Tag Archives: 2000s movies

Invincible (EP 115)

The Last Row Podcast celebrates football season by getting Invincible with Mark Wahlberg a.k.a. Vince Papale. Drew and Badway discuss the differences between the biopic dramatizations and the real life story, search for Wahlberg’s Philly accent, and spend 20+ minutes on Papale’s wife, who got 2 minutes of actual movie screen time, breaking down her all-time undressing of her soon to be ex-husband. The guys also identify which sports and jobs they could “walk on” to, bash biopics as a whole, and equate Rami Malek’s performance as Freddy Mercury to completing a brilliant paint-by-numbers drawing.


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The Butterfly Effect (EP 111)

Drew and Badway can’t change the past (they have regrets). Luckily, Ashton Kutcher can! The guys try to learn his tricks during The Last Row Podcast breakdown of 2004’s The Butterfly Effect. Besides time travel, the guys also tackle movie theater alphas, boyhood trauma fetishes, and making a wig out of your own hair for emergency future use.


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Final Destination (EP 107)

They say only a few things in life are certain: death, taxes, and The Last Row Podcast releasing a new episode every other Thursday! Well, you can’t cheat Death, as we find out in the 2000 thriller Final Destination, and you can’t cheat Drew and Badway out of discussing important cinema topics such as: the rare “double dump”, Death cleaning up its own crime scene, and the pathetic act of drowning in a 2 inch puddle. We’ll see you soon…


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The Heartbreak Kid (EP 104)

The honeymoon is never over for Drew and Badway, as they analyze the doomed relationships in Ben Stiller’s 2007 rom-com, The Heartbreak Kid. The guys discuss having the guts to stop a mugger, going to your ex’s wedding, being pressured into marriage, and if it really is possible to pull the ol’ switcheroo during your honeymoon.

We’ll see you again on Thursday, May 12th.


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Exit Wounds (EP 103)

The Last Row Podcast welcome Steven Seagal back for his fifth appearance on our watch list, this time alongside the late/great DMX in Exit Wounds. Drew and Badway are talking Seagal behind the scenes tantrums (of course), the underrated Tom Arnold, waterbeds in houseboats, the physics of shooting a bullet downward vs upward, and Michael Jai White’s undersized skin for his ripped bod. Finally, the guys stumble upon the perfect plan to both get crooked cops rich AND get the drugs off of the streets.

We’ll see you again on Thursday, April 28th.

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Just Friends (EP 95)

Step into the friend zone with The Last Row Podcast for this year’s Christmas episode featuring the 2005 cult classic Just Friends. Drew and Badway give a gentle hug and a peck on the cheek to a multitude of topics including: New Jersey, day dates, day movies, and much more. Later, the guys get steamy and passionate about the Chris and Jamie relationship, while sprinkling in a little Dusty.

We’ll see you again on Thursday, January 6th.

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Chris Brander (Ryan Reynolds) holding the "Simply Dusty" album by Dusty "Lee" Dinkleman (Chris Klein)
“Simply Dusty” by Dusty “Lee” Dinkleman