The Deucecast Movie Show
Summary: A comedy podcast with pop culture repercussions, we record our weekly show on Wednesdays 9PM CDT. Join live and chat or tweet with us, or subscribe to the podcast and leave us phone messages with your questions as you listen at your leisure. The more the merrier, so thanks for tuning in!
It's only been a few weeks since the last ReFlicktions, but there was much to discuss such as new releases Rocketman, Dark Phoenix, and Godzilla: King of the Monsters! Mikey and Dave bring in Friend of the Show, Miss Independent himself Jeremy Burgess (much to the delight of Superfan Craig H!) In these ReFlicktion discussions, the guys touch on Burgess' love of Godzilla... Dave's random Christian movie choice... will Robert Pattison (R Batz) be a good Batman... Asian movies that aren't Crazy Rich Asians... Keanu chit chat... Mikey loving Illumination films... Olivia Wilde's directing... Hicksplotation... and how does Taran Egerton do as Elton John in Rocketman Plus the Top Five of 2019 so far... and DaveSplosion returns with new film assignments! Movies discussed: The Souvenir... John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum... Godzilla King of the Monsters... MA... Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story... Aladdin... The Pastor & the Pro... Dark Phoenix... Sex, Lies & Videotape... Always Be My Maybe.. Secret Life of Pets 2... Booksmart... Three Days of the Condor... The Beach Bum... The Predator... Mud... Semi-Pro... Poor Pretty Eddie... Rocketman
It is the summer summer summer time movie preview, as Will Smith rapped many years ago. Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl hustled to the mall to get them a short set, then fill your earholes with all the summer movies upcoming in June, July and August. The guys gush over the new Rock and Statham romantic comedy... are excited for Woody and Buzz to make their return, and for Chucky to slash his way back to the silver screen. Spider-man! Bautista! Scary Stories! Gerard Butler, falling! More Angry Birds and Bill Murray's back and Tarantino's 9th and just talkin' bout Shaft. All the movies you need to see in one episode, The Deucecast Movie Show Summer Movie Preview show.
With a heaping helping of movie reviews, it's another ReFlicktions episode! Mikey, Dave and #TwitterlessDrEarl recap the list of movies they've seen in the last month... including one series stretch of hard hitting documentaries, hard hitting Ned Beatty, and Wick, John Wick. Topics include... Donald Glover's latest... a Sam Elliott double feature... Dave catches a missing Tarantino... Dr Earl goes way back... Zac Efron plays evil... the crap that Mikey and Dave goes through for Avengers... bad Sandy Bullock... Mikey gets sappy... and John Wick adds to his body count. Plus, the new top five for the year. Movies discussed:Avengers Endgame... Guava Island... King of Kings... Rosenkrantz & Guildenstern are Dead... Road House... The Hero... A Star is Born (1955)... Jackie Brown... Roxanne... The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)... The Dirt... Missing Link... Hollywood Canteen (1944)... Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile... Curse of La Llorna... The Sisters Brothers... Amazing Grace... At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal (doc)... Deliverance... Tolkien... 4 Little Girls (doc)... Animal Kingdom... Love Potion No. 9... Free Solo (doc)... Mid90s... Permission... The Ranger... Digging for Fire... Den of Thieves... Terms of Endearment... Detective Pikachu... John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum...
Batter up!! The baseball season is in full swing, with the oil of the leather gloves, the seams of the baseball, the smell of the fresh cut grass, and the nonsensical nonsense of hosts Mikey and Dave for another exciting episode of The Deucecast! To discuss baseball, however, they need to get in someone who has some credibility -- like baseball author, Royals enthusiast and new Friend of the Show Ethan Bryan! The guys discuss baseball from the outset, including Ethan's love of baseball and baseball movies. Then, the topic at hand is Top Five Baseball Scenes, and the guys celebrate films and key scenes from movies like Major League (Taylor bunts!) and Bull Durham (a place setting...) and even a Few Good Men (you're charging him with possession of a condiment?) So get your popcorn and cracker jacks, and enjoy the show since we'll always come back.
The Road to 400 continues, ever closer that before, when the guys weren't as close to 400, but are closer now. That is Mikey and Dave, this time with an empty pretentious corner, as #TwitterlessDrEarl has gone off to perform neurosurgery on orphans somewhere in Wichita. But on the Binder & Binder Hotline is none other than the Amish One herself, Friend of the Show Jenn Novotny, all the way from Pennsylvania to help us discuss our favorite actors we'll watch in anything. After a quick chat about Disney topics, including the new Star Wars news and the Disney+ Streaming service, plus a plug for Jenn Boo, aka, Brady's new album coming soon.Then the topic at hand, the actors that we'll watch in anything, no matter how good or bad the movie might be. Great chats on Scoot McNairy... Liam Neeson... Jason Segel... the awesome of Tom Hanks... Mikey's mancrush on Ben Foster... Dave's mancrush on The Rock... Novotny's mancrush on Benedict Cumberbatch, maybe.
In an episode that can best describe the podcast here, Best of the Worst definitely can include Mikey, Dave and #TwitterlessDrEarl... and what better way to discuss below average and mediocrity that our good friend from way cross Georgia, in a little town called Vinings (or wherever), The Spawn of Ryfun, aka, Garrison gets on the hotline. New theme song in tow, he's in to youth up the place, in the absence of the forlorn Pinky, still stuck in a Chinese gulag (though it might be Thai, there is no evidence) After playing a round of the Percentages, including finding out the highest -- and lowest -- Rotten Tomatoes scores from a bevy of actors, including Samuel L Jackson... Bradley Cooper... and even Brie Larson. Then, its onto the countdown, where the guys rank their favorite low score Rotten Tomatoes films. Dandy movies starring the aforementioned Sam Jackson... and Kevin James... The Rock... BatFleck... and much more! So sit back and enjoy the show, riffing on how much they love some truly awful films from 2010 until present day!
Last week, they were a crew of moviegoers who had not seen Avengers Endgame. This week, having seen it multiple times each, they see with a new set of eyes. Think with a new set of thoughts. See with... you get the the picture. Either way, Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl are here to dish on what ends up being the biggest film of the weekend, and possibly the biggest film of all time. Avengers Endgame. The guys are joined by Friend of the Show Jared McG, and they do a quick dive into the new Star Wars Trailer first. Then, a spoiler free review of Avengers Endgame (with instructions about the bonus content after Kenny wraps ups his ending tune.) Then, the guys give their Top Five Movie Franchises of all time... any films series that is 4 or more, and contained within the same universe. Characters like Wolverine, and Indy, and Kermit, and Dom, and Ethan, and of course, Bond... James Bond. Then, after the show, stick around as the team spoils the heck out of Endgame, as they take a deep dive into the movie, some of the Easter Eggs, what they liked, loved and felt lacking about the film -- you are given plenty of warning on the spoilers, though.
It's a moment we've been waiting for since last April... but now its Avengers Endgame Week!!! Dave and Mikey already have their tickets, as well as #TwitterlessDrEarl, and bringing in the original OG, the Young G, every since he was a lower case G, but now he's a Big G, girls see he got the money, hunnah dolla bills y'all... the Son of the Pride of Tifton Georgia, little Garrison Ryfun. Kicking it off right at the top, the guys run through all of the movies in the Cinematic Timeline -- not just years released, but chronological in the story's timeline, with Captain Marvel coming right at the end. For most people, this would be refresher, perhaps covering movies no one has seen in a while (Thor!?)... the guys talk about first appearances in each movie (where did Bucky show up? What about Howard Stark? And Black Widow??), giving their takes on each of the films, and finally give their top five faves each, and the essentials of the MCU. And a refresher on the end credit scenes... all getting you ready for the Avengers Endgame premiere!
Springtime has sprung(time) and it's time for the April edition of ReFlicktions. Mikey and Dave, and Friend of the Show and Part Time Contributor and Some Time Brie Larsen lover and all time Alison Brie Lover and most of the time world traveler and a little bit of the time movie critic and Full Time Doctor Earl. After Birthday movies, which reveals what a debacle April 1994 was, and what a masterpiece April 1989 was, they guys jump right into the films they've seen over the last few weeks -- with Mikey not watching as many, Dave coming back from an 8 day non-movie-watching vacation, and Dr Earl just doing Dr Earl things. And the very first edition of SpirituEarl, where Dr Earl breaks down three faith based films assigned to him from Dave & Mikey and Friend of the Show J Kaufman And the guys first Top Five of the Year! Topics include... Ben Affleck's acting... a shout out to Aussie Nate... old school Woody Allen films... weird Lupita impressions... the joy of Shazam!... a lengthy discussion on Elizabeth Holmes, as featured in the documentary The Inventor... the latest from the director of Brawl In Cell Block 99 and Bone Tomahawk... Mikey gets emotional at a cartoon... what Dave really thought of Dumbo... the overhype of Destoyer... and thoughts on Hellboy. MOVIES DISCUSSED Down to Earth... Triple Frontier... Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore... Wedding Daze... The Commuter... Midnight Express... Manhattan... US... Shazam!... The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley... Dragged Across Concrete... The First Purge... Wonder Park... Dumbo... Izzy Gets the F Across Town... What If?... Destroyer... The Party's Just Beginning... Pet Sematary... Hellboy
It's another Tournament Episode for The Deucecast Movie Show, as Dave and Mikey seek to find the greatest movie role ever, and this time, it's two comedic legends. The greatest movie roles of John Candy (Barf! Chet Ripley! Del Russell! Uncle Buck) take on the greatest movie roles of Steve Martin (CD! George Banks! Navin the Jerk!) one by one, until only one is standing and moves on to the Big Bracket. And of course the best person to bring in for this kind of frivolity is Friend of the Show, Michigan's Own Remodeling No Just Clay Shaver. He gives the bracket match by match, and jumps in with his own thoughts as well as breaking some ties. Great conversation throughout with beloved actors and some films that deserve many discussions!
Another episode of the Movie Show is here, with Mikey and Dave bringing the noise and the funk. And the film. The topic tonight is Actors that they loves when they were kids, and may or may not care about at all since they are all grown up. What better guy to bring in than the pride of Tifton, Georgia, Friend of the Show Scotty Ryfun, with his own theme song! First up, a shout out to the new Deucecast Historian, and the old school Endor DeuceTrax... then a Ryfun riffs on losing episodes of My Star Wars Story. Then a plug for The Magic on a Dollar Podcast, hosted by d$. Then, a brand new game called The Streak, which seems easy -- just name movies from each year, starting with the present day, and going backwards. And which Ice Age came out in 2009?? Some Star Wars Galaxy's Edge talk, including the announcement of opening dates, details of Millennium Falcon Smuggler's Run, and much more. Then the topic at hand... a chit chat about Movie Novelization... then fave actors and actresses that, when the guys were young, they just loved. Names like Tim Conway... David Tomlinson... Corey Haim... Charles Grodin... and many more names, including some the show has likely never even talked about... also discussed, Dave's take on Mary E Mastrantonio... how to use CPR propertly... recasting Cannonball Run... plus, a Meredith Salenger update!
If you need a movie and your choice is unknown Maybe listen here now to the Movie Show... The hosts are podcasting inside, and they got flicks going on Nat Portman does something to Mikey that he can't explain When Dave is watching Katie Heigl, he can feel no pain Every beat of Earl's heart Allison Brie Larsen is going on All the tender reviews It requires dedication Battle movie years Then they have a conversation They podcast together, ah-ah Lovin' Star Wars with each other, ah-ah Deucecast Movie Show That is what we are Pinky used to be In the other chair He sailed away did he, to another world So now its just three with each other, ah-ah Ogling Gal Gadot with each other, ah-ah Kaufman is the guest with the soccer goals Shaver talks the docs, from his Midford home Ryfun over in Waycross Or Valdosta? Eh, we don't even know Novotny with the Amish and she does Diva Diz Shaz and Shua come on and do 80s riffs And the message is clear Gina Grad thinks we are the real thing Burgess runs Indie scenes Joe best podfather ever Dave n Amy Adams, in love forever Mikey licks Dan Stevens, ah-ah Earl lovin Terrance Malick, ah-ah The Deucecast Movie Show That is what they are Watching picture shows Shawn sang a wedding song Tommy produces now in anotherworld And Earl sits in prentention, ah-ah Sharing Marvel with each other, ah-ah
It's the biggest event you'll hear on a podcast pertaining to both Mikey and Dave... its the 6th Annual Deucie Awards, given to the best films, acting, ensembles, music and more of the year of our Lord 2018! Will The Favourite strike gold with its 8 nominations? Can Emily Blunt win in one of her two acting nominations? Can "Will You Be My Neighbor" get a Deucie award, even though the stupid Oscars didn't nominate it at all? Find out tonight! And Dave and Mikey share their picks for the Top 10 of the year, including films like "A Quiet Place"... "Isle of Dogs"... "Mary Poppins Returns" and much more! Here are the nominations, and follow along at home! BEST PICTURE The Ballad of Buster Scruggs The Favourite Mary Poppins Returns A Quiet Place Roma AWARD FOR DIRECTING ACHIEVEMENT Ethan & Joel Coen (The Ballad of Buster Scruggs) Alfonso Cuaron (Roma) John Krasinski (A Quiet Place) Yargos Lanthimos (The Favourite) Spike Lee (BlacKKKlansman) BEST ACTRESS Emily Blunt (Mary Poppins Returns) Olivia Coleman (The Favourite) Elsie Fisher (Eighth Grade) Lady Gaga (A Star Is Born) Charlize Theron (Tully) BEST ACTOR Christian Bale (Vice) Nicolas Cage (Mandy) Ben Foster (Leave No Trace) Rami Malik (Bohemian Rhapsody) Viggo Mortensen (Green Book) BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR Mahershala Ali (Green Book) Adam Driver (BlacKKKlansman) Sam Elliot (A Star is Born) Michael B Jordan (Black Panther) Sam Rockwell (Vice) BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS Amy Adams (Vice) Emily Blunt (A Quiet Place) Kathryn Hahn (A Private Life) Emma Stone (The Favourite) Rachel Weisz (The Favourite) BEST POPCORN MOVIE Aquaman Avengers Infinity War The Meg Mission Impossible Fallout Skyscraper BEST ORIGINAL or ADAPTED SCREENPLAY The Coen Brothers (The Ballad of Buster Scruggs) Deborah Davis & Tony McNamara (The Favorite) John Kransinski (A Quiet Place) Bo Birnham (Eighth Grade) Charlie Wachtal, David Rabinowitz, Kevin Willmott & Spike Lee (BlacKkKlansman) BEST ANIMATED FILM Dr Seuss the Grinch Incredibles 2 Isle of Dogs Ralph Breaks the Internet Spider Man: Into the Spider Verse BEST ACTION FILM Aquaman Avengers Infinity War Black Panther Bumblebee Mission Impossible Fallout BEST ENSEMBLE Avengers Infinity War Bad Night at the El Royale Crazy Rich Asians The Favourite Widows BEST SONG OR SCORE The Place Where Lost Things Go (Mary Poppins Returns… Music by Marc Shaiman, Lyric by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman) Can You Imagine That (Mary Poppins Returns… Music by Marc Shaiman, Lyric by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman) The Shallows (Star is Born… Music and Lyric by Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomondo & Andrew Wyatt) Score from Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse (Score by Daniel Pemberton) When a Cowboy Trades His Spurs fro Wings (The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Music and lyric by David Rawling & Gillian Welch) BEST DRAMA Green Book Leave No Trace Roma Searching Widows BEST COMEDY Crazy Rich Asians The Favourite Game Night Sorry to Bother You TAG BEST FANTASY/SCI FI Annihilation Black Panther A Quiet Place Ready Player One Solo: A Star Wars Story DOCUMENTARY Free Solo Love Gilda Minding the Gap They Shall Not Grow Old Won't You Be My Neighbor WORST MOVIE Jurassic World Fallen kingdom Nutcracker & the Four Realms Pacific Rim Uprising Robin Hood A Wrinkle in Time WORST ACTING PERFORMANCE Gerard Butler (Geostorm) Scott Eastwood (Pacific Rim Uprising) Amber Heard (Aquaman) Keira Knightly (Nutcracker & the Four Realms) Oprah Winfrey (A Wrinkle in Time)
It's been a busy month for movies, as Mikey and Dave can attest to the bajillionty movies they've seen in the last few weeks. Toss in #TwitterlessDrEarl's 3 films he's seen, and it makes for a great ReFlicktions ep. Among the topics discussed... d$'s boring Roma viewing... Mikey's love of odd horror... originals and remakes... the real addiction of Harvey Weinstein... the better Whitney doc... watching all the Fyre Frauds... James Cameron projects... thoughts on Captain Marvel (who loved it, who liked it, who hated it)... the weird of Dennis Hopper... no, not Paddington... finally seeing JFK... and Dave riffs on Michael Jackson thoughts Movies discussed:Roma... Happy Death Day... Happy Death Day 2U... Deadpool 2... The Lucky Ones... The Strangers... The Strangers Prey at Night... The Reckoning (doc)... Whitney (doc)... Fyre Fraud (doc)... Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened (doc)... Thunder Road... Rewind This (doc)... Earbuds: The Podcasting Documentary (doc)... Alita: Battle Angel... Captain Marvel... Abducted in Plain Sight (doc)... The Long Riders... After Hours... Three Identical Strangers (doc)... Last Flag Flying... Blue Velvet... Dumplin... Private Life... Fighting with My Family... Paddleton... Isn't It Romantic... JFK... Teen Titans Go to the Movies!... Tully... Leaving Neverland (doc)
It's another tournament episode, back again after a long pause -- this time, matching up Hollywood Sweethearts Sandra Bullock and Meg Ryan! Because Dave and Mikey can't do it alone, they bring in Friend of the, Miss Jeh ni fa Juh ni pa herself, the Delight Life of Jennifer Kaufman! Classic characters like Sally (From When Harry Met...) and Annie from Sleepless in Seattle and Anastasia all battle to get a winner to take on the winner of Lucy from While You Were Sleeping and Annie from Speed and Leigh Anne from Blind Side and much more. Great discussions to be had amongst some of the best roles in RomCom history and more.