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Episode #107 – Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance

Nicholas Cage in a superhero sequel, directed by the Crank guys? At the risk of being predictable, how could we not?  Meanwhile, Elliott gives us his best Popeye, Stuart gives an ode to action hero sassiness, and Dan just needs to get his life together, guys.

0:00 – 0:36 – Introduction and theme.
0:37 – 33:57 – It’s not much of a Ghost Rider movie, but at least it has spirit.
33:58 – 38:55 – A recap supercut, followed by Final judgments
38:56 – 53:35 – Flop House Movie Mailbag
53:36 – 1:00:35 – The sad bastards recommend.
1:00:36 – 1:02:21 – Goodbyes, theme, and outtakes.

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BITCHIN’ RIDE, DUDE!

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August 5th, 2012

5 Comments

5 Comments

  1. wildride says:

    Oddly enough Peter MacNicoll’s character in Ally McBeal?

    John Cage

    (Dr. Janosz Poha in Ghostbusters II)

  2. wildride says:

    And if they’re all smurfs, then it’s sacre bleu-green.

  3. Joshie C says:

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  4. Joshie C says:

    CONTINUITY ERROR: Even if one of the others had visited Italy more recently than Elliott, why would they know Italian slurs better than him, given that Elliott has been established as a life-long racist who would have long ago committed all such epithets to memory.

  5. whitney says:

    First of all, you guys are awesome.

    Regarding Elliott’s small sarcastic side comment about Prometheus being out for one and half months: some of us live in mainland Europe, where the movie has just opened in theaters this week.
    That said, I appreciate the fact that there were no spoilers in your brief discussion, other than the mention of an alien fight/sex scene, which just makes me more excited about seeing it this weekend.

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