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150 - The Godfather Part III

It had to happen someday everybody. The Dudes' bid you all Godspeed with 1990's "The Godfather Part III", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, starring Al Pacino, Diane Keaton, and Andy Garcia. If you know anyone that doesn't support this movie, they likely never saw it, or they have no taste. Either way, cut them out of your life! This has been an amazing 3 years, thanks to everyone who supported us, we miss you already! Other Movies Discussed: Body Heat (1981) – Directed by Lawrence Kasdan...


149 - Independence Day

With heavy hearts, (listen til' the end), The Dudes discuss everyone's all-time favorite, 1996's "Independence Day", directed by Roland Emmerich, starring Will Smith, Bill Pullman, and Jeff Goldblum. You know the plot, "David tell him!" Other Movies Discussed: Demons (1985) – Directed by Lamberto Bava Nine Lives (2016) – Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld Contact us below! www.dudesonmovies.com www.facebook.com/dudesonmovies www.twitter.com/dudesonmovies www.instagram.com/dudesonmovies...


148 - A Serious Man

The Dudes demand answers about existence and ponder The Book of Job with 2009's "A Serious Man", directed by Joel and Ethan Coen, starring Michael Stuhlbarg. When a person's life becomes a parade of misery, their faith in God is tested. And when your local clergy and even loved ones seem to hate your guts for no good reason, the only refuge is.........You know what? We don't know, and we're not permitted to know for reasons we've been told we could never comprehend. So join us for a...


147 - Life As A House

The Dudes analyze cinematic tofu with 2001's "Life As A House", directed by Irwin Winkler, starring Kevin Kline, Kristin Scott Thomas and Hayden Christensen. When a person knows their death is imminent, they tend to develop immunity to life's inconsequential nonsense, which ordinarily would be relatable. But when every imaginable storytelling cliche' is employed, it becomes harder and harder to truly sympathize with what should be universally appreciated. Join us for this R-rated Hallmark...


BONUS - Question of the Week Responses

We read your responses to our Question of the Week! Episode 141 - Nightcrawler What is your favorite Jake Gyllenhaal performance? Episode 142 - The Karate Kid Part II What sequel rivals the original? Episode 143 - The Sweet Hereafter What is your favorite film about grief? Episode 144 - Bram Stoker's Dracula What is your favorite vampire movie? Call the Voicemail! 304-804-DUDE www.facebook.com/dudesonmovies www.twitter.com/dudesonmovies www.instagram.com/dudesonmovies...


146 - Quills

The Dudes tackle censorship and religious hypocrisy with 2000's "Quills", directed by Philip Kaufman, starring Geoffrey Rush and Kate Winslet. Though the developed world seemingly enjoys freedom of expression today, if we look closer we realize that the careful management of art and information is about as bad today as it was in the time of the Marquis de Sade. Its not an easy subject, buts its an important one that affects us all. Other Movies Discussed: The Lost City of Z (2017) – Directed...


145 - Eve's Bayou

The Dudes machete their way through Spanish moss with 1997's "Eve's Bayou", directed by Kasi Lemmons, starring Lynn Whitfield and Samuel L. Jackson. When we reflect on any experience, did it always happen exactly as our memory says it did? Can our own minds be characterized as unreliable on something we're damned sure about? The Dudes don't fully know either, but join us anyway for a hidden gem from the great decade that was the 1990s! Other Movies Discussed: Good Time (2017) – Directed by...


144 - Bram Stoker's Dracula

The Dudes come hard after some very famous people with 1992's "Bram Stoker's Dracula", directed by Francis Ford Coppola, starring Gary Oldman and Winona Ryder. Is introducing suburban children to the magic of goth culture enough to save this sumptuous, practical effects-driven re-telling of Stoker's legend? Join the Dudes as they come to a pitiless verdict! (At least Scott.) Other Movies Discussed: The Lost Boys (1987) – Directed by Joel Schumacher The Wizard of Oz (1939) – Directed by...


Bonus - Question of the Week Responses - April 2018

We read your responses to our Question of the Week! Episode 136 - Fire in the Sky What is your favorite example of alien abduction in any film? Episode 137 - Raiders of the Lost Ark What is your favorite movie in the Indiana Jones Saga? Episode 138 - The Sunshine Boys What is your favorite comedy duo? Episode 139 - Magnolia What is your favorite Tom Cruise performance? Episode 140 - Deep Cover What is your favorite undercover cop movie? Call the Voicemail! 304-804-DUDE...


143 - The Sweet Hereafter

Coming to terms with grief and loss dominates 1997's "The Sweet Hereafter", directed by Atom Egoyan, starring Ian Holm and Sarah Polley. This story about the aftermath of a school bus crash in a small town features excellent performances and a particularly outstanding use of a non-linear timeline. Its not fun, but its still great. Join us! Other Movies Discussed: Spanking The Monkey (1994) – Directed by David O. Russell Monster Trucks (2016) – Directed by Chris Wedge QUESTION OF THE WEEK:...


142 - The Karate Kid Part II

The Dudes would never ask "Is this seat taken?" with 1986's "The Karate Kid Part II", directed by John G. Avildsen, starring Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita. Daniel Larusso, everyone's favorite obnoxious, ugly American, accompanies his mentor Mr. Miyagi to Okinawa. What transpires is a highly original film in many ways. (But not all.) Join us! Other Movies Discussed: Cronos (1993) – Directed by Guillermo del Toro The Apartment (1960) – Directed by Billy Wilder QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What...


141 - Nightcrawler

The Dudes sit by a police scanner and remember the habits of highly successful people with 2014's "Nightcrawler", directed by Dan Gilroy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo. What would happen if the most enthusiastic person at your company was secretly a psychotic who hated people and had a video camera? This movie. Join The Dudes as they crap all over TV news and imagine life trying not to piss off a very dangerous man. Other Movies Discussed: Burial Ground (aka Nights of Terror)...


140 - Deep Cover

The Dudes put on a new face and discuss 1992's "Deep Cover", directed by Bill Duke, starring Laurence Fishburne and Jeff Goldblum. Stories about undercover cops have been told a million times before, but thanks to great actors and a few original ideas, this movie manages to be somewhat unpredictable. (In places.) Other Movies Discussed: Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore (1974) – Directed by Martin Scorsese Do The Right Thing (1989) – Directed by Spike Lee QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your...


139 - Magnolia

The Dudes break character and take up 90 minutes of your time as they discuss 1999's "Magnolia", directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, starring Tom Cruise, Julianne Moore and every great actor you've ever obsessed over. Featuring an unforgettable ending and some awesome Aimee Mann music, this 3-hour epic never never takes a breath. Other Movies Discussed: Eraserhead (1977) – Directed by David Lynch A Quiet Place (2018) – Directed by John Krasinski QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite...


138 - The Sunshine Boys

The Dudes finally play the Catskills as they discuss 1975's "The Sunshine Boys", directed by Herbert Ross, starring Walter Matthau and George Burns. This love letter to Vaudeville was one of the best surprises in the history of the show, so slap on some greasepaint and join us! Other Movies Discussed: A Woman Under The Influence (1974) – Directed by John Cassavetes The Fountainhead (1949) – Directed by King Vidor QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite comedy duo? Contact us below! And...


Bonus - Question of the Week Responses - March 2018

We read your responses to our Question of the Week! Episode 132 - The Machinist What is your favorite example of an actor undergoing a physical transformation for a role? Episode 133 - The Best Years of Our Lives What is your favorite movie about readjusting to civilian life? Episode 134 - Heavenly Creatures What is your favorite Kate Winslet performance? Episode 135 - Dead Ringers What is your favorite David Cronenberg film? Call the Voicemail! 304-804-DUDE www.facebook.com/dudesonmovies...


137 - Raiders of the Lost Ark

The Dudes feel like Top Men as they discuss 1981's "Raiders of the Lost Ark", directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Harrison Ford. Let's not kid each other, you've seen this one as much as we have, so just leash up your dogs for a walk and have a listen! Other Movies Discussed: The Long Good Friday (1979) – Directed by John Mackenzie In The Mood For Love (2000) – Directed by Wong Kar-wai QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite movie in the Indiana Jones Saga? Contact us below! And don't...


136 - Fire In The Sky

Nobody believes The Dudes as they discuss 1993's "Fire In The Sky", directed by Robert Lieberman, starring Robert Patrick and D.B. Sweeney. Was Travis Walton really abducted in a forest clearing and forced into alien medical experiments? The Dudes attempt to get it all sorted with what might be the world's only known biographical science fiction movie. Other Movies Discussed: Backwoods (2006) – Directed by Koldo Serra Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) – Directed by Werner Herzog QUESTION OF THE...


135 - Dead Ringers

The Dudes fall victim to Twin Magic with 1988's "Dead Ringers", directed by David Cronenberg, starring Jeremy Irons. Wanna feel gross? Then join The Dudes for a lurid discussion of the Mantle Brothers Saga. Other Movies Discussed: Withnail and I (1987) – Directed by Bruce Robinson How Green Was My Valley (1941) – Directed by John Ford QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite David Cronenberg film? Contact us below! And don't forget to tell us what YOU'VE been watching!...


134 - Heavenly Creatures

The Dudes venture to the Fourth World with 1994's "Heavenly Creatures", directed by Peter Jackson, starring Kate Winslet and Melanie Lynskey. This intense semi-autobiographical film covering the infamous Parker-Hulme murder is not to be missed. Listen in! Other Movies Discussed: The Other Hell (1981) – Directed by Bruno Mattei Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) – Directed by Luc Besson QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite Kate Winslet performance? Contact us below! And...