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Mar 5, 2017

Movie Meltdown - Episode 385

It's time for the most prestigious of all award shows - The Meltdown Awards! Yes, join us as we gather together to ignore the Oscars and instead hand out our own awards... The Foilers. Plus we eat a lot of pork, recap our reactions to the films of 2016 and even read some of the comments made by our voters.

And as we are hippin' up the Pepto audience a little bit, we also mention... a social faux pas, Janelle Monáe, skinsuit, I'm kind of like the Michael Jordan of diabetes, I forgot that movie existed, what are you wearing, Powerless, cowboy bad boy charm, John Goodman, taking home leftovers, attack of the man buns, the swirling tornado and a bunch of rock dudes, I'm all about some Brie Larson, that weird little club on the outskirts of nowhere, you'll be dead or napping soon, the arm in the door, a race track in the basement, she might have had TMJ, how much it added to the movie atmospherically and mood-wise, King Kong, he looks so haggard, The IT Crowd, being mean in a Starbucks, Colter Wall, a functioning car garage, rubbery and just wrong, being a drunken creep, a naked corpse on a gurney, slightly older Cranston, you had me at Bilbo, nominated for sheer length, look at those traps, Trevante Rhodes, giant skeleton, shooting from the three-point line, The Rock, a turkey baster, crushin' on Leslie Jones, bloody headshots, Daddy Day Care, highway fall to pavement, the fight any independent filmmaker knows and lives, mouth agape, Godzilla, is that tan real and nothing's more punk rock then the library.

"Hands down, full stop. I've never seen a film that actively disliked its target audience as much as this one did."