilia ClarkePeter DinklageKit Harington, Lena Headey, Sophie Turner, Maisie Williams, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Iain Glen, Gwendoline Christie

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Knights Templar and kissing buttholes to awaking kundalini and your third eye.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (Steven Spielberg, Harrison FordCate BlanchettShia LaBeouf)

W. (Skull & Bones jerking off in a coffin, Oliver Stone, Stanley Weiser, Josh BrolinElizabeth BanksIoan Gruffudd)

A Christmas Story (Bob Clark, Peter BillingsleyMelinda DillonDarren McGavin)

Stand By Me (Rob Reiner, Stephen King, Wil WheatonRiver PhoenixCorey Feldman)

The Wonder Years (Carol BlackNeal Marlens, Fred SavageDan LauriaDaniel Stern)

Bryan Adams - "The Summer of 69"

Puppet Master

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