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Episode 90- WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT

Episode 90- WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT

In honour of Easter, and that holiday’s fascination with rabbits, we’ve decided to devote our 90th episode to Robert Zemekis’ groundbreaking 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. It was awesome when we were kids, but does it hold up now? Why does this movie make Doc Brown terrifying? Who pauses laserdiscs to look for cartoon vaginas? Is this the only film to unite the worlds of cartoon characters that doesn’t involve smoking crack?

To hear us answer these questions and more download the link below, or better yet, subscribe on iTunes! And be sure to follow us on Twitter!

Episode 90- WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT

WARNING: the podcast contains strong language and immature subject matter, please be advised.

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Episode 21- Super Mario Bros.

You loved the game, surely you’ll love the movie, right? Well, for 10-year-old me back in 1993, the answer was simply “Hell no!” Super Mario Bros. diverges wildly from the video game (it looks like an elementary school production of Blade Runner) which is what seemed to anger audiences when it was released. But were we too harsh on the flick? After all, it stars screen legend Dennis Hopper, and was directed by the team that gave us Max Headroom, that was a good show, wasn’t it? We decided to re-watch Super Mario Bros. to see how one of the biggest disappointments of our collective childhoods (except for Blain, he loved it when he was a kid for some reason) plays almost 20 years after its release. At the very least it’s somewhat notable as the only video game film to predict 9/11.

Download the link below or head over to iTunes, and be sure to send any film or TV show suggestions to rewatchability@gmail.com or on Twitter @rewatchability

Episode 21- Super Mario Bros.

Here’s a link to the website I mention in the Podcast, a site dedicated to this film- The Super Mario Bros. Movie Archive

WARNING: the podcast contains strong language and immature subject matter, please be advised.

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