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Mar 11, 2019

Movie Meltdown - Episode 477

This week we ask the question - can you turn any “property” into a theme park attraction? And as we realize that this is all an interesting psychological experiment - being conducted on us, we also cover... Newt Scamander, Idiocracy, The Wire, The Warriors, James Cameron, hey look it's a wild Gabor, Back to the Future: Part 2, a symbol of corrupt pseudo justice, Bring ‘em Back Alive and Tales of the Gold Monkey, The Journey: Absolution, they are transported to another realm because of solar eclipse occurred, he goes above and beyond filmmaking, the magical British Jack Hanna, I don’t care for his things, but I like him, that was a funny moment when I established myself as an idiot American, Isaac spoke to me, it just looks like Land of the Lost with a little extra money, Benedict Cumberbatch, how many weird pop stars did they create out of 80's soap opera dudes, I love my therapist... he died, so now I've got Marc Maron, it gets my entire mouth envolved, what Nargles look like, I can create a new technology so I can do whatever I want, the swordmasters of Braavos, I like to think about if my parents dog could drive me to the grocery, some sort of swamp multi child scenario, The Love Boat and Fantasy Island, the thing with the gun and the thing… you know - that one, so he had met Bob Dylan, oh my God it's full of muggles, Elvis movies, Lowly Worm, Escape from New York, it was like everybody was a John C Reilly character, animatronic Carcetti, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Johnny Depp, how can I take this robot to the bottom of the ocean, and it's only because the kerning was off, throw a shoe… give a shoe and you can have a bad film and still be a great filmmaker.

“Actually I really like those movies in one capacity… and I'm not sure what that is yet so when I figure it out I'll let you know.”