Counting down the most successful films of the 1980's & 1990's one beer at a time. Also jokes...and insight...and insightful jokes. Updates every Monday!
It was party time, it was excellent, it was the 90s and we were young. Listen as we talk SNL movies, embarrassing high school times, and the perfect pitch for Wayne's World 3.
Another little taste of silly. Try and guess the movie (it's one we've covered) based on the most random of Francisco's preparation notes.
Every time you watch John Wick, The Matrix, or Miss Congeniality, remember to give thanks to that plucky little 1960s GM Bus that could not be stopped or even slowed down regardless of how many cars it hit, tires it had, gas it lost, or gaps it jumped.
With Disney's new Mulan being all the rage we revisit the 90's animated hit. Wait, the new Mulan was last year? No one really cared? Dang. Well we talked about the old one anyhow.
We unveil a new segment in which Francisco reads his insane notes from old episodes much to E.G.'s confusion and consternation. Try and guess the movie he's talking about. Also a lot of talk about time traveling drug dealers.
The 1994 psychological thriller about a man (Jim Carrey) with split personalities, robbing a bank, tangling with the mob, assaulting local business owners. Introducing Cameron Diaz as the sexy femme fatale that tempts him down a path to ruin.
The 90's not your daddy's Peter Pan that now is totally your daddy's Peter Pan. Bangarang.
The questioning of memories, experience, and reality...of girls with 3 boobs. Verhoeven & Schwarzenegger so get ready for bad accents galore!
Fans of Drunk Francisco rejoice! Fans of T & A double rejoice...maybe triple rejoice there's a lot of nudity in this one. And there's nudity in the movie too! *rimshot* The 1992 Paul Verhoeven classic with Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone.
Do you know law things about how law works? Cause this movie definitely does not. Unfortunately this movie is not "Double Impact" the movie with 2 Jean-Claude Van Dammes which is the movie Francisco thought we were going to talk about.
Producer and Casting Director Margo Barrera joins us for the 1999 Rom-Com classic that's heavy on the Com but maybe not so much on the Rom. Is Hugh Grant pretty Woody Allen? Is Julia Roberts the villain? Is Horse & Hound a great name for a magazine? Listen to find out! (Yes; yes is the answer.)
The underrated sequel that confirmed that Bruce Willis was indeed, hard to kill. His carrer on the other hand, surprisingly easy to kill! *rimshot* ........he makes a lot of bad movies now.
Internet dating begins. But where was the long flashback wherein Liam Neeson teaches dating the keys of internet. Fake pictures and misleading information are powerful agents to the uninitiated.
Will Smith's c$@k and balls. Seriously. Also in the end the end we legitimately fix this movie.
The Duncans are back to talk about all the bdsm undertones of this classic family comedy.
We kept exchanging faces with each other until we're no longer sure who is who. Where is the soul? Is it in the face? It's probably in the face. We talk John Woo's insane 1997 action movie staring John Travolta and Nicolas Cage.
The episode where we get really old and all our young fans stop listening all together. Luckily Will Smith and Gene Hackman understand and agree with our crochety antics.
Enjoy this episode where we have to take breaks from talking about this very serious film about race and the justice system by also talking about Daredevil comics, heavy metal, Joel Schumacher's weird career, and, of course, Clint Howard.
E.G. and Francisco fight to the death to decide once and for all if this is a bad, stupid, immature comedy or a good stupid, immature comedy. Also the Terminator cartoon that should have been.
We kick off the year with one of the most influential and beloved film of the 90's; Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction". We, unsurprisingly, like it a lot but still make time to throw shade and burn bridges.
Hohoho blockheads. Gather the family around the fireplace this holiday season and listen to our now traditional discussion of a Netflix Christmas movie. Also we end up on Pornhub talking about sex dolls. So there's that.
There's no crying in podcasting! Obvious joke aside in this episode Erica rejoins to talk ladies, baseball, everyone hating Kit, Madonna playing herself, Beetlejuice making the movie better, and Tom Hanks and Geena Davis NOT hooking up.
Bad costumes, bad puns, bad passwords, and just plain bad. We offer some halfhearted defenses of this movie that should have been a comedy and almost was. So grab your shark repellent batspray and join us for the 1997 movie that killed super hero movies....for like 3 years.
Bobby DeNiro in a comedy?!? We talk daddy issues, Stone Cold Stunners, not giving money to charities, and Billy Crystal doing improv. Oh, and Sly Stallone, cause you know, it's us.
We are finally back! We leave the 80s and start our countdown of the top grossing movies of the 1990s with the classic 93 erotic thriller. Woody Harrelson, Demi Moore, and Robert Redford star.
After years of podcasting we're finally here. The polarizing cult classic (?) staring Dolph Lundgren and Frank Langella based on toys.
As promised (threatened?) we continue to review Netflix's Christmas Prince series alongside special guest Erica Lira. In this one; the most cliche wedding hi-jinks, the simplest embezzling plot, and the worst bloopers.
Out of the depths of 1985 comes this insane horror movie for kids. Join us in our decent into madness.
Indie filmmaker Chris Scott on the precipice of the release of his new film "Eddie Mummy: A Love Story" stops by to talk about his favorite film of all time. That's right. Remo Williams is his favorite movie................well anyway we talk about it a lot and make jokes and stuff.
We continue our guest choice series with the 1989 dark comedy classic. Wacky, messed up times ensue.
Nathan rejoins the pod to talk about the under seen 1987 Walter Hill action movie. We talk about the amazing cast of badass dudes, time travelling back to 19th century Mexico to fight banditos, and how maybe we just need to take our relationship slow and not rush into anything okay Jennifer!
Three Men and One Baby (now more of a toddler I guess) sit down to review the 1987 classic! The lost episode redone. If you want to hear the original recording subscribe to the patreon!
We finally reach the end of the countdown as we talk about the biggest hit of the 80's. We break quarantine to have this extra special live episode that's definitely totally live. And we finally answer audience questions!
I really love this episode! We cast aside our usual format and instead become an actual play tabletop role playing podcast for one episode as we (very) loosely role play this classic movie. The Duncans and Erica return!
Since we're approximately the seven hundred twenty seven thousand six hundred and seventy third podcast to cover Star Wars we decided not to do our normal episode. Instead we spend 50 minutes throwing "Empire" themed comedy spaghetti at the wall to see what sticks.
We're joined by comic book author Henry Barajas to talk about Tim Burton, Jack Nicholson, and Michael Keaton. That's right it's "Batman" 1989 but don't worry we talk a lot about other versions of The Cape Crusader from comics to TV, animation to other more pun filled movies.
In our final recap special, we talk Marty McFly's very bad plans, Bill Murray's very good sadness, and Eddie Murphy's very illegal police work.
Celebrate Earth Day with the 1984 classic that's definitely about the dangers of toxic waste and doesn't just use that as a way to create a monster hero that can punch people in the balls and smash heads in.
One out of control drunk baby, Old School Vegas complete with marinara and autism magic, and remember in these dark times to support your local poachers.
Pornhub channels, Gremlins 2 is insane, Stallone in a mud wall, endless Eddie Murphays' all the way down, and the worst impression yet.
Trump and Putin as played by Will Ferrell and John C Reilly, Stallone always ahead of the curve, boobs turn Francisco into a cartoon character, and Bruce Wills phones it in for the first, but definitely not the last, time.
Ferris Bueller, Turner & Hooch, Splash and more on this ridiculous episode.