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 the award season once again and the Sixth Annual Deucies nominations are out! Mikey, Dr Earl and Dave let their soothing voices infiltrate your earholes to tell you not only about the movies they've seen in the last month (Warren Beatty! Spike Lee! Barrett... Oliver?) AND to give you this year's batch of honorees vying for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Song/Score, Best Drama... and even Worst Acting Performance (Oprah, this may be your year!) Amongst other things, topics discussed include... More about the Mary Poppins Meryl Streep sequence... Dr Earl on RBG and Felicity Jones... Dave brings the conspiracy documentaries... Mikey hating on Queen... a bad movie from Amy Adams... Upgrade is a better Venom... random Netflix symphonies... Dental shade... Knight of Cups Casting... Dave explains The Boulder Problem... and much more. The List of Movies Discussed.... Mary Poppins Returns... On the Basis of Sex... Root Cause... TAG... Knight of Cups... STINK!... Blockers... Free Solo... Velvet Buzzsaw... D.A.R.Y.L... Tully... Song to Song... The Devil We Know... Green Book... They Shall Not Grow Old... Bohemian Rhapsody... Moonlight Serenade... Manhunter... Heaven Can Wait... The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part... Upgrade... High Flying Bird... Hearts Beat Loud... Valentine's Day... BlacKKKlansman
Another February is here, meaning another day of Valentine's love is in the wings! And if Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl aren't enough, Friend of the Show Jennifer "Juniper" Kaufman joins the show to add a softer voice and a girls touch to the topic itself. First up, Birthday Movies to talk about what was released in February five, ten, fifteen, twenty years ago -- movies like The Lego Movie, Office Space, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, and even a fave of Friend of the Show Burgess, The Jonas Brothers 3D Concert Experience! A quick round of the IMDb game -- can you name the actor and/or actress by the roles and movies? Great match! Friend of the Show, Miss Independent himself Burgess calls in from his 24th film festival in 2019 over in Mississippi, to give his results of this year's Burgentine's Day -- he reviews the movies assigned to him by the crew. The topic in the episode is not just Valentine's movies, but those movies that are bad -- not just guilty pleasures, but Rom Com Chick Flicks that the crew feels like they may be the only ones to actually like. Movies with John Cusack... Brenden Fraser in a bomb shelter... Dave's novelization attempts... Beth Cooper makes an appearance... that Bonnie Raitt song movie... Kaufman's love of Jennifer Anniston.. Dr Earl's love of 90's Jennifer Connelly... Mikey's love of Michael J Fox... Dave's love of large ensemble flicks... and so much more love in the episode!
Oscar nominations are out! Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl spend an hour full of Oscar talk... and the fun thing is that when the recording of this episode happens, nominations aren't out yet. So the guys get to make bold predictions on Oscar noms that have already happened now. Who swings and misses wildly? Who calls an Animated nom? And who was the genius who called the Bradley Cooper snub and only 7 nominations for Star is Born?? Dr Earl also pontificates on a recent viewing of M. Night's sophomore effort "Unbreakable" (of which the recent "Glass" is a sequel to), a re-watch after about 12 or 15 years. Then the Denzel game makes a stirring comeback, with shout outs to Mila Kunis, James Franco, and Mikey's Boo K-Cost, and who could forget Chuckles the Ape... The top five this go-round takes a look at all the Academy Award Best Picture winners, including a look at the Godfather, the life-ness of Talia Shire, and what is the Good Dinosaur of Mobster movies... a rundown of the other movies that didn't win in the same year of the movies selected... some hot Sidney Poitier talk... the importance of Titanic in Dave's life...
Another 2018 in review episode commences, all leading up to the Top Ten of 2018 (coming soon!), but this around, its the Movie Surprises of 2018. Mikey, Dave, and Alison Brie Larsen Lover #TwitterlessDrEarl welcome in Mr Independent himself, Friend of the Show Jeremy Burgess to talk all about a little of everything. Kicking in first with a review of Burgess' IMDb page and some random up and coming actors in the area, including the infamous Daniel Scheinert (who??), an untitled project that Burgess may or may not have let slip (what??) and a rousing round of Rotten Tomatoes Potpourri... one that lasts a long time because four people playing to five can sometimes take a while. Then, the crew jumps into the topic at hand, the movies in 2018 that surprised everyone -- didn't think they'd enjoy but sat back and thought "Well whaddya know, that was pretty entertaining..." Movies like Hotel Artemis... Aquaman... more Nic Cage... The Heartbreak Kid Mr. Wrestlemania The Showstopper HBK Shawn Michaels... and even some Venom Venom... Venom Venom Venom....
The guys are back and Fyre'd up. Even though The Deucecast Movie Show had a ReFlicktions show a few weeks ago, they haven't been able to talk about the movies they've seen since before Christmas. So here comes a mega heavy duty RF show, with Mikey, Dave, and Allison Brie Larsen Fan #Twitterless Dr Earl. Some of the topics discussed along the way... could Anthony Hopkins be overrated? The Curiosity of Eddie Redmayne... the canon of Aquaman... The Fyre Fest doc battle... the marketing of Netflix... the first Vanessa Hudgens watch... the acting of Ben Foster... Movies discussed... Surviving Christmas... Unseen (doc)... Class Action... Bumblebee... Transformers: The Last Knight... Jupiter Ascending... Pottersville... Aquaman... Roma... Sorry to Bother You... The Favourite... Love, Actually... Fyre Fraud (doc)... Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened (doc)... The Mule... Vice... A Cinderella Story... Isle of Dogs... Shirkers (doc)... First Reformed... Bird Box... Mary Poppins Returns... Hereditary... From Here to Eternity... Welcome to Marwen... Marwencol (doc)... Leave No Trace... Robin & Marian... Term Life... Final Score... Unsane... Traffik... Juliet Naked... Two Hands... A Wrinkle in Time... Eighth Grade... Beautiful Boy... Thoroughbreds... Mary Queen of Scots... Glass
January rolls on, and January is full of episodes reflecting upon 2018. Last week, Mikey, Dave, #TwitterlessDrEarl and Friend of the Show Jeremy Burgess recanted their least fave films of 2018, and this week, its the Not 2018 Top Ten. And to do so, it takes a mega-episode to recap. Burgess gets a new theme song... film festival schedules... the movie goals and not-goals of the movie crew... Are You There God, It's Me Margaret... Plus the top ten lists of favorite movies seen in 2018 that didn't actually come out in 2018... from 1937 all the way up to 2017. Movies such as a doc about the LA Riots... a 70s noir classic with Martin Sheen as a bad guy... documentaries about bombshells and Munchhausen by proxy... war rabbits... ghosts... thieves... clowns... predators... bad wedding weekends and, of course, The Monster Squad. And the films for the 2nd Annual Burgentine's Day are revealed at last.
It's become an annual rite of passage... the films that the Deucecast likes to call "Lumps of Coal", those being the worst movies seen over the last 12 months. Films like "Justice League" and "Colonia" and "Terminator Genysis" and even "Pootie Tang" (thanks Pinky!) have all worn the banner of shame. Which films wear it this year? Find out when Mikey and Dave bring in #TwitterlessDrEarl, and invite in Friend of the Show and Miss Independent himself Jeremy Burgess to talk about the... movies that just aren't for the guys. First up, the birthday films, including the good (Taken, She's All That, Whiplash), the bad (Bride Wars, Boyhood, Paul Blart) and the ugly (Braddock: Mission in Action III) that came out in the month of January in year's past. And then, a fun and light discussion on the films that just weren't as agreeable in 2018... with some Disney blunders... being WAR READY... traveling with Marky Mark... bad Wakowski Sibs... and of course, Nic Cage. Enjoy the Lumps of Coal.
Merry Christmas (just passed) and Happy New Year and in between time, in the meantime, it's the rundown of the movies that Mikey, Dave and #Twitterless Dr Earl has seen in the last several weeks. Among the discussions, the guys touch on the problem with YA movies... the flop of Mortal Engines... Natalie Portman in Annihilation... Hot Burgess Talk... Mikey's Shudder... Mikey's Star is Born... Dave's turning the corner on Vanessa Hudgens... and tapping into the Spider-Verse. And the final Top Five of the Year is released, with a Top Ten of 2018 coming in a few months! Movies reviewed: Robin Hood... Annihilation... Kalifornia... First Reformed... The Ballad of Buster Scruggs... The Commuter... Minding the Gap... The Other Side of the World... The Front Runner... Summer of '84... Mayhem... Revenge (not the Costner flick)... Green Book... Instant Family... A Star is Born... Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse... The Christmas Chronicles... Attack of the Killer Donuts... Roma... Once Upon a Deadpool...
It's that time of year once again, when The Deucecast Movie Show hosts are feeling generous and ready to dole out a dose of Christmas spirit to the world. But joining Mikey, Dave, and #Twitterless Dr Earl, is Friend of the Show, back for his fourth Christmas Gifts episode, "No Just" Clay Shaver! A little chit chat and catch up on movies and documentaries, and then the guys start handing out the merth and merry of Christmas gifts. Amongst those opening Christmas gifts underneath the Deucecast Movie Show tree include Disney head honcho Bob Iger... busybody Tiffany Haddish... a Netflix Oscar of major proportions... Jennifer Garner getting more serious... Rian Johnson a real non-sci fi franchise... and much, much more. Oh, and Clay has a new idea for the masses along the lines of his legendary 30 year reboot rule.
Sometimes you watch a movie and are riveted, sometimes you watch a movie and are sad, sometimes you watch a movie and it makes you scared... and then sometimes you are just satisfied because the movie is delightful. Its frickin' delightful. It's a Frickin Movie Delight. Mikey, Dave and #TwitterlessDrEarl welcome in Friend of the Show "No Just" Clay Shaver, to a talk about that type of movie... but first, the inaugural "Jump to Conclusions" segment (stolen unabashedly from the ESPN Campus Conversation podcast)! The guys discuss the future box office of Avengers Endgame... the future awards for A Star is Born... and how good will Aquaman actually be? Then, the movie and movie things that just delighted everyone in studio, including musicals, boxing, interning, The Jokering, and even Zac Efron. Plus, the controversy of "Last Christmas" continues...
Thanksgiving is now over and the Holiday season is in full swing! So Mikey, Dave, and #TwitterlessDrEarl run through the best of what's coming up with a winter movie preview. But first, since the regular run-down of the latest seen movies isn't until later in the month, the guys give their quick thoughts on recent releases, including Widows, Nutcracker & the Four Realms, Fantastic Beasts 2 (including a Harry Potter lore discussion), Creed II and more. And then a look at what's coming this winter... movies like a PG-13 rated Deadpool... Eastwood running drugs... more Transformers... J-Lo gets another movie that sounds like the secret of her success... Steve Carell in a narrative based on one of Mikey's favorite docs... a highly anticipated political comedy... M Night Shamalamala expands his universe... a remake of a Huey Lewis song movie... Liam Neeson drives a snowplow... and Blake Lively says the rhythm is gonna get ya.
Far out man, far out. It's time for the coolest movie podcast around, the hip Mikey Nipp and the baller Dave Dollar, taking on the peachy keen movies of the 1970s! And why wouldn't you want someone in this discussion who grew up in this era... enter the groovy #TwitterlessDrEarl! And then, for good measure, on the Binder & Binder hotline, its the Spawn of Ryfun, that being the proud son of TyTy Georgia, Garrison! First up, a 1970s version of Box Office Mojo, coming up with the biggest box office hits of the 1970s, those films that scored over $100,000,000 in 1970s dollars. Then, a Top Five list of the guys fave 1970s films, any movie released from January 1, 1970, to December 31, 1979, including classics like The Exorcist... Nashville... The Godfather... and Badlands... and even a few forgotten treasures like The Pink Panther or a Charlie Brown flick.. plus the best monkey movie of 1979 And lamenting the loss of FilmStruck... RIP...
Once a year, the crew from The Deucecast Movie Show roll into the Deucecast Studios for one purpose: To record more shows. But beyond that, to say Thank You to the things Mikey, Dave & #TwitterlessDrEarl appreciated the most in 2018. It a very DeuceGiving Thanksgiving. First is catching up with Dr Earl, after his world travels with Doctors Without Borders Doing Borderless Doctor Things, then a quick look ahead to the big Thanksgiving events for everyone. Mikey questions the team on cranberry sauce, Dr Earl gives his choice and Dave balks at all of it. A look ahead at the Thanksgiving movies dropping in the days ahead, while Mikey reviews the new version of The Grinch. Then... pulling out the old school game "Ryan Phillippe", including naming Tom Cruise movies, Al Pacino, Ewan McGregor and more. And then, the annual list of thanks given by the guys to the world, including thanks for Amy Adams in new stuff... John Cena doing more stuff... Tom Cruise doing live stuff... A-List giving movie stuff... Wes Anderson doing dog stuff... and much more. And even a toss back to old DeuceGiving lists! And in this Thanksgiving week, Thank you for everything!!!
It's a hostful episode of The Deucecast Movie Show, as Mikey and Dave come together for a Reflicktions time to Reflicked upon the Flicks they've seen in the last few weeks included several new releases such as Bohemian Rhapsody, First Man, and Bad Times at the El Royale. The guys dive in as usual, discussing the best in Yeti Cinema... the Spideyverse... John Wick 2 comparisons... mental illness issues... Mikey licking the Guest... young Dicaprio... Jon Hamm's acting chops... Dave completing the 90s trilogy... Hulk Hogan and what kind of tape??... the new Michael Myers... vintage Malick... AA Milne is a jerk... old school Andre Gower... making space boring... zombie solder creature things... Ted Kennedy's crimes... and the story of Sacha Baron Cohen and Freddie Mercury... A sad event in real time, breaking on the show... and the updated top five lists of the year! Movies discussed: Smallfoot... Hotel Artimus... Venom.. 211... God Knows Where I Am (doc).. Apostle... The Quick & the Dead... Game Night... Bad Night at the El Royale... Beirut... Empire Records... Kindergarten Teacher... Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press... Private Lives... Halloween... The 22nd of July... Badlands... Goodbye Christopher Robin... The Hudsucker Proxy... Slice... Monster Squad... First Man... You Were Never Really Here... The Night Comes for Us... Overlord... Chappaquiddick... Bohemian Rhapsody
Mikey and Dave take the reins in the studio, this time sans #TwitterlessDrEarl, as he's off in El Salvador Guatemala Ecuador something something to do his doctor thing. So instead the guys invite on the Binder & Binder hotline their newest Friend of the Show, super podcast host author conference coordinator cool guy Terry Weaver to discuss Coming of Age films! Terry has much to share as they dive into birthday movies, leading into a discussion about both the majesty of Iron Eagle movies and the number of Land Before Time films. Don Bluth comes up as a topic, as well as Hallmark movies and bad Christian cinema... more on the Land Before Time Films... Dave learns the difference in Mitch Gaylord and Jason Gedrick... Denzel gets derailed, leading to Rotten Tomatoes... and a quick Disney discussion on Imagineer McNair Wilson and the future of the parks. Then, diving into the actual topic, the guys talk about Coming of Age films, and their own definitions of them, including films like "Dirty Dancing" and "Jerry Maguire" and "Stand By Me" and more.