Sun, 19 July 2009
If you're tired of the summer blues, Remember When has the cure for what ails you. We are proud to present Episode 22, where we give you the first part of our John Landis experience.
We kick off the show with the latest of Great Movies Jay Has Never Seen. Our selection this week is Trading Places, a perennial favorite from the 80's starring Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy. Does this comedy still stand up over two decades later? And even more important, is Jay going to be able to appreciate it after all this time? Listen in and find out.
The discussion shifts over into Coming To America during the last half of the show. In the same universe as Trading Places, we talk about why this Eddie Murphy film is not only one of the best comedies to come out of the 1980's, but why it's quite possibly his best work ever in live action film.
All this, and tangents galore, are waiting for you in our newest episode.
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Sun, 5 July 2009
Remember When is back, and this week's episode is more than meets the eye.
Our twenty first episode focuses on the recent Transformers movies from Michael Bay. A childhood staple for both of us, we take a look at the movies which tread upon the hallowed memories of our youth, a cherished era when two children would stare wide eyed at one of the most brilliant marketing efforts ever. We have a lot to talk about here, with both live action movies coming under intense scrutiny.
We also talk about Fast Times at Ridgemont High, the latest in the list of Great Movies Jay Has Never Seen. Will this quintessential high school film of the 80's stand the test of time, or will the passage of time treat it poorly? Listen in and find out.
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