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Lethal Weapon 2 - For Annual Subscribers

Murtaugh and Riggs survived the first film, but their bickering chemistry didn’t blow up the box office until the release of Lethal Weapon 2 in the Summer of 1989. Will the multi-racial cops end apartheid in South Africa by taking down a consulate full of Afrikaner drug dealers? Is money launderer Joe Pesci any help in giving Danny Glover the financial advice he needs to retire early? And does semi-crazy Mel Gibson prefer the kiss of new girl Patsy Kensit to putting a Beretta in his mouth? Platinum Level gives you the diplomatic immunity to listen and find out!

 

 

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Lethal Weapon 2 - Donation Bonus

Murtaugh and Riggs survived the first film, but their bickering chemistry didn’t blow up the box office until the release of Lethal Weapon 2 in the Summer of 1989. Will the multi-racial cops end apartheid in South Africa by taking down a consulate full of Afrikaner drug dealers? Is money launderer Joe Pesci any help in giving Danny Glover the financial advice he needs to retire early? And does semi-crazy Mel Gibson prefer the kiss of new girl Patsy Kensit to putting a Beretta in his mouth? Platinum Level gives you the diplomatic immunity to listen and find out!

John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum

Who can defeat The Avengers? Leave it to hitman extraordinaire John Wick! The sleeper hit series has, with its third "chapter", topped Avengers from their spot atop the box office charts. That success led to an instant announcement of Chapter 4 coming in 2021. But for all its success, can 54-year-old Keanu Reeves continue to kick ass on screen? Or does new partner Halle Berry "Jinx" the whole affair?  Arnie, Justin, and Jakob have served, and will serve, so join them with this review of Parabellum.

Lethal Weapon - For Annual Subscribers

Are you crazy!? Do you really wanna jump into the Lethal Weapon series? Well that’s fine with Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart. Let’s do it!  Donate for Platinum Level and watch these Three Stooges tackle all four installments in the seminal buddy cop franchise!  Is Danny Glover too old to be the partner of suicidal Mel Gibson, and bust Gary Busey’s ring of heroin-dealing ‘Nam vets? And is the unhinged Aussie onto something about LA gridlock when he decides it’s faster to leave the squad car on the freeway and pursue on foot? Enlist with Now Playing and find out!

 

NOTE: This listing is for annual subscribers to our show. You can also get this movie review individually for a small donation.

 

Every dollar you donate goes to make this show the best it can be. Thank you for your support and we hope you enjoy the podcast!

 

Lethal Weapon - Donation Bonus

Are you crazy!? Do you really wanna jump into the Lethal Weapon series? Well that’s fine with Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart. Let’s do it!  Donate for Platinum Level and watch these Three Stooges tackle all four installments in the seminal buddy cop franchise!  Is Danny Glover too old to be the partner of suicidal Mel Gibson, and bust Gary Busey’s ring of heroin-dealing ‘Nam vets? And is the unhinged Aussie onto something about LA gridlock when he decides it’s faster to leave the squad car on the freeway and pursue on foot? Enlist with Now Playing and find out!

Pokemon: Detective Pikachu

Did Deadpool star Ryan Reynolds feel it in his jellies when he signed on to be the voice of electric mouse Detective Pikachu in his first live-action adventure? Or is the sarcastic actor talking to the wrong crowd by partnering with millennial Justice Smith for a PG rated Pokemon movie? Join Stuart, Arnie, and Justin as they wrap up this legendary series, and follow the clues left at a mysterious car crash back to a deadly purple gas and notorious genetic mutation MewTwo.  Catch It Now!

Who Framed Roger Rabbit - For Annual Subscribers

Justin, Stuart, and Arnie aim to p-p-please this May with a p-p-podcast review of Who Framed Roger Rabbit - the most celebrated marriage of live action and cel drawn animation ever! Bob Hoskins is the cartoon-hating gumshoe helping an anxious animated hare beat a murder rap. Will the real killer turn out to be Roger’s femme fatale wife Jessica Rabbit? And is Toontown big enough to house both Walt Disney and Warner Bros characters harmoniously? Your dreams come true not when you wish upon a star, but become a Now Playing Patron!

Pokemon Heroes (Latios and Latias)

Team Rocket is at it again! Spies Annie and Oakley have abducted the dragon protectors of a tranquil canal city. Good thing Pokemon Heroes Ash, Brock and Misty are here to ensure that Legendary Latios and Latias are rescued before a massive tidal wave destroys their town. Join hosts Justin, Arnie, and Stuart as they "sight share" their experience watching the last animated Pikachu movie to receive wide theatrical distribution in America, as well as their enjoyment of mobile game phenomenon Pokemon Go. You gotta catch the poke-cast now!

Do the Right Thing - For Annual Subscribers

Spike Lee broke down barriers for black filmmakers in Hollywood when his third film Do The Right Thing became a surprise box office success in the Summer of 1989. Does his funny and fiery look at racial tension in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood still divide audiences over the appropriate use of a garbage can? And how long did customers have to wait for a pizza delivery in the days before DoorDash? Hear "Love" and "Hate" duke it out over the airwaves when you fight the power with Jakob, Stuart, and Arnie this Spring. Donate Now!

 

 

 

NOTE: This listing is for annual subscribers to our show. You can also get this movie review individually for a small donation.

 

Every dollar you donate goes to make this show the best it can be. Thank you for your support and we hope you enjoy the podcast!

 

Do the Right Thing - Donation Bonus

Spike Lee broke down barriers for black filmmakers in Hollywood when his third film Do The Right Thing became a surprise box office success in the Summer of 1989. Does his funny and fiery look at racial tension in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood still divide audiences over the appropriate use of a garbage can? And how long did customers have to wait for a pizza delivery in the days before DoorDash? Hear "Love" and "Hate" duke it out over the airwaves when you fight the power with Jakob, Stuart, and Arnie this Spring. Donate Now!