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Hidden Figures

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It’s Easter! Are you coloring eggs? Well, in 1961 colored people weren’t allowed to NASA. That’s the subject of this week’s movie, Hidden Figures. It’s OK. Not great. Your hosts Dan & Frank talk about how Frank would have been a great racist in this movie. Beyond that, I don’t remember what else we discussed. Whatever.

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Hell or High Water

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And we’re back! It’s another week here at Ya Shoulda Seen This By Now. Hosts Dan & Frank talk Hell or High Water starring Ben Foster, Chris Pine & Jeff Bridges. It’s a good movie! But is it too good? Like, too inspired by No Country For Old Men good? I guess there are worse movies to mimic. Anywho, Dan & Frank also discuss adopting a new video release vs. theatrical release model. Chime in!

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Episode 52: Sicario

“Is Josh Brolin a midget? The dude is like a weird lump of ass, and then a neck going up from his ass.” Dan

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SUMMARY: ‘Dem Ya Shoulda Seen this By Now boys are back with an all new episode! Frank and Dan talk about Sicario, if Josh Brolin is a midget, and then have a huge fight on air about absolutely nothing at all. It’s all meaningless pain – just like the war on drugs! Hey! Politics! Anyway, check it out. I like cheetah.

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Episode 51: Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

“Let’s get back to Eastern European cinema terrorists” Dan, on a subject not related to the movie.

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SUMMARY: The b-b-b-boys are back with an all new episode of Ya Shoulda Seen this By Now! Frank and Dan talk about the super boring Me and Earl and the Dying Girl and invent a new game called “Would You Rather Watch Juno or Hit Yourself in the Balls with A Hammer?” The results will surprise you! I like hummus.

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Episode 50: Fantastic Four

“There should be a Marvel character named ‘Iron Maiden’ who wears an iron suit and a bonnet.” —Dan

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SUMMARY: The boys are back with a whole new episode of Ya Shoulda Seen this By Now! Frank and Dan talk about all your burning questions regarding Fantastic Four. Was this supposed to be a Marvel movie? A Christopher Nolan movie? What the hell happened in the last half hour? Why did all the characters end up in some kind of gym out of an episode of The Jetsons? All this and much much ‘mo on this episode! I like cake.

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Episode 20: The Jinx

“[Robert Durst] has the eyes of a dead cod.”-Dan

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Frank and Dan talk about The Jinx. Then Dan reveals that he hates the podcast Serial and finds it to be extremely problematic. The two don’t see eye to eye. Speaking of eyes, Robert Durst has the dead eyes of a cod. Anyway, nothing is resolved in this episode and we all die alone.

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Episode 18: House of Cards (Season 3)

Frank: “…there are so many things at play where Frank and Freddy can’t be friends. Like the social and political climate makes it so that a white guy and a black guy can’t actually be friends. You know what I mean?”

Dan: “Kind of. Frank Underwood is also a murderous sociopath.”

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Summary:

Frank and Dan talk about Netflix’s House of Cards. Dan thinks that House of Cards is tone deaf in regard to it’s dealings with race relations. I like pie.

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Episode 17: Fifty Shades of Grey

“The characters are so unaware of their own irony.” — Dan

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Frank and Dan talk about Fifty Shades of Grey. A story about a gay clown is shared. I like bathrobes.

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Episode 15: St. Vincent

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St. Vincent is an above-average, serviceable movie, but not much else. It has a mediocre script with exemplary performances. Maybe not exemplary but they’re solid and, at points, inspired. I enjoyed it more than Dan. I even got a little emotional by the end of the film, because I’m a sucker for movies that pull at heartstrings. Beyond that, there’s not much else to discuss here. You’ll notice we had a similar problem in the podcast. What do you say about a movie that’s just OK?  I’m not here to write a review, but St. Vincent doesn’t inspire me to write about anything else either. Yet, here we are… I have a podcast to post and a good 250-500 words that need to go with it. Continue reading

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Episode 12: Selma

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Dan felt Selma was alright. I think Selma is garbage. One thing we can agree on is that Selma was disappointing. We’ve been due for a movie about MLK for a while, it’s a shame we got Selma, which is borderline laughable in many-a-scene and honestly insulting to the bravery of those people fifty years ago who stood up for their rights as human beings. It’s a pandering movie that belongs somewhere between the Lifetime cable network and a direct-to-video release. I truly think it’s that bad. Dan disagrees, but you can hear all that in the podcast. Continue reading

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