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Save the Movies is back with content I couldn’t be arsed to edit for almost a year! Scott and absurdly talented henchman Lee watch Enchanted, a delightful deconstruction of a Disney princess movie. Before Ralph breaks the Internet was poking fun at Disney princesses, Enchanted was doing it, but, like, in a clever way.…
 
Hey hey, we’re posting podcasts again! Apologies for the bad sound. We had some recording issues. I compressed the crap out of it, so you should be able to hear both of us at least. Scott and murder hobo Lee watch the dirty, exploitationy, cartoony 2007 action flick Shoot ’em Up, with professional creep Paul Giamatti and unnaturally attractive hobo…
 
Scott and bandit with a heart of gold Lee watch Krull, the 80s era Star Wars adjacent fantasy movie that just won’t stop (killing bandits). Much ado about: Peter Clines, Han Solo movie predictions (mostly accurate), Conan the barbarian (if he was a wizard), Liam Neesen (hey, let me axe you something), Starjammers (not familiar with this one), Star …
 
Scott, cappuccino lover Lee, and special guest and bon vivant Mark Finn watch Hudson Hawk, a Bruce Willis movie from before he became exclusively an American Cool Guy. It turns out Bruce Willis was in things before Die Hard! Featuring: obscure bullshit, Moonlighting, Mark and Lee Save the Movies ?!, Return of Bruno, Moonlighting, lyrical cursing, h…
 
Scott and animated movie enthusiast Lee do what started as a mini podcast about Episode 1 of Niko and the Sword of Light to test out a new mixer and audio equipment, and turns into quite the mix of nonsense. Featuring: A Lee Martinez fan fiction that I apparently promised to write, horrible robot deaths, Justice League, Lee’s Batman fan fiction, Na…
 
Scott and kangaroo with no discernible accent Lee watch Sing. An animated movie from Illumination, the same studio of Minions infamy, about animals having an American Idol style show. Not sold yet? Give us an hour and we’ll see if we can sell this thing. Featuring: A movie made after 1990, the muse of practicality, how to shoot an action scene, cla…
 
Scott and scantily clad hawk man Lee review Flash (Aaaah) Gordon. Based on one of the few comics Lee somehow doesn’t have encyclopedic knowledge of, Flash Gordon follows the exploits of the eponymous all American quarterback who can never fail. Featuring: Queen (Aaaah), our listener, hawkman short shorts, pudding space, super suits on layaway, Hot …
 
Scott and the original manic pixie dream girl Lee watch Xanadu. Not sure if it’s okay to like a goofy fun movie? Is it ironic to like Xanadu in 2017? Does anybody even know what irony is anymore? Forget about what everybody else thinks, watch Xanadu and be happy. Featuring: Guilelessness, Gene Kelly being suave AF, corporate tools, Kazaam, good rap…
 
Scott and doomed narcoleptic Lee watch Freddy vs Jason, just in time for Halloween (give or take a month). A surprisingly well constructed crossover that is a better Batman vs Superman than Zach Snyder could ever dream up. Featuring: the girl from Destiny’s Child, unnecessary monologues, how to make Godzilla boring, mundane serial killers, Jason ge…
 
Scott and asshole with a point Lee watch Sunshine, a sci-fi movie from Danny Boyle (yes that Danny Boyle). We dive into why Sunshine is good sci-fi, and wonder why the ending is so awful. Boyle flirts with sun worship, and we all get burned. Featuring: Lee’s beef with Danny Boyle, Lee’s beef with grimdark, Lee’s beef with The Core, really just Lee …
 
Scott and world weary private dick Lee watch Cast a Deadly Spell, an HBO joint from the early 90s. Magical chocolate meets noir peanut butter in this surprisingly good urban fantasy. Also tons Lovecraft lore before it was in literally (figuratively) everything. Featuring: H.P. Lovecraft, people at cons who believe in magic, kung fu masters, industr…
 
Scott and anthropomorphic chicken Lee (and Sally!) watch Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. Phil Lord’s first animated movie, but not his last. He also wrote the excellent Lego Movie, the tv show Clone High, and a bunch of other stuff that’s probably also amazing. Featuring: Sally peeking through windows, jokes on jokes, olive helmet texture, food …
 
Part 2 of our review of the MCU is here. Scott and Lee and Adrienne skim from Guardians 1 all the way to Guardians 2 (almost). We get into the deep end of comic book movies, and Lee’s boundless knowledge of all things comic book. Featuring: Lee talking a lot about comic books. This episode brought to you by Copper Key Designs. If you are selling a …
 
We’re back after our longest hiatus yet! Hopefully we won’t make a habit of it. Scott and special agent Lee (and first guest ever, Adrienne!) get all opinionated about the MCU. Part 1 covers Iron Man through Winter Soldier chronologically. Featuring : Our first guest!, Nick Cage saving comic book movies, Red Skull as plucky underdog, lot’s of Lee g…
 
Scott and adorable capuchin monkey Lee watch Anacondas: Hunt for the Blood Orchid. It’s a formulaic monster movie that we strip mine to find traces of writing gold and diversity silver. Featuring Captain Handsome and his stabby knife, damned attractive actors, consumerism, Hollywood’s hatred of science, snake racism, Borneo being a real location, a…
 
After a long break, we’re back! Scott and Lee watch the Campaign, a satirical (?) treatment of modern american politics with Will Ferrell and Zack Galifianakas. The Campaign is a hard movie to classify. It’s not exactly a typical Will Ferrell comedy, and little too accurate to be funny sometimes. Featuring: The exponential progress of technology, s…
 
Scott and mad scientist Lee watch Kerry Conran’s only movie Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow. We dive deep on this one into what makes a character believable. Lee goes on at length about how much he likes and is inspired by old pulp stories. Also Kerry Conran, if you ever kickstart anything, I will give you money! Featuring: Emoting!, how to m…
 
Scott and Lee (the Shogun of Lewisville), watch The Last Dragon, Berry Gordy’s classic kung fu movie. Taimak, Vanity, Julius Carry, and a totally radical 80s soundtrack make up this timeless cult hit. Featuring being old enough to remember the 80s, Speed Racer again, classic kung fu plots, Taimak!, celebrity mortality, DeBarge, the durability of mo…
 
Scott and alcoholic deputy Lee review The Car, a 1970s era horror film about a killer car terrorizing a small town. The Car’s thirst for blood won’t be denied, so we don’t! Featuring an emoting car, Ronny Cox’s alchoholism, serious character development, native americans as normal people, and the prestigious Alex award that Lee totally didn’t make …
 
Scott and laser grunt Lee watch Starship Troopers, Paul Verhoeven’s sarcastic tracer shot at military worship and Robert A. Heinlein’s book. We take on promotion by combat, rampant militarism, desensitization to violence, gymnastic dominance, metaphors, egalitarian society, space combat, pirate parties, super pilots, Starship Troopers the musical, …
 
Scott and small town kid with dreams of making it big, A. Lee Martinez, review the neglected 90s animated movie Cats Don’t Dance. Before Pixar became professional tear extractors, Mark Dindal created this unique blend of animation and 40s musical, and didn’t even bother trying to make you cry. Cats Don’t Dance on youtube…
 
Scotty D and shark wrangler with a past A. Lee Martinez watch LL Cool J’s Deep Blue Sea, featuring LL Cool J. Scientists have created super intelligent killing machines, but this time everything goes wrong. We’ll dive in and find out : good LL Cool J performance, or greatest LL Cool J performance. LL Cool J – Deepest Bluest…
 
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