Shane only has two films to look at this week. Starting with the Stoner Slasher Comedy "Idle Hands", where Shane looks at the amazing teen cast, the sexualization of Jessica Alba, and the music on the soundtrack. Second, Shane looks at what he called "Bad Boy James Bond" in the heist film "Entrapment". Shane compares the plot to a Bond film, and discusses the use of too many twists, and how they jumbled the ending of the film.
Saturday, April 23, 2022
It's a FOUR-banger this week, with a Director's Battle Royale.
Jeff Pollack, Mike Newell, Alexandre Payne, and David Cronenberg all directed films released on this weekend in 1999, and Shane takes a look the wide genres of Bad SNL Comedy, Alpha Male Drama, Teen Sex Comedy Campaigning, and Body Morphing Video Game Science Fiction.
Friday, April 22, 2022
It's Earth Day! And since Shane loves shticks, he's decided that he's going to talk to Jason about movies with "Earth" in their titles. In defiance of Jason Richardson, Shane attempts to convince Jason L. Maier that there are some good films with "Earth" in the title. Jason L. Maier admits to the few films he's seen this week, and pulls out one that Shane forgot to mention.
Saturday, April 16, 2022
It's another trifecta weekend in 1999, but Shane doesn't have much to say about two of the three films. Shane has never seen "All About My Mother", so he looks at the awards its won. Shane didn't see "Friends & Lovers" until 2000 when he was working at a video store. Finally, Shane does have a lot to say about his recent re-watch of the comedy film "Life". Shane looks at the amazing cast that was assembled for this film, and examines how his feels have changed since his first viewing.
Friday, April 15, 2022
Boston. Ms. Betty. The Oscars. Bruce Willis. These are all topics that get discussed before we take a look at the Facebook Poll Jason put up, asking people for films that surprised them. Films that they had no expectations for, but ended up being surprised by how much they enjoyed the film.
Saturday, April 9, 2022
This week in 1999 saw two films competing for the teenage/youth adult demographic. Both "Go" and "Never Been Kissed" were released on the same weekend, and gave audiences two really fun and enjoyable films. One was a drama with some comedy and one was a comedy with some romance. Shane takes a look at both of the amazing casts for these films, and discusses the soundtrack to "Go".
Saturday, April 2, 2022
In Shane's entire theatre-attending life, he has only ever walked out of one movie. This week, Shane sits down to tell the story of that night, and to finally finish the film that he and David C. Maier walked out of halfway through. Afterwards, Shane addresses a 1999 film that he had never seen before this week, and actually enjoyed.