This week on the podcast the gang has some Bad Times at the El Royale, by which we mean they had a good time because this movie was pretty great. Lot of fun visual imagery and a lot of interesting twists and turns, with a fantastic acting turn from Jeff Bridges. Justin Thiele joins us to talk about the stylish romp from Drew Goddard.
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Continue reading Episode #263 – Bad Times At The El Royale
A LOOK BACK AT A MOVIE THAT, WHILE FUN, DOESN’T QUITE HOLD UP.
Twenty years ago a little movie from reportedly douche bag director, Troy Duffy, hit the scene. For years to come shitty posters have lined the walls of undergrad male’s dormitories, while they all scream about how great this movie was, and how you should see it, because only they have seen it, and they want to introduce you to its amazingness… If you listen to
For my research, I’ll look the trailer. Like the majority of you, I only ever saw the trailer on the DVD copy my mom bought me. At the time, I thought it was awful. It shows the whole movie! It shows the best scenes! It gives nearly everything away! And to the 16 – 25 year old crowd this movie is singularly targeted for, this is horrible. To everyone else, thank god the trailer shows as much as it does, or no one would ever watch it. The movie is a hard sell to the most receptive crowd, so in my opinion, the trailer does its job. This isn’t some religious propaganda movie, nor is it insulting religion, we get that. This movie will have fun violence that is shot differently, we get that too. The movie has a pretty good sense of humor, we kinda sorta get that. All in all if this was a movie coming out today, and I saw this trailer I’d see it. I’d wait for video, but I’d see it.
I realize I came across really negative on the movie… uh… I regret nothing.
Also I still own the DVD.
That my mom bought for my birthday…
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He also lives in Los Angeles and works in TV Post Production