Our 18th episode brings a CineMolos first.. a commentary on a movie that is still actually in theaters. We were so excited to ramble on about Star Wars Ep 7 that we didn’t wait for it to come out on a home format. So, as you’re going to your 9th viewing in the theatre, bring your earbuds and hear us work our way through it in real time!
In order to bypass the intro and go right to the commentary, go to 27:55 then pause us and then hit play when you see “A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away” on screen. You’ll be sync’ed up and ready to roll.
Click here to listen! Skip to 11:00 to bypass intro and go directly to commentary.
In this episode, we visit the podmentary’s newest and highest grossing movie: Jurassic World. Matt, Jason and Brannan eat a bunch of tacos and discuss if its great or just so dumb that its great. Click above to listen or go to the CineMolos tab for all the episodes.
This episode was originally recorded as episode 13, but due to technical issues we lost it. After doing our best attempt at a clean up pass we decided that if you don’t mind bearing with a few frizzing miscs, we don’t mind posting it. Matt and Dan are joined by Jason and Brannan to see just how many voice CineMolos can handle while we discuss 80s action opus and previous Cheap Shots riff victim: Commando. Also we explore “Hepatitis Chuck”.
Skip to 21:25 to bypass the intro.
After taking a little time off, Matt and Dan talk about Bruce Lee man crushes, martial arts movies, and tweets from 2013 that you might have missed. Is this movie the first great martial arts movie, or a ripoff of a James Bond movie? Does that mean Mortal Kombat, being a ripoff of this, is technically a ripoff of a James Bond movie too? Does it matter? John Saxon co-stars. (in this movie, not Mortal Kombat. But he should have.)