Episode #261: “Goodbye, Charlie” | All Dogs Go To Heaven (1989)

Whether you’ve owned a dog or not, you can’t really argue with the title of this one. But does the sentiment match up with the movie itself? Does the Don Bluth magic from Secret of NIMH, Land Before Time, and An American Tail hold up? Join John, Bo, and Pat as we journey to heaven, hell, and New Orleans in the children’s classic All Dogs Go To Heaven starring Burt Reynolds, Dom DeLuise, and Judith Barsi.

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Episode #260: “A Ghost prequel… But with planes and no pottery” | Always (1989)

Always came out before Ghost, but so many people have never heard of it much less seen it. But see it you should… in some ways it has more heart than the more popular movie that came out a year later.

Just ignore the fact that I might have accidentally said that Ted Danson was in Ghost somewhere in this episode. It’s still Patrick Swayze. I blame too much work and sleep deprivation.

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Episode #259: “Two and a half men” | Weekend At Bernie’s (1989)

What’s your ideal weekend? If it’s dragging a dead guy’s corpse around and pretending he’s still alive because you think if you just call the cops things will get even worse… you probably starred in the movie Weekend At Bernie’s.

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Episode #258: “Your journey nears its end” | The Rise of Skywalker D23 Trailer

We couldn’t get the band together for an 80s movie discussion this week, but we all know if a Star Wars trailer comes out and John doesn’t have a chance to talk about it, he explodes like a womprat being bulls-eyed by a moisture farmer in his T-16 back home. (And they’re not much bigger than 2 meters.) Anyway… here’s John’s take on the D23 sneak peak we got and what it means for the upcoming final installment of the Skywalker saga. Needless to say… SPOILERS and speculation abound.

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