The whole gang is here for this one! Jake, Troy, Chris, Reese, and Scott sit down in Jake’s new apartment to discuss and rank the characters of the hit TV show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. This show revolves around a gang of 5 vile, self centered, low life’s in their 30s. Sound familiar? Because it’s been a favorite of ours for so long, we decided to discuss the individual characters in not so great detail.
We've passed the half way point in 2018. What were your favorite movies this year so far? What were your biggest disappointments? What are you still looking forward to? The Coldbros discuss this year in movies so far.
The Coldbros review The Fall (2006) - a film by Tarsem Singh starring Lee Pace. Listen in as the guys spend way too long discussing the country of origin of Alexandria, the main character (played by Catinca Untaru). SPOILER: Troy is right and Reese is wrong (as usual). Cinematography by Colin Watkinson.
The Alien Franchise. One of Hollywoods longest running, continuous franchises to date. There are some major heavy hitters here. Including Sigourney Weaver, Ridley Scott, James Cameron, David Fincher, Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron, Idris Elba, Joss Whedon, Danny McBride (our next hopeful for James Bond), and so much more. All 5 of the Coldbros STACK and discuss the 6 official Alien movies; Alien, Aliens, Alien3, Alien: Resurrection, Prometheus, and Alien: Covenant. Will you agree with the Coldbow Stack? We may or may not get a little philosophical.
Listen in as the crew, minus Jake, have a wandering conversation about what makes a good opening scene to a movie. Does it set the tone for the rest of the movie? Does it hook you into the plot or characters? There are many factors that go into this topic and, for some reason, we thought we'd tackle it. As usual we all give our unyealding opinions, who's right or wrong is up to you!
It's Always Sunny in Philidelphia's Up parody: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcIZZAi4j0Y
Indiana Jones: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mC1ikwQ5Zgc&feature=youtu.be
The Dark Knight: https://youtu.be/E679XJellLs
Monty Python and the Holy Grail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NbCNA0mAtM
Gangs of New York: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OE4_FpZvGFA
Troy, Scott, Reese and Jake gather round to discuss comedy. We talk about how comedy works. Why it works. The different genres of comedy. We talk about some of the greats that really shined in their respective genres. Then we each give our personal favorite comedian, both current and all-time.
As always, we are excited to bring this episode to you and cannot wait to hear all the things we got wrong. So take a listen and give us some feedback. Enjoy!
CLIPS WE USED:
George Carlin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyBH5oNQOS0
Mitch Hedberg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-zFQ9fOTSU
Eddie Murphy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypmJ39s5X0M
Bill Burr (Philly Rant): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jMhoGUiIkk
Bo Burnam (Art is Dead): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eo9pU1q8sy8
The Coldbros talk about a variety of things impacting their lives - including Bob Ross, Richard Simmons, metal bands, E3, and Arrested Development.
Troy’s dumb joke from Episode 3 comes full circle as we review and discuss a dumb movie with tons of cameos. That movie is Run Ronnie Run (2002) starring David Cross (Arrested Development) and Bob Odenkirk (Breaking Bad/Better Call Saul). Hilarity ensues, tears might have been shed, and we all gained a deeper understanding of each other.
Segment 1, GOAT:
Reese wanted us to choose a scene that was most enhanced by the soundtrack.
Segment 2, Stack:
Chris had us stack every Guy Ritchie movie.
Here is a YouTube and Spotify playlist of our favorite musically driven scenes:
For the first time you get to hear all 5 of the Coldbowners together!
We talk a bit about some movies that have come out in the last month or so and get into escape rooms a little.
We are talking about the Battlestar Galactica prequel miniseries that was released in 2003 Starring Edward James Olmos.
Then we get into stacking trilogies. We are doing our best trilogies and the most disappointing trilogies, not the worst the biggest letdowns. We don't include The Lord of the Rings Trilogy in our stack as it already is the Holy Trinity and above reproach in any way.
Get your opinions ready and hold them close, we want to hear from you about all the things we got wrong here!