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It's been a while since The Deucecast Movie Show crew -- Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl round up all of the films seen in the last four or five weeks and get ready to spill the beans on their reviews.   Dave lists his 23 films, Dr Earl gives his five or six, while Mikey presents another list of around 78 movies (some of which he never even mentions... just too much...) Movies discussed include:   Another Round (Hulu) Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Disney+) Begin Again (TubiTV) The Black Cauldron (Disney+) Back in Time (Hulu; Peacock) Bill & Ted Face the Music (EPIX) Borat Subsequent Movie Film (Hulu) Boss Level (Hulu) The Buddy Games (Hulu) Chaos Walking (theater) Cherry (AppleTV+) The Color Purple (Hulu) Coming 2 America (Amazon Prime) Concrete Cowboy (Netflix) Cop Out (Netflix) Zack Snyder’s Dawn of the Dead (AMC classics) The Dig (Netflix) Enemy (Showtime) Extract (Amazon Prime) The Father (for rental) Force of Nature (Amazon Prime) Ghostheads (Amazon Prime) Hurricane Heist (Netflix) The Godfather Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone (Showtime) Godzilla vs Kong (HBO Max; In theaters) Greenland (rental) Ice Age: Collision Course (Disney+) Ice Age: Continental Drift (HBO Max) Ice Age Dawn of the Dinosaurs (Hulu) I Am Not Your Negro (Netflix/Amazon Prime/Hulu) Inside Lehman Brothers (Prime) Kid 90 (Hulu) The Kings Speech (HBO Max) The Last Blockbuster (Netflix) Lincoln (HBO Max) Live by Night (HBO Max) Made You Look (Netflix) Minari (for rental; theaters) Money Plane (Hulu) Moxie (Netflix) Nomadland (Hulu) No Safe Spaces (Amazon Prime) Operation Varsity Blues (Netflix) The Orange Years: Nickelodeon Story (Hulu) Over the Moon (Netflix) Peninsula (Hoopla) Peppermint (Netflix) Promising Young Woman (for rental) Sh*thouse (Showtime) Stallone… Frank, That Is (Amazon Prime) The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run (Paramount+) Social Animals (Amazon Prime) Sundown: The Vampire in Retreat (Amazon Prime) Synchronic (Hoopla) Tom & Jerry (HBO Max) Tracks (TubiTV ) Undefeated (Netflix) United States vs Billie Holiday (Hulu) A Vigilante (Amazon Prime) Warhorse (Netflix) WeWork (Hulu) Wine Country (Netflix) Wolf Warrior (Amazon Prime) Wolf Warrior 2: Wolf Harder (Hulu) Yes Day (Netflix)
It's been ten long, crazy years and 1000s of movies, lots of video games, several third wheel co-hosts and 475 episodes, it's The Deucecast Movie Show's 10th Anniversary! Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl ring in the next decade with an episode that looks at the best films of 2011! First, Birthday Movies return, with the films released 5, 10, 15, 20 and more years ago in April of those years - Along Came a Spider, Primal Fear, Out for Justice and Bad News Bears is how old?  Rotten Tomatoes themed game centered around the movies released in early April, around the time The Deucecast Episode I: The Podcast Menace was dropped onto the world. And then, the Top Ten Fave Films of 2011, as ranked by your hosts.  From documentaries about tort reform to MMA movies to baseball sabremetrics to Marvel superheroes to how to get into the Dune canon. Plus, stick around to the end for a little soundbyte of the beginning.  And thanks to RetroZap for keeping us around for five years, and to all of our listeners for 10 years of listening!! 
The Deucecast Movie Show crew has returned after a week off, and they are ready to rumble when it comes to movies.  First up, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl take a look at the recent Oscar nominations and give their thoughts -- surprises, expectations, snubs, and a few predictions. Next, a longer discussion on the recent release of the four hour Zack Snyder's Justice League, how it's better, some of the differences, and thoughts on the Josstice League by comparison. Then, an episode long round of See This Not That, looking at 15 members of the Zack Snyder's Justice League cast and picking for each a movie to "See This" and then a movie to "Not That", from JK Simmons to Robin Wright to Diane Lane to Jason Mamoa (and even a little Jason MaNO-AH). And of course, Dave's girlfriend, Amy Adams. Sprinkled amongst the listings are this year's Deucie Award nominations - Popcorn Movie, Animated Feature, Drama, Comedy, Acting nods, Director, Picture and all of those.  The 8th annual Deucie Awards commence in just a few weeks. Finally, the movies for watching, assigned to #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl, for this year's SpirituEarl... films with a religious or Christian bend to the them, movies he will watch and report back on in a few weeks.
It's a busy spring break week for everyone as Mikey is busy eating and #TwitterlessDrEarl is in Long Island testifying at a lint removal procedure gone wrong trial and Dave is out of the state, so rather than trying to get a rushed show together, they guys are taking the week off. This week, the show pays homage to our good friends over at TechnoRetro Dads, who's own show is ending. This Deucecast Classic is from May 2018, episode 327.  Enjoy the old school vibe, and here are the original show notes from that episode: It's a couple of guys who keep their heads in the clouds and gaze at the stars, so it's only fitting that Dave and Mikey discuss Fantasy and Science Fiction films. But since #Twitterless Dr Earl can't be found (he's doing a lint removal procedure from the naval of poor kids in Long Island), who better to invite onto the show than the TechnoRetro Dads  themselves, Shazbazzar and Jedi Shuuuuuuuuaaaaahhhhhh.... And the gang jumps right in, counting off their lists of what they consider to be their favorite fantasy/sci-fi films of this century... that's really anything released on January 1st, 2000, until... well, you know, today. Or the day of the recording, anyway. The TRD's also give their take on "Ready Player One" before diving into the Top Ten, then the guys discuss at length -- and at depth -- the legacy and their adoration of films like "Children of Men" and the newest "Star Trek" and newer "Star Wars" films and Shaz defends "John Carter" while Dave defends "Lady in the Water". Its a great two hours of sci fi fantasy fun and movie love!
In the latest The Deucecast Movie Show, the guys take a look at American classics. It's a broad definition, but Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl apply their movie mastery to make it happen. Along the way, they reel in co-host of A Good Day for a Movie Podcast Roth from Wyoming, to talk a little about his favorite films and his podcast, and then a rousing round of Denzel! Finally, a top five list of American Classics... movies made in our country, with a solid American cast, movies that define a little America in every scene. Movies discussed and where they are streaming:   12 Angry Men (1951) - YouTube 12 Angry Men (1997) - YouTube American Graffiti - HBO Max Blade Runner: Final Cut - HBO Max Braveheart - Starz Casablanca - HBO Max  Double Indemnity - for rental  Fantasia - Disney+ The Godfather - Paramount+ The Graduate - HBO Max In the Heat of the Night - IndieFlix It's a Wonderful Life - Amazon Prime Jaws - HBO Max Mr. Smith Goes to Washington - for rental Rocky - HBO Max The Shawshank Redemption - DirecTV; Bravo Singing in the Rain - HBO Max Star Wars - Disney+ Superman - HBO Max  To Kill a Mockingbird - for rental True Grit - HBO Max
In a rare move for The Deucecast Movie Show, the topic describes the show itself -- a total disaster.  But this time, it's natural disasters, born by God and Mother Nature. First up, Dave and Mikey give their review on the new Disney film "Raya & the Last Dragon"... while the award winning #TwitterlessDrEarl nods approvingly.  Then, a little round of the Rotten Tomatoes Game. Finally, the Top Five list of fave Natural Disaster movies -- not man made, not alien created, but just weather conditions and space gone mad.  Everything from animal crackers on Liv Tyler's stomach to overturned ships to Deus ex Rockina, its all the disasters you could need. Where you can find the movies discussed:   ...and the Band Played On (HBO Max) Armageddon (rental) Children of Men (rental) Crawl (Amazon Prime; Hulu) Dante's Peak (rental) Earthquake (rental) Hard Rain (Amazon Prime) Melancholia (Amazon Prime; Hulu) Perfect Storm (rental) The Poseidon Adventure (rental) San Andreas (rental) Sunshine (rental) Take Shelter (rental) Twister (rental) Volcano (Starz)
The conclusion to the mondo giganto big huge ReFlicktions episode from last week, this time starting in 1990, hitting 2000 quickly, and then moving onto 2020 and 2021 movies.  It's Mikey and Dave for the whole shebang, as #TwitterlessDrEarl is in for the first half and then has to go perform an emergency appendectomy.  And here are ALL the movies reviewed in this episode...    Metropolitan (1990) HBO Max; Showtime Schindler’s List (1993) Peacock Psycho Beach Party (2000) for rental Spirited Away (2001) HBO Max Master & Commander (2003) Amazon Prime Sunshine (2007) Hulu Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011) HBO Max The Benchwarmers (2006) Starz Idiocracy (2006) HBO Max Playing for Keeps (2012) Netflix A Simple Favor (2018) for rental The Bridge (doc) (2006) for rental Client 9 (doc) (2010) Amazon Prime; TubiTV The Flaw (doc) (2011) Amazon Prime Nomadland (2020) Hulu The Land (2021) in theaters Out of the Clear Blue Sky (2012) for rental Wolfwalkers (2020) Apple TV+ Bring It On: All or Nothing (2006) Starz The Tooth Fairy (2010) Disney+ One Night in Miami (2020) Hulu Possesser (2020) Hulu Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr Moreau (2014) Amazon Prime Voyeur (doc) (2017) Netflix You Belong to Me: Sex Race Murder in the South (doc) (2015) Amazon Prime The Tax Collector (2020) Hulu Run.Hide.Fight (2020) Daily Wire  Tread (doc) (2019) Netflix The Orange Years: Nickelodeon (2018) for rental The Witches (2020) HBO Max Overcomer (2019) Starz The Turkey Bowl (2019) Amazon Prime; Hulu The Rhythm Section (2020) Hulu; Amazon Prime The Nest (2020) for rental  First Cow (2020) Showtime The Silencing (2020) Amazon Prime Judas & the Black Messiah (2020) HBO Max The Binge (2020) Hulu Friendsgiving (2020) Netflix 12 Hour Shift (2020) Hulu In & Of Itself (doc) (2020) Hulu Pieces of a Woman (2020) Netflix Da Five Bloods (2020) Netflix The King of Staten Island (2020) HBO Max I’m Your Woman (2020) Amazon Prime Superintelligence (2020) HBO Max Sonic the Hedgehog (2020) Hulu; Amazon; EPIX I’m Thinking of Ending Things (2020) Netflix The Croods: A New Age (2020) for rental You’re Next (2011) Hulu; Amazon Prime; EPIX Locked Down (2020) HBO Max Irresistible (2021) HBO Max Outside the Wire (2020) Netflix Crip Camp (doc) (2020) Netflix Dick Johnson is Dead (doc) (2020) Netflix The Marksman (2021) in theaters The White Tiger (2021) Netflix The Little Things (2020) for rental The Dig (2021) Netflix The Map of Tiny Perfect Things (2021) Amazon Prime Palmer (2021) AppleTV+ Boys State (doc) (2020) AppleTV+ Bliss (2021) Amazon Prime I Care a Lot (2020) Netflix Malcolm & Marie (2021) Netflix
The Deucecast Movie Show's 470th episode, breaking the previous week's total of 469 episodes, brings forth a ReFlicktions so huge, it takes 2 episodes to contain it all. Mikey, attempting to knock out the entire American Film Institute Top 100, has dozens of classic movies, all predating 1980, and goes through them one by one with Dave and #TwitterlessDrEarl chiming in with the films they'd seen. Including Dave's near swerve into The Pretentious Corner and Dr Earl watching the "Greatest Film Ever" (at least according to everyone not on this cast) Movies discussed, and where to find them (at time of recording)   Intolerance: Loves Struggle Throughout the Ages (1916) Amazon Prime; Epix The Gold Rush (1925) HBO Max; Criterion Channel The General (1926) Amazon Prime; Epix Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans (1927) Classix/for rental City Lights (1931) HBO Max Duck Soup (1933) Watch TCM; for rental King Kong (1933) HBO Max It Happened One Night (1934) Crackle A Night at the Opera (1935) Watch TCM/ for rental Swing time (1936) Watch TCM Modern Times (1936) HBO Max Bringing Up Baby (1938) Watch TCM; Criterion; for rental Gone with the Wind (1939) HBO Max Mr Smith Goes to Washington (1939) for rental Citizen Kane (1941) HBO Max The Maltese Falcon (1941) HBO Max The Grapes of Wrath (1940) for rental The Philadelphia Story (1940) HBO Max The Magnificent Ambersons (1942) Watch TCM Les Diabolique (1955) HBO Max Sunset Boulevard (1950) Amazon Prime A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) HBO Max The African Queen (1952) Amazon Prime High Noon (1952) Amazon Prime Singin in the Rain (1952) HBO Max On the Waterfront (1954) Watch TCM The Searchers (1956) HBO Max Some Like It Hot (1959) TubiTV West Side Story (1961) Hulu Lawrence of Arabia (1962) for rental Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (1966) HBO Max Bonnie & Clyde (1967) Netflix The Graduate (1967) HBO Max In the Heat of the Night (1967) Watch TCM; for rental Serpico (1973) MaxGo ; for rental The Taking of Pelham 123 (1974) Watch TCM; for rental My Best Fiend (1999) Amazon Prime   Raging Bull (1980) for rental Year of the Dragon (1985) for rental Blow Out (1981) Showtime Chopping Mall (1986) Amazon Prime
If you listen to those sweet sounds of Dolly & Kenny at the opening of the show, you'll know what time it is... it's time for Mikey & Dave to give you all the movies you should be listening too! #TwitterlessDrEarl is out saving the world and depressing tongues with a stick -- in the meantime, Mikey and Dave hold down the studio fort, looking across the streaming world and finding their picks for what you should be watching when you need a flick to delight the eyes and tingle the senses. Here is the list, and where they are streaming (at the time of the episode recording)Action Dave picks The Stand at Paxton Creek" on Netflix Mikey picks "Daylight" on PeacockDrama Dave picks "The Assistant" on Hulu Mikey picks "Casino" on Peacock Premium Comedy Dave picks Maverick on HBO Max Mikey picks "Baby Mama" on PeacockHorror/Suspense Dave picks "The Final GIRL" on Amazon Prime and "The Final GIRLS on Showtime Mikey picks "Daybreakers"SciFi/Fantasy Dave picks "Inception" on Netflix Mike picks "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotlight Mind" on Peacock  Documentary Dave picks "Murderball" on Amazon Prime and Peacock Mikey picks "All Things Must Pass" on Peacock  Kids/Family Dave picks "The Tooth Fairy" on Hulu Mikey picks "Harry Potter & the Sorcerer's Stone" on PeacockAnimation Dave picks "The Emperors New Groove" on Disney + & "The Sweatbox" on YouTube Mikey picks "Chicken Run" on Peacock Chick Flicks Dave picks "Chick Fight" on Hulu Mikey picks "Wimbledon" on Peacock Potent Potables Dave picks "Wind River" for rental Mikey picks "Zero Charisma" Peacock
Get your Lady Gaga on as the Deucecast Movie Show wants your loving, wants your respect, but still has bad romances... it's a Valentine's episode looking at the darker side of love -- Toxic relationships in movies. First up, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl invite in Friend of the Show, Miss Independent himself Jeremy Burgess, and the crew plays a RomCom Mojo game to start the show. Next up, the Top Five Toxic Romance lists.  From divorces to couples violence to killing sprees and worse to karate chops to unnecessary Australian makeovers.... the movie romances that are at the best uncomfortable to at it's worst, dangerous. Then.... Burgess gives his annual Burgentine's Day Report, giving a review on Down with Love... Sabrina... Crazy Stupid Love... and Philadelphia Story. Plus, some thoughts on a few previous movies from Burgentine's Day. Plus, some after show Frat Pack chatter with Burgess chiming in on Vince Vaughn, and what truly makes the real Frat Pack.     ATL (TBS/TNT streaming; rental) Badlands (Criterion Channel; Watch TCM) Crazy, Stupid, Love. (rental) Down with Love (rental) Call Me By Your Name (Starz) The Fountain (Starz) Get Out (FX Now) Gone Girl (Hulu) The Graduate (HBO Max) Grease (Showtime; TubiTV; CBS All Access) I.Q. (CBS All Access) King Kong (1933) (HBO Max) Leaving Las Vegas (rental) Marriage Story (Netflix) The Muppet Movie (Disney+) Natural Born Killers (Starz) The Phantom Thread (HBO Max) The Philadelphia Story (HBO Max) Sabrina (Watch TCM; rental) Sid & Nancy (IndieFlix; rental) The Story of Us (rental) Sunset Boulevard (Amazon Prime) Twilight (Showtime) The War of the Roses (Starz) Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (HBO Max)
It's been a while since the Deucecast eyes were cast upon filling the Big Bracket, but Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl is here to bring it back. The Frat Pack is the legendary group of actors from the early 2000s that gave us incredible classics like Old School, Wedding Crashers, Zoolander, Dodgeball, and many more, starring names like Vince, Owen, Ben, Luke, Ferrell, Jack, Rudd, Carrell... and it's time to take four of them and match them up, knock them down, and crown a single champion -- a champion that moves onto the Big Bracket of All Time Great Movie Roles. Vince Vaughn (Peter, Raj, Jeremy, Bradley) takes on Ben Stiller (Derek, Mr Furious, Larry, White) takes on Owen Wilson (McQueen, John, John, Burnett) takes on Luke Wilson (he was in stuff), all mixed up -- 44 roles, only one will survive.
If you remember shopping at Waldenbooks and Suncoast Movies, picking up pizza at Sbarro, and maybe checking out a round of a local TV dating show, then this is the episode for you. Mikey and Dave invite in Friend of the Show, Miss Independent Jeremy Burgess, to take a look at malls in movies. First, Burgess gives a few movies from the indie scene to keep an eye out on, then the latest on the Don't Die campaign for the making of the upcoming film. Then, the crew gives their Top Five Mall Scenes... memorable moments taking place in the shopping hearts of American -- racing through the malls... staring at 3D pictures... Killbots... fight scenes... growing up... and much more. Then, the assignments for the Annual Burgentine's Day Rom Com Chick Flick Adventure are in!  Movies discussed and where they are streaming:   Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure (rental) The Blues Brothers (Showtimes) Chopping Mall (Amazon Prime) Commando (rental) Dawn of the Dead (HBO Max; TubiTV) Eighth Grade (Showtime) Evolution (Amazon Prime) Fast Times at Ridgemont High (Showtime) Gremlins (HBO Max) Jackie Brown (rental) Jasper Mall (Amazon Prime) Mallrats (rental) Night of the Comet (rental) Wonder Woman 1984 (HBO Max)
The review of 2020 films and pop culture continues, as it's time for the first of a couple of Top Ten Lists. In this one, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl talk about the films that were NOT from 2020, but from all years previous.   It's the Top 10 of NOT 2020, ranking the best films seen that didn't come out in the last 12 months. And to add to the group, The Offspring of the Pride of Stone Mountain South Georgia, Lil G, Garrison Ryfun joins the show to take his rightful place as #DrEarl's Pretentawan Learner. Several foreign films make the list as the guys get bougee... lots of old films on the list, as the crew pretends to be important... and of course, everyone cuts Footloose.  A little Korean cinema talk... some Lily James news... Armie Hammer did what?... Mikey's Studio Ghibli kick... Lil G's fave zombie movie... Dave's obsession with a dead reporter... #DrEarl's Buckley love...  Films discussed and where they are streaming:   Anatomy of a Murder (1959) (rental) The Ascent (1977) (Criterion; rental) Bad Education (2019) (HBO Max)  Blow the Man Down (2019) (Amazon Prime) Christine (2016) (Netflix) (this is the film referenced in "Kate Plays Christine") Downhill (2020) (HBO Max) Everything Beautiful is Far Away (2017) (Amazon Prime) Footloose (2011) (Amazon Prime; Hulu; Epix) Force Majeure (2014) (Hulu) The French Connection (1971) (Starz) The Help (2012) (Netflix) The In-Laws (1979) (Hoopla; rental) The Invisible Guest (2016) (Netflix) Jodorowsky's Dune (rental) Just Mercy (2019) (HBO Max) Kate Plays Christine (2016) (rental) Knife in the Water (1962) (HBO Max) The Lonely Guy (1984) (rental) The Man Who Would Be King (1975) (HBO Max) Memories of Murder (2003) (rental)  Motherless Brooklyn (2019) (HBO Max) My Man Godfrey (1938) (Amazon Prime; TubiTV) Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind (1984) (HBO Max) Paddington (2014) (DirecTV; TNT/TBS) The Perfect Storm (2000) (rental) Polytechnique (2009) (Amazon Prime; TubiTV) Prospect (2018) (Netflix) Ready or Not (2019) (Cinemax; rental) Rebecca (1940) (unavailable for streaming) Scott Pilgrim vs the World (2010) (Netflix) Sideways (2004) (Starz) The Spanish Prisoner (1998) (rental) Sweet Smell of Success (1957) (rental) Tell Me Who I Am (2019) (Netflix) Three Identical Strangers (2018) (Hulu) Train to Busan (Amazon Prime) Wild Rose (2019) (Hulu) Your Name. (2016) (rental)
The Deucecast Movie Show strives to be an escape and the guys do their best this week to shut out the world for an hour and give you some movie chatter... and this time, it's all about being surprised, delighted, or in some cases, both. Movies that were thought to be a little silly, or movies approached with apprehension because "Surely, this movie can't be any good?" and yet, IT WAS!  First up, some January Birthday Movies, giving you the five, ten, twenty more year anniversaries of films you've heard of... and some you haven't. Cause that The Way Back ain't got no Affleck in it. A little round of January Movie Rotten Tomatoes, with a Christian Slater triple play, and then the top five... the films that Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl watched and were happy to report were actually pretty good. It's a fun episode, revisiting the good times in front of a screen of some sort... and the kickoff to the annual Year End Best Episodes! 
The new year is here and it closes a Christmas holiday season... and in the interim, the Deucecast Movie Show crew saw a lot of movies. A lot of movies. Like, a lot a lot.  Jumping right in, ReFlicktions kicks off with the heaviest film of the night, "Promising Young Woman", and the tour de force performance of Carey Mulligan... then onto Mikey's Bruce Willisathon (not to be confused with the Nic Cageathon or Toyotathon)... Dr Earl's run of classic Christmas films... d$'s list of good and bad documentaries... Alabama stereotypes... seeing WW84 in theaters vs on the small screen... Pixar's latest... Chadwick Boseman's final performance... Tom Hanks pulling double duty... And the final Top Five list for 2020...  Movies discussed: Promising Young Woman (in theaters & on demand)... Motherless Brooklyn (HBO Max)... Between Two Ferns: The Movie (Netflix)... Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart (HBO Max)... Crossfire Christmas (Netflix)... Game Changers (Amazon Prime)... Godmothered! (Disney+)... The Postcard Killings (Amazon Prime)... Christmas Chronicles 2 (Netflix)... Run (Hulu)... Remember the Night (1940, Watch TCM)... Journey 2 The Mysterious Island (HBO Max)... Ghost in the Shell (Amazon Prime)... Freaky (in theaters & on demand)... Valley Girl (2020, Amazon Prime, Hulu, EPIX)... AVA (Netflix)... Greenland (on demand)... Klaus (Netflix)... The Stand at Paxton County (Netflix)... Alabama Snake (HBO Max)... You Cannot Kill David Arquette (Hulu)... The Cheaters (1945, Watch TCM)... Holiday Affair (1949, Watch TCM)... Christmas in Connecticut (1945, Watch TCM)... Boiler Room (HBO Max)... The Midnight Sky (Netflix)... Death to 2020 (Netflix)... Tesla (Hulu)... SOUL (Disney+)... You Don't Nomi (on demand)... Happy Happy Joy Joy (on demand)... The Last Blockbuster (on demand)... Guest House (Netflix)... The Wolf of Snow Hollow (on demand)... Save Yourselves (Hulu)... Wonder Woman 1984 (HBO Max and in theaters)... Kate Plays Christine (on demand)... I Used to Go Here (HBO Max)... Triple 9 (Netflix)... Castle in the Sky (HBO Max)... Sabrina (CBS All Access & Watch TMC)... Mulan (2020, Disney+)... On the Rocks (AppleTV+)... Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (Netflix)... Jodorowsky's Dune (on demand)... Greyhound (AppleTV+)... News of the World (in theaters) Movies Featured in the first and only segment of "What You Talking About, Willis":   Catch 44 (Amazon Prime) Extraction (TubiTV) Precious Cargo (Amazon Prime) Marauders (Netflix) The Prince First Kill (Netflix) Hard Kill (Netflix) Once Upon a Time in Venice (Hulu) Airstrike (Amazon Prime; Hulu) Acts of Violence (Netflix) Reprisal (on demand) Trauma Center (Amazon Prime; Hulu) 10 Minutes Gone (Amazon Prime) Survive the Night (Amazon Prime)
For the 5th year in a row, the final episode of the year for The Deucecast Movie Show is the Lumps of Coal episode... the movies that... well, weren't the best or the favorites of Mikey, Dave, or #TwitterlessDrEarl. A top five of films -- or in some cases, production teams or Hollywood battles -- that didn't come anywhere near the crew's favorite films seen in 2020.  Including Vin's lack of range... a Scott Baio film that would never pass in this century... another Disney franchise failure... Nic Cage's lack of karate skills... John Turturro's lack of bowling scenes... and much more. Plus, a quick discussion on the CBS Mini-Series The Stand and a few words about Wonder Woman 1984
If you listen to the episode, you may recognize the opening theme, the best time of the year, when the Deucecast Movie Show plays the official Christmas theme of the show.  It truly is a Marshmallow World. Dave, Mikey, and #TwitterlessDrEarl are here once again to give out their annual Christmas gifts to the stars, and joining the show for the first time in the Christmas season, it's Spawn of Ryfun, Lil G himself Garrison Ryfun. First up, Birthday movies, with everything from Popeye to a previous Star War edition, then Garrison gives a little Christmas episode history of the Deucecast Movie Show (he has notes!) Then the guys begin to give out the gifts!  Chris Nolan has a present to open.  The tiny town of New Albanwick has a gift. AMC will get something under the tree. And for the first time, someone in the group gives their gifts to the others during the Top Five itself.
 It's another week closer to Christmas, as the Deucecast crew -- Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessButNotDiscordDrEarl -- get ready for the big visit from Santa...  But first, out of nowhere, Disney dropped an almost four hour meeting on everyone last week called Disney Investor Day, and out of that came dozens of titles, series, movies, and projects upcoming in the next few years.  So who better to break it all down for you than these guys, plus Friend of the Show Upon a Star Jenn, direct from Amish Country. Marvel shows and movies... Star Wars new series, spin-offs and films... Pixar's new projects and films coming up... Disney Animation's 59th and 60th films in Disney canon, plus their new animated series and projects... Plus, chatting about The Mandalorian... the movie A Ghost Story... and all the other randomness that comes with nerddom.
It's the end of the year and the Christmas season is smacking your face... and the Deucecast dudes will do their best to give you the movies to watch when you're trying to get away from the in-laws and the kids. First, a quick conversation on the Warner Brothers plans to premiere movies on HBO Max and theaters on the same day -- the upside and the consequences, and the future of theaters.  Then, over 25 movies discussed and reviewed, including crap in a documentary... Mikey's Christmas viewing... Judy Garland's lyric change... old school Hitchcock... K-Stew... 70s pop culture references... dueling Austen flicks... and much more... Movies discussed, and where to stream them at the time of recording: The Bishops Wife (1947 HBO Max)… Prospect (2018 Netflix)… Poop Talk (Amazon Prime)… Remember the Night (1940 HBO Max)… The Last Vermeer (2020 in theaters)… Meet Me in St Louis (1941 HBO Max)… Rebecca (1940 YouTube)… Force of Nature (2020 Amazon Prime)… Miracle on 34th Street (1947 Disney+)… It’s A Wonderful Life (1946 Amazon Prime)… The Man Who Would Be King (1975 for rental)… Underwater (2020 HBO Max)… Freaky (2020 in theaters)… Wild Rose (2019 Hulu)… The Mystery of DB Cooper (2020 HBO Max)… Hillbilly Elegy (2020 Netflix)… The Charge of the Light Brigade (1968 Amazon Prime)… Lost Girls (2020 Netflix)… Uncle Frank (2020 Amazon Prime)… Mank (2020 Netflix)… The Social Dilemma (2020 Netflix)… Memories of Murder (2003 for rental)… Emma (2020 HBO) and Emma (1996 HBO)… Sound of Metal (2020 Amazon Prime)… Belushi (2020 Showtime)… The House of Tomorrow (2017 Peacock)… Run (2020 Hulu).
 It's a December to Remember at The Deucecast Movie Show... or at least, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl recalls their most desired December movies. First up, a quick round of Box Office Mojo, calling out the biggest money makers released in Decembers past.   Then, The Top Five Most Anticipated December Films -- not the best or worst December films that the guys have seen, but the movies that left them the most excited, and the most ready to see.  Some films worked out (Rogue One!) and some didn't (Hobbits!) and many fell in between.  Movies discussed, and where they are streaming:   Dune (1984) (HBO Max) H8ful Eight (2015) (Netflix) The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012) (HBO Max) Les Miserables (2012) (Netflix) Les Miserables in Concert (2010) (Hoopla) The Lord of the Rings (1978) (not streaming) The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (2001-2003) (HBO Max) Oceans Twelve (2004) (Netflix) The Phantom of the Opera (2004) (HBO Max) Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) (Disney+) Star Wars Ep VII: The Force Awakens (2015) (Disney+) This is 40 (2012) (for rental) Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) (Amazon Prime; Hulu; EPIX; Netflix) Tron Legacy (2010) (Disney+) Vice (2018) (Hulu)
The holiday season is beginning to unfold, and with The Deucecast Movie Show, it begins with the annual DeuceGiving episode. This is the episode where Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl gives their thanks!  Not just the traditional thanks, but this year, appreciation to Amy Adams movies... theaters being open... Mikey's physical media... #TwitterlessDrEarl's love of Hamilton... plus, the watercooler effect!
 The year is beginning to hit it's final notes of the terrible song 2020 has given us, but Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl are here to give you the reviews on almost 50 films seen in the last few months. Topics include... A Lolita Davidovich mention... More love for Jasper Mall... Dr Earl hates him some Taika... Dr. Earl loves him some Baumbach... Mikey's Murray doublefeature...  Rebecca vs Rebecca... Gerard Butler vs everything... getting a Holidate... Dr Earl channels his inner Garrison... Walten Goggins is awesome... the dangers of pica... the two film categories of Liam Neeson... and the dumpster fire that is "Cats", including the tripe that is Jennifer Hudson's "Memory"... Where the movies discussed are streaming at time of recording Scre4m (Hulu)… Wildlife (Netflix)… Blaze (2018 - Netflix)... Blaze (1989 - for rental)… Jasper Mall (Amazon Prime)… Playing with Fire (Amazon Prime; Hulu; EPIX)… John Bronco (prime)… The Trial of the Chicago 7 (Netflix)… Losing Ground (not available)… Roll Red Roll (Netflix)… Rebecca (1940 - not available)… Rebecca (2020 - Netflix)… Horror of Dracula (1958 HBOMax)… Fast Color (Amazon Prime)… Molly’s Game (Netflix)… Swallow (Showtime)… The Squid & the Whale (Netflix; Amazon Prime)...  While We're Young (Showtime)... The Perfect Storm (HBO Max)… Western Stars (HBO Max)… Bruce Springsteen's Letters To You (AppleTV+)… The Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Netflix; Hulu)… Black Christmas (HBO Max)… The Dead Don’t Die (HBO Max)… On the Rocks (Apple TV+)… The Wolf of Snow Hollow (for rental)… Cats (HBO Max)… The Hummingbird Project (Netflix)… The Art of Self Defense (Hulu)… Gonzo: The Life & Work of Dr Hunter S Thompson (Amazon Prime)… The Holidate (Netflix)… First Cow (Showtime)… Emma (HBO Max)… Memories of Murder (for rental)… The Current War (Showtime)… Geostorm (for rental)… Den of Thieves (Netflix)… The Vanishing (Amazon Prime)… Hunter/Killer (for rental)… Jiu Jitsu (in theaters)... Sideways (Starz)… Honest Thief (in theaters)… Let Him Go (in theaters)… A Serious Man (Netflix)…  Console Wars (CBS All Access)… Unbanned: The Legend of AJ1 (Hulu)… Jingle Jangle (Netflix)… Fireball: Visitors from Darker Worlds (AppleTV+)… Blow the Man Down (Amazon Prime)…
Hail to the Chief, he's the Chief that we all Hail! Mikey and Dave, sans #TwitterlessDrEarl this time, jump right in with an episode long version of Like, Love, Hate, Hate-Like.   The concept is to take various Movie Presidents - those who have played the POTUS in a film or two, and come up with a movie that the guys both just like.... then a film the guys love... then one they pretty much can't stand... and finally, a movie they kinda hate themselves for liking.   Harrison Ford, Morgan Freeman, Michael Douglas, Charlize Theron, Bill Murray, Michael Keaton, and Chris Rock all get the L/L/H/HL treatment    Aeon Flux (Hulu) Age of Adeline (Freeform) Air Force One (Hulu) Atomic Blonde (for rental) Basic Instinct (Netflix) Black Rain (for rental) Bruce Almighty (for rental) Cars (Disney+) Charlie's Angels (CBS All Access) Cowboys & Aliens (HBO Max) Deep Impact (for rental) Disclosure (for rental) Dogma (not streaming) Down to Earth (Amazon Prime; CBS All Access) Fatal Attraction (Amazon Prime) The F8 of the Furious (for rental) Firewall (HBO Max) The Fugitive (for rental) Ghostbusters (for rental) Ghost of Girlfriend's Past (Netflix) Glory (Netflix) Grown Ups (USA Streaming) Hamlet (CBS All Access) Hancock (for rental) Hard Rain (CBS All Access) Head of State (not streaming) Hollywood Homicide (Starz) Italian Job (for rental) Jackie Brown (Starz) Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back (for rental) The Jewel of the Nile (Amazon Prime) Kingpin (CBS All Access; Showtime) Mad Max Fury Road (for streaming) Madagascar (for rental) The Monuments Men (for rental) Morning Glory (Showtime; Netflix; CBS All Access) Multiplicity (for rental) My Life(for rental) Need for Speed (for rental) New Jack City (for rental) Nurse Betty (Peacock) Nutcracker & the Four Realms (Disney+) The Paper (Showtime) Reindeer Games (Hoopla; for rental) Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (Showtime) Robocop (for rental) Scrooged (for rental) Se7en (HBO Max) Sgt Bilko (Peacock) Snow White & The Huntsman (for rental) Space Jam (FreeForm) Spider-Man Homecoming (for rental) Transcendence (not available, thankfully) Wall Street (Amazon Prime) War of the Roses (Starz) Wild Thing (Amazon Prime; Hulu; Epix) Working Girl (Amazon Prime; Hulu; Epix)
It's a big week at The Deucecast Movie Show... no, not because of some election thing, but because another episode is dropping!  Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl take a look at movies that deserved a second chance.  First up, Birthday Movies! Toy Story! Harry Potter! Star Wars! Rocky! Transylvania 6-5000! What movies are turning 5, 10, 15 and 20 years old or more. Next up... a little game called Rotten Tomatoes Potpourri, tossing up movies and predicting the Rotten Tomatoes scores Finally, those movies that you watched and didn't care for, but upon a rewatch, kinda dug... or those movies you liked well enough, but the 2nd time around, really got into. These are "Second Chance Movies" that the crew lists today.  Movies from DC... The Muppets... horror comedies and Tarantino joints... Pixar failures... and men of Mystery.  Along the way, some great chatter on the rising of the DC Cinematic Universe... the movie that is SOLO: A Star Wars Story... and how some animated films get an undeserved bad rap... plus, #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl's corner turn on a Christmas classic, Mikey's dawn of justice and d$'s getting out.    Movies Discussed (and where to stream them at the time of recording)   Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (HBO Max) Get Out (for rental) The Good Dinosaur (Disney+) The Hateful Eight (Netflix) Mars Attack (for rental) M*A*S*H (for rental) Muppets from Space (Showtime) Mystery Men (Peacock) National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (for rental) Oceans Twelve (Netflix) Payback (unavailable) Scream (unavailable) Solo: A Star Wars Story (Disney+) Spanglish (unavailable) Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (Disney+)
Happy Halloween to all the movie lovers and scaryphiles out there from The Deucecast Crew!  Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl serve up their favorite Halloween Guilty Pleasures.  The movies that... well, at least for Mikey and Dave... are not really scary, are sort of hokey, maybe kinda stupid, but oh so much fun anyway.   And of course, in the pretentious corner, #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl can't bring himself to talk about guilty pleasures, so somehow, his movies are actually good.  First up, Mikey gives a quick review of Liam Neeson's new flick "Honest Thief", then Dave laments the loss of a small college town theater. Then a new game called SUBTITLES, guessing the terrible franchises that the even more terrible sequels are named, followed by the aforementioned the Guilty Pleasures list, and then, the 7th iteration of MikeTober, where Mikey has watched and gives reviews on horror flicks assigned by Lil G (some Korean joint) and #TwitterlessButNotDiscordlessDrEarl (some 70s joint) and Burgess (some 90s joint) and Scott Ryfun (some Roadkill joint) and a masterpiece of old cinema assigned by Dave.     Christine (Starz Amazon) Creepshow (not streaming) Don't Answer the Phone (not streaming) Ernest Scared Stupid (Hoopla) Firestarter (MaxGO) Freaked (YouTube) Fright Night (Amazon Prime) Fun Size (Amazon Prime) Happy Death Day (for rental) Jason X (Syfy) Jaws 3D (HBO Max) Killer Klowns from Outer Space (Netflix; Amazon Prime) Nightbreed (Amazon Prime) Transylvania-6500 (Amazon Prime) The Worst Witch (YouTube)
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Podcast Details

Created by
Michael Nipp
Podcast Status
Active
Started
May 1st, 2014
Latest Episode
Apr 14th, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
357
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
Explicit
No
Order
Episodic
Language
English

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