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Welcome back to Podvocacy!

This week, all of our shows are taking breaks, so we’re doing some chart flicking.

In the opening segment, Jason talks about having a marathon recording session for Paladins of Voltron. He also talks about biting his tongue, which leads to David sharing a story from his childhood. David also talks about having gone to see Logan, and gives a short spoiler free review.

The Flickchart re-ranking sees Jason and David trying to re-order their list to make it make more sense. I mean…Top Gun at #1? I don’t think so. Within, there are a couple of detours, including David’s declaration that Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is a deep Christian allegory. That sound you just heard was Jason’s mind being blown.

Also, there will be a video component of the podcast, find the link on our social media feeds soon.

Thanks for listening!

Music: Sell Out by Reel Big Fish

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  • – Not sure what that opening was
    – Coming in hot with the horns, thought I was listening to Carolla
    – I haven’t had Little Ceasar’s in YEARS!
    – “I’m a sucker for brisket, and it’s only $8.00” famous last words
    – The more and more I hear about Legion, the less likely it seems I will watch it
    – Wait a minute, Wild Bill Irwin? The Goon of WWF 1995 fame?
    – I did love the ‘bit’ where you guys didn’t know what day Legion airs
    – I saw Logan and I have no idea what thing david is talking about
    – I am following along with you guys, any notable changes/decisions will be addressed
    – The argument can be made between Goodfellas and Shawshank, but I ain’t the one to make it
    – I love Batman, I don’t care about Star Trek, BUT, I would have picked JJ’s Star Trek over Batman Begins
    – I just saw the Wizard of Oz for the first time the other day
    – hashtag Matrix bias
    – It would not be a sequel, it would be a soft reboot of Groundhog’s Day
    – Transformers currently ranked 292 on my list, which might be too high
    – David getting HOT about Grandpa Joe!
    – My starting point for re-ranking movies is the Truman Show

  • – It was from the Deadpool 2 online teaser with the Stan Lee cameo.
    – If I’m not mistaken, he uses one of my favorite Mighty Mighty Bosstones songs, “Someday I Suppose”, this was “Sell Out” by Reel Big Fish. I do love my ska, and if you watch the video, you’ll notice I’m wearing a Sami Zayn t-shirt.
    – I haven’t either. The closest one is in a town about 10 miles south of me, and I have to pass about 50 other restaurants I’d rather eat at instead.
    – He must have an iron stomach.
    – Yeah, it’s kind of a tough sell. I just had to jump in on a day when I didn’t really have anything else I wanted to watch.
    – Different guy…but I’d like to see them as a tag team.
    – For the record…I was right. It airs on Wednesday nights.
    – Already discussed via DM.
    – Thanks for keeping us honest.
    – I’m sure that there is an argument, but the person making it would have to be extremely eloquent for me to give in.
    – Interesting. Any particular reason?
    – Well, I’m glad you got that one off your list…
    – I am the face of that hashtag.
    – If Zac Efron is the lead, I’m trying to figure out who would play Andie McDowell’s role.
    – Probably.
    – On an old blog I had at one point, I had a very long, detailed post about Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, but I can’t seem to find it.
    – Currently, mine is “The American President” which is weird.

  • as for Batman Begins vs. Star Trek, it comes down to one word: FUN. Batman Begins must exiist for the Dark Knight to happen. It drags in parts, Rah’s motivation and plan are flimsy at best, Katie Holmes is poor as the love interest, BUT i this movies doesn’t lay the ground work, the next movie would be the one bogged down. JJ’s Star Trek, for someone like me who is not a Trekker or Trekkie, that movie MOVES. It pops and does not punish you for not having an encyclopedic knowledge of over the 10 movies that came before it and countless TV serieses.

  • Those are all very good points.