Today, on a very soundtrack-heavy discussion, I'm joined by the former editor of Gamespot and Giant Bomb--and current podcaster with the Nextlander Podcast and the Nextlander Watchcast--Alex Navarro (@alex_navarro), and we're talking about the American release of SUPERCOP. Dimension Films bought the rights to it, and the Weinsteins gave it a new edit with a completely incongruous soundtrack.
In this episode we talk about the film itself, the incredible final act, Michelle Yeoh being the best, what a force of nature Jackie Chan was in his heydey, whether The Fresh Prince was responsible for Tom Jones 90s revival, how funny it is to see Hong Kong drug lords having a conversation in a car while listening to Warren G, how bad the Black Grape song is, and more.
Listen to Nextlander here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nextlander-podcast/id1570737028
Listen to the Watchcast here (including their episode on SUPERCOP): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-nextlander-watchcast/id1633712013
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