Binge-Watchers Podcast

My Brandon Lee is Better Than Yours And I Can Prove It

May 08, 2019 John Travis and The Binge-Watchers Season 9 Episode 8
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My Brandon Lee is Better Than Yours And I Can Prove It
May 08, 2019 Season 9 Episode 8
John Travis and The Binge-Watchers

The 2nd best Brandon Lee movie, but if you like Grade A Choice Dolph Lundgren: mission accomplished.  Also, Tia Carrere starting her career and making a splash.

"Who's Brandon Lee? Well, he's got a famous last name, his dad's Bruce. But this show's not about Bruce so we can't get lost. And talking about Bruce Lee. Brandon Lee started acting like as a kid, but you know what? Do you know what I came across Dave, like just, we're just cruising the internet, like reading about Bruce Lee. But then I got on to thing about Brandon Lee and like, have you seen this 16 millimeter footage of Brandon Lee when he's like 18 months old and he's like doing karate chops and kicks and stuff. Like, he's like fully formed Kung fu baby. Like if you're on the playground and some toddlers giving you shit, you just call baby Brandon Lee and he just goes in there. You know what I'm saying? He just takes them out that two year old fucking your shit up. You just call Brandon Lee in."

This episode is great and has just about everything Steve needs in a podcast. It might even make Brian cry.  And Sarah could care less, she doesn’t like podcasts. Especially, ours.

Spoiler alert: Steve, Brian, and Sarah are imaginary.


Show Notes Transcript

The 2nd best Brandon Lee movie, but if you like Grade A Choice Dolph Lundgren: mission accomplished.  Also, Tia Carrere starting her career and making a splash.

"Who's Brandon Lee? Well, he's got a famous last name, his dad's Bruce. But this show's not about Bruce so we can't get lost. And talking about Bruce Lee. Brandon Lee started acting like as a kid, but you know what? Do you know what I came across Dave, like just, we're just cruising the internet, like reading about Bruce Lee. But then I got on to thing about Brandon Lee and like, have you seen this 16 millimeter footage of Brandon Lee when he's like 18 months old and he's like doing karate chops and kicks and stuff. Like, he's like fully formed Kung fu baby. Like if you're on the playground and some toddlers giving you shit, you just call baby Brandon Lee and he just goes in there. You know what I'm saying? He just takes them out that two year old fucking your shit up. You just call Brandon Lee in."

This episode is great and has just about everything Steve needs in a podcast. It might even make Brian cry.  And Sarah could care less, she doesn’t like podcasts. Especially, ours.

Spoiler alert: Steve, Brian, and Sarah are imaginary.


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Speaker 1:

There's absolutely nothing to worry about. And David's personal life or Johnny's personal life. It's Nick's personal life. You've got to worry about. That's, that's the fellow you should be concerned about. Send all your love to Nick. Dave and I are fine. Absolutely fine. Fine, fine. I have to say it again. We're fine. Absolutely perfect. Things are great swell

Speaker 2:

dandy,

Speaker 1:

but we are going to open a food truck and disappear for the entire summer when everything's great. No worries. Party time. Binge Watchers slit.

Speaker 3:

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Speaker 4:

[inaudible]

Speaker 1:

I don't think I caught the crack on the, uh, on the microphone cause we were between intro Cola theme song and then it goes into what else we're talking about? Dave cracked something open, but I don't think the microphone picked it up. I've got another one here that I could do just for the sound and did double crack. Just, you know, it's alright. Alright, here we go. I've got to do this close to the mic too, but not too close.

Speaker 2:

Okay.

Speaker 1:

Uh, well you're, you're, you're writing it. It is like a classic binge Watchers caution to the wind.

Speaker 5:

I found like I didn't realize Miller genuine draft became rare because of so many microbrews came up. This became a rare beer or like they stopped, it didn't sell as much. So they don't, they're harder to find now.

Speaker 1:

Yeah, I was going to say like find a PAX blue ribbon, not brewed by the Russians. Go find an American one. So your, your, you know, the, at least two old two years old and flat

Speaker 5:

would be great. Yeah. So I found a place here locally that actually had some of these, I bought a pack and I'm like, ah, I forgot how easy these are to drink cause I'm not that, I'm not big into heavy beers. I like light beers.

Speaker 1:

Oh Holy crap. Dave's really leaning into his moniker tonight folks. He's so dangerous that he's embracing his country roots. And this is cracking on protocol. The one, welcome to the show Dave. Uh, so when we watched a Brandon Lee movie, Dave know it did. Yeah, I was like, Dave showed on a little Tokyo and then David's response was what Dave like, I've never seen it. Never saw it. Had you heard that it existed? Were you aware of it? Okay. Um, it's got a couple of great things. You got Dolph Lundgren, not just a homerun, a young doff long-run. Like now he looks like grizzled bacon. He doesn't look like that. This is prime doll. Yeah. This is like fresh pork loin, right? Like this is the question things about myself. I'm just going to say, so when we get to the root of the problem, David's cracking up and cold ones and getting ready to go on a massive uh, um, food truck tour of America because a top 100 and make him question his masculinity.

Speaker 1:

So you got to go get you accused of tattoos. Basically. You got to go out there and get all those Japanese style. I'm going to gain tattoos. That's what you gotta let head to toe basically. And maybe take a shot of steroids in the ass a couple of times, you know, really, really commit to this. And maybe, maybe actually go visit little Tokyo yourself, but not to get totally lost on a side tangent on just golf. It's got the off long-run as Dave said in his prime grade a beef. Then you've got Brandon Lee, then you got a bunch of pissed off Yakuza assassins and you actually have a fight sequence in look at the Jack one of those bathing hut situations, which actually gets revisited in a dead pool too, which makes me think they also, you know, Ryan Reynolds in the film makers of that movie probably also saw show down in little Tokyo.

Speaker 1:

Right. You know, um, who's Brandon Lee? Well, he's got a famous last name, his dad's Bruce. But this show's not about Bruce so we can't get lost. And talking about Bruce Lee. Brandon Lee started acting like as a kid, but you know what? Do you know what I came across Dave, like just, we're just cruising the internet, like reading about Bruce Lee. But then I got on to thing about Brandon Lee and like, have you seen this 16 millimeter footage of Brandon Lee when he's like 18 months old and he's like doing karate chops and kicks and stuff. Like, he's like fully formed Kung fu baby. Like if you're on the playground and some toddlers giving you shit, you just call baby Brandon Lee and he just goes in there. You know what I'm saying? He just takes them out that two year old fucking your shit up. You just call Brandon Lee in.

Speaker 1:

He goes right in there. You're gonna. You know what I mean? It was actually like, like his kind of title like tiger woods for him in martial arts. Yeah. It's just, it's just like, it's literally like a Bruce Lee home movie. Like he's running around in his backyard with a 16 millimeter camera and there's this fucking kid just like taking a dummy or whatever, you know, you're should just like, all right, all right. Keeping it real and the leaf family, you know? But um, so he's in Kakadu like the journey continues, right? Like he's supposed to be the son of the, where's the guy in conclu who's David Carradine. But the thing about Kung Fu is if you saw the dragon, the Bruce Lee story, then it speculates that Bruce Lee was the like guy who had the original idea for Kung Fu. But then they are like, no, you get, he, we can't let you in this show Bruce, great idea but we can't let you in the show. So then, uh, you know somebody else, you know, they, they eventually settle on David Carradine. But then it's just funny it comes back around and then Brandon's playing like the next generation of the, the characters in, in the Kung Fu saga. Then like, um, he's in a knockoff of like a James Bond movie called like laser mission.

Speaker 5:

Yeah. This, I, I, I don't think I've ever watched this straight. I think I've only watched the mystery science theater version of laser mentioned. Yeah. Cause I'm almost, I'm like 95% positive mystery science theater did a version of this.

Speaker 1:

Well, let's see, like I'm, or an emerging pattern of movies that were coming out in like eighties and like early nineties Reagan era type shit. And it was like, yeah, cars and boobies. Yeah, ninjas and boobies. You had James Bond knockoffs and boobies or you had, you know, chainsaw killers and boobies, but pretty much you could guarantee two things like a lot of action and a series of boobies

Speaker 5:

you just described. The Lake, one of the best movies of that era that if you've never seen, I'm going to have, have to hook you up with a never too young to die.

Speaker 1:

Holy shit. I don't know if I've seen that one. It sounds incredible. If it's based on the only three. Now folks, I want to let you know these were the only three genres that existed from 1980 until 1993 because he's cutting Carson boobs. He is a James Bond ripoff. Yeah, with boobies. Yeah, exactly. Cars and Boone's James Bond and boobs and ninjas and boobs. Oh wait for genres. Cause then I said killers, mass killers and boobs for genres exist between 1980 and 1983 nothing else exists. Nothing else. One more. What's that John Hughes movies. Oh shit, you're right. So cause cause if you do that then you white teenage age rapists, teenage nerds and boobies also existed between 1980 and 1983 okay. Maybe sub-genre. That's it. Nothing else was made. Nothing else was made. Okay. Nothing else exists. Now moving back on to Brandon Lee, they go, you're going to play detective, but you're the straight man gay longer and is going to be the crazy Basser than this one. This guy can do Kung Fu with a couple of espresso in his hand. He drop, ladies and gentlemen, he doesn't drop the cup fights 10 guys. Granted there are only four foot 11 inches. Unlike Japanese anime characters, they don't look that tough folks. I'm sorry. Japanese animators, they draw big giant characters. Live action. Japanese actors not as scary in real life.

Speaker 1:

Debated comment on it. I haven't thrown it out there longer and beats the shit out of them. Doesn't drop his coffee does, doesn't drop his coffee at all. Then you know, Brandon, he shows up to ruin the party. Only thing is if Lauren's character whose name is Kenner, who apparently grew up in little Tokyo, he knows Japanese style fighting has similar tattoos, which kind of doesn't make sense because the tattoos are specific too.

Speaker 6:

Like [inaudible]

Speaker 1:

the gang members. Right, right. Like that's how they establish their territory. You know what gang are in? Did you just look at their chest and go, Oh yeah, he's a fish guy getting with the fish guys. This guy's a dragon. Good guy. Get him over there. Uh, this guy, not exactly sure if that's an octopus or something else. Sent him over there. Um, but he has had two just like them and he can soar fight just like them whenever, but so he's eating what for breakfast? Tofu or something that like, that's the, that's the thing too is like, um, you got us suspend your disbelief in this movie. Like you can't, like, yeah, you can't accept anything at face value cause it's just not gonna work. Well, I mean, if this, if this sets the tone for anybody, I mean this is from the guy who directed commando.

Speaker 1:

So take that what you, will they take it back? Like commando is a great movie, but it is not based in reality. I'll have to go with it. Except for, I would believe a car could go up an escalator. Now back to the movie at hand. I mean they're turning interrogated witnesses. He cracks his own neck. Let me say that again. Could make up a quote. He cracks his own neck to kill himself so he can die with honor rather than be interrogated. Cracked his own neck. That was pretty bad ass. I did expect that. Well just cause like with a sword or something, you kind of have like no takes he backsies but like you can kind of bitch yourself out of choking the Oregon twist, twisting your neck. So, so you find out that dude Kenner, the cop has some beef with this particular Japanese gang.

Speaker 1:

Uh, cause the, the gang leader killed his mother who may or may not have been a prostitute and little Tokyo uncertain, kind of uncertain. Um, he grows up, comes to cops, stays in that neighborhood. If you want to see doff longer and speak what looks to be fluent Japanese, this is your movie. Uh, and Brandon Lee, what's funny is like you think he'd be playing like the super cool, like this is my turf cop and now he's playing like the complete like uh, he's kind the nerd. Yeah. He's like the um, you know, you're making a move. Um, he's the Paul Giamatti and police officers in this movie, so, so, uh, you know, he shows up and they go to this nightclub and they're trying to interrogate the accused of boss cause they know what he just did. They killed some, some girl, but they videotape it.

Speaker 1:

So the cops have evidence, but for some reason they can't figure out what to do with the evidence. Cause instead of just taking the evidence to like a courthouse and processing some kind of paperwork, they decide to let the accused boss know that they have the footage, are aware of the footage, is his existence, which seems like it D they're just giving it away. Um, like there was a, there's a Paul Rudd moment, like Brandon Lee reminds me of Paul rod, even though Brandon Lee might be a predecessor DePaul, right. I think he started before Paul road, but when he's talking about how they're police officers and these guys shouldn't kill them because of the fact that they're police officers and it's a very awkward situation and he's like describing how awkward it is. It was incredible. You know what I'm talking about? Like when they confront the leader at the, at the club.

Speaker 1:

Yeah. Yeah. So, um, that, that's probably the best scene in the whole movie actually. But then like, what are the Fanelli's pretty great, but we'll get to that. Oh yeah. Um, it kinda reminds me of the end of Chinatown, which is a different country in Asia. But the, the brawl in little Tokyo during the parade at the end reminds me of how Chinatown ends with Jack Nicholson. You know, like, Oh, everything stays in Chinatown or like, don't worry about it. Jack is just trying to, or Jake, it's just Chinatown. You could just say like, to these guys, you could just say like, ah, Hey, don't worry. New partner. It's just like, this is just like a little Tokyo. Don't worry about it. The guy gets killed with a sword every day here, you know, you know, I'm ashamed of it. I've never seen Chinatown. Oh my God.

Speaker 1:

I know. It's on my list of classics. I gotta watch Dave's, Dave's had a hell of a year. People, he's breaking hearts. He's taken ass and kicking names. Yeah, that's right. That's, that's another movie. I forget which one, but that's a movie quote where they, they mix up, you know, kicking ass and taking names. Um, do you, I don't even remember the movie, but they remember that's the line from the movie. Uh, but literally, I think there's been like, literally four movies. This is never happened. Dave and I have been friends for like, more than a decade. Like we go way back. All right. Um, not as far as like blood brothers and like, we just got a Nudie mag, check it out. We like, we're not talking about like 11 years old, you know what college? Yeah. College. So, so, uh, but then like lately there's been a handful of movies where like, I'm just like shocked that David hasn't seen him. Like, you know, well, there, there's, there's, you know, we all have blind spots. Like there's just shit I've never gotten to or missed out. I mean, fuck, not that I'm trying to plug them, but like Pluto TV,

Speaker 5:

fucking love it. I just, that's my GoTo and I don't know what I want to watch. I just go on there.

Speaker 1:

Okay. Oh wait. Oh yeah. The app, for some reason I'm thinking about,

Speaker 6:

um,

Speaker 1:

the Pluto movie with, Oh, what does it, Pluto Nash, I was thinking about Eddie Murphy. Yeah. That's funny. I don't associate the word Pluto with the actual planet

Speaker 6:

or uh,

Speaker 1:

or, or the Pluto app like he do. I immediately think of Eddie Murphy and Pluto Nash. It's kind of funny.

Speaker 6:

Um,

Speaker 1:

but yeah, Pluto is a super and credit like if you're looking for all the old GI Joes, if you're looking for all the old transformers like Pluto has no, wait, I'm, I think I'm talking about to be now. Sorry. He's also great. But uh,

Speaker 5:

well dude they up their game cause they got a bunch of like a Nickelodeon MTV and comedy central content. Whoa. So like they have like old episodes of are you afraid of the dark Doug?

Speaker 1:

Well, what I do like about Pluto TV, what they got on everybody is they have a 24, seven horror channel. I'm like, the other day I think when Dave first introduced me to this app and it's, Oh, it sounds like we're suddenly doing a commercial, like, Hey, downloaded tag, downloaded Pluto. Like, uh, Dave told me about it. I went on there and like that was the first thing I saw was like they were doing a marathon of like the first three Hellraiser movies. And I was like, Oh my God, it's a binge Watchers wet dream. And it's like, okay, I'm gonna stay up now until the crack of Dawn and like watch the first three Hilal razor movies. Speaking of which, I get to mention the fact that they hired David S Goyer to revamp a hell raiser movie. I don't know if you saw that story. How were you just coming back into hopefully a big way, but he did fuck up Dracula and the third blade movie. So who knows, maybe he won't do so well, but I'm very excited for a mainstream, a big budget. Hellraiser sequel. So let's, let's see. Or moderately priced, moderately, moderately budgeted Hellraiser movie. Cause I, I don't think any of those movies have had a very big budget. They, the first two were like independent room and dimension, tried to franchise the shit out of everything. And that was one of the titles they picked up and they fucking ruined it. But

Speaker 5:

although, you know what, I got a soft spot for how right. Hell raiser three just because I think that was [inaudible]

Speaker 1:

hell on earth. We saw hell on earth. Maybe. Yeah,

Speaker 5:

it's, it's cheesy as shit. It doesn't hold a candle to number one, but I like it for its own merits.

Speaker 1:

I don't know if there's any boobies in that, but it sounds like it falls into the horror and boobie genre. 90% of positive. Um, Brandon Lee movies, Ben's now binge later binge never, um, big trouble or excuse me, two big joke. Show down a little. Tokyo is an absolute good now. Um, I

Speaker 5:

never saw it until this last week and I, I might, it might be a movie a thrown to the rotation once in awhile cause it is. Like I said, it's from the guy who did come [inaudible] so yeah. Well we didn't talk about the finale. If you want to go over that real quick. Um, are, should we, no, no, no. Maybe I take that back. No. And let people discover it for themselves of things. Absolutely.

Speaker 1:

For the genre that it's in. I will say it's a, it's a cut above the rest, you know, we'll figure it out quickly and literally

Speaker 5:

I'm amazed that like how much fun I had with it. And it's gotten like great one lighters. Like the one that stuck in my head is like, all right, we're going, and I'm paraphrasing, I don't remember the exact quote, but it's like, all right, we're going to go take down the bad guys and then we're gonna go eat fish off those naked chicks.

Speaker 1:

Oh yeah. And I was like, Oh, I couldn't believe back then. And then that, that was a big deal. It's a big deal. Now. You know, that body of buddy sushi, but I'm also, this has got a lot of great one liners. Well, and how about that? That dreamy nighttime awkward one liner where I'm literally Brandon Lee's character is watching golf longer, his character take a bath and his little homemade hot tub inside of his, like his little Lakeside cabin there. And then, uh, he goes,

Speaker 6:

uh,

Speaker 1:

he basically, he just straight up tells him and he comes out of nowhere left field. Like there's no antecedent or anything. He just literally says, you have the biggest penis I've ever seen on a man. And you're like, all right, should we go fight these ninjas that are kicking in our window or like, do what you want to, you can, do we want to keep this going a little bit longer or like, uh, where you going with this? You know what I mean?

Speaker 5:

Well, yeah, I don't, I don't know if there's any truth to this, but I read on a IFDB under the trivia, they said something like, Oh, the original line was, you have the biggest Dick I've ever seen on a white man. But they fought thought white man was too much. So they just put it as, you've got the biggest Dick I've ever seen on a man. Like making that much of a difference.

Speaker 1:

Look, based on the magenta style coordinate like the magenta suit that Brandon Lee's character is wearing, how coordinated he is. You almost wonder if they were implying something about his character, but they just didn't have the balls to come out and say it. And then they just, then they just wrote it in a very stiff, stereotypical way. I also heard there's like four cuts of this movie. Like those are cut that's actually over a hundred minutes long. There's an a a 90 minute movie that the director did and then the studio cut it to 79 minutes and like, Hey, do you have any, I, we're talking about the luxury of knowing when to cut a movie and how to edit things properly. Like Walter Myrtle's an incredible editor and he never wasted a single frame. Like if you want to learn how to be an editor, read his fucking book because I'm, I don't even know if he's still alive.

Speaker 1:

I hope he is. He might have died, but he like started early enough in the industry that he was cutting into really cool shit. And uh, he's a great editor. He talks about editing with the eye and like making edit decision lists and like now like literally to justify these billion dollar budgets and the money they want to charge you for these movies that are coming out, they think you're going to sit through a three hour movie that has, it's 180 minutes long. The average blockbuster now it only has about 95 minutes story. That's it. So to have the idea that you can kill, you're like get rid of all that extra crap. Like there's no that like it, it kinda does move too fast. Like there are definitely story points in this movie that you can't catch because it's literally, there's no breathing space. But pre any of the frames on film, like they go cut, cut, cut, cut, cut, cut, cut, cut. Cut. If you're talking about a pattern of, of like of the movie, you know what I mean? Rather than

Speaker 7:

cut, pause, cut, pause, cut, pause.

Speaker 1:

But now that it's modern style movies like this,

Speaker 7:

pause, pause, pause, pause.

Speaker 1:

Maybe we'll cut now. We're not going to cut yet. Oh, okay. Now we'll cut. Oh by the way, I'm not gonna cut now. Okay. Uh, now we'll cut C like, um,

Speaker 1:

and maybe it's people cause people can't make decisions, I don't know. Or there or there's so much red tape between the filmmakers and the studio they're working for and the agenda of the corporation paying for the movie that nobody knows how to edit a fucking movie. You can do, I mean, I don't, again, I think another thing that bothers me, or at least I don't see much anymore is it seems like, uh, everything just feels like coverage. Like nothing feels like they're making choices anymore. Oh yeah, that's true. Yeah. Like, like think of like the 90s and the early two thousands. I mean, okay. Maybe I'm just sounding like an old man, cause I was like when I was younger, but like, if you want something from that era, you see like in a lot of, even like mainstream movies, very distinct style of editing, like, uh, uh, you know, you know, okay.

Speaker 1:

I'm not, he's not my favorite guy, but like even Michael Bay movies has like a certain tone or rhythm to them. Oh, so you're saying like technique has gone out the window like um, maybe I think I'm actually kind of making the opposite. I think it's gone too. Well, maybe it's uniform. Maybe everybody's technique isn't the same. That's the perfect word for it is uniform. Like yeah, you can plug in any director, anybody loving. Think they've knocked out the formula. So just go by this. Right. That's stupid. You see like genres applied like formulas but you still had room to make your own decisions but right.

Speaker 1:

I dunno man. Uh, yeah, everything just feels very basic now. Alright, well swinging back around to Brandon Lee, it was a great way to open the door to talking about a showdown, a little Tokyo and London for that matter. I'm a two year career, two careers and this movie and I knit him and mentioned that she plays the main female lead who also makes four choices cause she jumps into bed with that cop like without, without even like and actually after being like horribly abused, she immediately jumps in bed with somebody else. So she's making poor choices all around buttery, like naked in front of him right away. Like, Oh look away. Like why you don't have to get in the hot tub naked or at all if you don't want to be Google that she, she knew what she was doing. She will O T T occurs now when she's doing her whole career, don't, don't even quit.

Speaker 1:

Don't even question her decision making. She's in Wayne's world for God's sakes. You know what I mean? So let's leave it at that. Okay. Um, what was I gonna say? Oh we have to finish the binge now. Avenge later, bitch never. So we decided binge now show it on the little Tokyo definitely to out for me. Yeah. And I'm conflicted. Like uh, I would say you have to binge the CRO cause that's like that's top tier Brandon Lee and we don't know what comes after that cause he didn't get another chance. I mean, you know, Google it folks, it's tragic. I'm not going to talk, I'm going to want to, I don't want to bring this up. Great brand. Yeah, exactly. I don't want to go to a dark place about Brandon Lee. Uh, okay. So I say binge now. The Crow binge later showed on a little Tokyo binge, never is probably rapid fire from me.

Speaker 1:

That movie to me is super disappointing road. Oh, I haven't seen it, but it's because I came off of showdown a little. Tokyo was looking for more brand new Lee movies came across rapid fire and I was like, Aw man, come on. But I think powers booth is in there and it's like, this is slightly psychic card booth makeup for it doesn't make up for it. He just is there kind of a, you know, kind of part of the scenery, you know? Yeah. He's always such a great heavy though. Yeah. You know what, I'm going to just going to call, the episodes aren't even done running folks. And I think this was a great fucking podcast, you know? And I actually usually say, I usually say, I'll go listen to somebody else and then maybe you come back around to us, know you subscribe to us, you listen to us, you comment on us.

Speaker 1:

If you're on Castbox FM, you can actually comment right on the podcast itself. People can see that you can subscribe anywhere. Well, it's literally available on every single podcast server. Even ones that aren't even, that I don't even know of yet. It's there cause I just pulling it from wherever, wherever it lives. You know, I find it in these random places on the internet and I'm like, Oh shit, there's our podcast. We've been around a while. Folks were kind of like the old dogs in the blue block. Now you know, K we don't, we don't, we don't, uh, you don't have to crack open our phones and be forced write information about movies. We make our own decisions here. So if you want to hear some real shit, you get download a binge Watchers. All right? That's how it goes. And then if you like Facebook and Instagram and all that crap, we're there to, you know, we're usually showing you Kansas sodas that we're drinking, you know, typical things.

Speaker 1:

What else are you going to look at? Naked girls? Don't watch showdown a little Tokyo. I don't know how to help you. I just, I feel like, you know, young man, I can't entertain you anymore. You know, uh, B for B, what do you need? What do you, what do you want? What do you want from us? All right, jeez, you want free toys? Then you've got to leave us a review. I don't know how many times I have to say that. Otherwise they're just going to sit in my closet and then I think, I think eventually I'll tech completely own them cause possession is nine tenths of the law. So, you know what I mean?

Speaker 5:

Thank you. Have the receipts. So chances are,

Speaker 1:

yeah, yeah, but who wants to return something to Amazon like four or five months later, you know? Oh, did you see, well, have you seen end game? I know it wasn't going to spoil it on the podcast, but have you seen it? No, not yet. Okay. Spoiler alert folks were at the end of the episode anyway. It goes for 26 minutes. We're about four seconds over right now. There's a fat Thor in it and now fat Thor is a pop vinyl. Like I got to buy it. That's like a buy to open one, don't open the other, the pops that are was tracking are now like twice as much already. Like wow. So, um, I got to get on that one. That one's only 11 bucks. But if I don't get on that, I'm screwed. The ones from the Dumbo movie doubled in price. Um, what I was tracking on another one, it might've been the alien 40th anniversary ones. Those shot up in price. Oh, Braveheart. I was going to buy Braveheart six months ago, $9 Braveheart now was 50 bucks. Yeah. Yeah. So once they start producing, once they're out of their run, like that's when they, you gotta buy it from like a secondary seller or something. You know what I mean? It's like, then you're screwed.

Speaker 5:

Like I have like two out-of-print or uh, expensable. Um, just by compared to what I paid for them. One is I've got leather face, which is out of print for some reason. Yeah. And I, he goes, the last I checked, he goes for 45 I got him for 15

Speaker 1:

could be, I don't really like leather faces dropped off the face of the earth as being like the horror movie go-to, you know? Well,

Speaker 5:

because dude, I leave it to you. I mean, I'm, I think Leatherface is one of those movies that have like an amazing, amazing original movie and then just kept dropping off of each sequel. So it's legacy keeps getting tarnished by more and more seals.