Good Times Great Movies

GTGM Episode 102: The Incredible Shrinking Woman (1981)

On this listener recommended episode, Jamie and Doug try and figure out why Lilly Tomlin plays roughly 45 roles in this film, who thought it would be a good idea to include a man in a gorilla suit, and why the movie refuses to send any sort of message. Seriously, give us anything!

 

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GTGM Episode 101: Cat People (1982)

Doug and Jamie work their way through Paul Schrader’s baffling remake of Jacques Tourneur‘s 1942 classic, replacing all of the tension and mystery with T&A! Was it surprisingly great or is it little more than the clumps of cat litter at the bottom of the garbage bag that is bad 80s remakes? Watch the film, take a listen, and then decide for yourself.

 

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GTGM Episode 100: Mac and Me (1988)

Jamie and Doug celebrate this milestone by taking in one of the most legendary bad movies of the decade. Grab your bag of Skittles and Coca Cola, slide into the booth at your favorite McDonald’s and embrace the nonsense!

 

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GTGM Bonus Episode: Q’s & A’s

Movie theater vomit, falling asleep on a first date, Jeff Goldblum back rubs, recasting Going Ape & being babysat by Chloe Sevigny! You sent us your questions and we’ve got some answers on this lead-up to our 100th episode!!!

 

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GTGM Episode 99: Modern Girls (1986)

On the latest episode, Doug fawns over Daphne Zuniga but spends most of the discussion trying to wrap his mind around the decision to cast a single actor to play multiple roles in this film while Jamie can’t pronounce ‘Zuniga’ and rails against the anti-feminist message of this movie (but most of that was off mic.). Enjoy…they really didn’t!

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GTGM Episode 98: D.C. Cab (1983)

Preteen D.C. residents, Doug and Jamie are drawn to the local drug dealer and his daily confrontations with a local cabbie who is always dressed as though he’s heading to a ‘Sweatin’ to the Oldies’ taping. Most of the other neighborhood kids are enamored by the drug dealer’s killer car, but Doug and Jamie just can’t get enough of those sweet, sweet drugs!

 

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GTGM Episode 97: Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo (1984)

‘I mean, who even hires a mime for a child’s birthday party?’ Jamie and Doug continue discussing this fact days after the party ended. ‘I mean, they’re not funny, they’re not entertaining, and they’re certainly not appropriate entertainment for the late 20th century! He’s associated with that rec center downtown that’s full of those amazing dancers. Could the kid’s parents not afford Ozone and Turbo?’

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GTGM Episode 96: All Dogs Go to Heaven (1989)

After witnessing what is clearly a small child stacked on top of two dogs place a bet, Jamie and Doug pool together their depression-era life savings of $43 and bet on the long-shot in the 5th, The Grand Chawhee! To be honest, at 1000/1 odds, it’s worth it to even put down a buck but they clean up with $43,000 and get the hell out of New Orleans as the town appears to be overrun with murderous dogs.

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