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Grease (1978)

The boys watched Grease and hated it. Be prepared for a lot of Law and Order SVU comments.

 

 

 

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Max made a guest appearance on the Average Joe Comic Show if you like comics, please check it out!

 

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Singing in the Rain (1952)

It’s a new month, and a new movie theme, as the boys dive into Musical May with the 1952 Gene Kelly classic, Singing in the Rain! 

 

Whoohh Nelly do we have an offensive show in store for any musical lover, as the boys dive into the plot as well as a few other totally related things such as: Joan Rivers covering the red carpet during the silent film era, Tim’s vendetta against imperialistic Japan, Buffalo Bill, Lauren Conrad and Kristin Cavallari.

 

Some hard hitting questions include: If this was made today, wouldn’t Don’s story be a Law and Order SVU episode? Which movie was more offensive the 1927 Jazz Singer, or the Neil Dimond remake, why is the studio head such a dumb wimp, and why haven’t they made the Shinning into a musical?

 

All this and more, so hold that popcorn, and get ready to sing along with the boyzzz!

 

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The Sandlot (1993)

Superfan Bill is back and fitting right in with the team because he didn’t use headphones while recording! With that said the boys wrapped up their baseball movie month with the 90’s classic The Sandlot.

 

There’s a lot to cover including which kid would be Michael Jacksons favorite, Matt Laure’s creepy door locks, pepping a dish, healthy cigarettes, and Indiana Jones erotic fiction.

 

Also, what if Smalls was making up the entire story and was actually a serial killer? And did Squints consider the fact that several male lifeguards were also on duty?

 

Max, Tim, and Bill also share a few summertime sandlot memories of their own, so get your smores and chewing tobacco ready! 

 

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Steroids and Baseball

In this "mini episode" the boys cover their hand picked all-time baseball steroid teams. There's plenty to be offended about on this one, so if you are a Yankees fan, you might want to tune off now. 

 

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Bull Durham (1988)

For game 2 of our baseball movie month the boys went back to the minors and watched the 1988 baseball classic Bull Durham. 

Few things covered include: The Harvey Weinstein approach to baseball, wasting water, Smash Mouth, baseball puns, black lights in Susan Sarandon’s house, and is Julia Roberts attractive…spoiler alert the answer is no. 

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Rookie of the Year (1993)

The popcorn gang watched the totally realistic baseball film Rookie of the Year to kickstart their month of baseball movies. 

 

The boys are playing hardball and cover things such as: How can a kid obsessed with baseball be so bad? Was Henry on the pitching rubber during the hidden ball trick? Can this kid please stop staring directly into the camera!? 

 

A few other things covered: a highly medicated and mustached Gary Busey, the madness of the dip swallowing brain damaged pitching coach that is Daniel Stern, Ted Williams's frozen head, a 12 year old comparing his manhood with a bunch of professional baseball players, and, most importantly: if Harry Caray was in this movie what would he have to say? 

 

All of this and more, so get ready to eat some soggy overpriced hotdogs with a $12 flat beer because it’s baseball season! 

 

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Mandy (2018)

We wrap up our Nicolas Cage March Madness Movie Month with the 2018 VOD horror black comedy Mandy. This is by far the most disturbing film the crew has watched, so super fan and metalhead John Antoshak stopped by to help them get through it. 

There’s plenty to cover: the size of Thomas Waynes manhood, a fat Nic Cage, and plenty of locker room talk, including how attractive one needs to be in order to seek revenge and fight demon bikers. 

So get your crossbows, battle axe, and jars of LSD ready because the popcorn  crew is going to take you on a wild trip. 

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Nicolas Cage Boondoggle: Where did all the money go?

Max, Preble, and #HoldMyPopcorn super fan John Antoshak discuss the unwise spending habits that led to Nic Cage’s downfall (aka tax evasion).

 

We’re talking: castles, cars, snakes, dinosaur heads, and sharks. Special shout outs are made to Woodrow Wilson, Bill Cosby, and the benefits of Mr. Rogers being dead. Yes. We said it. What to know why? Listen and find out.

 

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Con Air (1997)

For week three of Nic Cage March Madness, the gang is flying first class in the action packed aviation extravaganza: Con Air with super fan Digger Bill Dooley (don’t google him - he’s not famous) !

We’ve got a lot to talk about: puns, explosions, fire trucks that spray fire, bunnies, boxes, anti-war rednecks from Alabama, and Ryan Minor.

Also, the boys talk about the actual movie, Con Air:  the human sand crab fight on the plane, Nic Cage not being the legitimate father to his baby, and horrific one liners.

 

Also, why did all the light turns green at that intersection after Dave Chappell’s fake dead body fell from the sky? Where did Swamp Thing get that war helmet? Why did the 90s love joking about cross dressers and racism?

 

Hang around towards the end of the show because Bill covers his first list of grievances about the Hold My Popcorn pod. 

 

So, make sure your seats backs and tray tables are in their full upright position, and hold your popcorn because it’s going to be a drunk flight.

 

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Face Off (1997)

This week on Hold My Popcorn half the guys screwed up their audio, but it should sound better as the show goes along.

Speaking of things that don’t get better, the gang watched the face swapping action blockbuster Face/Off for our second week of our Nic Cage March Madness Movie Month. 

There’s a lot to cover including all the sexual tension between family members, unnecessary slow motion scenes, John Woo’s bird budget, and that boat scene.

Also, why does everything explode on contact? Why didn’t Archers team tell the prison that he was undercover? What is up with Travolta smushing his bloated fingers against the faces of the ones he love? And lastly, did Cage and Travolta deliver good or really bad acting performances? 

All of this and Bob Kraft so get ready to have your face licked with a side of peaches.

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