Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! We continue MPM Black History Month with a couple flicks that starred possibly the best and most popular black action star of all time, Wesley Snipes! For this week, Phil picks White Men Can’t Jump and Passenger 57. In this episode, you’ll hear us talk about our favorite “Yo momma” jokes, we bring up how common it was to highjack planes, and we once again talk about what a garbage human Tom Sizemore is. Enjoy!Continue reading “MPM: Ep. 338 – Wisely Snipes”
Hey everyone! Welcome to another fun-filled episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Cheats picks the flicks for us to watch this week, and we go through one of the biggest comedies of the 2000’s with Dodgeball and the much lesser-known Balls Of Fury. In this episode, you’ll hear Cheats try to justify spoilers, Phil talks about how much Ben Stiller sucks, and Dehart reminisces about a Rip Torn of his own. Enjoy!
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! We’re a little late finishing up Foodvember, but we don’t care! This week Cheats picks our last food-themed episodes and we go through Matango: Attack of the Mushroom People as well as Return of the Killer Tomatoes. You’ll hear us create our own food monsters, we debate what should or shouldn’t be on pizza, and remember a time when Rob Lowe was famous, but George Clooney wasn’t. Enjoy!
Hello everyone! We hope you had a fantastic Thanksgiving weekend, and although we took a little break, we’re back to finish up November’s episodes before we get into the grueling request month of December. Thanks for all the AWFUL picks, by the way! This week on Motion Picture Meltdown, Dehart gives us a couple of John Waters flicks to gobble up. We were skeptical going into these, especially after Pink Flamingos. In this episodes, we roast through Serial Mom and Cecil B. Demented. You’ll hear us talk about who we’d kidnap and bring on the podcast, we talk about how Serial Mom’s judicial situation probably isn’t too far off from the truth, and there might be a little more to John Waters than shock value. Enjoy!
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week, Phil picks the movies and chooses a couple to get us all in the summer feel of things. In this episode, we go through Fast Times At Ridgemont High and the popular fan-favorite Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. You’ll hear us all talk about our lame-ass attempts at not skipping school, Cheats argues that Cameron is the main character, while Phil argues that Ferris is all a figment of Cameron’s imaginantion. Enjoy!