A comet is discovered to be on a collision course with Earth. As doomsday nears, the human race prepares for the worst.
Our predictions: Will it hold up?
Things we discussed in this episode:
-“DEE PIMP ACT” – the work of 14 year old boys in 1998.
-Ryan talks about his impressive win in this week’s poll. Ashley is surprised there isn’t more gloating.
-We get on a discussion of Armageddon versus Deep Impact.
-Ashley talks about North, another Elijah Wood movie.
-This “Well Hello There” is going to be super long.
-We discuss Leo and Sarah’s child marriage.
-Ashley says IMBD instead of IMDB, but Ryan didn’t catch it.
-We head over to Tangent City and discuss the fickleness of fame and whether people will know who Josh Harnett is in 30 years.
-“Female bangs.” -Ryan
-We talk about the lack of dated references due to the lack of dialogue in this movie.
-E.L.E was really easy to find on the internet.
-That overdramatic musical score.
-We compare the people hanging out in NYC to our real and current pandemic deniers.
-We were suprised by the CGI.
-“President Bad News.” -Ashley
-“Suicide Tales” with Ruining Our Childhood
-We get political yall!
-We also get kind of deep.
-A little Daybreak anyone?
Ryan: The “Cagey”– Robert Duvall (Captain Tanner)
The “Hanxy”– Morgan Freeman ( President Beck).
Ashley: The “Cagey” – Gary Werntz (Chuck)
The “Hanxy”– Tea Leoni (Jenny Lerner)
Does it hold up?
Ashley: Also no, but on the fence really.
Facts from 1998:
- This movie was released on May 8th, 1998.
- Hit TV Shows:
- Hit Songs:
- “Too Close” by Next
- “The Boy is Mine” by Brandy & Monica
- “My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion
- Hit Movies:
- Saving Private Ryan
- There’s Something About Mary
- Where you can stream it:
- Netflix, Sling TV.
- Rent on various streaming services.
- Movie streaming info from Justwatch.com
- Facts from https://pop-culture.us
- Music Clips in episode: https://freemusicarchive.org/music/Fanas/Or_Up_We_Fall