Binge-Watchers Podcast

New Year's Countdown 1 ( Re-Release With New Intro)

December 31, 2019 Season 14 Episode 5
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Binge-Watchers Podcast
New Year's Countdown 1 ( Re-Release With New Intro)
Dec 31, 2019 Season 14 Episode 5
Johnny Spoiler and The Binge-Watchers

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Happy New Year's from The Binge-Watchers!!!

To ring in 2020, here is one of our Top episodes from 2019, at Top #3, here is "Sportify."

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Just like this podcast, every sports movie is about an underdog.

Some of our favorite sports movies are discussed.

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Johnny Spoiler here:

Happy New Year's from The Binge-Watchers!!!

To ring in 2020, here is one of our Top episodes from 2019, at Top #3, here is "Sportify."

Original Episode blip:

Just like this podcast, every sports movie is about an underdog.

Some of our favorite sports movies are discussed.

Our
Links

Let somebody else read to you with a
FREE trial to Audible.

Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/bingewatcherspodcast)

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Here's the top three episodes from this year 2019 as we ring in 2020 1st up is an episode called Sport. If I We do this back in April, it was all about our favorite sports movies and what that meant to us Open
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Crack open a cold box of wine, or pour something cold on ice because it's the binge watchers podcast 
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somebody doesn't like the movie very much. Pretty good that you remember the fucking
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00:52
I don't hate it like
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almost home folks. He hates it. So track him on instagram. Dangerous at Dangerous. I know he's not dangerous, but I don't remember your Twitter hand, but he's Dave's never on social, so actually hangs out in the Facebook group. So if you want to stock Dave than go there,
spk_1:
01:14
I'm other anti social network antisocial network. Call it crap. Well, uh
spk_0:
01:23
um, look, I got a lot of movies on my list, man. I do to say, like, sports movies, you just get I don't know what is. The blood starts flowing and get medical, and
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01:33
I cut down like there's a lot more I could put on
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01:35
here. I got one too. 3456789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19. And this is all just off the top of my head movies. If I saw them on TV, I would have to stop like, let's say I was doing chores on a Sunday dishes on a Sunday cooking breakfast would stop. Have to watch the movie, you know? I mean, it's it pops up. Gotta sit down, Gotta watch it and nobody does that anymore. Nobody stops to watch something on the actual television. They queue it up. They downloaded tol be lengthy experience
spk_1:
02:11
the other day, actually, for like the first time in forever, When I was at my father in Law's for Easter like we popped on, he popped on Django unchained always So That's weird. Would be to come into the middle of home
spk_0:
02:25
in probably the awkward part where they're talking about the difference in schools when they're talking about the genetic science of like the late 18 hundreds and the argument about the different schools. I mean, if you're walking into an Easter Sunday dinner and that's the scene you walk into your other people, it
spk_1:
02:46
was even worse than that. It was the beginning scene with Leonardo DiCaprio having Thio two slaves go out and kill each other. The Mondo Fighting E Forgot have bunkers. That movie is,
spk_0:
02:59
uh, it's pretty gnarly out there. I mean, I mean, look, Tarantino does things for cinematic purposes. So for him to argue that it's the history of the history of the history of the bloody country that we live in global level block, he's doing it for the sensation in the exploitation. Like I'm not gonna sit here and say that he's like arguing he's a history buff in this is the only history of America or whatever and accept it in this all this stuff happened. The reason for him to incorporated into a movie is obviously for the sake of making the movie. You know, like, uh, he gets on a pretty high horse when he's in these really awkward I don't know what you watch any really awkward interviews about that with where they were trying to gauge whether he was exploiting or just giving, like, a historical record of what happened,
spk_1:
03:46
right? You know? Uh, yeah. No, Uh, I've seen him have some awkward interviews, and he tries the word I'm looking for just file out of his bullshit.
spk_0:
03:57
Yeah, he's definitely, like drinking his own. Cool it, you know? I
spk_1:
04:01
mean, like, just saved. Like you just said it was cool. And then let's move on because that's at the end of the day what you did.
spk_0:
04:08
Yeah. I mean, that would be more accurate. Like he's like, Oh, I read something terrible. I can't believe it's part of real history, but I put it in my movie because I got there's no other word for it. Excited? You don't even like he could have said. I went off on a tangent, and I included in the movie I'm a filmmaker. It's not my job to judge one way or the other. It's just my job, too. Representative visual mediums. You mean end of story. But it was like a, uh ah hot discussion for, you know, probably the whole year. Really, this is not the way I wanted our sports movie discussion to go. Hey
spk_1:
04:45
hasn't made a move. Yes, you can't inglorious bastards in the Bear Jew with the baseball bat, but
spk_0:
04:52
oh, no, no. It would be kind of cool to see Tarantino do like a sports betting movie you're so that would be kind of interesting. Like, what's his take on on sports movies?
spk_1:
05:02
Well, you know, I didn't put it on here, but, like, you know what Director did, Uh, what Director did a sports movie that you wouldn't expect from It was. Ah, Sam Raimi did. For the love of the game with Kevin Costner.
spk_0:
05:16
Oh, yeah, that is kind of random, huh? That's like a director for hire project. I wonder if rain use like, Oh, I heard Costner is doing this, and I have a chance to do it. I better. I better call my agent back, you
spk_1:
05:26
know? Yeah. I can't remember where that felt. He just decided he wanted to try a sports movie or because how even the quick and the dead, at least that we had a stamp on it felt like Sam.
spk_0:
05:39
Oh, man. Speaking of agents, though, like all these backdoor deals are starting to come out in the regular press now. But how? How it actually goes down like your agent has a special relationship with the studio or a filmmaker and that determines whether or not you get paid as a screenwriter or they develop your project. I mean, this is and this is Well, I mean, it's been going on since the bullpen days, but like for them to actually talk about it in the conversation is kind of really fun, but they're rattling. Everybody sells is out. Now, you no
spk_1:
06:08
speak. Well, you know what it comes down to, like package deals and all that shit. That's, uh, well, that's been common practice forever. Speaking of package deals, this movie sounds like one of those somebody that represents Michael Jordan. Yes. Money?
spk_0:
06:23
Uh, well, yeah. I mean, like, Okay, so what what gets this movie made? We want to advertise Looney Tunes. We wanna have an autobiography about Michael Jordan's career and Michael Jordan's in it like So you know, Bill Murray and the guy from Seinfeld definitely did this movie because it's Michael Jordan doing the movie and they got to hang out with Michael Jordan like That's like, That's the reason you're saying on the space jam, right? Yes,
spk_1:
06:46
I guess, is like Bill Murray known is like a big sports guy here.
spk_0:
06:50
Oh, he's a major sports fan. Major sports fan. Um, I don't know how much is in the bad basketball. He's really I know he isn't super into basketball, don't know about football, but he's Ah, out spoken baseball fan. And he's, um, obviously like a major golf, like he's like a professional celebrity golf player. Bring in his brother like professional golfers. But what again? That's like the the most pel sport you can play, I guess who say, Like, uh, you know, you definitely definitely have to regular mortgages in a reverse mortgage and several cars if you play golf on a regular basis. I mean, that might be a stereotype of the Am I in my mind? That's what I fantasize a typical golfer to be, you know, a certain demographic. Let's say that, right? Like, uh um, I don't even know where to start. Like like, I have probably more baseball movies on here. Which
spk_1:
07:52
baseball and, um, boxing come up?
spk_0:
07:55
Yeah, baseball, boxing do come up a lot presently. Golf. Yeah, which is reigned over me. Yeah, um, and other some movies that you can question whether or not they their sports movie or they're they're a mix. There's such a mash up that they could be included in, like, a subcategory, right, and then I then I was sitting here thinking like Okay, how much of the sport is played in the movie? Case in point? I did not put Jerry Wire around here, which he categorizes a sports movie, but I see that is more like a romantic comedy or drama that happens to have sports in the background. Like like the sports is just a plot device unit. I mean, um, so So I kept it off. It almost made. It was, though, and then, you know. But I do have filled dreams on here. Kevin Costner. Another what I consider another baseball, right? Like it talks about the white set White Sox scandal and gives baseball stars that have fallen out of the limelight a second chance, albeit in the afterlife. Spoiler alert. But the movie's been out for 40 years. Can't really ruin it. He build a baseball field, his farm that's going under and the bank's about to seize it. And essentially, they show up to play baseball. It's like a second chance for everybody. That's a great movie.
spk_1:
09:12
It really is. Oh my God. Well, I think we've talked about it before, but like it has one of the I don't just chokes you up moments like they did have a catch. Uh,
spk_0:
09:21
oh, man, Yeah, I was just watching an interview like Kevin Costner. Like doing like the anniversary interviews, right? They were asking about a couple of his movies like, That's what YouTube is. Good for me. There's these, these video channels where they're going, they'll catch a star, and we'll ask him like a round of questions about like, Hey, here's the pinnacle. Here's the highlights of your career. And then if you don't have time to watch his movies, at least to get here and talk about the stuff he did, you know? And, you know, that came up like how they turned that one little tiny moment into the centerpiece of Act three. And like the whole movie builds to that one moment, like, you know, like you think it's about. First, you think he's building the baseball field the same his farm. Then you think he has the baseball field to save his daughter. Then you think he has the baseball field, too? Put the ghost to rest or whatever that got like short changed when they were alive and then you find out the entire movie is just about him getting one last chance to connect with his father, who is a strange from from his life. You mean, like, you
spk_1:
10:24
know, it's been a long time since I've watched it, but I guess I never really broken down. Like, I've just seen that movie and just accepted it for what it is. But I never broke it down to its base elements.
spk_0:
10:33
Yeah, but the end of the best movies, man. Think about it. Like the ones that have won best picture of a certain for certain reasons. Like they're not really over complicated stories. They just hit the right elements at the right times and come together in the right waiting to catch everybody, right? Like pizza.
spk_1:
10:52
So, um I don't know, man. Do you want to, like, maybe divided by sport or we, you
spk_0:
11:00
know, just do one for 11 for one. Somebody will say a movie, and then, you know, you give your two things. And now, until for my you know,
spk_1:
11:10
Well, um I think I think about have 1/2 assed many as you. So I will just kind of plow long. Um and these air No particular order sandlots. Okay, everybody,
spk_0:
11:25
everybody knows the sound. One. And I can appreciate a sports movie that's like about kids, like a coming of age stories where kids are playing sports is kind of like I don't I don't know if it's true in other countries, but it's definitely an American pastime. American boys coming up like we go through things and like we go through adolescence, and part of that is, is caught up in playing sports in those past time. So that's a good pick.
spk_1:
11:47
You know, that's where you gather your friends and you know that it does that age. They're like early middle school or elementary.
spk_0:
11:56
I'd like to believe the filmmakers of Sand Lot or the writers were inspired by bad news Bears in 1976 with Walter Matthau. So e Ticket that won, because that's the Pinnacle Little League movie for me. But, uh, I think maybe that was the start of the on re out of control kids sports movies, right? Because
spk_1:
12:16
I'd say it's definitely a godfather.
spk_0:
12:18
Yeah, because it because there's definitely like, formulaic highlights of the sports Kidsmovies. You tell me if you agree or not like in sports. Kidsmovies. I don't like the outcasts of the rebel kids, but then they find their place by being champions of what game they're playing, you know, like they find their place is generally those movies.
spk_1:
12:40
Well, it's also one of the rear movies, like, kind of like like Rocky, where you got you. Like for people who for haven't seen it forever, they lose the big game.
spk_0:
12:52
Yes, you see, the list is unveiling itself, Dave. We're just following a natural rhythmic pattern here because Rocky three is on my list. It's and the reason I go to Rocky three is how he compiled the sports movie list was I tried to go with my gut reaction. If and either Rocky movies on TV, why stop? Maybe. But why would be guaranteed to stop a frakking three? Explain. Yes, because you can follow either path. In this movie you can watch. You can watch Mr Teas journey because he wants it bad, and he's hungry to be in Rocky's position. I never really got his chance. Granted, he's a little more aggressive about how he goes about it, but whatever he's in on it, he's honest. He's completely honest, and he and he's like Rocky from the original Rocky. And then Rocky has lost the eye of the Tiger has got to get it back. And it has the best freeze frame montage that everybody will be talking about forever. I'm running down the beach with Apollo Creed Man e like it's the most gay, hetero movie moment in, like the history of cinema
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14:02
planning to Rocky for
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14:04
you, too lucky for, uh like, Well, what's funny about that? Sports movies, too, is like you. A question, your heterosexuality, your bisexuality. You're homosexual. Your question at all. But you'll be okay with it because the movie's air entertaining you just go for the ride. Yeah, you could have done it on. You know what if somebody out there just got felt awkward but what I just said, or your response you know they're gonna do, they're gonna go turn on the sports sports movie and watch guys just beat each other up for an hour and 1/2 and have a beer and go to bed. And they're gonna feel justified in the whole of
spk_1:
14:43
my mind that they might find a movie where guys wrestle. You know this masculine like the wrestler.
spk_0:
14:49
Well, thanks. Nice or like vision quest. No. Nice girl wrestling. Also, Pinnacle, also one of the dinosaurs movies. Matthew Modine. Best movie. Who was he? Well, probably you kids out there. Probably Gnome is the first villain from stranger things,
spk_1:
15:04
but he's been the one is also in full metal jacket. And yeah, he was the thing in the late night
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15:13
almost late nineties. And I was gonna go, Yeah, Varsity blues. And any given Sunday to football movies you could take a look at. And now there's an FBI investigation named after a varsity blues. I
spk_1:
15:23
contemplated rewatching varsity blues just for that reason, but I didn't get to fit it in before this.
spk_0:
15:29
Oh, man, I haven't
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15:30
seen it since, like 2000 or 99. Whatever came out,
spk_0:
15:33
I guess we can cluster some of these. Oh, we're talking about the kids movies. I should have dropped mighty ducks, too, but I didn't
spk_1:
15:40
know that. That's like the favorite. Like a lot of people like, really respect that movie. Like sports figures like really love that movie for
spk_0:
15:49
yeah, Mighty Ducks, too. It's kind of based on like the 19 eighties rivalry between the United States and Russia. But in Mighty Ducks, two is the Junior Hockey League versus Like Iceland or something. But the hockey is taken very seriously in that movie, but we're
spk_1:
16:06
gonna forget a bunch of like hockey movies. I'm going to con a bunch of, you know, Happy Gilmore. It's kind of also golf movie, but, you know,
spk_0:
16:14
technically hockey. It's taken with the hockey.
spk_1:
16:16
No, both of you, please, with a hockey stick.
spk_0:
16:21
So if you don't watch the preteen analyst inside, But I mean Mighty Ducks two is a great movie and it's a mil. You Estevez, probably at his best playing coach, Bombay and, uh, and I like it better. The original, like I feel like the original, had a lot of growing pains for the concept, but Mighty Ducks two is actually like to me sequel. It's better than the original um, and then slap shot if you want to go to the other end of the spectrum, if you want, Like a more adult um, hockey movie with Paul Newman. That said the industry standard until, like the movie Goon came along. But goods on my list because If I have to pick one honky movie for the rest of time, then he's probably gonna be slap shot.
spk_1:
16:58
I gotta get I gotta get around watching Slapshot. Almost supposed to be closed.
spk_0:
17:02
Not Dean. It's breaking hearts. Hasn't seen
spk_1:
17:05
everything about this way. It gives me an opportunity. Okay, There you go. It's not hockey, but I'm gonna go blades of glory. Another
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17:13
good that'll that'll set me up for two of mine. Um, so that's figure skating. It's male figure skating. Specifically, it's really funny. There's the incorporate queen music, any electric dance flight fight thing at the end, which is pretty funny. But it has a training montage, Um, which is a parody of a training montage in a movie called Cutting Edge, which is about a dead like an injured hockey player. That becomes a figure skater because they get this idea that somebody who has the intensity of a hockey player will somehow be able to manage this diva figure skater who's like Tonya Harding tape but rich instead of instead of poor. But that brings up I Tanya. So you see how I did that day? My just rounded the bases, just walking around this base is there,
spk_1:
18:04
You know that Such a fucking movie. I never thought about it.
spk_0:
18:07
Yeah, well, I mean, like, again, the front runner was cutting edge. Because how many movies about figure skating are there that take it seriously until you have a good story about it? And then And like I said, cutting edge was the gold standard until I can. You came out a couple of years ago.
spk_1:
18:23
You know, I thought of it. So it's is a biography. I just never does right there. It's a fucking figure skating. Such a good movie, though.
spk_0:
18:31
Yeah, um, there's gonna be no easy transition on Mr Haughey moving here.
spk_1:
18:37
Well, I got one. You got a lot of like in the vein of Ah, Tony is kind of like, uh uh, Well, hell, if we want to talk about winter sports, you can talk about cool runnings.
spk_0:
18:47
Oh, shit. That's all medals too. Yeah, you're making bobsled team, and this is not made up. Unlike the trend at honky came in mighty Ducks, too. And quick shadow determined that because apparently listening to our podcast, which is really funny, but whatever. Um, there's a reald Jamaican bobsled team that, uh, there's a lot of people that fall from grace. See, there's like a running theme, like a kn athlete that falls from grace gets a second chance. This guy was in Olympic contender on American bots, umpteen cheated. And 30 years later, in real life, this is real guys, you look this story up. He was in Jamaica, I don't know, hanging out and somebody find out who he was. And they wanted to change their sport from Olympic running to Olympic bots. Leads and they almost won. They almost won the in Libya.
spk_1:
19:35
They got pretty far.
spk_0:
19:36
Yeah, um, when they won the respect of everybody else that have been competing in it for like, you know, however long it has existed, Um, talking about underdogs, I'll jump right into my next baseball movie on my list. Brewster's Millions again doesn't have another category. Of course, it could be considered a drama because if you look at comedies from the seventies and eighties, some of them are pretty dramatic, like some of them have these really dark moments, and Brewster's millions has some seriously depressing moments. But it's also very funny, but it's actually my favorite Um Richard Pryor movie next to, like maybe moving or something. And there's also one where he's a school bus driver. But Brewster's millions? I don't know why I love this movie so much. He's a guy. He wants to be a major league baseball player. He's in the minor league and some like Little Town baseball team. He inherits all this money from an uncle he didn't know he had. And the whole concept of this movie is he's gotta spend a portion of it in so many days to get the rest of it. It's like a game. Is Uncle's playing with him about greed or whatever? And he arranges a baseball game with Is it like it is the Yankees or the Mets? Do you remember?
spk_1:
20:46
I think I couldn't tell you. I have spent years since I've seen it. Maybe the Yankees.
spk_0:
20:50
Yeah, so he. But he arranges the game with like a major league team because he thinks his team is good enough to take them on, and he thinks he personally is it good enough? Player. But he always felt like he could have been in the major leagues. Look, that's the chance he missed out in life, and there's a moment in this movie where I don't know how Richard Pryor did this. But you look at him as this character, and you feel like you're watching him process the fact that he's not good enough. Then he realizes as his character, he's not good enough. And the movie seems seemed the moment seems so genuine and real, like We harp Harp about remakes about like Don't make this movie. It's like the Bible of a certain time of movie. You just don't you don't remake it you like. It's like a treasure that you just leave the load right. But I would watch another Brewster's, but I don't know if he would ever hit that moment. Obviously, like that might be unique to you that the director or or maybe it was Richard Pryor or something was going on that day like I don't know. I would love to know what happened that day, but, you know, they didn't really document films the way they do now. Look, everybody loves it behind the state, and that's technology, right? You're running a second camera behind the scenes, you're doing interviews and you're putting them online. I would love to know how they got to that moment that day. But of course, I don't know if everybody watching the movie is gonna be looking for these things when I watch movies. Those are the things I'm looking for. Yeah, but I mean, I don't know, but I recommend
spk_1:
22:21
everybody watched Brewster's millions so good I haven't seen that in years.
spk_0:
22:25
I might stick with baseball because I missed a hockey movie called Mystery Alaska again about underdogs trying to hold up against the big guys and see what they can do. Um,
spk_1:
22:34
well, underdogs in baseball. You got Moneyball? Yes, kind of a fairly thin. That's actually what Brad Pitt's best performances. Billy Beane.
spk_0:
22:43
Oh, and that's the movie that they make fun of Jonah Hill for being nominated for right? Isn't that what he got us his Oscar nomination for? Wasn't it money?
spk_1:
22:51
Was it that wonder was a wolf of Wall Street Fuck.
spk_0:
22:55
I think he's been twice nominated now, hasn't it amazing for your home? I think it was up for Moneyball,
spk_1:
23:01
Brad. Yeah, I think you might be right. I think he was.
spk_0:
23:04
Yeah, Billy being in the Oakland A's. It's like a third rate team, and they don't give him a lot of money toe make to really run his team effectively. So he devises a mathematical system. Oh, by the way, that character Jonah Hill plays is like a an amul Graham or whatever the. However you pronounce that word. It's like he's like three or four people put together that we're working on the system. He's not one person, all right. So, like Billy Beane, Israel, the formula toe put the baseball team together in the computer using math. That's riel. But they had basically invented a character that Jonah Hill plays to explain that system to regular people like us. The audience basically.
spk_1:
23:47
Oh, that's just, you know, screenwriting device. You kind of have to do that sometimes. Yeah. Um, you've also got, ah, league of their own.
spk_0:
23:56
Yeah, I see it. The league of their own. And I just wrote down major league.
spk_1:
24:02
You can't go wrong with that either, but I think of their own. I mean, I mean, uh, you don't know about. It's also a true story. About what? The female When everybody went off to war, there was no baseball to be played because most of players were off fighting. So they have female leagues. Yet they were the George, not the Georgia peach. Rockford Peaches? I don't remember, actually. Well, they were the peaches. I definitely know that I can't remember what town for,
spk_0:
24:28
um, that was a long pause. Sorry. Uh, I was really in your base. Will be to mind I was gonna jump in and say like, uh, major league. I watched that for the Tom Berenger story. I mean, it's got wild thing. I mean, you got Charlie Sheen and his best, um, and you got Wesley Snipes in the least in the first movie gets replaced in this sequel, but explain Willie Mays. Hayes, who can run like everybody has really great talents, but they're kind of raw talent in the movie. Or second chancers like a Tom Berenger comes up from playing in like, I don't know, where is he playing a different league or something in another country and then comes up here and he's a catcher, but his needs air blown. But he has, like a romantic interest with Rene Russo was like trying to put his life back together and That's the reason to watch that again. I feel like they're running thing with sports movies is the underdogs.
spk_1:
25:23
Because people like to refer Underdog. Um, you know, um,
spk_0:
25:28
like Cinderella Man was boxing with a broken hand.
spk_1:
25:35
Well, we've also got the fighter, like, 100 dogs stories or, you know, a guy. I spent a lot since I've seen it, but was he like he was doing good? And then he was out of the game for a while, Came back. It was like a comeback story.
spk_0:
25:48
Which one you're talking about? The fighter with Mark. Hello to two brothers. They live down in Lowell, Massachusetts, Whatever their famous in their town. Yeah, when was a boxer then got hooked on crack. And then the little brother was coming up, and then he went to jail, clean his life up a little bit, and they're kind of like the unofficial mayors of their town or whatever. And then there was an actress who wanna move won an award that they were nominated for that movie. Everybody in the movie is no need for that. I think it's because they master the Boston accent. I don't know if they really deserve for their acting abilities. But give me a little slice of Massachusetts and all the Massa ls. That was done pretty well. You
spk_1:
26:29
don't want me if we're gonna stick with boxing for a moment, I still gotta get ranging bowl, which I did hear one of Nero's best performances.
spk_0:
26:37
And again, like sometimes you come across the believe it's overrated. And for me, that's one that falls into the
spk_1:
26:42
overrated category. It's the road
spk_0:
26:45
you like.
spk_1:
26:47
Like I'm not gonna drag on the conversation to debate.
spk_0:
26:51
And I could say I mean the other day not to throw you under the bus, as they say around here. But you were saying in the day that you felt like the space Jim itself was overrated, and that might be true, but I feel like it was like Michael Jordan just telling you his life story. But he loves Bugs Bunny, so they're like throw Bugs Bunny in
spk_1:
27:05
here. But it's not that I felt like I owned the VHS when I was younger, but, I mean, I haven't watched it in well over 20 years and then just didn't hold up to my memory of it.
spk_0:
27:15
Okay, fair enough. But if you like baseball players trying to act, there's another movie that came out recently. That's pretty funny, Uncle Drew, which is basically like a series of night coming from That was good. It's good, actually. Yeah, the best best ballplayer that I've seen Act is probably Shack like. He has a sense of humor, and he's popped up in a lot of ridiculous movies. But, um, you know, Michael Jordan played. It was all right playing himself, but the animation, actual lives good. Like I told you, like I saw, like, this high definition cut of the movie, the enemy. It doesn't look old, but if you watch it on a DVD, it looks old. But the thing I saw
spk_1:
27:52
technology was holed up really well, yeah, because I actually just watched a frame. Dr. Grab it recently, to which I mean they're the only connection is cartoons in humans. But even some of Roger Rabbit you could see like the seams and shit, but space jam. It was pretty flawless.
spk_0:
28:10
Yeah, but that's what's funny about, like taking an old print from these movies and watching him, like in a high def format. They actually still look amazing. But if you watch them the compressed format like VHS or DVD or if it's just playing on like TV, it looks like shit. It's got a funny funny that way. You know what you're gonna do? You're gonna find out where else you confined binge watchers on the Internet. It's a vast wasteland. But you know what? Let's point you in the right direction. You're a Facebook at Binge Watchers confined our page. They're pretty awesome. Cool stuff. Little video, post some funny things. There also episodes. Yeah, Yeah. Um, you know, check us out, Twitter binge underscore watchers. And you can find my personal instagram at Real. Jonty May on instagram course. All right. Have a good night, folks. We'll see you next time.
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