Love and betrayal are in the air, as The Last Row Podcast brings you a Valentine’s special episode featuring the 1998 Sandler romcom The Wedding Singer. Drew and Badway compare growing up 80s vs 90s, whether they favor wedding DJs vs live bands, and rate getting left at the altar vs being dumped the day before vs being left at the reception. Somewhere around the 40 minute mark, the guys actually talk about the movie… briefly.
This week on The Last Row Podcast, Drew and Badway sort through the debris of the 1996 disaster movie classic, Twister. The guys take sides on the love triangle, point out the flaws of the storm chasers’ methods, and discuss Tom Hanks’ potential back-handed favor of gifting the lead role to Bill Paxton.
This week, Drew and Badway hold the airwaves hostage as they discuss the 1994 comedy, Airheads. The guys break down the controversial group, The Lone Rangers, doubting their talents and classifying them as delusional, realizing that the band as well as this podcast have a lot in common! Sign us!
This week on The Last Row: On Demand, Drew and Badway discuss Adam Sandler’s Netflix deal, and what it means for the future of the movie business. Now that Sandler made his final movie of the initial deal, who could potentially be next in line to side with Netflix? Stallone? Seagal? Cage? The guys also break down Sandler’s career and try to pinpoint the exact moment his movie quality went downhill. Finally, the guys rank their favorite SNL movies and play another round of Plot Fiction, featuring potential documentaries involving a tickle fetish and goat-to-human testicle transplants. Real or fake???