This week, the disaster of a podcast that is The Last Row Podcast brings you Drew and Badway’s thoughts on the 2004 disaster movie, The Day After Tomorrow. Topics include: 8-8 movies, disaster movie tropes, the director’s strange obsession with the genre, bad fathers, freeze-proof camping tents, and if you would follow life or death advice of a kid because “his dad said so.” Finally, the guys put the entire storm through the Villain Scale.
Drew and Badway return from cover-story computer sales jobs to bring you another episode of The Last Row Podcast, this time covering the 1994 classic True Lies. The guys break out the sodium amytal to fact check serious statements such as ‘This is Jimmy Cameron’s best movie’ (False), ‘This is Bill Paxton’s best role’ (True), ‘Harry Tasker put the entire country at risk in order to save his marriage’ (True), and ‘Henchmen on skis are effective shooters’ (VERY False). When we tell you this is a great episode, you’re just going to have to trust us.
We’ll see you again on Thursday, February 11th for our next episode.
Just like Batman is Forever, Drew and Badway apparently are Forever, as the The Last Row Podcast returns from a long hiatus to tackle the Caped Crusader in all of Gotham’s neon 90’s glory. Topics include: Being “done” with Bruce’s dead parents, Val Kilmer’s performance and legacy as Batman/Bruce Wayne, a spirited Alfred Pennyworth comparison, Dr. Chase Meridian’s steamy one-track mind, how Two-Face and The Riddler rank on the all new Villain Scale, and many more odds and ends, including the effectiveness of Scuba Thugs. Thanks for listening, it’s great to be back!
We’ll see you again on Thursday, January 28, when we tackle the Arnold Schwarzenegger classic, True Lies.
The Last Row Podcast use Episode 70 to whip your butt into shape by breaking down another 90s kids classic: Heavyweights. Luckily this episode wasn’t cancelled due to Drew and Badway’s lack of hustle. Among many topics surrounding The PerkiSystem and Camp Hope, the guys answer the most important question of all: Was Tony Perkis the real villain of the film or simply just tragically misunderstood?