On this episode we try to figure out why people get upset about lip-syncing and discuss great live performers. We make fun of people getting upset about the size of Subway sandwiches, talk movies and play another round of "Tea or Weed?". Clearly, it's audio gold.
We're not on iTunes yet, we don't have a show site, but we do have a Twitter account.
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It's been a slow couple of weeks here, one of those periods where I haven't had much to say and,
when when I have, I've been too lazy to write it up. But Episode 3 of the Popdose Podcast is online
and I think it's our best yet. And despite my apology for what I said in the previous show, we're
filthier than ever, learning more about Jason's love of Yankee Candles and football than we ever
wanted to know.
Politico hears from the person who vetted Sarah Palin for the vice-presidential job.
A.B. Culvahouse, a powerful Washington lawyer and former counsel to President Reagan, told an
audience of Republican lawyers that for McCain, selecting a vice president came down to three
questions: Why do you want to be vice president?
I haven't been able to post these past few days due to trying to finish up my project.Â That
may turn out to be a good thing for my blood pressure because this blog would have been filled with
insults about Wednesday's "Tea Parties." Instead, I'm just going to post this video clip below,
because I couldn't have been the only person to watch the footage and think of this classic
I was doing some more thinking after my Gaslight Anthem-Inspired Digression post from a few days
ago, and remembered this scene from one of my favorite movies, which happened to have been inspired
by the greatest movie ever made.
I'm not comparing my writing to that of Lester Bangs or Cameron Crowe, but one thing is certain:
Philip Seymour Hoffman is the greatest actor in the world.
Like with some albums, we can frequently take certain movies for granted and don't always
acknowledge their brilliance as often as we should. But as soon as somebody references them, we're
left with no other option but to watch them and be reminded of why they're classic.
So when I saw Dan Loney's reference to The In-Laws in his MLS Western Conference Preview post, I
had to throw on the DVD.
Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau were such a great pairing. One day I'm going to have to watch
this DVD of The Fortune Cookie that I have as part of a Billy Wilder box set. But this was on last
night as I was falling asleep. Sure enough, the punchline in this scene is the same amount of words
as yesterday's post.
I don't think there have been too many romantic comedies set in alternative universes, and if
there are, there haven't been many good ones. Groundhog Day is the first one that comes to mind,
and Defending Your Life, which takes place in the afterlife of Judgment City, could also qualify.
That's probably because coming up with yet another scenario in which Kate Hudson and Matthew
McConaughey can implausibly meet, hate each other, then fall in love is tough enough without having
to redefine the very fabric of the universe.
As a guitar player who loves to hear musicians talk about their craft, you would think that I
would have seen this movie on the day of its release. But I kept meaning to see it, eventually
forgot about it, then noticed it was still in one theater here when I passed by it the other day,
and finally caught it yesterday.
I don't go to a lot of movies these days, but it was an ugly, rainy day, and I didn't feel like
sitting around the apartment doing nothing (I had done that yesterday). A few friends had
recommended it, so I decided to check it out.
Adventureland is the tale of a college graduate who takes a summer job at a Pittsburgh-area
amusement park in 1987.
I haven't written about too many comedy songs here. That's because they tend to wear out their
welcome if you listen to them too much. When I interviewed Jonathan Coulton three years ago (was it
really that long ago?), I asked him about that, and he spoke about the importance of creating
two-dimensional scenarios and using subtlety for that very reason.
To honor the brilliance of Ron Howard as the release of his newest flick approaches, it seems like a good time for a top 10 movies list. Rush is opening tonight in New York and L.A. and in wide release starting next week.
Rush is a racing movie, in case you haven't heard. So, this top 10 list provides some of the most authentic racing movies of all time.
In celebration of the theatrical release of SENNA, ESPN Films has provided us three Blu-ray sets
of their "30 for 30â€³ series to give away ($74.99 value each). You can learn more about the set at
By now you have probably heard about the film, SENNA, about the life and death of Formula One
Brazilian race car driver, Ayrton Senna.
"Boring, boring Arsenal." -- an old, semi-derisive chant mocking Arsenal's mastery of the 1-0
win.Read that quote, file it away into the recesses of your mind and by the end of this
(experimental) essay it should make a boatload more sense ... and even have a soccer point or two
tossed in for good measure, that or maybe it's 20-straight days of 90-degree heat have finally
melted every synapse in
Southend's annual Film Festival kicks off this week with a huge range of movies to watch across the
next two weeks. Eleven venues in the borough are showing the films - with more than 50 screenings
over the fortnight.
Highlights will include previews of brand new British feature films, World Cinema, two book
launches, one on British horror films of the 60s, the first ever Southend Short Film Makers awards,
a specially commissioned programme of films from Sopot in Poland, and archive reel of Southend
I don't know for some reason I expected light traffic on MLK day at the movies but film goers
were out in full force so we had front row seats, which I find obnoxious that they even exist. I
think the Regal's line is "well there are people who are willing to pay for those seats so why not
Movies and soccer. Two things that traditionally don't mix well. In documentary form, maybe. But in
scripted Hollywood form? No. For various reasons, it usually ends in either cheesy emotions,
unconvincing action, or Robert Duvall's Scottish accent in A Shot at Glory. But not always. There
are a handful of good football movies out there.
Bulgaria's greatest, Georgi Asparuhov, life tragically cut at 28. Rooney misses a sitter. (Studs
Up) The incredible new lows of Mike Ashley. (Three Match Ban) Stamford Bridge name TBA; football's
name also TBA. (Futfanatico) John Barnes: Savior of Rwanda, not Don Cheadle. (Fisted Away) Adriano:
The face of crack.