This week on the podcast, Cole and Marcus discuss the much loved and quickly forgotten 1998 film City of Angels. We talk about Meg Ryan and Nicolas Cage sharing the creepiest one sided romance this side of Sharky's Machine and how the Goo Goo Dolls captured the hearts of a generation with their song Iris.
What happens when you take one of the 70's most acclaimed directors, a writer who will go onto huge acclaim in the 90's, one huge actor, and a handful of extremely capable actors who will soon make their name...Well, I'm not sure, but I guess we'll call it 8 Million Ways to Die.
Bright colors, fast cars, action, comedy, love, determination, and a fucking monkey! What more could you ask for? The Wachowskis served it to us on an excellently crafted platter, and the world scoffed...
This week we face our greatest challenge yet. A movie so underwhelming it barely qualafies as being there at all. Maybe that is what K-Pax was doing. Maybe it was really just an exitstential exercise in the futility of being...No...No. It really is just a horrible movie.
They Came Together brings David Wain and Michael Showalter back to the big screen for their first parody outing since the cult classic Wet Hot American Summer. It may not be amazing, but it will tide us over until they get around to making the next WHAS.
Here is a new update video for the week, keeping up informed on everything Crushed Celluloid. Check back on Wednesday for a super special video and this weekend for Episode 6 of the podcast for City of Angels!
The Room has become less of a film and more of a cultural event. There are layers to the mystery of The Room, and most will stay buried within Tommy Wiseau's strange mind. Here is one man's journey through the sometimes confusing hallway leading to The Room.
The 90's were an extreme time, and what better setting for an extreme movie about some extreme hacking and some extreme pranks to play on some bodacious bad dudes at a gnarly high school terrorist takeover...I'm sorry...I think I was having a flashback.