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Jay fucking hates Troma, what a sellout!
I'm also from Wisconsin. I firmly believe that Mike has punched some drunk at a bar. We all have.
what synthwave do you like jay
Love these catch ups........part twooooooooo!!!!
Isle of Dogs was awesome.
17:36 its also the plot of An Extremely Goofy Movie
Impressive albedo on those Wisconsin legs.
I'd like to hear you guys opinions of You're Next.
Holy shit! I just saw bone tomahawk, literally jaw dropping scene.
Talking about Jesse Plemons without referencing his performancing in Black Mirror... in the Star Trek episodes as well. Mike have you never seen that Black Mirror episode???
I TOTALLY agree with Jay, it's been 80s nostalgia since the 97 and it's been going on for too long.We've even done Post Punk Revival Revival back in the mid 00s.But i do like Synthwave, New Retro Wave and whatever is left of Vaporwave soooo.
4:18 I would hope that with a Star Trek script contest, we would finally see "The Negron Complex" surface
29:34 LOL! Listening to Synthwave right now. Must keep the synthwave comin'
Wow I.. .saw Bone Tomahawk and as an avid horror fan... I was deathly bored. Seriously, I'm just leaving this here as a warning to horror fans: it's utterly boring. It tries something different but it goes the wrong way and doesn't add the "good". If you want an interesting horror...ish movie set in the cowboys and indians era, try Ravenous.
I used to watch Siskel and Ebert, in the free television days when they werent paid off, and loved the depth that they covered a movie, and gave non hollywood movies a chance, and tried their hardest to be reflective on the values of the movies. I always wanted to start a show, just like you've done here. Now I hate myself because your show is really well done and shows a love of movies. Fuck you half in the bag !
Oh come on !Fantastic Mr. Fox was much better...
“I just like the sound” yeah right jay
Jay: "I saw a film ..."BOOORING
Mike is been constantly Gorilla Interrupted by Jay.
"Starring Rich Evans"He's a hard guy to miss....where was he?
What the hell is this praise for Bone Tomahawk? I didn't like it and the whole movie was just slow boring mess with no good characters. Why do people like it? I really would like to know.
I know this video is old by now but I thought the main actor in Upgrade was Tom Hardy. Which is why I thought it was weird he came out with two major films (Venom) in one year.
You guys have to do Venom! Please!
You guys really have to see First Reformed if you haven't seen it!
"... It doesn't really speak about Star Trek all that much." Mike's standard review of everything ever.
UPGRADE WAS MY FAV OF 2018. I JUST SAW IT HOLY TITS
After the amazing Ghostbusters(2016) review RLM did, I was hoping they'd at least spend a couple minutes shitting on "Ocean's 8" in the catch-up episode. Oh well, to be fair, it's really not even worth their time.
80s was 50s, 90s was 60s, 00s was 70s, 10s was 80s, 20s will be 90s... Its a 30 years stylistic cycle.
Summer of '84 it's not god, a waste of time, Turbokid it's very good
People dont go to see comedies as much these days because most of them a bad improv for two hours
Nobody saw Upgrade because I would've had to drive a hundred miles to see it, and I assume that was the case for a lot of people.
The reality of the 80's. You are going to get kidnapped and they will make you do drugs. Unless you learn the word "No".
Confirmed: Jay gets Upgrade more than Mike does
Upgrade was killer, my movie of the year
The thing about the second Strangers movie wasn't the 80's aesthetic, but the TERRIBLE choices the characters made. My brother and I watched it and continuously screamed at the TV in anger and bewilderment. I would recommend that any horror fan watch the first movie, but for the love of god don't pay to see the second one.
"Comedy doesn't push any boundaries anymore... it really doesn't." damn, you're right.
Unsane was not a correct assesment. especially the ending and its not as straight forward. then again, you guys are experts ans i was stoned.
Do Retro Puppet Master!
I really enjoyed Game Night. Rachel McAdams in tight jeans drives me nuts
I enjoy your reviews, and respect your opinions. I'll be upfront about being a big Summer of 84 fan since Sundance. This review of it (23:12) was pretty frustrating to watch because I got the feeling that Mike might have actually quite liked the film, but almost every time he was about to say something supportive, Jay just bulldozed over him interrupting him to repeat something about stranger things and 'done with nostalgia in general' . The film qualities, its ending, its potential deeper meaning, was barely discussed at all, and really only attempted by Mike. Also from reviews I've read, I am not alone in disagreeing with Jay about this: I thought the kids' chemistry and excellent portrayals of the reality of neighborhood summer friendships, and their acting in general, was one of the best parts of the first half of the film. By not even being able to distinguish the kids, this review came across like Jay had dismissed it before he really watched it. Will look forward to more reviews, but had to comment here -I felt like only one opinion was heard.
"Fabio Frizzi, he sounds like a muppet" fuckin lol.
Timestamp for Bone Tomahawk? Please?
I wanna see a review of Bone Tomahawk
I’m beginning to believe that mike is a New Girl fan
They didn't see BlacKkKlansman?
Hoping for a re:View of Bone Tomahawk 🤞🏻🤞🏻
DO THE MEG
Haha, great Rich impression jay @33:10
Aw, no "Gotti"?
16:55 really..that movie fucking flopped29:10 funny cause jay was excited for that
So essentially, Jay wanted Unsane to be exactly like every mental hospital movie ever made. I personally thought that Soderbergh was tapping into some really important themes. Mental hospitals can in fact be prone to manipulation. Money is involved more so than actual help or science. Between this and his tweets about My Friend Dahmer, he can be kind of unimaginative sometimes.
+Parker Stanfield Yes I admit all that stuff was really well done, for about the first 20-25 minutes. But then it descends into schlock movie terroritory as soon as that stupid and unnecessary stalker character is introduced. He was so bad I was hoping he was just going to end up being a figment of her imagination for some kind of past childhood trauma or something. And yes I know that sounds a bit trite and cliched but that would've been much more preferable than the ridiculous horror slasher movie it becomes.
+John Doe How many mental hospital thrillers are willing to portray mental health as pure business at the expense of their patients? Honestly, they don't go in the direction that Unsane goes in. Most of them default to the "lead character was crazy and the doctors were right." The End.
No, sounds to me he wanted it to be something more than a forgettably bland, moronic and dopey slasher flick.
How the hell has Jay not seen Breaking Bad? That doesn't even seem possible.
I was trying to watch upgrade...but i couldnt find a single theater showing it
Watched Upgrade cause this video. Was real good, I enjoyed probably too much. I thought having the AI be so limited and dependent was a neat view of things.
"not Tom Hardy" hahaha felt the same way
How does Frito-Lay expect to turn a profit?
Jay has never seen Breaking Bad?!? The best show in the history of television??!!?? Oh, Jay... I am disappoint.
Not Tom Hardy in Upgrade TrailerTom Hardy in Venom TrailerBoth are shockingly similar.
I totally agree with Stranger Things. Season 2 ruined something great.
Mike looked so disappointed when Jay was talking about Puppet Master
?? Why is Jay saying it was clear early in the movie whether or not the stalker thing was real or wasn't? It wasn't confirmed until maybe the last 20 minutes. Before that it does a great job of keeping you guessing, IMO
Bone Tomahawk & Brawl in Cell Block 99 are both boring trash and S. Craig Zahler is a complete hack who writes like an edgy child.
Much of the time they're not even laughably bad, although they do have a couple moments. Mostly tedious.
Nah, your taste is though.
Sorry, but those movies are embarrassing.
Shit taste confirmed.
I'm amazed you guys didn't see Sorry to Bother You. It was great.
Thanks for mentioning Bone Tomahawk, it was a fucking amazing slow-burn western and you need to see it. When it came out on Netflix it was rated PG13 due to either an error or just someone not watching the last ten minutes of it, so the ending had extra punch when I viewed it.
It's really sad when the only movies Red Letter review are either "B" movies or horror stories. I mean , what else can they review? Reboots of the Marvel universe?. How about another Star Wars movie? There's nothing good to review!
that last spike lee joint was ill though
RedLetterMedia, i believe you should review Mandy, directed by Panos Cosmatos for a future half in the bag episode.
Stop the hissing in the background you fucks
Woof washing. I immediately slammed that mother fucking like button.
Haha, that dude and the music sting in the unsane trailer are the opposite of scary, that was downright comical.
love yall, but dont talk shit bout TROMA
I'll love if you guys devote an entire episode to "Mandy." I saw it today, and I experienced an amazing gamut of emotional and physical reactions, including dread, fear, excitement, sadness, bliss, anger, sickness and revulsion, and surprisingly even hilarity and joy. I never thought I'd see the Nicolas Cage of Vampire's Kiss, Raising Arizona and Wild at Heart on screen again, but the thirty year wait was worth it. I predict it will be on the short list of Jay's favorite films of 2018. (Mike, maybe not so much, though I suspect he'll at least like it.)
HOLY CRAP you need to see Mandy.
I think they raised a really great point with the comment about comedy films not pushing boundaries anymore. Is that because of the outrage culture we currently find ourselves in? In order to make jokes that are truly out there, you mostly have to risk offending someone along the way, because comedians often take a situation or state and frame it in a way that others wouldn't usually see, thus challenging people's views .. Interesting.Genuinely can't think of a funny film I saw recently. Superbad is an all-time favourite, Hot Fuzz too. 40-year-old virgin is great too. I'm struggling to think of one that was released in the last year or two that I found hilarious. If anyone reading this fancies a good laugh by a genuinely brilliant and creative comic, watch James Acaster's stand ups on Netflix. Belly laughs throughout.
I don't actually remember them saying they really liked any of these films.
Bone Tomahawk for me, was overhyped. I fell asleep watching it the first time. When I rewatched it seemed less clunky. In regards to the "scene" everyone talks about. It was jarring but not that great in it's execution. It looked like a wax figure. They needed more time to perfect that prop. Just one man's opinion.
Need to hear about Sorry to Bother You.
I wish Rich hadn't of died.
Speaking of Unsane you should do a re:View of Tenebrae
Hey, Jay likes Synthwave. At least his taste in music is better than his taste in movies.
what movie did Jay say made his jaw drop?
Bone Tomahawk, nm
Summer of 84 is literally interesting for five minutes and that's at the end of the movie. The "thing" that happens could have been set earlier and played out for the rest of the film.
i would've loved to see you guys talk about Happytime Murders
I like synthwave too. IT BROKE NEW GROUND
You should check out Sweet Country. Independent Aussie film that came out late last year and is really well made.
WE KNOW STRANGER THINGS SUCKS. I WAS EXPECTING A REVIEW OF SUMMER OF 84 I WANT MY MONEY BACK
I liked the strangers 2 a lot actually . its entire purpose was for the killers to see justice from the first movie, an aspect they didnt mention. the movie was very satisfying and as mike said visceral
How many *bags of popcorn* would you give Director's Cut?
I'm kind of surprised they didn't watch The Death of Stalin
I don't understand the Star Wars Jillette connection. Can someone give me a quick rundown? I seem to care for a reason I don't know.
20:20 what is mike talking about here? Theres literally a part where the robot asks Grey what to do after the fight with the dude with the mustache because "all tactical options have been relieved" or somwthing. I feel like mike was half paying attention to the movie lol. He said you could predict what was gonna happen but at the same time the twist saved it? And I get what he means by the guy is back and forth with being confident and being stressed but I've seen many people irl who are like that who THINK they have a situation handled but they realize the situation is not as easy as it seems.
What did you guys think of "Sorry to Bother You"?
meet the feebles
Jay likes Synthwave? My music tastes are now validated!
>Looking forward to the classy reboot of fucking Puppet MasterIt's time to put Jay out to pasture.
I loved UPGRADE. One thing I thought was silly was at the end when stem takes over his body after breaking his mind, he moves super stiff and robotic. The thing is we've already seen stem control the body a bunch of times at that point and it didn't look like that. I know they were just trying to visually drive home the point that Grey is gone and stem is triumphant, but it wasn't necessary.
Of all these movies (PT 1 and 2) I would only see Director's Cut (and Turbo Kid but that isn't being reviewed). I kind of like stranger things, but the thing I like about it most is that all episodes all come out at once. And I liked that "waste of 45 minute episode" yall were talking about. AND the original puppet master movies, the puppets were based on people the nazi's killed, so they weren't nazis.
People finally catching on that there was no there there with "stranger things". Its been that way since the first season, you could tell that they had no answers to the questions they kept raising.
Ive just sat through the entirety of "The Nun" just so I can listen to you guys rip on it. Please make it your next episode thank you.