Mike and Anthony's Soda Pop Culture Club: Celebrating movies of the 80's, 90's and beyond

Look Who's Talking

September 06, 2021 Mike and Anthony
Mike and Anthony's Soda Pop Culture Club: Celebrating movies of the 80's, 90's and beyond
Look Who's Talking
Show Notes Transcript

Kirstie Alley, John Travolta, Bruce Willis, and an army of sperm. Does that make a movie? Well, Amy Heckerling sure thinks so! Join Mike and Anthony as they discuss the surprise hit that is "Look Who's Talking." They dish on many things in this episode, including some things that don't hold up well today. Judge for yourself.

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Michael:

daydreaming about what your life could be.

Anthony:

I just assumed all women think of something else during sex.

Michael:

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Anthony:

too much fruit.

Michael:

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Anthony:

Anybody wants to also throw in some words of encouragement to me to continue doing the show with that one. I will throw in a fanny pack.

Michael:

And you know what guys? I know I tell you the website but if you email Anthony at Soda Pop Culture Club calm for his things. He would love that. Yeah. Yeah. But otherwise, you can send everything to Mike and Anthony at Soda Pop Culture Club calm if you just want to email us. We'll take that to put that in there. And we'll make that happen for you. So today what is it? We're doing? What

Anthony:

are what's the fun things that we're making happen? Today we are doing the 1989 romantic comedy involving sex relationships, artificial insemination, hoaxes, and fetuses with inner monologue. So this is Look who's talking.

Michael:

Oh my gosh, this one is this is a there's a lot of a lot wrong with the world in this movie. It's out there we will we'll definitely take a look at that. It's definitely an interesting movie. Do you want to get into right away to your where you try to be a soothsayer and get some shit? Okay, let's do it. All right, let me make sure I hit there it is okay. I gotta make sure I have all the shit up here. You know the shit. Cuz uh, here we go. All right. Oh, I forgot. A little late on the squishy squish. But guess that budget man. What do you think it is on this one? Damn, let's see what you got. 1989 89

Anthony:

so we got some got john travolta. We've got some star power. We have Bruce Willis. Voice hasn't always been 89 I mean, we're not talking special effects or anything like that. So it's not gonna be a huge budget. I'm gonna say 22 million.

Michael:

All right. All right. Um, that is way high. Is it? Um, yeah, the actual is 7.5 million. Wow. That's not much at all. When you think about it, no, not at all. Now, here's the one that would be interesting. What do you think of me in the box office?

Anthony:

Okay, so I'm just gonna say, I remember as a kid when I saw this movie, it was a big deal. I do you remember that? It was advertised all over. I'm sure it did well on rentals. I know we rented it. Plenty or owned it, I don't even remember. Um, so I had john travolta so I think that definitely helped carry it. I'm gonna guess it did well. I will say 83,000,083.

Michael:

Yeah. You are way below the mark. Really? Shit. Yeah, we're talking. I'm sorry. I'm gonna I'm doing some math here. This might be a while. All right. The Well, yeah, it is. So it did 297 million. Whoa. So to give you an idea, like it would be just over twice that now money. So that'd be like, almost a $700 million movie, though. Look at that. Oh, that's crazy. That'd be almost a $600 million movie. Well, it's the inflation. It's like 220.

Anthony:

I'm just saying. Twice. avoided. I said, like, twice. I said, like, like, right.

Michael:

You suck at math. Like meaning it's I was in the ballpark. I wasn't trying to give you the exact figure. So it is a lot of money. That's all I know. Yeah. Shit. Think of it this way. Even if, let's say twice. Let's say it's 600 million with the 15 million budget. That's a home run. It's like Blair Witch. Do you know who directed this? Amy Heckerling? Yes, that's right. And who did our last movie which are two three weeks ago? clueless. clueless, clueless. Yeah, so and then we did another Amy Heckerling movie. What was the other Amy Heckerling? We done a few I thought, well, who knows?

Anthony:

Well, we've got one. Yeah. That's why I love this one because it's got Miss Geist in it.

Michael:

Yeah, that's true. It's like she recycles people. You're right. She does. She recycles them. Um, so now that you know how much is made. What do you think the critics thought of this movie?

Anthony:

That's a tough one. There's some fucked up shit in this movie. Um, I? Let's see. I really have no idea. I don't I guess not super high though. Just guess I'm 67

Michael:

you are wrong. Okay. 56% Oh, wow. I love him hate him. relationship. Almost. What do you think the audience thought?

Anthony:

I'm gonna. If it did that much in the box office. I'm gonna assume it was good. Let's say 82.

Michael:

You are way off because here's the thing. History doesn't look kindly on movies. That's true. You're 47% now though, it's earned its rating over time, I guess. But here's a great one for you. I've got a positive review by none other than your favorite reviewer Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun Times. He says this fairly unlikely idea for a movie turns into a warm and lovable comedy. Although I still don't think it needed the voiceovers from the baby. So he wants to cut Bruce Willis out of the movie and make that movie. Your negative review is by Ken Hankey of mountain Express. He says better than its sequels. That's not saying much. That's so true. Have you seen the sequels? It is true. Yes. Ah, this is not a franchise Friday. We are

Anthony:

no we're not gonna keep going with this one. But we are right now in the middle of part two. Watch it up. Because I want to need to watch this. rewatch it before we did the show. So the other day I was like, you know, because we do our family movie night. So we pick out a movie usually takes like, two three days to watch. You know, by the time we sit down to watch with everybody. So I suggested this. We watched it but now we're stuck watching the fucking second one. We'll probably have to watch the third one because my six year old fucking loves it. He was so wrong glued to this movie. And after I started watching it, it was great except we start watching it I you know, it's been so long since I'd seen I was like, Oh, I wonder if I should have picked this. Yeah, it's really fit but I mean, he loved it. He just loved seeing the baby talk. For months it doesn't really fun. So the best part I gotta say though, is so in the beginning of the movie. Yeah, when Mikey is born, and they've got the Babies, you know, yeah, they have different stuff in like, in the baby area with all the cribs and stuff. He's like, Wow, those are some fancy beds I was in when I was born.

Michael:

They they see it the way they see it. Oh, yeah. Give us an absence of this one. Give us an opposite of this. All right,

Anthony:

so Molly is an accountant in New York. And she is basically having an affair with one of her clients who is also married to weird lady herself who has tarot cards read for her kids and shit like that. He keeps telling her he's gonna leave her and he's gonna burst if she doesn't kiss him soon. And that leads to some sex which leads to her getting pregnant. And then, yep, the dad's an asshole. It's going through a selfish phase. Now she catches him banging somebody else in the meanwhile, we have john travolta driving a cab takes her to the hospital ends up being there during the birth crazy stuff so then he they kind of be friends her oddly, and just keep showing up. And then they he wants to be with her but she doesn't want to be with him because she needs to find the right dad for Mikey who can fucking talk in his head. Which is creepy but funny. And there we go. Yes.

Michael:

It's It's creepy and funny all at the same time. So yeah, pretty much that's what it's about. Are you ready to do this? You want me to read first, are you I'll let you go. Alright, Molly is an accountant living in New York City who has an affair with Albert, a womanizing executive who is married, and she becomes pregnant. during her pregnancy Molly and Albert keep their indiscretion secret under the idsc was artificially inseminated, and the Albert plans to leave his wife Beth and their two children named Astrid and Priscilla to be with her. The baby while growing inside Molly begins to make a voice over commentary and demands. While out shopping Molly and her friend Rona. I find that it's crazy now we have Coronavirus to see as the name room she's grown I catch Albert fooling around with his interior decorator Melissa and hidden he admits he is planning on living with her after his divorce is finalized. After having previously told Molly that he wasn't. He was nothing. He has nothing going on with Melissa and that the place he moved into would be for Molly and their baby. So there we go. That's it. First question. Why is a hot Kirstie Alley with this ugly dude

Anthony:

don't even ask because I have no idea.

Michael:

He is such a dummy in this man must have money. I mean, does that money but Is that it? I mean, is that the two dudes with money? Do they just does it how it works?

Anthony:

I mean, he's got like a $10,000 table. She slams a dirty diaper on it. That's just his office.

Michael:

Yeah. Oh, this movie is so fun. So so like you said they they get hot and heavy. And he can't help himself with the I guess. Gotta have sex. And then this is this is where the weird moot moments come in the sperm race. Yeah, when you see the how many and here's the thing we hear Bruce Willis. Okay, come on, guys. Come on. How many of those other little voices were unique little voices we never get to hear. Ever because you know, and never will. It just never will. Because they're just gone. They're gone. We'll never hear their voices, man. Ah, yeah, this is I think this is like one of the weirdest trippiest things like the whole scenes in the womb like yeah,

Anthony:

it seems very weird, does it you know, and then if you actually think about it, now it's like, like me and you. We made it Yeah. We made it.

Michael:

Yeah, I've everybody else we made it in. We won the race. What kind of worthless piece of shit other racers were there.

Anthony:

All day right now I'm not a very fast swimmer. So I'm

Michael:

I'm a good swimmer. But I can just tell you that Amy Heckerling was high when she made the I mean doesn't seem like they're very like they got those collars. I mean, I understand it. I don't know. Maybe that's what it looks like inside but the light shining through I guess. I would love to know. I wouldn't. I'm good. Ah. Oh, man. And she like totally stocks. Albert, and he's just so ugly. I don't get it. Why? I don't know. I just don't understand. The other thing I noticed that she had this I asked my wife about it. What is that she's doing? It was an eye like an eyedropper looking pregnancy test. Because that was all where they had to pee strips.

Anthony:

No, my wife to the same thing. She was like, Oh my gosh, look at that.

Michael:

That was pre PT strip like pregnancy test. Yeah, that was old school. Yeah. And I don't know why she lies about how she got pregnant because in the end that doesn't help her if she needs support or anything from him. You know, be open about it upfront say, yeah, that dude got me pregnant. Of course she could lose her job. I don't know maybe how she was that one.

Anthony:

Partly that but she just doesn't want to tell her family that I was having an affair with a married man. That's why

Michael:

Yeah. Well, so what I mean, she happens. Who's this asshole? Tizen discretion. Not yours. You weren't married?

Anthony:

She was part of the fucking equation.

Michael:

Yeah, but she's not the part that's fucking around on their spouse. She is the she's the one that isn't doing something bad.

Anthony:

The guy is doing so he wants to she knew he was married with kids. So she wants to. Okay. Wow. Yeah.

Michael:

I'll say this. I like, I like the montage of the baby. of her getting bigger in the baby. And all that those are. Those are fun montages that we get. I like when Bruce Willis is in the womb. They're like, Oh, there's a little arm coming in down there. How am I gonna get that my mouth? You'll be thinking he'll be thinking about that for the rest of his fucking life. He's been with that existence. But I mean, how big was it? They thought it was a fucking arm. I mean, more power to you. But Funny thing is like later on. She's like, she's complaining about She looks like a big fat pilgrim. She picked the fucking outfit. Like, you know, like, come on, man. Yeah, you look like a fat pilgrim. Well, I think yourself like that.

Anthony:

I think the idea with that is she's gonna feel like that about anything she wears at that point.

Michael:

Yeah, but you know, fuckable What's his name? For Albert for shaming her for her pregnancy? We used to ship Alberta dick. Yeah, she makes it easy to just say go fuck off. I'm going through a selfish phase. Yeah, what the fuck is that? That's cool. I know and watch us like, fuck.

Unknown:

Like, then it's a convenient excuse. Like, you're just wondering. And

Anthony:

again, it goes back to what the hell was she doing with him in the first place?

Michael:

Yeah, dude. Yeah. And I will as I always say a selfish face is a convenient excuse to do whatever you want and get away with it. That's that's really what it is. Yeah. Alright, so it's up to you to read the next clue. That's not a clue actually. Good. No clue less.

Anthony:

Alright, so Molly leaves upset the heartbreak and stress causing her to go into labor. She gets in first. She gets blown off on the one dickhead that won't let her have the cab because he was there first, but then she gets in a cab where the driver played by James. What is his last name?

Michael:

Uber Jaco.

Anthony:

Uber Jaco. john travolta. Yeah. recklessly speeds like Fast and Furious on steroids through downtown traffic and get her to the hospital on time. She thinks he gave her baby brain damage during the ride. Say is inadvertently a witness to her son Mikey's birth because they just throw some scrubs on him. Push him in there. They make him wash his hands. Mike, he then begins to make commentary on his life and interacts with things through an inner voice which can also communicate with other babies. So he is the baby whisperer.

Michael:

That is weird how other babies can talk to each other in this movie.

Anthony:

Well, yeah. That's the basis of the movie.

Michael:

You know, this movie was probably the most successful movie john travolta had done in a while and this is like a few years before Pulp Fiction. Yeah, like he was in a downturn like a serious downturn in his career. Even after this he wasn't really up on an upturn uptick. This was like the one loan success before Pulp Fiction came out. So he was not doing so well in his career. So this was good for him. This this movie. I mean, if if you call this movie called good money, yeah. Yeah. Now, I will say this, he does mean Well, he seems like he's actually attentive and a nice guy. And he really wants to help but he just doesn't pay attention. What the fuck he's doing when he's driving. That's what it is.

Anthony:

Oh, he knows the streets like the back of his hand, though. Remember?

Michael:

He? Yeah. Yeah, like the back of his hand. He does. But he does say a few questionable things. Like when he asked her Are you lesbo alright now. Did you cringe a little when you heard that?

Anthony:

That was already referenced earlier by her mom. Like people get artificial.

Michael:

True. Oh, yeah. But he but the way he said it was just so crass seemed. Yeah, she's her mother seemed a little more tactful with the way she said.

Anthony:

I don't think she I don't think so. I don't think she Is tactful.

Michael:

Yeah.

Anthony:

She's just like, What the hell are you doing? Only people get artificially inseminated, or what? What did she say lesbians and who? I can't remember?

Michael:

Oh, I don't remember. You should know. You know, the guy who knows now, I forget that. I'm not the guy. I'm not the guy to answer that question for you. You know, that's not me. But I like how they kind of get roped him into watching, like, How the hell did they bring him and he's not even the father. I guess they made that assumption. But what don't you think? Uh, I think any woman I know would not want anybody that makes them feel uncomfortable in the room. I mean, that, you know, like, I think she is out

Anthony:

here. Hold on, first of all, they did. He was just saying, but I'm not the father. I only think they were listening because it was like a nurse or an orderly that said, Go ahead, get in there. Because it was such a rush for everybody. And now for her. He comes in with a mask on she doesn't I think she she's got the drugs at that point. So I don't think she even knows who knows

Michael:

what else she did. She said give me drugs. Give me drugs while he was in there. Yeah. So baby, the baby looks fucking high in the womb. It was fucking

Anthony:

dead set. Yeah, he's like, No, you don't want drugs? I don't know. She knew that was him. Because he had the mask on the surgical mask. So.

Michael:

And I like that. What's that little light down there? Again, and it's like a like I call it a Willy Wonka birth sequence. It's sort of like the commentary The thing with the baby in the commentary. It's okay. But I think it gets all quick. I think Roger Ebert was right, a little bit on that. Like could have dialed it back a little maybe.

Anthony:

You know, it's like, it was funny, watching it years ago. As a kid. Yeah. Kind of like well rewatching it? Yeah, it's not not quite the same.

Michael:

I think this movie made me not want to have kids back then. For some reason. I actually. I mean, I think that's really what it was like, Oh, they talk like that. We'll talk.

Anthony:

They know too much.

Michael:

Alright, are we ready? Is it it's my turn right. Your turn? Yeah. All right. hoping to get her life back on track, Molly becomes a dedicated single mother, refusing to be superficial about hopeful fathers but rejecting several men over small quirks. She meets James again at her apartment building and discovers he used her mailing address to set up residency in order to get his grandfather Vincent into a nice care home. She agrees to continue the ruse when he agrees to babysit Mikey, who really likes James since they first met, which almost comes to a halt when he takes the baby out to the airport where he is a part time commercial pilot while she is taking a nap, leading her to believe he had kidnapped Mikey so all right. Yeah, this is an interesting. I like James is really hilarious In my opinion, like, you know, like he mentioned her figure like, hey, it looks like he got your finger back. Yeah. Or Dolly Parton? She's like Dolly Parton? Yeah, it's really. I mean, he's trying to be charming. You know, obviously, he's trying to be charming. I don't think so. I don't think he's trying to be charming. That's not charming. You don't

Anthony:

think that's charming? You've got a problem?

Michael:

I don't know. I find it charming. Yeah, I mean, in his own way. I mean, everybody's charming in their own way. When john travolta says it. It sounds charming when I say it probably sounds creepy. It does. Hey, it looks like he got

Anthony:

the cab driver says it sounds charming. Yeah, so now the cab ride though. He puts him in the fucking front seat. Yeah. facing forward and

Michael:

I can tell you why that was allowed. If you want to know. Do you know why? Why? There were no airbags then. And that was when you could put a baby in the front seat. reason you can't is because the airbags? I thought of that and I was like, Oh, wait, yeah, you could do that. That makes

Anthony:

sense. Now, I forgot about that. That's

Michael:

why you're allowed. So if you don't have an airbag, you can do that shit. Where to but now it's safer to put them in the backseat anyways, just insulates them one more layer between the front, you know, why shouldn't he still be facing? I think he should have I don't know the rules on that. The rules on that could be state by state. You know, those things do change state by state, actually. So who knows? Maybe in that state, you'll need to have your hand really strongly over them to hold them down the seat like when I was a kid.

Anthony:

So in some states, they care less about a baby safety than others is what you're saying?

Michael:

Yes, okay. Definitely. You don't want to get me on that one. Oh, my God. He says the baby looks stoned. Can you just tell? Just tell me he's like he spent nine months trying to get out and the rest of your life trying to get back and that was kind of a creepy lie a little bit. Oh man. Yeah. I thought there was some good use of music. I had the Cry Cry Baby by Janis Joplin when he learns to that if he cries, he can get what he wants the baby. So he starts crying.

Anthony:

Yeah, but it's funny when he did that, because he said, Yeah, something cold and wet in his diaper. And she never changed him. She's Brahma bottle. And he's like, oh, if I cry, I get a ball. Yeah. But you never got your diaper changed.

Michael:

And also, like when she was when they were on the corner scene, and she was getting in a cab. You could see Starbucks in the background. Yep. I did not realize how early that place was seeping into our fucking consciousness. You know? Like it's here today. It was there and I didn't even see but here's the thing and 99 if you just said what Starbucks I said, What the fuck are you talking about? Right seen in this fucking movie?

Anthony:

even know. It's this magical place in New York. back then. And now? Yeah, everywhere.

Michael:

Well, Seattle's where it started though.

Anthony:

But in the movie was in New York. I'm saying. Just this magical place actually

Michael:

was filmed in Vancouver. It's supposed to be in New York, though. It's the movies by now that I'm fucking with. Yeah, fuck you. I'm telling you. I just know that it wasn't filmed there. But it was filmed like Vancouver but but they made it look like New York. I don't know how Mikey was a shitty crying baby. I don't know. I mean, I love babies. But the ones that cry too much. I'm not down with that.

Anthony:

They cry when they need something.

Michael:

fuckhead they don't need anything until I tell them they need it.

Anthony:

You're an app.

Michael:

Hey, my my kids perfectly fine. And that's how I was. Yes. Ignore her. No. Yeah. attended to her needs that needed attending. Okay, you're playing video games, so she's self soothe as she loved playing video. She'd crawl over me while I was playing video games. I tell you what I do hate and something I've never used with children is baby talk. I never do baby talk with babies ever. I talked to them like they're a human being so that way they'll communicate someday with me the same way I don't want to hear Giga dupit stupid that to me, baby. I hate that shit. That just. Oh, that's never I'll never baby talk to your baby. I promise. Nothing. You'll have any but anybody else's baby fix. Your baby is six. I know mine's big now too, but he is six if I ever have grandbabies, and he has higher level

Anthony:

conversations with me than you do. So. You don't need to talk baby talk to him. Yeah. Now Actually, I was thing I should have had him on this episode. He could give some insight to this movie.

Michael:

That would be weird. Could he be this is an explicit podcast I don't know if we

Anthony:

that's when we would have had to tone it down.

Michael:

Yeah, cuz he wouldn't want to be on here with Uncle Mike saying all those bad words. Exactly. Or, or what he you know. I like but I do like is when she starts dating. Cute is not one of the things that's high on her list. I guess that's why she was with Albert. Because it's not her list. No. Because cute dates. Get you a cab driver. Yeah, but she's dating some horrible people though when she goes on those dates like the guy who like you better check your silverware because I found this thing and then the other guy couldn't quit talking about whatever the bullshit he was talking about just just annoying shit colonoscopy all them Yeah, well no, that was the the other guy one that accountant the other guy. Yeah. But he but he does that whole male thing how I don't understand how this works. How do you use someone else's address in order to get somebody into some Is that a thing is that apparently um i mean he's running this scam it seems it's a scam and trying to get mail from her box. And I like how she's like Why didn't you just ask like like they barely know each other like what what is supposed to go up to her and go um, you know, I want to run a scam using your address. Are you cool with this? Like it's what you said yes. I don't know. Probably not. It's as as the philosopher once said, it's better to ask for forgiveness than for permission right? Exactly. Yeah, cuz it because he got what he wanted eventually right? And he all he had to do is give up Friday nights into aerobics classes. That's it man. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy. But I think I don't know I think Kirstie Alley and john travolta had good chemistry in this movie, what do you think? Oh, I do. Yeah. Yeah. Cuz you know it sometimes you get the two leads and you're like and yeah, funny, but it's not but they kind of had a thing and it look realistic. And I have a note in here about I just gonna say you were talking about the one of the baby was in the front seat. I actually have a note down here a little further. We'd say God. Yep, I do. She said it was legal. It was legal. Oh, and it's never too early to make a sexist joke about tits with the baby. Apparently. That's what I learned at lunch. Yeah, what was your lunch? Yeah. Let's be thinking the same thing. I am. Yeah, lunch. That's so fucking hilarious. And I think I would panic it would you panic if your baby wasn't there when you woke up from your nap? Yeah. Would you assume the guy who was watching them when you went to sleep had them? Like if like if I was there watching your baby and you went to sleep, and then you will die.

Anthony:

If you were watching him. I am calling the fucking National Guard. And I and I will pass that at this point. And like, Oh my God, my child is in fucking danger.

Michael:

You would shoot me a text.

Anthony:

My child could be drunk and high right now.

Michael:

He is with it. 89 it was a little more severe. today. You can least shoot me a text right? Like you could be like, Hey, man, where are you at? You know, you can do that. You don't have to jump.

Anthony:

Not what the text would say.

Michael:

Hey, man, what's going on? Are you do you have Do you have my child with you? And I'd be like, yes, my tax would be ice cream.

Anthony:

There's a warrant out for your arrest right?

Michael:

Right. Yeah, I don't I don't know. I don't know a few of you doing that now. I do like when we get

Anthony:

I know if you were gone with him for 20 minutes. I know. He's like two pints deep into Ben and Jerry's already. Like the kids gonna be puking.

Michael:

Yeah, well, maybe your kid puke but uh um cool so ankles are supposed to do is get them full of shit. Exactly. drop them off and then drop I love I love when the when they dropped the grandpa off at the house in Mikey's grabbing his eyebrows. I think that's funny.

Anthony:

Oh, it was so funny. Me and our other son are watching this not the six year old. The older one. I don't wanna say people's names on here because safety reasons. Yeah, we will find out this. Our kids are related to us. They're gonna be like, oh, dad. We barn like, looks like an older Doc Brown. The grandpa?

Michael:

Oh, yeah. A much older. Yeah, that's a Vigoda was Doc Brown ready for the retirement home? Yeah, definitely eat well Doc Brown. Who knows? I don't know how the time machine works. does it keep you from aging? Or do you have persistent aging?

Unknown:

Yeah, you still age okay. Hmm

Michael:

I do like I do you like it when the she gets the splinter? Yeah. And mother's coming up. Or Yes, her mom is awesome

Anthony:

I can't do this. It hurts It does. Yeah. How do you know it's stuck in me? I've never had one that big me before.

Michael:

You know all those words that you can't remember the one that one thing one thing and then we get a montage a passage of time you know where see the baby growing and things like that. As always a good way to move time along in a movie is a good montage. I enjoy them. Definitely good times. Are you ready for the next section? Yes,

Anthony:

so a year passes. James realizes his feelings for Molly which causes him to start sabotaging one of her dates. at the playground Mikey is told by his friends what daddies are and he realizes he wants James to be his daddy. He soon realizes the bond he and Mikey share and decides to give him a chance or she soon does. After a visit to James grandfather. At his new home. James takes her for flying lessons. And she puts her hand on his stick and she realizes she's falling for him. But when they become intimate she imagines their life together. Which is not pretty and resists. Tells Molly that he loves her but she says she only wants what's best for Mikey that rushing into things is how she got in trouble and kicks him out. Cock blocking one. Oh,

Michael:

I would agree man. That's not cool at all. That is cock blocking one on one. I like how Mikey already has an adding machine and yeah into the family business. Yeah, I really love that. I just think that and I think her date that shows up well with the toupee.

Unknown:

Yes

Michael:

is a shithead

Anthony:

you didn't mess

Michael:

with Mikey's fucking TV you don't mess up. You're about to leave. You don't need to see that. score the game.

Anthony:

Don't turn off.

Michael:

Have some self control. You know for a couple minutes that just shows what kind of person you are if you're willing to step into someone's house and just start cheating. In a fucking TV, you're a dick and not giving a shit. Your dick that right here show

Anthony:

the snuggle bunny commercial.

Michael:

Bear so doctor level bear yeah. Oh yeah. And it James totally sabotaged her date though. I love that. I like how he does that tells him that you know all this stuff. And he goes out and he fucking fucks it up, man he he doesn't pay for like, I love how when they go to the theater, he just stands out there like waiting. And she has to come back. Here's your ticket. to please. Yeah. And the end of the day. You know, when she will give him a kiss because she's all tapped out. Yeah, that's a good thing. I'm broke. Do you think walking on sunshine is like the most overused song from this time period? Like in movies? Like it seemed like I heard it everywhere. Yeah. My success. Lots of this. I know. I I've seen it in like four or five movies learned that for sure. That's why it does. It does. It definitely worked. But it's very overused. I think it's a little contrived that they use the song stayin alive in this movie. What do you think, knowing who they had in the movie? Well, that's just final bout. Me too much. Say yeah, I know. Tell you what, though. One of the things that annoys me probably like Roger Ebert is babies have some secret language. When did they lose it? So like At what age is it like I'm no longer speaking unspoken speaking whatever the fuck it is while I'm doing that mouth shim. Now I'm actually a words talking like a four year old. Yeah. When do you start lose that and how and when do you lose that consciousness and start being an idiot? So that you can't be as eloquent as you were when you weren't speaking? That's what I'm

Anthony:

considering that this is not real. I don't know. You know what? You talked about staying alive? You have an awesome then if when he gets into what are at the end, they play greased lightning. That's

Michael:

all our our or we go together. Let's round it out there at the end. Yeah. And the Chipmunks singing it. Yeah. Fucking. Why was she doing a seductive dance for the kid?

Anthony:

I don't know. She's weird.

Michael:

Yeah. Oh, man. That's looking mommy. I thought that was funny. Yeah, no, look at Mommy, mommy. Whoa, you know, she starts dancing. But I remember that. That's probably one of the things I remember the most from this movie. I don't doubt it. I was 15. So make sense. Yeah, right. Oh, boy. Oh, man. I like I like how Mike is feeding grandpa. That's a pretty good stuff. Yeah. I think that's fun stuff. I like that. I like like you said the sexual movies put it on my stick. The sexual jokes in the movies like they have they have some of them in here. They're not bad. But But what's really weird is that when she decides that she's going to her and James are going to get it on, right? She's daydreaming during sex. What's the fuck? I mean? Who does that who starts daydreaming about what your life could be?

Anthony:

I just assumed all women think of something else during sex.

Michael:

You assume arable to get good, right? Oh, yeah, I guess Oh, man. I'm sorry. I always assumed that was the case. You know? Oh, yeah. I would agree. I would agree. Yeah, they have to be there to be thinking of something else because you know, let's put this way you know, some days you bring the major league some days your minor league player, you know, I mean, some days you're a bad bear. Yes. You're just some days you're softball league let's put it that way. Are you ready? Do you want me to read the next one? Yes, for the love of god please. Back at work Molly is forced by her boss to continue to work with Albert who insists upon seeing Mikey and she agrees but when Albert visits he meets James and the to get into an argument. The Secret upsetting James Did I say that right. And are you in the secret the secret upsetting Oh, the secret finding out that Yeah, Albert Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. That was like what the fuck am I reading this right he asked Molly if she loves Albert, and she claimed she does not know when he suggests the idea of being the closet thing close to a father Mikey or close. Yeah. Fucker can't even read his own notes. You know I i love Anthony for how he corrects me thank two closest thing to father Mikey has Molly tells him that he is like a big kid and is not responsible enough to be a father James collars, calls her out for using Mikey to push men away, including himself and storms out. Yeah, I live here. I know that. My shitty words withstanding Albert doesn't even know his fucking kid's name. I mean, he's trying to come visit him, Mickey. I mean, I get James Yeah, Mickey. James, I get why he's the way he is. He gets hit in the head for it, too. That sucks. Sucks.

Anthony:

You ask them all the questions. See if he really knows his kid.

Michael:

Although, you know, that's not fair in the sense that she never has let him near the kid. So yeah, there's that. So there's a part of me that says Albert deserves to see the child. But there's a part of me that says if he really wanted to see the kid, he'd have pushed a little harder sooner, right? That's, I

Anthony:

think, but he was in a selfish face.

Michael:

I think Yeah. His selfish ass should be paid as support. Man, but James did the right thing. He's only reacting to the information. He knows he's not doing it. Like he doesn't know who this guy is. He doesn't know he was been told that it was a frozen pop. So what the fuck does he know? Right? And

Anthony:

you're not just gonna let some stranger come in to see him if you don't know. Yeah, I already took you long cab driver to be able to be letting the apartment. He's worked his way up.

Michael:

Yeah, nigga was some other streets he's taken. That's right. I would agree with you. Right Do you want do you want to read this next one next

Anthony:

now. James James comes in apartment to tell Mikey that he won't be around anymore. Give him some fatherly advice. While Molly's listening over the baby monitor. He's pouring his heart out to Mikey, who admits he will miss James too. While he takes Mikey to Albert's office to meet him now but when Albert Metz he does not want responsibility of being a father because he's going through his selfish phase. While he realizes he hasn't changed a goddamn bit. She and Mikey trashed the place. She puts a poopy diaper onto his expensive desk. Mikey breaks one of the toys. You'll never get me Schell adore. Starting out and putting Albert out of their lives for good.

Michael:

Yeah, but James earlier in the section he gets to give a breakup speech. Yeah, baby. Sorry, man. Is fatherly advice a thing or is it not a thing like d? I mean, did you get fatherly advice ever?

Anthony:

Yeah. Put that down. Remember, put that down. You're gonna hurt yourself. That's one that's used.

Michael:

Oh, I said I was gonna say I have some fatherly advice. The two things I was told by my father that were actual fatherly advice was if you're willing to pay the consequences, do whatever you want. And the second one is, if you turn every woman in the world upside down, they're all sisters. Wow. That's what my dad told me when I was explained so much. So much. Oh, that's why I feel fatherly versus advice is bullshit. Well, you know, I'm a father. And when I give it It's okay.

Anthony:

All right, right. The one piece of advice he tells him Don't hit girls, even if they're asking for it. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. Well, hey,

Michael:

you know what, though? That's still good advice. But very backhanded at the same time, isn't it? No pun intended, but backhanded? Yes. Ah. Oh. And he's like one year old and you're probably my best friend. Yeah. And that was a bad use of the term retard by the baby by the way. Yes. What did he say specifically? I forget. You know, probably, he said, I

Anthony:

feel like a retard because the outfit she put on him.

Michael:

Yeah, that was not a good

Anthony:

something. Get away with a good 1989 apparently. I'm sure people laughed hysterically at that, too.

Michael:

Yeah, yeah, we probably did. We probably fucking were like, Ah ha ha. And then there was probably somebody in the mentally handicapped being like, fuck all y'all. Fuck all y'all. Yeah. All right. What I like when I see him I just know he wasn't a mistake. That's a great that's a line you want to hear about yourself? Yeah, anyone? I see Anthony and I just know you weren't a mistake. Before I thought you were Oh, I don't change my mind. That's I think that's how my parents felt. Because they actually said I was the plan child. Oh, there you go. Yeah, you got to watch Greece through a belly button. I think. Now,

Anthony:

let's stop planning shit next time. We saw this worked out.

Michael:

Yeah, true. But Albert, man, I still don't get why she's with him. He's trash. He's He's a trash person and he does not good looking guy. It has to be the money. That's what hopefully she gets some of that supply. No,

Anthony:

he has no other redeeming qualities at all. Other than if I don't kiss you soon I'm gonna burst. That's his line. Like, what the hell? He's used on more than one woman do.

Michael:

Oh, obviously and, and when he's talking, he's like, I'm just trying to be honest with things when I'm thinking what and when I was listening, I was like, you can be as honest as you want. That doesn't mean people have to like what you're fucking saying. It can be truth, it can be your truth. You can be being honest, but it could be shitty honesty, right? You're still like they don't have to like you or appreciate it. You're still a dick. You're just selfish piece of shit. All right. So I'm going to read the next section. Are you ready for this? I am so think I can make it through it. Probably not that making a mistake? No, I don't. Okay. Back at home she receives a call from Vincent's home telling her that he is a disruptive influence and abusive to the staff Vincent's grandfather's home telling her that he is a disruptive influence and abusive to the staff and she rushes over to clear up the error managing to convince them to keep Vincent's grandfather as he has, was given a chocolate stash that James had earlier instructed an orderly who did not speak English not to let him have more than one a day or it would cause these outbursts James arrives and he and Molly makeup now the candy bullshit.

Anthony:

The Candy, one candy bar a day. Yeah, hide the rest. No problem.

Michael:

But no problem.

Anthony:

One question I have though. How did James find out?

Michael:

Good question,

Anthony:

because it's, it's Molly's address her phone number for the residents to contact. How did they get ahold of James? They don't have cell phones back then. So how did he find me? He

Michael:

had a work number on there. Maybe they had a work number on there. And it caught him at the cab company. Maybe could have been maybe they call it and he left a message that could say that. But grandpa was abusive and violent. How does this candy make him go? apeshit

Anthony:

apparently, yes. He's got a sugar job.

Michael:

Oh, yeah. I like how he said, I think you're the best of the daughters in law. But he has, you know, I thought that was funny. I thought you know, that was great. I love that. It's just and I love how and I guess

Anthony:

he's he's met her like twice

Michael:

Yeah. Yeah, he met her like twice but she's the nicest person maybe he doesn't meet a lot of nice people. Maybe but just like in the Fast and Furious family brings everyone back together

Anthony:

it does.

Michael:

Family brought James and her back together into this room with him. But of course you know the next section you're about to read we learned something else.

Anthony:

Yeah. So together with Grandpa until well, grandpa's there watching Mikey until Esther comes along strolling down the hallway looking all hot and stuff so we put my teeth in. Good to go Mack on some honey. So Mikey wanted. Mikey wanders off on his own searching for James when he sees a taxicab outside. So after making his way out into the alley, with nobody seeing him apparently, in the whole facility, gets into a car which is getting towed away with Mikey inside it thinking he can drive because he started up with a breadstick. Well, Molly and James searched frantically for him. After spotting him James Amala give chase in his cab Fast and Furious style again through town. ventually cut off the tow truck but discover Mikey had gotten out of the car is now standing in the middle of heavy traffic. James Molly run to reach him and take him to safety or Mikey unofficially asked James to be his father by saying his first word. Dad, dad, James amali realized that Mikey already sees James as his father and they decide to give it a chance kissing passionately up against a newspaper rack. While Mikey considers telling them he needs a new diaper. He'll wait.

Michael:

Yes, that is true. But you know what i thought ultimately, it's that orderlies fault who was supposed to sit there and watch him. He was supposed to stay there and watch but he walked away. Which like grandpa get distracted by Esther. It was like a domino effect. Yeah, she just stayed outside the fucking room. You know, you

Anthony:

have a senile old man who is on a sugar high. Yeah. Along with a small child. Blame the orderly.

Michael:

Yeah. Yeah, yeah, I would say that. And like you said, I love breadsticks, the especially one of the keys to my car. Yeah. I could do that. I could totally do that. I think that they're, you know, they have this fast and furious style, high speed alley scene Chase. Yeah, I like that. It kind of brings back our whole series. And sure to kind of get a look. It's like, it's like, you know, we're coming down slowly. We don't have to give it up all once. You can't let it go. Only one thing missing is the nos. We don't have any nos in that scene. There's no nos. But I think when Mikey runs out in traffic and they go get him and causes all those acts Since there'll be a little bit of a fallout there, I've always wondered like, you know, we see all these cars crash around them, and they get off and they're having these passionate kisses. I have a feeling there'll be a lot of questions and people running up to them saying what the fuck is wrong with you?

Anthony:

Right? And it all gets traced back to the orderly. He's responsible for that.

Michael:

Yeah, then

Anthony:

the facility responsible. So they're the ones in trouble.

Michael:

Now, we sue, who do we say? Are you thinking about?

Anthony:

Sue? That's what they're thinking who do we sue?

Michael:

The hospital the house because they have deeper pockets? That's right. Yep. Yeah, you're right about that. Now, here's the thing all along. Was it good chemistry or just the baby the baby making us route for those to be together? Did we did were we experiencing good chemistry or just the want of good chemistry? That's, you know,

Anthony:

I think both now is good. We've already said before we thought they had good chemistry.

Michael:

Okay, I thought so. But I you know, I'm just throwing it out there that are we wanting it and that's why we see it or is it really there that type of thing?

Anthony:

I think it's a combination of things. They had good chemistry, but then the fact that his chemistry with Mikey their bond and their relationship makes you want them to be together. And then Albert being such a fuckin asshole. also makes James look

Michael:

makes you want so if you want anything other than Him,

Anthony:

and then her a couple of blind dates that she went on, also makes you root for James. Because those guys were some D bag.

Michael:

Oh, yeah, that's true. The guy that you know, James sabotaged might have been a good guy. We don't know if he didn't been told not been told to do that. We don't know how we do.

Anthony:

Other than other than you know anything on a first date. Not talking about a colonoscopy.

Michael:

Yeah, yeah. Do you want to talk about one Have you had one? No. Aren't you? 40?

Anthony:

Not yet. I? Yeah. Supposed to be like,

Michael:

well, you should have.

Anthony:

No I think it's like 45 or whatever. All right. 45 Shut up. I'm not there yet.

Michael:

We should make let's make that movie. Alright, so I'm gonna read the next section.

Anthony:

They do? Don't they record it? so well. camera on there.

Michael:

Yeah, they do. But not for you to see You don't?

Anthony:

I'm gonna tell them. Send me that copy because this is going to be a reimagining of Look who's talking to Look who's talking number two.

Michael:

Look, he's talking for less shit. Now I want to go back to two and fix two. What that good luck. Are you ready? Alright, bit here. Nine months. Nine months later, Molly gives birth to her and James daughter Julie. When Mikey greets his half sister. She tells him in the voice of Joan Rivers. She's had a day he would not believe Can we talk? So obviously she did lose her diaphragm. As was alluded to earlier in the movie. She found it in her purse or something. But she's talking to Jays but she must have lost it. And I'm not a fan of Joan Rivers. Were you ever a fan of Joan Rivers or stick her got old with me? I was never a fan. And that yeah, that's why you didn't like it was a thing. Now pretty much a fan and can we talk now? Did you watch and you watch the next one. Right? And she's in that so what she's not good only imagine that. She's not.

Anthony:

Roseanne? Roseanne Barr is?

Michael:

Oh, another person whose voice is awesome. That doesn't grate on my nerves at all. There you go. actually don't know the deal with that either. Why, john? Yeah, that's good question. Probably money. Although Roseanne at that time was on the show. Roseanne had to be making more money. Yeah. I mean, yeah, I mean, that was when she was still allowed to be in the public eye.

Anthony:

Who knows? Oh, there's that. Or maybe she did that. Maybe she didn't want to do the movie. It was just a thing. They asked her and they didn't know if they're gonna do a sequel. They made the movie for 7 million. They didn't plan on a sequel. And just thought it would be a fun way to end the movie. Until it made so much fun. All right, now we got to put out a sequel. So I'm gonna assume that they have intention of doing a sequel to this it was going to be a one and done.

Michael:

I will agree with that. That that's a good speculation. I'll take it. Alright, so that's the movie in a nutshell. Are you ready to do your six pack? jar? Give me some facts first? No, I'll do the six pack. Then I give you the facts. Then I do the writing. I know what order we're doing. Now. Let's remind people that our six pack is where we pick some scenes from a movie that we really like generally around six of them. All right, you ready?

Anthony:

Ready? The channel wars with the accountant. And he's like, Hey, you dick.

Michael:

I love that. Yeah, that's good. That's good. That's good. Yeah, we do try to watch your fucking game and do just wants to see the snuggle bear. That's it, man. That's it. Don't let me block in on that. That's good playoffs. Fuck the playoffs. All right, here we go. I got one for you. A hot Kirstie Alley, you know, I'd say this is one of those movies where she's pretty hot. You know, for a while there, she was pretty, pretty hot when she was on cheers and stuff. And then after that just seemed to, I don't know, go away. I guess I don't know how to put it. Like, just after 93 Hots, the chairs are off.

Anthony:

That's what you're saying.

Michael:

Unfortunately. That's correct. All right. Yeah. You're not too hot. Okay. I know. Here you go.

Anthony:

Oh, look, another little arm down there. Oh, how am I gonna get that my mouth?

Michael:

Yeah, of course. Oh, yeah. That was a good one. Every every man's every man's existential crisis. As it is, I know. All right. We know the truth. We all know the truth. He broke his neck. Yeah, crazy. Maybe a crazy rumor about Marilyn Manson. That wasn't true. Yeah, he got rid of three ribs. Yeah. Like no he did. Fucking story to come out. Alright, here we go. Here we go. Grandpa. I love grandpa. I like a pagoda. He's pretty funny. I think he's a funny role he is he's not in the movie that much. But what he is it's quality. It's really quality scenes. Asteroids velopark. Aster asked. He wanted to he want to go out there and get on that extraction. Are you ready for Yes.

Anthony:

I'm ready. All right, the splinter scene. But the whole thing but then. But we didn't even mention at the end of it. When he comes out and our mom stand out there and he zips up his pants. I just made the scene.

Michael:

Which is completely random because we know that's not what they were doing. I like that. You're right. Right. That just completely ran. Great scene. Love the scene. All right, here we go. Last one for me. James sabotaging your date telling him you know, she's one of those women's lib types. You know, don't don't like doesn't like it by paying for anything opening doors doing any of that courtesy shit she might have to do on a date. That's your kind. I love that. You're kind of a huh? That is I mean, I'll go Dutch you means? Are you gonna? If I go on a date with you? Would you buy for me? Why?

Anthony:

Why do you use me and you for the example?

Michael:

Because I want to hear what your moral compass is on this.

Anthony:

I'm not going on a date with you. There's my moral compass.

Michael:

But if you were I wouldn't if I say hey, you know, you're not my type guy. You went to the movies. You went to the movies with me

Anthony:

and your daughter. And that's because we had to see that movie.

Michael:

I paid for you. I bought for you. You are my date. And I paid for you if you take me out and I

Anthony:

didn't put out Guess what? So I win.

Unknown:

Hey, last time before you determine who when I took you to cha cha Chas. So there you go. Hey, yo, hey, go. Are you I gotta end this now. To date, I gotta end this. You're too full of yourself. Are we right? You don't treat guys do the generics? Yes. Oh, yeah.

Michael:

Are you ready? Okay, let me go for you. I'll go. Okay. Here we go.

Anthony:

All right. Whether you laughed at it back then or not. It's just the I feel like a retard and the lesbian jokes. Not very cool. So that would be my generic Yeah, they don't age. Well. They don't age well at age. Well do. That's why generic.

Michael:

We did laugh at them though. I'm sure now. I know. That was it, though. I know. Yeah. Yep. I'm with you. Alright, I've got I've got one for you here. Here's a good one. The fever dream that resulted in inner talking baby monologues and psychedelic womb shots. That's just the weirdest fucking part of this movie is like how they come to that because because Roger Ebert is right, you take out the baby monologue you could still get if you just had like, tempered it down to a couple like baby thought bubbles, right or something. You didn't need all that to get a good movie. You didn't need it. It still could have been a great movie. And then when you talk about those weird psychedelic shit that's happening in the womb. I mean, come on. That's some weird shit. That was freezing. Yeah. What this is Yeah, cosmetic. Well, look at that, man. Look at the hand there. Yeah, whoa, I have one more bonus one and we've already said it. Why would she ever bang Albert? Okay.

Anthony:

Albert is a generic moment in the movie, all in himself.

Michael:

All right, and here's some of those facts are unverified facts however you want to put it, things that, well these are verified This is from the Los Angeles Times. So Amy Heckerling noticed her young daughter, Molly, constantly look around whenever she was propped up in her baby seat, my husband and I started to put words in her mouth. What she might be thinking based on her expressions. That's what she told the Los Angeles Times. So that's where she came up with that idea. Interesting. So another interesting one, Olympia, Dukakis was told that she would be paid $50,000 to play Kirstie Alley, his mother, if she won an Academy Award for her work, as rose cast areni and Moonstruck and she did so it was an extra $50,000 extra right extra. So there you go. All right. Uh, okay, Kirstie Alley. Recent had claimed it took all the power she had to turn off with her co star whom she called the love of her life. Allie was married at the time Travolta was single. She was really into john travolta. Wow, like, seriously. Okay, yeah. And here's another here's an interesting one foreign countries, other countries had their own celebrities, voicing baby Mikey, it was john Travolta's idea to do that. Now saying, here's the number one great fact of this whole thing that I'm going to tell you

Anthony:

that the baby and little baby was really reincarnated. No, it's true

Michael:

that there really is a fast. There really is a fast and furious connection here. In 2010. It was reported that fast and furious producer, Neal H. Moritz, had plans to bring the Look who's talking franchise back baby. He wanted to do it like 11 years ago, never game through. So there is a fast and furious connection. Oh, boy, oddly enough. All right. So are you ready to rate this thing?

Anthony:

Yes, I'm ready. Ready? Ready.

Michael:

All right, here we go.

Anthony:

You're up, Buttercup.

Michael:

Are you going? You're going Oh, I'm up. All right. All right. I I think I laughed a lot at this movie back in 1989. I don't think it ages well, though. It's hard to believe the amount of money and even made but it was so big. Like I remember being very popular. it well. I don't hate it. It's entertaining. I'd Yeah, it was. I know. It's entertaining. I would watch it again. If it was on. However, I am very realistic. This movie to some degree sucks in so many ways. But it's just entertaining. But because I know it sucks and still entertains me. I don't call it an above average movie. I give it 11 cans.

Anthony:

All right, there you go. So I'm gonna say I pretty much agree with you. It's on one hand, it is an interesting concept for a movie that did make it funny child or a fetus for that matter having an inner monologue? What are they thinking? What are they saying? So that does set up for a movie you could do a lot with and make a good comedy out of it. And looking back, it's got its flaws. Obviously, there's some things you should could change. But I go with but long lines what you said though, it's still entertaining, even though it's not a good movie, per se. It is because it entertains you. And I am actually I'm gonna I was going to give it somewhere around the middle Mark 12 cans, but I'm actually going to give it 14 partly because I got to bump it up because my six year old was so glued to it and enjoyed it so much. I'm like, okay, so it still carries some weight.

Michael:

So I'm like, wow, no, it's a 14 until he gets older and realizes he liked a movie that was saying that things are saying, but

Anthony:

I'll pop it back down at that point.

Michael:

Well, that gives us an average of 12.5 cans. So you know, that's not bad. I mean, it's average as what basically what it comes out to. That's what it comes down to. But I said I don't think it's way above average. I don't think it's way below either what it is. It is what it is. Yes. No, that's why I was kind of I mean, the range. You're in the range. It's worth that. But yeah, I'm not a bad movie. It has some clever moments, but if you missed it, and you didn't lose the didn't lose much my opinion. But watch it because you know, you got to watch everything that we talked about. Right, right. That's how it works. You don't have to know that's just how it works, man.

Unknown:

You can. We're just letting you know what it's going to be like if you did.

Michael:

That is correct. And I thought I had something else to say but i don't i guess For right now so that's what else do you want to tell them?

Anthony:

Thank you again for listening we appreciate it very much hope you enjoyed this episode. Please again remember check out the website do all the stuff that Harry sack told you at the beginning of the episode and stay tuned for next week's we think you'll like that one to peace out.

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