This week, Rhea and Ricky face off in a competitive Pitch It, and only one walks away with a wheelbarrow full of imaginary money! Plus, Cameron shares the movie that made her, and we take a look at the 1995 buddy cop flick Bad Boys. Whatcha gonna do?
This week, we examine J.J. Abrams's affinity for lens flares, Rhea dishes about the movie that made her, and we dive into the exploits of the space traveling, sexual dynamo Barbarella. Hey, is it hot in here?
This week, Rhea brings an article showcasing the techniques that make Shane Black's screenplays awesome and Black himself a cut above the rest. Plus, Ricky shares the movie that made him, and we give a review of the action blockbuster Iron Man 3. Maybe you've heard of it?
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What do you mean Marlon Brando wanted to play a green bagel? And hey: why wasn't there a Sixth Element? Ricky, Rhea & Cam answer these questions. Plus! A review of Tom Cruise playing Tom Cruise in Tom Cruise's new film OBLIVION. It's obliviatious!
It's a Rhea/Ricky Pitch It face-off! Plus screenwriter Max Borenstein joins us in studio to talk about getting started in film & reveals his 2014 project & hey! Speaking of that we reviewed the best Taco Bell commercial of all time: GODZILLA.
LIGHTNING NOISE! Rhea brings WBP's unofficial official sound effect into existence on today's show. PLUS: a Pitch It! sequel for the best yellow-hatted detective there is, chats on crowd-funding for Veronica Mars & a review of Brian De Palma's THE UNTOUCHABLES.
We have a sweet, sweet guest on our second episode of Wham Bam Pow: Mr. DOUG JONES! Cameron chats with Doug & almost faints from joy, we discuss extreme Oscar baiting, Ricky reveals his vision for a future DIE HARD sequel, and we review Hellboy, Guillermo del Toro's festival of movie monster make-up.
Comedian and author DC Pierson and comedian Cameron Esposito join Jordan for a discussion of burlesque shows, Taken, the Wahlberg brothers, and insurance mascots.
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Special guest Julie Klam tells us about her new book Friendkeeping: A Field Guide to the People You Love, Hate and Can’t Live Without and is incredibly tolerant of Eliza’s latest comic character.
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