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60.5- Sailor Moon R by VIZ (Steven)

No, you're podcast feed isn't on the fritz, this actually is a revisit of a movie we already reviewed, back in Episode 42.5! And which member of FUAR would be dastardly enough to return to a franchise? Why the same man who picked from the Terminator universe 3 times, Steven Zurita! Viz Media's had the English dubbing rights to Sailor Moon for a few years now, redubbing the show in a more faithful Japanese translation than the original run in the 90s, and they just redubbed the same movie we reviewed a few summers back and released it in theatres! With so many ways to watch the same movie now, Steven decided it'd be a good opportunity to talk about the differences between the Pioneer and VIZ dubs and what it was like seeing this 24 year old movie in theatres for the first time.

 

If you haven't seen this movie in any iteration at all, I highly reccomend you check out our review of it in Episode 42.5 to get an actual review of this movie, as this episode's more of a discussion of differences between the versions and the philosophies of dub culture.

 

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58- 007 Goldeneye (Steven)

Kapow! That wasn't a punch, that was the sound of a Walther PPK shooting down your sights. That's right, we're finally diving into a true 90s classic, 007 Goldeneye! We ain't talking about the N64 game, though that's a classic in its own right. We're talking about the film behind the game. Starring Pierce Brosnan and the chick from X Men. You know what, why didn't she use her psychic powers at all this movie? Has she not discovered her mutation yet? This makes no sense.

Steven's the one being derocked, as he's only seen Quantum of Solace and Skyfall, so now he'll finally understand what was happening in all those N64 levels as a kid! Joining us this week is a connoisseur of James Bond, our pal Shea Jones! He's seen all the Bond movies and knows them forwards and backwards, so he's the perfect guide for Steven's many questions about M eye 6. That's how you spell it, right? Oh, and something about videotapes. Duh!

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56- Signs (Steven)

You know what's scarier than Halloween?  M Night Shyamalan's career!  While he may be the butt of many a cinematic joke these days, there was once a time when he was an up and coming visionary auteur.  Let's travel back to that time, in rural Pennsylvania, where pre-meltdown Mel Gibson tells everyone he's not a father anymore, even to his kids, and aliens are putting signs in his fields.  Joaquin Phoenix spends his time swinging baseball bats instead of talking to Scarlett Johansen on his phone and Michael Showalter's a punk for some reason.  The movie Signs has been accepted with both praise for its quality and criticism for its plot holes.  Where do you fall?

Joining us this week is the Pizza Boy himself, Wesley Bell, to help us tackle this layered thriller.  Much like a pizza itself, this movie may be about an alien/pepperoni invasion, but the real ingredient is faith/cheese.  With his new film The Visit turning his career around, can we take a page out of Graham Hess's book and also have faith in Shyamalan again?  Signs is definitely one of his better movies, so take off your tinfoil hats and let's dive in!

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54- Some Like it Hot (Steven)

Shave your legs and grab some pantyhose, gentlemen! This week we're reviewing the classic screwball comedy about musicians in drag, 1959's Some Like It Hot! And you don't even need to watch anyone die for this one! This review cuts a little close to home for Michael since he too has spent a 'romantic' time at the very same hotel from this movie and vowed to never speak again...for about 10 seconds. Plus, we can all talk about how Marilyn Monroe's a classic 12 out of 10.

Joining us this week is Ashley Robinson to bring her expertise in film, tv, and even Marilyn Monroe to the table. Ms. Monroe was going through a downward spiral during this film's production and the film's decades old release makes for some interesting conversations about blending comedy and gender roles. Pretty interesting for a movie waaaay back in 1959 to take on cross dressing!

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52- Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles (Steven)

In the future, a hostile AI developed by Michael Ornelas sends a machine back in time to stop Steven from bringing ANOTHER Terminator pick to the table. Unfortunately Steven destroyed it. And Michael's future son was killed in the crossfire. With that out of the way, there's nothing stopping Steven from FINALLY bringing the prophecized Terminator television show to the FUAR crew. Will Michael get so frustrated that he creates a hostile AI, trapping us in a causality time loop like the fabled John Connor? Will James screw up the intro? Will Steven pick anymore entries from the Terminator franchise? And will Ryan ever understand the 90s?

The war to answer all these questions starts now. Dundun DUN DUN DUN!

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48- Kung Pow (Steven)

A long time ago a good friend of mine told me there will be a Chosen Podcast. It will be significant. And it shall bear the mark of infinite wisdom-what in god's name is that thing? Oh, it's just Michael. Revel in the martial arts mastery as we dissect Steve Oedekerk's one of a kind passion project and oddly influential cult film Kung Pow (2002). Does this kind of humor hold up? Why is there a cow that knows Kung Fu? Was whining the signal? And guess what, there's apparently a sequel in the works!

Sit back, relax, and play this podcast like a drum. I'll get the Neosporin! Weeeeoooooewwwoooeeeopeeoo!

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44- Power Rangers: The Movie (Steven)

If you seriously thought that the cycle of all-time favorites was over, then think again, because Steven brought to the FUAR crew's attention the one that started the whole obsession: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie. Join us in celebrating the 20th anniversary of the film tie-in to one of the most popular kids' shows of the 90s, featuring the return of the Refriginator in a very special Challenge Sequel! This is what it's all about, guys. If you lived through the 1990s and haven't seen this one, you have certainly been living under a rock.

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40- Back to the Future (Steven)

No one was harmed during the making of this podcast, but if someone were, it would be called Back to the Suture.

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35- Captain Phillips (Steven)

Look at us...we are the podcast now!

We promise you won't hear us make this joke too many times as we explore another recent Oscar nominee, the Tom Hanks-starring Captain Phillips! The gang explores what it takes to make a movie based on true events before tackling a challenge in which we find out whether we truly have what it takes to stop a pirate invasion. Another one officially de-rocked!

31- Miami Connection (Steven)

Great Picture

The FUAR friends for eternity, loyalty, honesty, stick together to discuss one of the best terrible movies of all time, Miami Connection. They then open some mail, which brings on surprisingly emotional confessions from all...

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