Binge-Watchers Podcast

Films And Comfort Food: Dazed And Confused

November 19, 2019 Season 13 Episode 3
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Binge-Watchers Podcast
Films And Comfort Food: Dazed And Confused
Nov 19, 2019 Season 13 Episode 3
Johnny Spoiler, Dangerous Dave, and The Binge-Watchers

Hi, welcome to the Binge-Watchers Podcast.

A late night show for your ears with entertainment news, film history, philosophies based on movie plots, hear the adventures and successful failures of our host, JOHNNY SPOILER joined by his buddies he has known since film school, DANGEROUS DAVE, NICKY LATES, and sometimes, their friends from TV, Film, and Music come along for the ride. One epic binge-watch after another. You could say this crew are professional binge watchers because they are movie fans that grew up to to try to make some films of their own as they navigate the industry, day jobs, and real life.

On Tonight’s Exciting Episode:

  • Things in the movie world right now is Nick Cage is going to be in a movie about Nick Cage trying to get cast in a Quentin Tarantino movie.
  • The kitchen sink of Ricky and Morty. What's up with Rick and Morty Season 4.
  • Disney Plus options and jokes about premium plans including all Disney's old intolerant content.
  • The Mandalorian series is briefly mentioned with some baby Yoda love.
  • Ben Affleck joins the bandwagon for the Synder Cut of Justice League.
  • Dangerous Dave loves Dazed and Confused; it is on his list of "Feel Good" comedies.
  • According to Ricard Linklater via an interview with Dazed Magazine (no relation), while the title is lifted from the Led Zeppelin song of the same name, it’s actually meant to accompany the idea that “it takes a full decade to process your teenage years.” Unfortunately, Linklater wasn’t able to secure rights to any of Zeppelin’s music.
  • The film includes a now famous breakout role from Matthew McConaughey.
  • More people should feel good by watching Son in Law.

Watch Dazed and Confused now

Synopsis:

This coming-of-age film follows the mayhem of group of rowdy teenagers in Austin, Texas, celebrating the last day of high school in 1976. The graduating class heads for a popular pool hall and joins an impromptu keg party, however star football player Randall "Pink" Floyd (Jason London) has promised to focus on the championship game and abstain from partying. Meanwhile, the incoming freshmen try to avoid being hazed by the seniors, most notably the sadistic bully Fred O'Bannion (Ben Affleck).


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Show Notes Transcript

Hi, welcome to the Binge-Watchers Podcast.

A late night show for your ears with entertainment news, film history, philosophies based on movie plots, hear the adventures and successful failures of our host, JOHNNY SPOILER joined by his buddies he has known since film school, DANGEROUS DAVE, NICKY LATES, and sometimes, their friends from TV, Film, and Music come along for the ride. One epic binge-watch after another. You could say this crew are professional binge watchers because they are movie fans that grew up to to try to make some films of their own as they navigate the industry, day jobs, and real life.

On Tonight’s Exciting Episode:

  • Things in the movie world right now is Nick Cage is going to be in a movie about Nick Cage trying to get cast in a Quentin Tarantino movie.
  • The kitchen sink of Ricky and Morty. What's up with Rick and Morty Season 4.
  • Disney Plus options and jokes about premium plans including all Disney's old intolerant content.
  • The Mandalorian series is briefly mentioned with some baby Yoda love.
  • Ben Affleck joins the bandwagon for the Synder Cut of Justice League.
  • Dangerous Dave loves Dazed and Confused; it is on his list of "Feel Good" comedies.
  • According to Ricard Linklater via an interview with Dazed Magazine (no relation), while the title is lifted from the Led Zeppelin song of the same name, it’s actually meant to accompany the idea that “it takes a full decade to process your teenage years.” Unfortunately, Linklater wasn’t able to secure rights to any of Zeppelin’s music.
  • The film includes a now famous breakout role from Matthew McConaughey.
  • More people should feel good by watching Son in Law.

Watch Dazed and Confused now

Synopsis:

This coming-of-age film follows the mayhem of group of rowdy teenagers in Austin, Texas, celebrating the last day of high school in 1976. The graduating class heads for a popular pool hall and joins an impromptu keg party, however star football player Randall "Pink" Floyd (Jason London) has promised to focus on the championship game and abstain from partying. Meanwhile, the incoming freshmen try to avoid being hazed by the seniors, most notably the sadistic bully Fred O'Bannion (Ben Affleck).


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Speaker 1:
0:03
Things and movie world right now is Nick cage is going to be in a movie about Nick cage trying to get cast in a Quentin Tarantino movie.
Speaker 2:
0:09
Correct. Open a cold box of wine. Oh, pull something code on ice because it's the binge butchers podcast.
Speaker 3:
0:38
[inaudible]
Speaker 1:
0:43
meta Nick cage ever possible. Which is kind of funny because like they've been just amping up the Nick cage newness, but like in the middle of the night. Do you think when he's sitting there as Nick cage, he goes, I don't know how much more Nick KJ can possibly give the world.
Speaker 4:
0:56
Right? Well yeah I still got those islands to pay for.
Speaker 1:
1:03
And then uh, Ben Affleck's join the bandwagon to release the Zack Snyder cut of justice league. Oh really? Yeah.
Speaker 1:
1:14
Oh and then they said, they said also hardly coins backstories being expanded in this movie called birds or prey. But in suicide squad too, they're supposedly using a bunch of practical special effects as opposed to CGI, which I can appreciate cause if in world-building, if you can actually build parts of the world, and again, like you can't build a bunch of planets like in star Wars, obviously the planets are CEI speaking to star Wars, Disney plus. I guess one of the main reasons to get that thing is this show called the Mandalorian what has a baby Yoda? And since the Mandalorian takes place after return to the jet, I, um, I think Yoda died in like empire strikes back. But, um, unless the dude gets reincarnated, I don't know. But that's what everybody's talking about. They're also talking about how Disney loaded up a bunch of their old vaulted, uh, older shit. The older shit that really bugged gets under people's skin cause they think it's racist or whatever.
Speaker 4:
2:12
Well that's, uh, they did, but not everything. Like there's, um, um, but like, but they put warnings on stuff like, I think they pointed out on Dumbo, the release of Dumbo. They put a warning on there that like some of these, no ref, uh, some of these things don't reflect blah, blah, blah today cause of the crows. So all I'll be done is released the old cartoons app already out there to begin with. And even then they've still, like they've held on song in the South, they held off on some of the Disney war time car teams, like with Donald duck.
Speaker 1:
2:45
Well, people are excited that it included Disney's gargoyles and includes like the gummy bears and all that. But um, I guess like they didn't include some episodes of the Simpsons and they loaded them out of order. So I don't know. They said some of the things are screwed up.
Speaker 4:
2:58
Well, for instance, the one, um, the one episode of the Simpsons, I think in the third season that had Michael Jackson, they've cut. But, but in all fairness, they started doing that off a TV, uh, in the last year because of all the stuff with Michael Jackson.
Speaker 1:
3:16
Oh, they're just like, it's going to be a PR nightmare if we include this in our content. So let's just get rid of it. So
Speaker 4:
3:21
pretty much, I mean, they, they already started doing that on the TV, I mean stopped airing and reruns. So it's not a surprise, but I guess a, some other shows like X men and a few other things were shown at order
Speaker 1:
3:36
because the X-Men cartoon, like you kind of have to watch it in order because every story is like a three parter. It's like three or four episodes in chronological order that tells like a whole cartoon story for that show. So it's not made to just watch sporadically, you know, so.
Speaker 4:
3:51
Well the other thing is, is like going back to the Simpsons, uh, the other thing they really screwed up on is they only put the episodes for, um, widescreen TVs and not the original box square that when it was aired. And, um, the problem people are finding with it is it's cutting off jokes. Like the one example they've put online is there's an episode where Homer goes to the deaf factory and they show like deaf, deaf light, regular deaf and deaf dry, and you see that it's all coming from the same tube. But in the new widescreen version, they like cuts it off. So you don't even see the joke. Oh, that's weird. So there's like shit like that where Disney's, you know, uh, but they said they're going to fix that in the next year.
Speaker 1:
4:34
Uh, then I saw something about like a camera format. It's not necessarily Disney plus, but I saw like Netflix was like conforming to one camera format called HDR. I'm not exactly sure. I don't know what that is. I mean, I obviously like HD sense for high definition, but what does the RSN for raw. Yep.
Speaker 4:
4:54
Like it's high. It's high dynamic range. Um, but you have to have like a new 4k TV to even take advantage of that.
Speaker 1:
5:01
Oh, I see. Okay. So they're just going like Fourcade out the window or, I mean, they're just going like, they're just maximizing for K's potential or whatever. Again. Yeah, pretty much. All right. Well, there you go. Um, so Phil, good movies. So these are movies that make you feel good. It should be a litmus test for these movies would be anything that makes you feel good as you watch it or it's a movie you grab that when you're down and out or you're just having like a bad day. You just like grab this movie off the shelf and you're gonna watch it. Right. Um, you know, it's not making me feel good is a TV show called Rick and Morty. It's new season. It's two episodes into a season that's only gonna have five episodes and I'm not digging it so far. I have a lot of complaints about these, uh, these new brick and mortars that are coming out. So
Speaker 4:
5:53
I haven't seen the second one yet, but because tonight, well, it hasn't aired on my, you're three hours in the future to me.
Speaker 1:
6:01
Dang. I'm in the future,
Speaker 4:
6:03
Dave, in the past. So you must've watched it right before this.
Speaker 1:
6:06
I feel good. I did watch it. I watched it like a half hour ago.
Speaker 4:
6:09
I, I, so I can't speak for the second episode. I like the first step. So it gave me what I wanted.
Speaker 1:
6:14
The kitchen sink of Rick and Morty, the first four is like, it's still was too much going on, literally too much. Um,
Speaker 4:
6:21
I, I dug it. I [inaudible]
Speaker 1:
6:22
without clear direction. I just feel like, I feel like they're almost like this show's almost too successful. It's like the phenomenon of having like too many people paying attention to it now, you know, like they used to kind of operate maybe under the radar, you know what I mean? It's just a little cartoon waltz whim and they were just doing whatever. But now I think like there's too many eyes looking at them. But now I, we'll say since Rick and Morty is making me feel like crap, I guess we'll have to move on to the next feel good movie. And this year this one's a Dave pick and I'll let David pitch it to you.
Speaker 4:
6:55
Well, uh, chose the, uh, 1993, uh, high school, but I just realized both of my movies are high school and both of your movies have a theme, but we can talk about that on Europe. So, wow. Um, no a days, 1993 days to confuse. This is the movie that if the anybody ever twisted my arm and asked me my favorite all time movie. It's this one. Um, this is like the first movie that I watched and I fell in love with them. It wasn't a Disney cartoon or Jurassic park. Um, very simple storytelling. Um, it's basically, uh, a remit. I mean, I'm a different version of like a American Fiti, although I hadn't seen it at that time, so I didn't have that to compare it to. Um, yeah, it's just like, it's the last day of high school in 1976 in a Texas town. Um, you know, just a story of a group of people like, you know, like I said last day, high school, hanging out, getting high drinking beer, trying to figure out where the next party is.
Speaker 4:
7:54
Um, you know, it's got a great, it's a, it's one of those movies that, um, was, uh, you know, uh, most of the actors went on to be somebody big. You mentioned Ben Affleck like earlier, Ben Affleck's in this as the, uh, kind of the protagonist, you know, if there's a, or not a protagonist and antagonist, if you're going to have one for this movie. Uh, yeah. Cause they have a high school tradition where in, uh, the, uh, freshman from are the eighth graders from high, uh, middle school turning to the freshmen on the last day. The guys turning into seniors, uh, go and paddle them as a high school initiation. Uh,
Speaker 1:
8:31
what's your in this one day? Yeah. Okay. So colors that are gonna become freshmen the following year get hazed in and the boys paddle, the other boys and the girls do this weird thing with bacon and food in a party.
Speaker 4:
8:45
They like, yeah, they, uh, they put the girls through the ringer, throw shit at them.
Speaker 1:
8:50
Two groups of kids. There's the next freshman year and then there's the seniors that are leaving high and it's so like the last summer, a year or whatever, that aren't really in the same circles, all end up at the same party and then kind of intermingle and mix with each other. And as Dave said, there's some faces that pop up. You've got a young Ben Affleck, you've got Matthew McConaughey who was a student at university of Texas because he's really just the dealer that gets them the beer and the drugs and whatever else, but then ends up at the parties with all of them and like inspires one of the other kids to get his shit together and like impress this other girl who's like a sophomore. So there is a little bit of like a mix. Like I said, I've always kids in different age ranges. And then the only other subplot is the football player who is supposed to sign a anti-drug commitment for the football team or whatever. And he's like the biggest pothead in the whole movie. So, um,
Speaker 4:
9:39
well he's got his morals, you know, he doesn't want to sign off on it. Yeah.
Speaker 1:
9:43
And they're supposed to have a party there, one friend's house who got a keg and then he gets in trouble with his parents. So then they're going to move the party and it's Richard Linkletter. So I guess we should probably tell people that. And then, uh, obviously like he, I think he's from Austin, so he always goes back to Texas in his movies. But they've mentioned American graffiti, which is just like kids in high school hanging out at like the, the teeny bopper hamburger joints and then driving cruising around the boulevards in their cars, like on sunset strip. And that's um, George Lucas of all people, but it has, it has Ron Howard and has, um, what's his name, who's in jaws.
Speaker 4:
10:22
Oh, Richard Dreyfus.
Speaker 1:
10:24
Two main kids and dragging around doing drag races like the Los Angeles river, which is just basically a canal with no water. Um, but uh, this, I was reading that like, if you want trivia, I, I read that Linkletter originally planned the movie to take place in the cars. Like the whole movie, the two guys, the two friends or whatever, the main friends will just be cruising around in their cars talking about music and stuff like that. And then like I saw they, they move, we spent a lot of money trying to get like a music catalog together. Like the soundtrack is like almost more important than like what the kids are doing.
Speaker 4:
10:58
Yeah. Well I know he had to fight him on that because um, they re the studio wanted him to do, have new bands do covers of 70 songs for the whole soundtrack. And he fought to say no, no. Play the original songs, play the original versions and he ended up getting his way and kind of proved them right because the soundtracks sold a ton of copies when you still went out and bought CDs.
Speaker 1:
11:21
Yeah. And um, I'm trying to figure out which, uh, Oh, it's a led Zeppelin song. The name of the movie is actually led Zeppelin song, but he actually couldn't get their song. [inaudible] but that's the name of the movie, which is funny.
Speaker 4:
11:39
Well cause led Zeppelin is kind of notorious for, I'm not lending out their music to movies. They've kind of softened on that lately cause I mean how they used it in one of the Thor movies, but for years, either paid up the nose or led Zeppelin wouldn't let you use their songs. Huh.
Speaker 1:
11:57
Interesting. Talking about familiar faces. Let's see who else was in there besides Matthew McConaughey.
Speaker 4:
12:06
Uh, Milla Jovovich,
Speaker 1:
12:09
uh, Jason London, right. One of the one they brothers.
Speaker 4:
12:12
Yeah, one in Olin brothers. Um, Anthony Rapp who's on that latest star Trek discovery show and also the one with Kevin Spacey. But we don't need to go into that
Speaker 1:
12:24
out of him, but he thinks he's going to be able to beat up the bully. Who is,
Speaker 4:
12:26
Oh that is um, Adam Goldberg. Adam,
Speaker 1:
12:30
he's in a couple of things. People will probably recognize him. So yeah. So that's basically how the friends break down. There's the senior jocks, there's this senior cool girls, there's a sophomore girl, there's a freshman girl and freshman guy. Someone I'd like their own little side stories is they get indoctrinated cause basically, you know what's funny is there's take one boy, one girl and kind of absorb them in under their group. And then you kind of see like, yeah, you see like their experiences with, with the, the existing popular group. And then there's like the burnouts, which Mia Jovovich is one of those. And there's a guy from empire records in here. Right? Isn't he the guy who was telling him the story about George Washington being a pothead?
Speaker 4:
13:10
Yeah. Yeah. He's a, he's the biggest burnout. That's a Slater. Yeah. Yeah.
Speaker 1:
13:16
Sizable face. I don't remember his name, but he, he's another one that like, people probably recognize from other movies.
Speaker 4:
13:21
Uh, Rory Cochran, uh, if he's, he's kind of like popped up in the last five years while you Lee and seems
Speaker 1:
13:28
yeah. Yeah. Kind of. Yeah. And so anyway, all these little, I guess, I guess by the end of the movie, they're all friends. I mean they all end up like getting high in a football field and they're at this party, Ooh. Party at the Moontower Moontower
Speaker 4:
13:40
yeah.
Speaker 1:
13:41
Or like, which is like a water tower literally in a field. Um, yeah. And so they go and party and become friends with each other and then it's just like hanging out with teenagers. And they were saying like, it's not high stakes like a John Hughes movie. Right.
Speaker 4:
13:56
No, that's why it's kinda hard when going over the plot because the plot is, is secondary there. It's, it's really a just a character study or a hangout movie. Um, so I mean, you know, when talking about plot, I mean there's very, very loose one. Um, it's just full of great moments. Um,
Speaker 1:
14:12
okay.
Speaker 4:
14:13
You know, uh, you know, we talk about feel good movies. I mean, my, uh, I put this on this morning, um, I haven't watched it probably few years and it's one of those movies when I watch it, I'm like, why don't I watch this more often is one of the movies I used to watch a lot when I was younger and I hadn't, you know, don't watch it quite as often as I used to, but I mean, I can quote it, I'm talking along with it. I'm seeing what the songs, like for me, this is the definition of a feel good movie. I could tell if I have a bad day, if I throw this on, I'm going to feel pretty good again. You know, I just had a smile on my face the whole time watching it.
Speaker 1:
14:45
So if you match it with food, you have to go with like Austin style barbecue, like a brisket or do you just go with like burgers, fries or pizza, like teenage food?
Speaker 4:
14:54
Well, these $5 special or something, like what is, what is it? I'm sorry, I keep cutting you off. Uh, uh, I'm going to say you're not going to go along with the movie. You have like a jalapeno burger and fries, you know, is that happening in the movie? Yeah, they go hang out at a driving like a local drive in a burger joint. It's where you get food delivered so, and they eating jalapeno burgers. So,
Speaker 1:
15:19
so like having the dry, having a food place and this is kind of straight up like it is like basically it's like, it isn't American graffiti in a way, just for like a different generation or whatever. But uh, I was reading online that people who like were teens in the 70s like re link letters generation or whatever, said that this movie kind of fills like right at home. Like this actually, um, seems like the experiences that they had, I was like, Oh, that's pretty unique. I guess if a movie could even touch into any of that nostalgia for them, you know?
Speaker 4:
15:51
Right. Yeah. I'm, I'm waiting for like, uh, I think it's going to happen one day, but I don't think they've made like the American graffiti or days confused of like the late nineties, early two thousands yet. The nostalgia piece.
Speaker 5:
16:05
Wow. Um,
Speaker 1:
16:11
that's funny. Some of my stories have things like that, like things that I remember from when we were like in high school, you know.
Speaker 4:
16:18
Yeah. I like, I mean, uh, you know, they hang out at the Moontower item now it seems like small towns, like I grew up, uh, there is a place where I grew up called rainbow Bay or no, that was, there's a couple of places, but we used to hang out a place called, um, Sawtooth Canyon where that was just a local like, uh, started bonfire, get drunk, kinda a high school area. Um, so I'm always fascinated when you, especially in small towns like where the local ham hang out spot. It's not that I want to go do it, but like it seems like every small town has like a place that all the teenagers know you go drink and hang out at. Um,
Speaker 5:
16:52
totally, totally.
Speaker 4:
16:55
So and, and you know, it's kind of funny, like I watched this movie, this movie, let's see, I watch this probably when I was like 10 or 11 when it came out in the video. So I was younger than the characters in it. And now I'm like older than the characters in it and it's just kind of, you know, watched it when I was 17 I was definitely in high school. Yeah. So, you know, it's kind of weird for me cause I watched this movie when I was younger than the characters and now I've come to being a lot older than the characters in the movie. Uh, cause I grew up with this one. I mean this is a, for me, a classic,
Speaker 5:
17:29
um, classic. Huh?
Speaker 4:
17:31
I mean it's got, and it's, the soundtrack is great. I mean it's full of like, you know, seventies does kind of rock songs of the era was these and your top, everybody has like hot rods or Oh yeah. That was, that was still amongst the hot rod generation where you know everybody had muscle cars and shit
Speaker 1:
17:51
cleans a total fucking asshole. I don't know what a mail monkey motherfucker, one of the bullets in the movie, he's really not like, he, he's like machismo, but he's not like, he's not like a, like a, a psychopath, like an athletic, like all his only motivation in the movie is to like literally spank somebody's ass with a wooden paddle. And he follows stocks. That guy through the whole movie.
Speaker 4:
18:17
Well on top of it, they even said he was a dumb ass. Like he was a senior that year, but he flunked. So he's going to be a senior again. So the, the joke is that he's a, he flipped twice just so it can be an asshole two years in a row.
Speaker 1:
18:30
Yeah. So okay, so you're watching this movie, you could be in a hamburger if you watch it.
Speaker 5:
18:37
Mmm.
Speaker 1:
18:38
I'm sure a lot of people watch it and get stoned when they watch it. They're a part of that whole culture.
Speaker 5:
18:44
And then, uh, um,
Speaker 1:
18:48
after it's over David, like what kind of feeling does it give you? Like, what was it like, what did you want to do after you watch this movie again? Like, did you get like, did you feel like you could conquer the world? Did you want to get up and run around with a bunch of energy? Did you want to get high? I mean, like what, like what does the movie, what kind of state of mind is it puts you in?
Speaker 4:
19:08
Um, you know, it's kinda, it just kinda made me feel warm and fuzzy. Like a warm blanket. Like I said, this is movie I watched a lot when I was younger and it's just the familiarness of it, the comfort of it. It's like the definition of, I mean, it felt good and it's a comfort food movie. Like I just felt,
Speaker 1:
19:24
so that's it. It's just so it's just something that puts you in a good place by the time you're done watching it, right? Like, it's just like a natural thing.
Speaker 4:
19:31
I mean, there's, there's so many movies. I mean, there's, there's a ton more movies we can do for this list, but some of them we've already covered. I mean, I could say Groundhog day can be one of those movies, but, you know, we did a commentary on that. Um, so I mean, it's, you know, just something that makes you feel good watching it. It's, it's nostalgia. It's comfort food.
Speaker 1:
19:49
See, that's funny, isn't it so weird how like strict in my mind is with movies, like you said, like Groundhog day could be a feel good movie. And I'm like, Oh no, that's a philosophical movie. Or a time. And like, I put like, I have like these locked bins inside my head of like, where movies go. I mean, there's little sub genres, right. And it's like, and I don't mix them. It's kind of funny. I mean, you know, I,
Speaker 4:
20:12
yeah, it's also kind of hard. I mean, there's the definition of what a feel good movie is like. Um, I dunno, like think of, I guess because I'm thinking of Thanksgiving right now, but like, uh, planes, trains and automobiles is another
Speaker 1:
20:25
to see that that's the ultimate, it's also a great comedy. It's also, you know, I think the road trip movie. Yeah, you're right. It always ends up on our holiday playlist movies. So we've literally talked about that movie like the last two years in a row. Kind of talked about it at least like five times. Um, so we're kinda like, I don't know. I mean, it's funny. Binge Watchers is like about like all the good movies, you know, like, um, I'm trying to keep the variety going, you know, I was like, let's talk about the same 10 movies over and over again, but who knows, you know. Whoa. And he just like cut out for a really long time on my end. Oh, really? You didn't hear me? I was still talking. He probably have like this great philosophical thing you just said. And I had it didn't catch a word of it.
Speaker 1:
21:09
All I was saying to you and everybody listening was um, we talk about planes, trains and automobiles like every year and I think it's a great movie. To me it's probably like the ultimate feel good movie of all time, but we've talked about it so much. I was trying to like change it up with a variety and also that movie always finds itself on the holiday playlist episodes that we've done. So like literally like the last few years in a row about this time of the year we've, we've talked about that movie, you know what I mean? So I was like, okay, let me see what else we can, we can squeeze into this feel good category. And honestly like I hope people like actually revisit like son-in-law, like imagine if there were, if you go like okay if you were, I wish Netflix did this, like I was thinking about like or anything, anything you don't have it.
Speaker 1:
21:54
Like you can set up a queue and so you have like a playlist and then like your queue plays. But he usually, if you're like watching an episode of the office, it plays the next episode. If you're watching a series on anything, I think prime does that too. Like if you're watching episode one, it plays episode two. What I like to see is like a service that allows you to like set a playlist. Like, Oh I want to watch this now and then I want to watch this and then I want to watch that and they want to watch this. Cause you can easily go for a two for one. You can watch son-in-law on days of confused in the same night. Do you know what I mean? Like, and that's what I'd like to see. I'd like to see like the good old days where you walk into a video store and you're renting like two for one or two for 49 cents and he grabbed this one, grabbed that one, or like, Oh you got enough points son-in-law's free cause you rented this movie.
Speaker 1:
22:37
And then I'd like to see more people watch son-in-law as a feel good movie. You know what I mean? And I'm sure, I'm sure they're gonna listen to you and they're gonna watch dazed and confused. It's almost guaranteed. Like people are gonna be like, Oh Matthew McConaughey is one of his first movies. Like I haven't seen this. Let's dig this up. You know there's going to be quite a few people that know what it is. I'm pretty sure like some die hard binge Watchers out there. They're going to know exactly what it is. But then somebody might stumble upon this podcast and be like, what are they talking about? And then they Google it and then next thing you know they're there and they're watching it or like and click our links cause I'm going to be nice and put a link in there and they can go rent or watch dazed and confused by clicking it and then they got it and then they're done. They're done and they're on to like their days confused experience.
Speaker 5:
23:21
Other than that,
Speaker 1:
23:25
whatever makes you feel good, let us know. Probably things that they do in the middle of the night on the internet are probably not like just watching a comfortable little movie. There's probably a lot of dangerous things that they do dangerous, like on the dark web
Speaker 6:
23:42
[inaudible].
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