Dalton isn’t just a bouncer. He’s a cooler. He’s the one you call when the bar patrons are getting a little out of control and someone just needs to help them “cool down.” He’s not afraid to throw a punch now and then, though… and that’ll come in handy when he’s hired to help clean up the Double Deuce — a rough honky tonk bar in the town of Jasper, Missouri. He’ll get more than he bargained for when he realizes that the town is being run by a corrupt businessman who doesn’t like out-of-towners messing with his “business.”
Ray Tango is Armani with a badge. Gabe Cash is a little rough around the edges. When the two cops from separate jurisdictions have disrupted too much of a wealthy crime boss’s business, the east side will meet the west side of L.A. when they’re framed and sent to prison. Will they be able to get out alive, clear their names and take down the crooks? Do we really care as long as there’s enough shootouts and explosions? It’s Tango & Cash.
**We try to be a family-friendly podcast, but the subject matter of this movie is not appropriate for children, so you may want to skip listening to this one in the car with family.**
This movie is about Bob. Bob’s a junkie. Bob’s wife is a junkie. Bob’s friends are junkies. And you can’t talk a junkie out of using… but there’s also nothing more life-affirming that getting the crap kicked out of you. Drugstore Cowboy is based on the real-life struggles of the writer, James Fogle.
**We try to be a family-friendly podcast, but the subject matter of this movie is not appropriate for children, so you may want to skip listening to this one in the car with family. We don’t get vulgar or anything, but the movie’s called “Sex, Lies, and Videotape…” so… y’know.**
We learned that when it comes to movies like sex, lies, and videotape… Pat doesn’t get angry… that’s the thing. He’s ALWAYS angry. So if you enjoy artsy movies about mostly-irredeemable characters who cheat on each other, this one’s for you. Or if you like houseplants. They feature prominently.