We’re back to discuss the rest of 1990’s Loose Cannons, including that mysterious painting and the absolutely aggravating way Ellis’s legitimate trauma manifests. We also discuss the bizarre McGuffin at the center of the film, which, boy oh boy, is something. There’s also a title song in this movie, for some reason, and you get to hear it in full!
This week we’re launching into 1990’s Loose Canons, a cop buddy comedy starring Gene Hackman and Dan Aykroyd. In our breakdown of the first 10 minutes, we discuss the safe sex PSA at the beginning of film and whether it will have any bearing on the plot, the Thanos-like mindset of Hackman’s character MacArthur Stern, and what exactly Dan Aykroyd’s character Ellis is painting while spending time as a monk.
In our longest episode yet, we trudge through the 2014 action-comedy Stretch, starring Patrick Wilson, Jessica Alba, an occasionally green Ed Helms and Chris Pine in Charles Manson cosplay. We predict so many things in this film, including the identity of the mysterious Jovi (you’ll never guess who it is!). Additionally, we discuss how much a person can be bleeding before a diner in L.A. refuses them service.