Episode #83 – I Am Number Four

Our eagerly awaited review of Generic Superpower Teen Plot Number Four… er, we mean, “I Am Number Four.” Meanwhile Dan makes a plea on behalf of Internet porn auteurs, Stu revels in his “equally funny” status, Elliott reaches new heights of annoyance via song, and we all begin the show by alienating new listeners by referencing old in-jokes and end it by alienating new listeners by being audibly tired.

0:00 – 0:33 – Introduction and theme.
0:34 – 5:48 – We discuss our GLOWING Onion AV Club mention.
5:49 – 33:34 – Nothing starts a franchise better than a movie clearly only designed to start a franchise. Case in point: I Am Number Four.
33:37 – 35:10 – Final judgments.
35:11 – 51:09 – Flop House Movie Mailbag, complete with everlasting theme.
51:10 – 57:17 – The sad bastards recommend
57:18 – 58:45 – Goodbyes, theme, and outtakes.

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If you’re on the fence about attending the LIVE FLOP HOUSE / I LOVE BAD MOVIES EVENT, then perhaps THIS will change your mind:

Bad Movie Night: Twin Sitters

Thu, Jun 30, 2011, 8:00pm
200 Hudson Street (MAP)
92YTribeca Screening Room

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June 25th, 2011



  1. Ryan DSC says:

    Call me a dreamer, but I would seriously like a Movie Minute devoted to the Peaches breaking down an episode of Big Sausage Pizza.

  2. jim says:

    Kudos for giving this festering cyst tarted up as a movie the pulping it deserves. Eye-candy-predicated mush seldom stunk so hard.

    The trailer alone was already much too much for my bile-ducts to bear … just one long facepalm of light & noise. You have my sincere sympathy for choosing to undergo full exposure.

  3. Stacey Last Name Withheld says:

    I would just like to point out that Terry Kiser (Bernie in Weekend at Bernie’s) is NOT dead. I know this because my mother dated him in high school, so I have followed his career since he played Vic Hitler the narcoleptic comic in TV’s Hill Street Blues. Terry is 74, alive and well, and apparently still working!

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