The Incomparable

234: The Only Way Out Is In


  not brain science its rocket surgery [TS]

  we're talking about the core the [TS]

  incontrovertible number 234 februari [TS]

  2015 Jason snow [TS]

  i'm dan Morin I'm Tony similar and I [TS]

  continue to be John syracuse ah oh you [TS]

  know Joe steel asked us suggested to us [TS]

  that we should watch the core he's dead [TS]

  to all of us now which i'd like to say [TS]

  according to wikipedia is a 2003 [TS]

  american science fiction disaster film [TS]

  and that is that it literally all we can [TS]

  say about that i'm going to make an edit [TS]

  because disasters in the wrong place and [TS]

  that's hey you can't really tell it's [TS]

  like German you can't really tell what [TS]

  part of the thing that were part of [TS]

  sentence the disaster is modifiable so [TS]

  we could science fiction is one thing [TS]

  and disaster film is another so that's [TS]

  where they're going with that you know [TS]

  well this film is a disaster [TS]

  do I have to speak in defense of the [TS]

  core is no way you'll have your time are [TS]

  we have the welding statement i was [TS]

  speaking of which john any opening [TS]

  statements dan anybody got an opening [TS]

  statement [TS]

  no no can I say that I'm shocked that [TS]

  neither roland emmerich or Dean Devlin [TS]

  was involved with him in any way it is a [TS]

  memory memory escape its it is below [TS]

  that quality lime Rickey and this makes [TS]

  2012 look like just a masterpiece [TS]

  no no thoughts we haven't you ever seen [TS]

  those in close proximity like i have i [TS]

  was thinking more like stargate but yeah [TS]

  I'll Stargate at least had some like [TS]

  dependence day is is is better than this [TS]

  for sure [TS]

  so yeah not coming out yeah this is um [TS]

  yeah I don't support spoilers i don't [TS]

  know we'll find out later what I thought [TS]

  is it the core begins on green world day [TS]

  the city of my in our in our lovely [TS]

  hotel as a as a resident of the city of [TS]

  Boston i can tell you it doesn't look [TS]

  like that that's clearly Cooper so I was [TS]

  impressed that they painted the team [TS]

  logo onto the bus even though it's the [TS]

  wrong bus the bus look still totally [TS]

  wrong but the logo is correct [TS]

  yeah it's I mean it's funny because [TS]

  they're like let's like you know until [TS]

  later [TS]

  yeah let's let slaps them like the from [TS]

  Boston pasties on here like have [TS]

  somebody walked past the camera eating [TS]

  clam chowder [TS]

  something then someone vomit up green to [TS]

  the series [TS]

  yeah but yet you know we will film in a [TS]

  city that is that is beautiful and you [TS]

  know clearly not Boston you know nothing [TS]

  bad ever happens in vancouver though so [TS]

  also GreenWorld day I just want to make [TS]

  sure because there's a lot of [TS]

  misinformation in this movie I don't [TS]

  think green world day is an actual [TS]

  holiday so let's get that be four times [TS]

  are you saying the Green World day while [TS]

  a day is not is not honored as a holiday [TS]

  are you saying it's not even that may be [TS]

  the first scientific in accuracy in the [TS]

  movie it's not the last [TS]

  well is it similar to the World Peace [TS]

  Festival at as seen in the movie [TS]

  spider-man they probably something in [TS]

  common [TS]

  the world is somebody own the rights to [TS]

  legitimate holiday for mr. solo birthday [TS]

  earth is trademarks guys sorry [TS]

  hey everybody its Arbor Day know you you [TS]

  don't want to mess with the Arbor Day [TS]

  lobby they are big Arbor is gonna come [TS]

  get ya we say three days nope to close [TS]

  our lawyers say that in french dangerous [TS]

  how about green well trees of green but [TS]

  you can get away with it if you want [TS]

  another word there how about you know [TS]

  you don't do you know what the logo for [TS]

  green world days it's an earth to Blue [TS]

  Earth shaped as what's green but what's [TS]

  green everybody an apple [TS]

  that's right an apple they picked a red [TS]

  fruit apples are sometimes green it's [TS]

  not like they think that's the man is [TS]

  there sometimes green but if you're [TS]

  picking a log over green world then you [TS]

  need to make the earth shake like [TS]

  something green picking an apple seems [TS]

  on John Syracuse's someday you're going [TS]

  to granny smith apples going to blow [TS]

  your mind [TS]

  I said I understand that some apples are [TS]

  green but not a great choice for green [TS]

  load the file like the fruit lobby has a [TS]

  big part in this movie [TS]

  between that and the whole like [TS]

  flambéing uh was it like a peach and [TS]

  apricot or something later in the [TS]

  meeting who didn't understand what [TS]

  burning is I also yeah I have a lot i'm [TS]

  a lot to say but you're already me to [TS]

  skip ahead [TS]

  no no yeah you're gonna miss some [TS]

  important things because we are we see a [TS]

  bunch of yuppies and one of them says [TS]

  let's go make 30 million dollars which i [TS]

  thought would be really funny if this [TS]

  movie didn't make 30 million dollars but [TS]

  it did so [TS]

  I'm this money made 30 million dollars i [TS]

  recognize that actor too and I thought [TS]

  he was going to be in the whole movie [TS]

  you would think he looks your earlier [TS]

  that was that was about the first of [TS]

  your disappointments with instead he [TS]

  slams his face into a glass table [TS]

  yeah that was one of my favorite parts I [TS]

  said I that was what Lauren was saying [TS]

  before I came in here should i like the [TS]

  beginning where it's really creepy and [TS]

  people are dying and then there was the [TS]

  rest of the move [TS]

  well when I was watching the beginning [TS]

  when I was thinking of is the leftovers [TS]

  HBO show it destroys opens with the real [TS]

  steinadler that period yes yes some are [TS]

  just but it's the same type of thing [TS]

  where either people die or they [TS]

  disappear and if they happen to have [TS]

  been driving a car or you know doing [TS]

  something that needed a person they're [TS]

  all sorts of disasters happen and if you [TS]

  can so uh flashforward yeah same same [TS]

  type of thing I think all those TV shows [TS]

  did this scene better than this movie [TS]

  plant leaps and bounds just said because [TS]

  it's supposed to be like movies have [TS]

  bigger budgets and TV shows and stuff [TS]

  it's not even close [TS]

  also it seems like maybe a lot of people [TS]

  had pacemakers like a lot like within [TS]

  that one particular area [TS]

  yeah but you know young people old [TS]

  people do something or are just [TS]

  sensitive to electricity man in somewhat [TS]

  which is funny because immediately even [TS]

  though i'd never seen this movie by [TS]

  media thought when they started dropping [TS]

  dead with other probably all have [TS]

  pacemakers and my mind healthy right [TS]

  smart lovely i really am freaky good guy [TS]

  with you and encyclopedia brown a [TS]

  capitalist way to the earth and good [TS]

  luck [TS]

  I don't even know your updates that I'm [TS]

  not gonna risk it down you go but he's [TS]

  also smarter than everybody in the [TS]

  military in this movie whoa wow so this [TS]

  madness outside there's a crane shot [TS]

  there's a there's like buses that are [TS]

  slamming into things in a fire truck and [TS]

  it's very bad but we did we can't stay [TS]

  there long in Boston Boston because we [TS]

  have to go to Chicago where Professor [TS]

  aaron eckhart is playing a trumpet into [TS]

  rocks [TS]

  this is also i love this i wish they [TS]

  didn't cut away from that because I [TS]

  would have loved to known what that was [TS]

  going to damage like it's easy doing it [TS]

  was going through rockman yes we start [TS]

  the demo and he gets interrupted I'm [TS]

  like no please continue what was going [TS]

  to show us [TS]

  I would like I just I really appreciate [TS]

  the g-men always show up to recruit [TS]

  faculty while their lecture [TS]

  and the average research faculty member [TS]

  maybe spends two hours a week lecturing [TS]

  if it's like if it comes up that they're [TS]

  in their schedule but this is the day of [TS]

  the big trumpet demo so there's so many [TS]

  other hours where they're like they're [TS]

  at home there in a lab they're sitting [TS]

  in their office the reading email no one [TS]

  ever shows up to recruit you for your [TS]

  government project while you're like [TS]

  you're reading email it's always in the [TS]

  middle of a lecture even though faculty [TS]

  don't actually spend that much time [TS]

  lecturing per week [TS]

  well but I mean the cord is not wait [TS]

  they might have been coming in just a [TS]

  comb his hair also yet someone should [TS]

  have told aaron eckhart the frosted [TS]

  blond tips for not a thing for him don't [TS]

  work for him it was 2003 that was there [TS]

  were a lot of mistakes were made in 2003 [TS]

  I like the appearance of glenn moore [TS]

  show over here you may ask you know him [TS]

  as the guy who is always an agent in [TS]

  something and yep except when he's [TS]

  searing the airport [TS]

  well no he's not stealing the enterprise [TS]

  he's he's like a security officer so [TS]

  even in the future on the starship [TS]

  enterprise and structure connect [TS]

  generation [TS]

  he's also we're security he's always in [TS]

  security he wasn't 24 as the same [TS]

  character is my character you mean music [TS]

  I with some an earpiece [TS]

  I mean this again this is a movie i [TS]

  enjoy but most of the characters don't [TS]

  really have more than likely our [TS]

  dimension there are characters [TS]

  yeah I mean it's the french guy he's [TS]

  French what do you mean he's French [TS]

  that's all you need to know it drinks [TS]

  wine he likes cheese i'm not entirely [TS]

  sure what Aaron Eckhart's scientists [TS]

  name is called so i'm just going to call [TS]

  them sexy good scientists like just [TS]

  calling Aaron Eckhart is josh is josh [TS]

  the scientists use our scientists pal [TS]

  okay well but there's a lot of other [TS]

  scientists oh it's you know [TS]

  yeah but he's our scientists pal yeah [TS]

  well he's yeah scientists power works [TS]

  for me he is the palace i did i did [TS]

  enjoy the line so when glenmore shower [TS]

  comes to take him away i did enjoy the [TS]

  have a security clearance [TS]

  I haven't yet i like I I don't know how [TS]

  you get security clearance without [TS]

  knowing about it I feel like that is a [TS]

  challenge [TS]

  he's a scientist answer we scatter [TS]

  brained he did he forget he had it or do [TS]

  they just like give it to him [TS]

  it totally assigned to you that is not [TS]

  the stupidest thing in this movie that [TS]

  this military plays fast and loose with [TS]

  everything giving security clearances [TS]

  people they haven't met bringing a bunch [TS]

  of signs onto a base and letting the [TS]

  wall [TS]

  into the room with dead bodies for [TS]

  dramatic effect also creepy one of the [TS]

  nicer creepier moments in the movie [TS]

  although I felt like they were walking [TS]

  so they're taken to I guess back to [TS]

  Boston are they [TS]

  but it's never it's really unclear they [TS]

  have been watching you i see at some [TS]

  point and then they seem to be in Boston [TS]

  because that's where the dead bodies are [TS]

  but they're walking and they walk it is [TS]

  creepy when they discovered that it's a [TS]

  room full of dead bodies but they're [TS]

  walking it for a long time before they [TS]

  notice that there are tables with body [TS]

  bags all over they can only see what the [TS]

  camera sees and also like why is that [TS]

  you if you're a military institution and [TS]

  you bring people onto the base you said [TS]

  let's let's arrange for things you know [TS]

  the fader styles of funnel them so they [TS]

  enter the room with the dead bodies for [TS]

  dramatic if I say to that is I said it [TS]

  was more like punked [TS]

  yeah i mean that is the definition of [TS]

  where you should give a trigger warning [TS]

  is when we're going to send you into a [TS]

  room that's literally just stacked with [TS]

  corpses and while you're chatting the [TS]

  guy whose job it is in the army to [TS]

  disclose what they're about to see how [TS]

  the pacemaker so he died [TS]

  yeah also also I why I'm just the could [TS]

  be convenient to the fact that like his [TS]

  best friend is a high weapon scientist I [TS]

  don't know where they met or like we do [TS]

  they just hang out like science club is [TS]

  that is that also i just know each other [TS]

  yes I'll sign all the good scientists [TS]

  you know not the battery intense [TS]

  apparently the military has no scientist [TS]

  whatsoever because they needed to bring [TS]

  these guys in special then they needed [TS]

  to talk to them for 30 seconds and then [TS]

  they decided yeah we flew all the way [TS]

  out here for good [TS]

  30 second conversation and the guy says [TS]

  alright not a weapon i'm satisfied [TS]

  you're free to go that we should have [TS]

  considered email or maybe a phone call [TS]

  yeah would have been like hey you think [TS]

  this could be a weapon no ok done to be [TS]

  fair the military does have a scientist [TS]

  that's who the bad scientist that we're [TS]

  about to be introduced but you're right [TS]

  he does they go a long way for a moment [TS]

  where essentially what Dan did which no [TS]

  no offense Dan that was really really [TS]

  good leg work I mean I've seen movies [TS]

  before Jason maybe if they move for [TS]

  their be on board with this was a world [TS]

  without movies but meanwhile we can't we [TS]

  can't wait any longer [TS]

  you're dismissed it's not a it's not a [TS]

  net matter of national security so far [TS]

  as we know [TS]

  meanwhile in London is that what that's [TS]

  supposed to be there are intended auger [TS]

  square there are heard I mean it's a [TS]

  disaster movie except for [TS]

  Boston vancouver everything else is a [TS]

  place you're supposed to recognize [TS]

  thereby thought it was supposed to be [TS]

  Rome I couldn't have rolled his later [TS]

  later later that is Rome when they melt [TS]

  when they melt the the the Coliseum but [TS]

  I'll explode but here but here there in [TS]

  baranagar square where there are lots of [TS]

  birds and and then there's crazy bird [TS]

  action happens [TS]

  birds are flying birds or breaking [TS]

  windows because something has happened [TS]

  that has driven the birds crazy and also [TS]

  increase their density to the point that [TS]

  they if you've ever seen it i mean all [TS]

  of us homeowners know that if you leave [TS]

  a window clear without like a stick [TS]

  around or something a bird will smash [TS]

  through it right through and just [TS]

  explode your window seeing seriously but [TS]

  it's basically comedy it's like okay not [TS]

  like it's supposed to be it's supposed [TS]

  to be all know these birds but it how [TS]

  can you not laugh at this how does it [TS]

  not play like comedy like I'm just [TS]

  saying I'm glad someone finally had the [TS]

  gall to remake the bird the parents in [TS]

  five minutes of the call five minutes a [TS]

  to turn that you didn't need the hour [TS]

  and a half or whatever it's being filmed [TS]

  by camcorder then someone drops the [TS]

  camcorder and the camera shows with the [TS]

  camcorder is recording it's like what [TS]

  that was supposed to be like like [TS]

  touching like alas they left here but [TS]

  it's just not it's ok so my favorite [TS]

  part about that is the fact that they [TS]

  establish later on when they're like [TS]

  Harper's navigate with magnetism which i [TS]

  had actually also remembered from a [TS]

  radio lab I heard a few weeks ago but [TS]

  they also a camcorder which in that age [TS]

  is probably using magnetic tape does not [TS]

  seem to suffer any sort of effects from [TS]

  some sort of magnetic from the table [TS]

  magnetic stuff is very inconsistent for [TS]

  example people people with pacemakers [TS]

  drop-dead nothing else bad happens words [TS]

  go crazy [TS]

  nothing else bad happens all that little [TS]

  baby cries that's for narrow spectrum [TS]

  there a spectrum electromagnetic field [TS]

  interview with that there's that one [TS]

  bird a points to it first was dead and [TS]

  it's like that bird a pacemaker it's on [TS]

  the bird where many lames guys don't [TS]

  don't make me lecture you on birds [TS]

  science I'm ready okay not only to the [TS]

  birds have this super like the density [TS]

  of lead so they can smash through [TS]

  windows instead of just you know [TS]

  whacking them but also there's a great [TS]

  scene where there's the double-decker [TS]

  bus driver who might as well just have [TS]

  that the big beefeater hat and go I [TS]

  governor because he's just like a [TS]

  special guest appearance by john cleese [TS]

  and it was still not British [TS]

  enough to to sell John on it John that [TS]

  was roaming yeah in fact i think i was [TS]

  just misremembering the movie because ok [TS]

  whatever is left my head since I saw two [TS]

  days ago I just love the double take he [TS]

  does because there's there's a moment [TS]

  like what birds and then everything goes [TS]

  badly for the double-decker bus because [TS]

  the revivers right by Brian child though [TS]

  because he's landing one day after [TS]

  happens they just show the child's face [TS]

  and like not only has all this disaster [TS]

  taking place but a child is upset [TS]

  don't forget the London cabbie who a [TS]

  bird-like dives through the windshield [TS]

  light sweet side buttocks the Kamikaze [TS]

  brood yeah those windshield on those [TS]

  cars must be made a you know I'm telling [TS]

  John that glorious damage your magnetism [TS]

  weekend the glass in the fogger square [TS]

  area clearly pardon the birds weekend [TS]

  the glass good news though it wasn't a [TS]

  weapon [TS]

  no no we say it's not that there's no [TS]

  property includes not even in America if [TS]

  you want to make information about [TS]

  national security talk to some dude [TS]

  never met 45 seconds he has a ph.d [TS]

  what more do you need and and bleach [TS]

  blonde you know it's my care and it's in [TS]

  that one such as me that just means he's [TS]

  kool good that the internet is used [TS]

  really well in this movie about it we'll [TS]

  have more on that later but i like the [TS]

  moment here where there's the basic web [TS]

  search literacy which nothing basically [TS]

  they instruct do a web search for weird [TS]

  things involving animals and I'm [TS]

  thinking to myself you've just described [TS]

  everything that's on the internet i [TS]

  think the most unbelievable part of this [TS]

  is that he has to bribe his graduate [TS]

  students to do what he wants graduate [TS]

  students do whatever you tell them your [TS]

  PhD students like it i'll sign off on [TS]

  your dissertation is no question not a [TS]

  they always do what you tell them to do [TS]

  you don't need to promise them anything [TS]

  that's their relationship yet somehow [TS]

  feels like oh what you want his web [TS]

  search for me I like the fact like a [TS]

  jason said the via web searches like oh [TS]

  did sir I found this cycle BuzzFeed it's [TS]

  really seems to have everything will be [TS]

  actually it's about weird things [TS]

  involving animals I I have a note on the [TS]

  paint the Penguins in the pigeon seen [TS]

  the machine is when I first notice how [TS]

  terrible the score is for this movie [TS]

  community with James Horner and I feel [TS]

  bad in retrospect because James are [TS]

  actually writes decent music but this [TS]

  guy's someone clearly trying to be James [TS]

  Horner and it's kind of hilarious [TS]

  I thought someone bought a CD of like [TS]

  and movie soundtrack like dramatic scary [TS]

  scene and like just [TS]

  all its to its super bad like i don't i [TS]

  don't know he said he's a horror movie [TS]

  he's most last most violent Perry score [TS]

  yeah it is very generic well we have [TS]

  things involving animals and little I [TS]

  mean the cgi pigeons don't look awful [TS]

  those are all CGI pitches and they don't [TS]

  love you [TS]

  your higher recalibrating your own what [TS]

  looks I assumed they were rubber pigeons [TS]

  that someone was standing up screen and [TS]

  hurling people and you just a tremor bid [TS]

  you can't a dividing line on those I [TS]

  thought someone was running a pigeon [TS]

  screensaver on top of a movie that was [TS]

  playing I was able to graduate students [TS]

  one of them is a cylon just FYI [TS]

  yes yes notice that you gotta watch that [TS]

  one yeah when they're using an [TS]

  appointment online to do you think God [TS]

  to download sailor moon huh and do it [TS]

  and then where things involving animals [TS]

  yeah at that giant web search which [TS]

  takes up is all [TS]

  text by the way it's going to max out [TS]

  51like that's how the internet works and [TS]

  yeah if you're really picky about [TS]

  computers you should probably stop [TS]

  watching them do it just it just gets [TS]

  better [TS]

  well there was that one day remember [TS]

  when the movie people first learned a [TS]

  few words about internet they learned [TS]

  firewall and a lot of them learn t1 line [TS]

  i don't think they learned anything else [TS]

  John I think they've been stuck with [TS]

  apple press 25 yorkie you don't you want [TS]

  anybody still your firewalls everywhere [TS]

  eyes up the space shuttle makes an [TS]

  appearance which which lauren pointed [TS]

  out it is like it's like it's a period [TS]

  piece now hey remember when we had the [TS]

  space shuttle and it did lots of [TS]

  unlikely things in movies but here the [TS]

  space shuttle captain by hilary swank [TS]

  fresh from her fresh from her Oscar win [TS]

  Oh what was she doing in this movie [TS]

  Bruce Greenwood is captaining and Bruce [TS]

  well there's the candlelight pilot and [TS]

  the copilot doesn't actually pilot [TS]

  because the commander commands it and [TS]

  and Bruce Greenwood is there and but [TS]

  Hilary Swank fresh from winning her [TS]

  Oscar this is one of the first role she [TS]

  did after that I hope you paid her a lot [TS]

  of probably filmed it before she won the [TS]

  oscar know it's like three years later [TS]

  it's it's like terrible is probably the [TS]

  first big deal she made that cash in the [TS]

  old cash grab [TS]

  I think this might be it I think we may [TS]

  be whisking Hillary's Italian house here [TS]

  I believe this is the shuttle in [TS]

  never which is the same shuttle they [TS]

  drove through Los Angeles yeah she [TS]

  doesn't well yes [TS]

  yeah I hope they took it down in the LA [TS]

  River very versatile this one its way [TS]

  but I think it's way bigger than the [TS]

  scale of that crash actually implies [TS]

  like when they crash it in the river [TS]

  I've like I don't have you guys seen a [TS]

  spatial in person because they're really [TS]

  have also seen grease those things are [TS]

  pretty big [TS]

  yeah I guess that's true I i just have [TS]

  only ever been to it in Grand Theft Auto [TS]

  so I don't know how big their yes [TS]

  yeah that's pretty that scale so this [TS]

  part of the movie is supposed to show us [TS]

  that Hilary Swank has exceptional skills [TS]

  in some area and it's gonna just goes in [TS]

  all areas John in fact she's so [TS]

  competent I don't know why anyone else [TS]

  is in this mission they could have just [TS]

  said her she can do everything else but [TS]

  she hasn't yet learned what leadership [TS]

  means yes [TS]

  after that so the computers are trying [TS]

  to work out like where is she supposed [TS]

  to land she figures it out with a grease [TS]

  pencil apparently by I don't know [TS]

  looking at a map looking out the window [TS]

  and saying flat spot there go there and [TS]

  then she has to get that confirmed and [TS]

  it's just it i guess they're showing [TS]

  he's like a supernap and shit magnets in [TS]

  her head like a pigeon she's a good [TS]

  navigator [TS]

  no she doesn't that's why she don't get [TS]

  that out the window yeah that would be [TS]

  no good the movie will be launched in [TS]

  order just know she is she is she she's [TS]

  a you know she's a woman in the [TS]

  passenger seat and there's a man next to [TS]

  her doesn't want to listen ask for [TS]

  directions and she knows where to go [TS]

  she's willing to think the other thing [TS]

  in my right and i'm sorry i've i've [TS]

  fallen into just as bad stand-up comedy [TS]

  now that is sort of what this joke is [TS]

  right it's just like but I know but I [TS]

  know NASA will no one at NASA listen to [TS]

  me i have a map right here [TS]

  hey bruce bruce greenwood has Captain [TS]

  starships ok you knows what's true [TS]

  let's just remember this is the only [TS]

  character that attempts to have an arc [TS]

  so are they uh of course they're in [TS]

  downtown Los Angeles because of the [TS]

  magnetism they fly over Dodger Stadium [TS]

  there's a moment where i can see that [TS]

  Dodger Stadium in the background i think [TS]

  a dodger stadium and then of course [TS]

  immediately cut to Dodger Stadium [TS]

  bye-bye Dodger fouled a ball off the the [TS]

  spatial comes over like right over the [TS]

  top of the stadium like three feet oh [TS]

  but it's still got many minutes before [TS]

  will actually need to land so that's [TS]

  nice [TS]

  I caught up but they land in the LA [TS]

  River you may know it from various video [TS]

  games and you know Terminator 2 when [TS]

  many other many other things from the LA [TS]

  River yeah sure [TS]

  la rivers in everything and they land [TS]

  they landed and there's like there's a [TS]

  guy who's listening [TS]

  who's like welding things wearing [TS]

  headphones and he almost was crushed by [TS]

  the space shuttle but in the end he [TS]

  spared [TS]

  I like how there's that there's a I ate [TS]

  a section of the movie where they want [TS]

  you to think that the people who piloted [TS]

  this thing are in trouble like somehow [TS]

  this is their fault like you drove the [TS]

  spatial to the wrong place and it's your [TS]

  fault this expensive piece of machinery [TS]

  your career is over rear is over they [TS]

  would be heroes for successfully landing [TS]

  here on medicine [TS]

  yeah exactly the guy on the planet knows [TS]

  that you flew into birds you stupid i [TS]

  encourage you see the birds [TS]

  I don't understand what you the planet [TS]

  is pretty big place but you know just [TS]

  look down and land on the runway that [TS]

  space shuttle [TS]

  let's take a break so i can tell you [TS]

  about our good friends at Harry's you've [TS]

  heard me talk about Harry's before it's [TS]

  all about shaving for many people [TS]

  shaving is a pain it's uncomfortable [TS]

  causes Nicks and cuts and scrapes and [TS]

  razor burn shopping for razor blades is [TS]

  awful the blades are really expensive if [TS]

  they're even in stock behind that locked [TS]

  case at the drugstore so Harry's was [TS]

  started by two guys who wanted a better [TS]

  product and they didn't want to pay an [TS]

  arm and a leg to get it and make their [TS]

  own blades they bought the factory in [TS]

  Germany where the blades are made and [TS]

  that means that you're giving factory [TS]

  direct pricing because you're buying [TS]

  from the people who own the factory it's [TS]

  a better shave and it respects your face [TS]

  and your wallet these are high-quality [TS]

  blades and the ship for free to your [TS]

  front doorstep at about half the cost of [TS]

  the other big branded blades a great [TS]

  starter set that they offer $15 get your [TS]

  razor moisturizing shape cream and three [TS]

  razor blades wipe a $32 for a pack of [TS]

  blades when it's half the price at [TS]

  Harry's i've been using Harry's blades [TS]

  for a while I love their shape cream [TS]

  that light mint smell I use it every day [TS]

  well I don't go to an office anymore so [TS]

  sometimes it's every other day and [TS]

  actually one of the nice things about [TS]

  hair [TS]

  places you can figure out how often you [TS]

  need a refill [TS]

  like I do since I don't shave every day [TS]

  anymore i can cut back and like every [TS]

  month or two I get a new order through [TS]

  Harry's i love the shape cream they've [TS]

  also got a a foaming shave gel if you [TS]

  prefer that and I really like the blade [TS]

  it the the handle is a really high [TS]

  quality metal handle and then the blades [TS]

  are fantastic they're not kidding when [TS]

  they say that they are their [TS]

  high-quality I understand why they [TS]

  bought the factory so you too can [TS]

  experience this clean close comfortable [TS]

  shave and smell that nice mint shaving [TS]

  lotion [TS]

  here's how you do it go to Harry's [TS]

  dot-com right now Harry will give you [TS]

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  shave better today Stanley Tucci appears [TS]

  after this [TS]

  yay i was excited to see him I was like [TS]

  please save me but he didn't save me [TS]

  we make some bad choices I mean isn't [TS]

  all of the Transformers movies I think [TS]

  he's better in the Transformers movies I [TS]

  haven't seen those seats 10 their eyes [TS]

  in my house somewhere [TS]

  I'm just saying that the man's a [TS]

  professional ok that's all I'm saying [TS]

  yep i wish he did his like hammy [TS]

  transformers performance here he's so [TS]

  subdued and like you've got more than [TS]

  that really that whole scene where he [TS]

  likes starts foaming from the mouth [TS]

  later on and what is a little bit of it [TS]

  but I don't think he plays like the feet [TS]

  intellectual arrogant guy as well as he [TS]

  plays the crazy angry person but there's [TS]

  a top-secret binder guys that's the most [TS]

  important part [TS]

  there's a binder and it says top-secret [TS]

  will see it later too because nothing [TS]

  keeps a binder the contents of binder [TS]

  more secret than the big sticker on the [TS]

  front that says secret [TS]

  well it's just like when the military [TS]

  guy tells the people and just so you [TS]

  guys know everything here is all totally [TS]

  classic is totally classified they're [TS]

  like oh yeah totally got a spot right [TS]

  that's pretty much how security goes [TS]

  military will not be more classified [TS]

  guys someone reminds you oh and by the [TS]

  way everything I just told you totally [TS]

  class but yeah check thumbs up dude [TS]

  that's how national security works [TS]

  yep only as the Northern Lights happened [TS]

  in Washington Redskins your organisation [TS]

  was out there [TS]

  lights the Aurora appears over [TS]

  Washington the FBI reappears and says [TS]

  now we need you to come to the Pentagon [TS]

  I'm and and stanley tucci is there and [TS]

  they have there's there's a little [TS]

  sparring between stanley tucci and aaron [TS]

  eckhart about like science science about [TS]

  sciency things and all that and a a a [TS]

  peach ends and some air freshener is [TS]

  required to explain the core of the [TS]

  earth stop spinning i do enjoy the two [TS]

  of them working together to flame [TS]

  through a peach plum they were even [TS]

  explaining any of the cat the concepts [TS]

  involving the problem they were just [TS]

  like suffice it to say there's a problem [TS]

  the result of that problem is burning [TS]

  you guys know burning is wait hang on [TS]

  let me demonstrate this it is it isn't [TS]

  really for dramatic effect and not for [TS]

  science effect [TS]

  I mean he is a likely use of the the [TS]

  peaches like this is the representation [TS]

  of the earthquake that kind of makes [TS]

  sense but I don't know this whole part [TS]

  is a little ridiculous because you know [TS]

  if anything a giant military [TS]

  organization what's like PowerPoint [TS]

  slides and you know lengthy text [TS]

  documents they don't want and then know [TS]

  how but your science [TS]

  yeah they're they're pretty up on [TS]

  burning it could have been a lot more [TS]

  spectacular thank god aaron eckhart [TS]

  forgot to pack his trumpet okay yeah [TS]

  yeah I'm now going to play my trumpet of [TS]

  the speech trust me it will then drive [TS]

  it again i like using the peach to [TS]

  explain how the earth like has a core i [TS]

  think that was actually for people who [TS]

  don't know what corn that is that is an [TS]

  educational element of it in terms of [TS]

  also you know the beach is actually [TS]

  pretty representative in terms of you [TS]

  know the skin of the peach being [TS]

  relative to the crust of the earth but [TS]

  he calls to the Congressional pages or [TS]

  the FBI enter into whatever fruit for a [TS]

  can of renews it or something right and [TS]

  I i keep thinking like okay he's gonna [TS]

  get the lemon blade and he's gonna spray [TS]

  it and it's gonna be one of the things [TS]

  like well this is the solar wind but [TS]

  looks well look what happens it gets [TS]

  covered in this and move into goo and [TS]

  all that you know that at some point in [TS]

  the middle of it I think he's like Oh [TS]

  screw it let's just set this thing on [TS]

  fire maybe that'll get their attention [TS]

  because in a year we will be this [TS]

  flaming peach we will be peach flambé I [TS]

  i like that scene because i don't know i [TS]

  think it's silly as a funny ad hoc [TS]

  science mo but you know what ruins it [TS]

  for me when he drops the peach into the [TS]

  glass of water it is clearly not a peach [TS]

  really gotta have some charcoal problem [TS]

  and then I went and read and they for [TS]

  some reason in a movie where no expense [TS]

  is spared they could not find a good [TS]

  peach [TS]

  so they took a nap and painted to look [TS]

  like a beach and it kinda looks okay [TS]

  most of the scene but not in a hold of [TS]

  it the Apple lobby has its fingers all [TS]

  over this movie first the sign now [TS]

  that's a man how much how much time and [TS]

  energy did something like propensities [TS]

  been like maybe an apple to look like a [TS]

  peach instead of displaying a peach and [TS]

  I think that that is a metaphor for this [TS]

  movie so when someone ate all the [TS]

  peaches [TS]

  how much time do they spend making Aaron [TS]

  Eckhart's hair looks so carelessly that [TS]

  is their only chance of an Oscar that is [TS]

  just that's how that's how Aaron Eckhart [TS]

  comes out-of-the-box everything else [TS]

  have did you hire anyone get that that's [TS]

  yeah everything else with aftermarket [TS]

  that's that's default yeah so that the [TS]

  scene has the line that everyone made [TS]

  fun over there appeared in various [TS]

  videos like you know the person saying [TS]

  we just can't get there in the end he [TS]

  says yes but what if we could [TS]

  yeah uh we can't [TS]

  ah but what if we could no no no I here [TS]

  we had a couple we can't actually do [TS]

  that but what if we could also like how [TS]

  they describe what will happen when the [TS]

  course is shutting down whether they're [TS]

  basically like a plane will fall from [TS]

  the sky okay well we've got other planes [TS]

  will be super storms everywhere right [TS]

  well not scaring me and hopefully all of [TS]

  your a borealis we visible everywhere [TS]

  that sounds kinda pretty actually I [TS]

  really ok with that are so I'm cut two [TS]

  were in the desert out need another [TS]

  scientist and we meet Delroy Lindo he is [TS]

  a man with a plan [TS]

  yeah amazing little character actor has [TS]

  apparently unlimited funds he has a [TS]

  laser drill he has a magical he works [TS]

  for the government and he's obviously [TS]

  this is a boondoggle that's been going [TS]

  on for a long time [TS]

  he's a laser drill is a magic box that [TS]

  has a mouse in it didn't you shoot the [TS]

  box with the laser and the mouse is fine [TS]

  and since the abyss they've been legally [TS]

  required that science demonstration see [TS]

  including mouse [TS]

  yeah that's a nice thought I thought [TS]

  I'll contractual I hope there's like [TS]

  hyper oxygenated fluid inside that box [TS]

  the mouse can breathe it [TS]

  do you know how many mice they killed [TS]

  filling that up I mean they'll be dead [TS]

  by now and moving very very dark [TS]

  don't let her eyes unless one of them [TS]

  got into a longevity experiment with [TS]

  like calorie restriction but you call [TS]

  that living room [TS]

  there's but there's that scene where [TS]

  they like I i have i put this mouse in a [TS]

  box and a fire laser out-of-the-box is [TS]

  fine limp sitting there thinking well [TS]

  the applications for this technology or [TS]

  non-existence thanks Delroy Lindo knows [TS]

  you may have exactly one application [TS]

  chasing to build a ship ever did was lie [TS]

  anymore [TS]

  unobtainium that's like the best part [TS]

  about this movement at least they made [TS]

  it as a joke at least they're like you [TS]

  know like he says it as a joke it's not [TS]

  like your avatar where it said seriously [TS]

  yeah oh yeah that's ridiculous [TS]

  now we meet our hacker friend Oh DJ [TS]

  Qualls good rat Finch actually better [TS]

  hacker named take but noche [TS]

  damn he got in on the ground floor his [TS]

  handle is rat it's not like that like 19 [TS]

  and you not learn for ratatat accused [TS]

  yeah I don't know whether or not it [TS]

  ground floor that's that's how good a [TS]

  hacker here for years before Twitter [TS]

  launched he was there [TS]

  yeah he's not rat spelled with a for I [TS]

  mean he's doing great and he's when we [TS]

  first see him he's purging the memory [TS]

  core huh core mm he's nothing floppy [TS]

  disks down the sink [TS]

  we see my daughter might weigh something [TS]

  he's going to Magnus he's got magnets [TS]

  he's doing some night you guys have [TS]

  magnets but the floppy disks his best [TS]

  bet is let me try to shove these down [TS]

  the drain all of them by the way are [TS]

  larger than the diameter of the Dragon [TS]

  soon as a garbage disposal it's the [TS]

  garbage disposal we could meet back up [TS]

  John the first problem is that he's a [TS]

  hacker with floppy disks and there are [TS]

  magnets on the garbage disposal [TS]

  there's nothing there's nothing worth [TS]

  having on floppy disks even in 2003 [TS]

  maybe he has like some shareware he [TS]

  hasn't paid for and maybe those were all [TS]

  like leftover AOL discs i don't know but [TS]

  i don't think a single one fits in the [TS]

  drain like that scene is not very long [TS]

  but like if he's supposed to go through [TS]

  the motions doesn't know what they're [TS]

  they're not going to fit they simply not [TS]

  going to fit them buy rating is a hacker [TS]

  not a synthesis maybe he's like a misfit [TS]

  look who's being raided by the FBI [TS]

  he's just about to CDs into a microwave [TS]

  he doesn't know anybody he has ten guys [TS]

  with guns busted and he tells them these [TS]

  are not computers he is not a master at [TS]

  well you know how many languages do you [TS]

  speak I speak at 1 10 100 the way that [TS]

  sounds like minor readers do threatening [TS]

  so threat [TS]

  on that culminates in him making the [TS]

  2600 talking to herself hard on a [TS]

  digital fun with like aluminum foil [TS]

  I know yeah you know yeah your long [TS]

  distance forever the almost plausibility [TS]

  of like you got so close to something [TS]

  that is actually a real story about all [TS]

  around for decades but yeah so close [TS]

  though [TS]

  yeah you know it's true that waits for [TS]

  proximity i do not have a great deal of [TS]

  respect for our hacker friend through [TS]

  the how many languages do you speak [TS]

  through the line you want me to hack the [TS]

  planet and the fact that he demands inna [TS]

  tapes and a bunch of hot pockets [TS]

  dude don't lindo got like a billion [TS]

  dollars to build the like laser mouse [TS]

  box aspire higher it is really unclear [TS]

  why they need this guy around have to [TS]

  control the flow of information I felt [TS]

  like they just needed to have a hacker [TS]

  in the movie like I don't understand [TS]

  he's in the command center later [TS]

  yeah it's like couldn't you could you [TS]

  outsource this like why why why is he in [TS]

  the same room like dinner if everybody [TS]

  else is like they're serious desks and [TS]

  he's got all his little toys and other [TS]

  it's like you think it's safe to have [TS]

  the world's best hacker hanging out in [TS]

  the room of das fine he's playing [TS]

  partner feels my song kind of relate [TS]

  addition we're like your movie doesn't [TS]

  have enough young people in it you know [TS]

  all that old astronaut is not pulling in [TS]

  the demography interacting who is this [TS]

  is accurate remove a young teenage girls [TS]

  maybe I believe he I think TJ calls was [TS]

  actually in a bunch of dumb like teenage [TS]

  companies so I think he can keys in it [TS]

  he is their lowest bid attempt to get [TS]

  your day is going to give him all the [TS]

  funny lines await me yeah I speak one so [TS]

  Hilary Swank gets to fly a new mission [TS]

  they decided not to blame her for the [TS]

  your score stopping and and and her [TS]

  having to land in the LA River yeah and [TS]

  there's a little aside here with [TS]

  planting a seed for a plot development [TS]

  later on which is that this that destiny [TS]

  we hear about and it might be something [TS]

  important that Stan Kroenke is not going [TS]

  to come up again I'm sure she's a [TS]

  perfectly aboveboard scientists and [TS]

  destiny is like I don't know like some [TS]

  nice experiment where he's going to make [TS]

  gorillas talk or something [TS]

  I'm sure that he was just programming [TS]

  that bungee game years [TS]

  for it came out yeah i was disappointed [TS]

  when i find that wasn't spelled the same [TS]

  way [TS]

  yeah he is very important because later [TS]

  on he needs to spell it out for [TS]

  everybody exactly what it means [TS]

  it said we're never gonna get the [TS]

  follow-up project destiny's child who [TS]

  wow yeah you think this movie is bad i [TS]

  do everything I do [TS]

  unlike you apparently I you know I i [TS]

  love this movie for what it is i was [TS]

  gonna say he really like spelling things [TS]

  because then he explains the concept of [TS]

  mad [TS]

  yeah i mean this was far enough after [TS]

  the call board that you could have to [TS]

  explain that I guess you have to spell [TS]

  it do [TS]

  yeah well people don't know that it [TS]

  might be spelled in a strange like with [TS]

  a lot or something [TS]

  yeah i mean let's be clear he is not [TS]

  spelling it for the other scientists the [TS]

  character is standing in the room with [TS]

  his spelling it for the audience that is [TS]

  you know presumably a mildly altered [TS]

  state watching at this point the [TS]

  soundtrack is normally where you go to [TS]

  put the screenplay itself is all that's [TS]

  required to get you out of your right [TS]

  mind let me outline our plan and then we [TS]

  get a montage now unfortunately it's not [TS]

  an eighties musical montage it's more of [TS]

  a narrated montage we get a voiceover [TS]

  mhm morning we have voiceover we have [TS]

  disinterested voiceover we're going to [TS]

  build a laser mouse box ship and fly it [TS]

  except not in the area we're gonna fly [TS]

  it downward into the core and we're [TS]

  gonna blow some stuff up and it's gonna [TS]

  solve everything [TS]

  yeah if we if we did that made about [TS]

  this or anything a bomb can't do it can [TS]

  destroy asteroid it's been our the [TS]

  course car like if you're having [TS]

  relationship problems we can get right [TS]

  shipping magnate a nuclear bomb you [TS]

  can't let can teach other people to love [TS]

  Tony uh is that improvement anything [TS]

  that's an open door they should have had [TS]

  the the nuclear weapon open-front [TS]

  characters in movies that we say I'm not [TS]

  a good mom [TS]

  yeah there you you're suggesting a [TS]

  sequel to the court where the bombs have [TS]

  like personalities and chat and funny [TS]

  roadways get the leads to run for their [TS]

  money I feel like no portal turrets okay [TS]

  yeah it's nice that everybody gets to go [TS]

  on this mission like all the scientists [TS]

  the guy who made the laser yeah [TS]

  everybody except a hacker guy [TS]

  yes yeah but this is my kungfu and it is [TS]

  strong but let's not repeat it is [TS]

  yeah well it's not like it's like to [TS]

  talk about kind of food they he thinks [TS]

  he's really cool and I think at times I [TS]

  think the movie thinks he's really cool [TS]

  he is not really cool he's really not [TS]

  cool Jason remember 2003 would popular [TS]

  culture thinking look like yeah it's [TS]

  just I think it's simply a comment i [TS]

  think this is no I think this is behind [TS]

  the times either even for hat i don't [TS]

  know i mean yeah like the sloppiness in [TS]

  2003 that just strikes they were off a [TS]

  little bit [TS]

  this is what eight years after hackers [TS]

  came out [TS]

  yeah i think i think it should be a [TS]

  little more advanced today and and the [TS]

  net hackers in the net came out the same [TS]

  here [TS]

  what a magic hear that so they're [TS]

  starting at Marianas Trench I guess [TS]

  because they want to go through as [TS]

  little or as possible but in the grid is [TS]

  not things that's also not geologically [TS]

  corrected no no I is that same note [TS]

  Russia's sticker there they're saving [TS]

  seven miles out of like a 2,000 mile [TS]

  trail now so having seven they're out [TS]

  there not saving it sticker there sorry [TS]

  yeah sorry [TS]

  science is that because it like divots [TS]

  in basically I mean it's just it's a [TS]

  place of the middle of the ocean that [TS]

  has a name that you would recognize so [TS]

  they even they mislabeled it that the [TS]

  like they say that it's in the wrong [TS]

  part of the specific don't worry at and [TS]

  in exchange for getting this place where [TS]

  they think like oh we're going to a big [TS]

  hole because that gives us a head start [TS]

  the only thing we have to contend with [TS]

  is the massive pressure of the ocean [TS]

  sitting on top of it as opposed to [TS]

  starting in the air [TS]

  maybe but don't worry though because [TS]

  their ship you know deals with pressure [TS]

  just fine also it's a place where it [TS]

  they think it'll be a shortcut but also [TS]

  there's a risk of earthquakes so it'll [TS]

  be extra dangerous [TS]

  yeah well see that's the thing about a [TS]

  movie if you have a movie where people [TS]

  like travel to the Center of the Earth [TS]

  three two drills learn where it's just [TS]

  nonsense down there right because you [TS]

  don't know what it is or your entire [TS]

  movie super boring because it's all dark [TS]

  and it's all filled with rock and you [TS]

  know and I wonder how they were going to [TS]

  handle this in this movie because I'm [TS]

  like if that's gonna be half of the [TS]

  movie where they're just tunneling like [TS]

  maybe it'll be like a a locked-room [TS]

  mystery will be added to his throat in [TS]

  the ship or something like that that's [TS]

  that's give this movie a lot of credit [TS]

  shoppin but I mean like what are you [TS]

  gonna do once they start tunneling like [TS]

  there's nothing to see i guess i can [TS]

  look at a screening to see how far you [TS]

  going to go but the way they handle it [TS]

  is guess what the earth is filled with [TS]

  mostly what looks like empty space with [TS]

  a bunch of [TS]

  exploding gonna look like John this is [TS]

  not somewhat interesting movie club this [TS]

  is bad movie yeah this is to you you big [TS]

  strong I feel like all the people in [TS]

  this podcast who were angry the bad [TS]

  movie club featured a bad movie guys you [TS]

  guys you guys are great [TS]

  there are different categories of bed [TS]

  movie as you wish you well we'll wait [TS]

  till final judgment no wait no that's [TS]

  not what we're calling it i mean sorry [TS]

  legally just dig final yes that's right [TS]

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  where Rome gets hit by a static [TS]

  discharge that melted so that's that's [TS]

  later we also you what you did miss with [TS]

  their wales and that's very important [TS]

  yeah they are surprisingly sprightly [TS]

  Wales that's foreshadowing they move a [TS]

  dolphin speed i feel like i'm pretty [TS]

  sure it'll get smelted before we meet [TS]

  the whales now I thought that later it's [TS]

  later than the static discharge goes up [TS]

  because DJ Qualls is in the light [TS]

  control room and it's all like Oh Rome [TS]

  looks really bad [TS]

  according to my weather forecast where [TS]

  it looks partly cloudy [TS]

  yeah also the in Rome I don't know I've [TS]

  got I've got in my notes here that they [TS]

  do this is my country and its strong and [TS]

  then we get to see Rome and then and [TS]

  then they go to the Marianas Trench [TS]

  anyway the wit reason you know it's [TS]

  Italy just as a tip is in about two [TS]

  seconds there's like espresso machine [TS]

  and soccer on the TV and so yeah it's a [TS]

  patient just have the Pope walking to go [TS]

  it's a me and then we're gonna be [TS]

  setting up the Pope the Pope talks just [TS]

  like Mario did you not know that that's [TS]

  what even even the Pope's from other [TS]

  countries when they get in their name [TS]

  the Pope they just talk like Mario this [TS]

  is a it's a it's a rule anyway lightning [TS]

  effects in the in the room scene so bad [TS]

  pretty much sharknado level like I was [TS]

  that's not the movie the camp in mind [TS]

  yeah also please explain to me how [TS]

  lightning striking the Coliseum which is [TS]

  a not that big likely to be examining [TS]

  also made of rock and steel generally [TS]

  there is not enough electricity to know [TS]

  that was that doesn't make any sense to [TS]

  my knowledge as a not real scientist you [TS]

  have to put a lot of lecture city into [TS]

  rock to make an explosion is it possible [TS]

  that electricity is attracted to famous [TS]

  monuments because well that's I mean you [TS]

  know [TS]

  yeah we're not going to blow up anything [TS]

  that you don't recognize it isn't it was [TS]

  a well-known fact that disasters are [TS]

  attracted to well-known well the older [TS]

  Iraq building is the more electricity [TS]

  builds up in its core now wait a second [TS]

  Jason if you play the trumpet near these [TS]

  buildings what happens if they would [TS]

  explode that's why you place your bet [TS]

  you get interrupted [TS]

  sample ranks the poor Victor Emmanuel [TS]

  monument to also gets blown up here [TS]

  which is a yeah with all the horse [TS]

  sculptures on and everything very sad [TS]

  very sad that the point is that 52 [TS]

  minutes into this movie they finally get [TS]

  on the ship and they do are visited by [TS]

  wales was anyone else concerned that [TS]

  those whales probably have cancer from [TS]

  happening [TS]

  thank you yes I i thought the same thing [TS]

  because there's that one scene where [TS]

  Hilary Swank tweaks the x-ray thing and [TS]

  then a person walks past the acting like [TS]

  that person has cancer now you all right [TS]

  yeah look look he's not gonna die d [TS]

  we're trying to save the earth here go [TS]

  through three feet of lead but it's [TS]

  harmless don't worry those whales are [TS]

  just going to glow in the dark forever [TS]

  that's me that way that will be a [TS]

  downside is why i also have free long [TS]

  distance forever i will also i was [TS]

  concerned as they are experiencing the [TS]

  dramatic underwater earthquake that's [TS]

  totally just here because if we don't [TS]

  want them to just take off easily like [TS]

  they're just really getting rattled [TS]

  around and like they don't they just in [TS]

  jumpsuits like they don't have any like [TS]

  I felt like they should be wearing hats [TS]

  or you know or something I also like the [TS]

  scene where bruce greenwood reminds them [TS]

  to fasten their seatbelts get my [TS]

  question at this point is like why are [TS]

  they steering I mean later they tell you [TS]

  why they're steering but like you know [TS]

  you're going to their scores pretty much [TS]

  a straight shot like isn't just down [TS]

  like you can we just be going down the [TS]

  hallway good gravity gravity really [TS]

  helps you out there i have a positional [TS]

  question here which is they're going [TS]

  straight down right i mean the whole [TS]

  movie they're just going straight down [TS]

  but they're not they're all over the [TS]

  place because they have dodged like yeah [TS]

  it's the button on for something it [TS]

  seems like the way the ship is laid out [TS]

  it's like a ship that's designed to go [TS]

  like a ship yeah [TS]

  45 degrees straight as opposed to being [TS]

  like built on unlike levels where you [TS]

  have to climb up because they're going [TS]

  down and they're headed straight down in [TS]

  the into the ocean to the bottom of the [TS]

  ocean and they're all riding it like the [TS]

  skimming across Ramos is also tell you [TS]

  Jason to insert some more science as you [TS]

  get closer to the earth core gravity is [TS]

  going to diminish rapidly well that [TS]

  night over with it didn't have the [TS]

  budget for that [TS]

  yeah I mean I would you know yeah that [TS]

  would that would it would be cumbersome [TS]

  to have all those scenes later on [TS]

  ladders you know that the actors don't [TS]

  do that but they do make a blocking [TS]

  showing you the internal thing that's on [TS]

  pivots and they said pivot up to 45 [TS]

  degrees it's like if you could have made [TS]

  that 90 it would have been a lot more [TS]

  comfortable [TS]

  the strip straight down you know well we [TS]

  made the cabin pivot 45 degrees so if [TS]

  you don't tell more than 45 you'll still [TS]

  be level with the ground doesn't matter [TS]

  it doesn't mean we have to travel twice [TS]

  as far to get to the Earth's core don't [TS]

  worry about it don't work they also [TS]

  didn't design the pods to eject unless [TS]

  they were damaged it seems like an [TS]

  oversight and and its really lucky that [TS]

  they damage they managed to damage them [TS]

  in order from back to be honest I [TS]

  haven't won in the middle or they will [TS]

  real product gets blown off [TS]

  I I i did like how the script actually [TS]

  does complain about that and Delroy [TS]

  Lindo basically says look you made me [TS]

  build this damn thing in three months [TS]

  yeah i was i I made lots of decisions [TS]

  their skills that there's probably an [TS]

  easier way to do that way the ship they [TS]

  decide if they go into the stuff for the [TS]

  into the earth [TS]

  everybody cheers the ship looks like [TS]

  it's a worm in a tunnel a tunnel with [TS]

  nothing in it with nothing in it that [TS]

  there can be a camera shot pulled back [TS]

  it shows them passing through it like [TS]

  like it's a lobby is a glowy lobby [TS]

  yeah like something out of trying if you [TS]

  if you figure out how fast they have to [TS]

  be going to get there to them like what [TS]

  40 hours or something to get there [TS]

  they're making good headway through the [TS]

  earth it's a straight shot straight [TS]

  others like where does there where does [TS]

  the rock one it's a laser with no [TS]

  resistance place the lasers just there's [TS]

  not a lot of traffic the laser the laser [TS]

  makes the rock just vanish into like [TS]

  right it goes it goes someplace else [TS]

  like it certainly doesn't become a gas [TS]

  because we saw like the whole close [TS]

  behind them when they went in so where [TS]

  is that gasps going you know when [TS]

  there's no traffic is really easy John [TS]

  you're you're confused you're dealing [TS]

  with like Massachusetts travel time like [TS]

  you get out in the Midwest you get from [TS]

  like like Dallas toma hot like two and a [TS]

  half hours [TS]

  nobody else is down there yeah that [TS]

  later that they are really impressive [TS]

  for cutting the path in front of them [TS]

  until they encounter a genial jamia and [TS]

  so I can cut through everything but that [TS]

  purple crystals like out-of-work we're [TS]

  gonna have to take this one out with the [TS]

  blowtorch [TS]

  I thought that scene was actually kind [TS]

  of imaginative it's also stupid like [TS]

  Morgan what they had a moment of like [TS]

  please tell me they have to go outside [TS]

  please tell me why well that all my god [TS]

  they're actually going outside [TS]

  I mean that I mean I appreciate that [TS]

  probably you can tell a lot of there [TS]

  were a lot of compromise [TS]

  when they were making this script [TS]

  because it's like I'm really just going [TS]

  to be the whole compromised hour and a [TS]

  half of the movie like that's kinda [TS]

  boring all right we'll come with me [TS]

  everybody was movie ever and it's like [TS]

  why did they bring suits to go outside [TS]

  that doesn't make any sense they were [TS]

  expected to go out like they didn't even [TS]

  know this was here they were gonna go [TS]

  outside of the lava part like it's in [TS]

  case they need to inject in the center [TS]

  of the year they might fall forward we [TS]

  just shoot them up and they would [TS]

  immediately hit the edge of the tunnel [TS]

  and I well in case there's like a cave [TS]

  down there were dinosaurs in it that way [TS]

  yeah don't go outside in the cave with [TS]

  Dinosaurs go outside the cave that's not [TS]

  that's why they bother brought their [TS]

  giant dinosaur hunting guys ooh I'm a [TS]

  trained Boy Scout don't get out in the [TS]

  cave with that let's go to the other [TS]

  cave without those get out when you're [TS]

  in doubt your earth where the pressure [TS]

  is so high that you'll be crushed into a [TS]

  diamond [TS]

  yeah no I mean there's nothing that [TS]

  happens in this movie that is surprising [TS]

  or scientifically actually yes and this [TS]

  is this is one of those moments where [TS]

  they need to have a thing where they [TS]

  have to go outside and fix the ship they [TS]

  needed and also because we need to start [TS]

  picking off they needed so that they can [TS]

  have a you know a tragic death and make [TS]

  him an amp up the and a sacrifice this [TS]

  is it is it's paint-by-numbers right [TS]

  like it is literally you can you get [TS]

  every single development that happens in [TS]

  this movie is telegraphed it's and even [TS]

  when they do the things like all the [TS]

  things that we've seen before we see in [TS]

  the scene where you make the noble [TS]

  sacrifice you seen that you know we have [TS]

  to go outside we have to repair the ship [TS]

  who's gonna do it is that like all those [TS]

  things we've seen in other movies and [TS]

  every one of them is done in this movie [TS]

  is done worse than I've ever seen it [TS]

  done by i was watching anything right [TS]

  into it and we were trying to like lay [TS]

  out odds I'm like alright which one [TS]

  which of them dies first [TS]

  and in which way do they died and were [TS]

  like alright the asshole like asking [TS]

  eventually redeem himself but like [TS]

  sacrificing yourself nobody all the [TS]

  french guy he's don't we got written off [TS]

  there like you can just you can pretty [TS]

  much just figure out like who is going [TS]

  to make it was not gonna make it within [TS]

  the first 30 seconds of meeting them [TS]

  yeah yeah and so when bruce greenwood [TS]

  dies like he always does movies like [TS]

  this [TS]

  he's got he's got sean bean disease yeah [TS]

  yeah so he's gonna you know he's going [TS]

  to be he said you liked him your root [TS]

  form and you know he's gonna die and [TS]

  everybody's gonna be sad and somebody [TS]

  else is gonna be inspired by his death [TS]

  so when they you know it [TS]

  aaron eckhart plugs in his oxygen to [TS]

  save the ship and they fix things [TS]

  since sacrifices everything he does [TS]

  secretly is like is there any oxygen [TS]

  anywhere i'm sure the stuff in the suit [TS]

  comparable start but we have not used to [TS]

  be a use the same plugs and it was gonna [TS]

  say they're superoxide need to make sure [TS]

  does it but here's here's the thing that [TS]

  I love most in that scene as he's as [TS]

  he's dying is apparently awkward when [TS]

  they said Aaron ok you have no oxygen [TS]

  and he's thinking what would that be [TS]

  like how do i act like somebody who has [TS]

  no oxygen and can't breathe anymore and [TS]

  you know what he does he makes that an [TS]

  interesting creative decision to use I'm [TS]

  gonna just make it like I hold my own [TS]

  like I'm holding my breath [TS]

  so we seriously instead of like trying [TS]

  to breathe because you'd be breathing [TS]

  and all your beginnings carbon dioxide [TS]

  and be like like again to go back to [TS]

  some movie I mean like like 2001 or like [TS]

  the abyss where you've got these things [TS]

  for people with breathing problems [TS]

  instead it's like he just hold his [TS]

  breath until he dies and interesting [TS]

  they didn't learn anything from the [TS]

  Apollo program they're currently filling [TS]

  their their suits with pure oxygen well [TS]

  it's different when you're under [TS]

  pressure of the core it's totally the [TS]

  rules that are totally different what he [TS]

  thought was good because they let him [TS]

  bring his cigarette too so it's all [TS]

  gonna work out my god [TS]

  but let's focus on the idea that like [TS]

  this thing is just tunneled through the [TS]

  Earth's crust and it is hung up on one [TS]

  purple Chris yeah into its mouth after [TS]

  transfer vehicle laser the runs [TS]

  impervious to lasers yeah it's a special [TS]

  laser crystal i think they were trying [TS]

  to say was like to close for the lasers [TS]

  or somebody don't go over here cuddling [TS]

  with the earth I weren't prepared to be [TS]

  in that void with the geode which was a [TS]

  beautiful thing that they never thought [TS]

  would would be there but of course by [TS]

  puncturing into it they've they've [TS]

  allowed lava to come in and what's lava [TS]

  starts falling from the ceiling I said I [TS]

  guess we can hang out here a little [TS]

  longer yeah you know hey especially [TS]

  since they could just wait right a lot [TS]

  of exactly that is what I was a pretty [TS]

  thing like that purple crystal because [TS]

  that's not going anywhere really [TS]

  it's lovely i guess that they would yeah [TS]

  I don't know they probably needed to get [TS]

  out of there [TS]

  you already built a ship that can [TS]

  obviously withstand mag because you're [TS]

  driving through most of the time but [TS]

  they need to be able to shoot the you [TS]

  know cut that crystal out because what [TS]

  good is it said something like that yeah [TS]

  they don't I mean it's don't worry about [TS]

  it like you can make up like mad about [TS]

  the engine stalls like it's not really [TS]

  difficult to come up with some other [TS]

  reason why they might be stranded of [TS]

  and poke crystals poking interpreters [TS]

  else that the other side thing is you [TS]

  have the scene where old astronaut dies [TS]

  and falls and it's like is he gonna be [TS]

  okay that's like he falls into the llama [TS]

  it's going to be okay i think it's just [TS]

  a lot that goes into his helmet and it's [TS]

  clear that's melting into his brain it [TS]

  doesn't matter what happens I just that [TS]

  scene bothers me because people wouldn't [TS]

  sink into the lava so you only think in [TS]

  the stuff that you know the density it [TS]

  might catch on fire but the net yeah you [TS]

  did on flex might be bad for you but [TS]

  they're also have any like two feet from [TS]

  lobbyists like to take a step back you [TS]

  know [TS]

  yeah it should I just stand here on the [TS]

  edge and he's standing in front of the [TS]

  laser like I and my notes that he [TS]

  deserves a fiber standing in front of [TS]

  that laser because no matter what you're [TS]

  doing don't only turn on three of the [TS]

  way also let us take a couple steps back [TS]

  if we're gonna go outside the ship [TS]

  why are you gonna send the commander [TS]

  everybody went like it pretty much [TS]

  everybody left the ship totally having a [TS]

  lot of shape of the crystals that just [TS]

  like somebody somebody needs to stay [TS]

  inside so I think I hilary swank [TS]

  stateside ratio yesterday's learn about [TS]

  leadership [TS]

  yeah exactly at anyway they do they do [TS]

  saw the usual chainsaw to saw through V [TS]

  big that they have with them incase [TS]

  littoral we need to get our loads [TS]

  whatever the advantages in case they [TS]

  need to get out and do things and they [TS]

  go back inside and everybody sad because [TS]

  bruce greenwood has died in the he had [TS]

  he got like love in his brain and dials [TS]

  everything because they had previously [TS]

  seen lavas falling from the CM they [TS]

  could also see where it was falling from [TS]

  and he continued to stand under the [TS]

  place where the lavas falling without [TS]

  looking up french scientist makes it [TS]

  precise calculation that they have [TS]

  exactly three minutes until the layout [TS]

  all their math is done in their head all [TS]

  the scientist that means you you do math [TS]

  in your head without ever write anything [TS]

  down on the spot in the moment and it's [TS]

  a cure-all the science in this movie is [TS]

  improvised mind-blowing it precise and [TS]

  there is a line later it's like so we [TS]

  need to do this and then have these [TS]

  things off and everything is going to be [TS]

  within a few inches within a few seconds [TS]

  of each other [TS]

  no problem they totally ignore that they [TS]

  have a clock point later one of them [TS]

  doesn't matter yeah throws everything [TS]

  off so science is not an exact science [TS]

  people get paid for this movie kind of [TS]

  delights in I mean I guess specifically [TS]

  with the the [TS]

  you know Snoopy arrogant science [TS]

  delights in sort of an anti-intellectual [TS]

  like ridiculing the scientists every [TS]

  time they tried to say or do something [TS]

  to say haha something you don't know [TS]

  about scientists that proves that [TS]

  science is wrong [TS]

  there's a lot about like these guys [TS]

  should probably write some stuff down [TS]

  well yeah hilary swank a grease pencil [TS]

  so does made her the best navigator in [TS]

  the world and everything worked out [TS]

  great for him but these scientists just [TS]

  walking around saying stuff no good when [TS]

  you're riding with a grease pencil try [TS]

  to try to puzzle that out [TS]

  did no one stopping and like at least [TS]

  enjoy the part where science is [TS]

  apparently so important in this world [TS]

  that a scientist get stopped and asked [TS]

  for his autograph just like mob for his [TS]

  out exact time he's very peace peace the [TS]

  deal grass Tyson of any other thing I am [TS]

  like no scientist everybody's having the [TS]

  grass Tyson is not pulling out I so when [TS]

  they go back inside after bruce [TS]

  greenwood his dietary sad aaron eckhart [TS]

  said he's bummed out he's right he's a [TS]

  he's been revived from dot his oxygen [TS]

  when he was holding his breath too long [TS]

  and hilary swank and he share a moment [TS]

  because she sad because pre-screen would [TS]

  died and I really delighted miss there's [TS]

  a tossed off line where he says who's [TS]

  steering the ship and she's a video [TS]

  screen autopilot sure to use that the [TS]

  whole time and white knuckling this [TS]

  entire trip and now all of a sudden it's [TS]

  like I just gotta let the autopilot [TS]

  we're doing we're doing good it's right [TS]

  here on my iPad don't worry about it and [TS]

  she had not bad it was forward-looking [TS]

  it's like I don't have to pay that much [TS]

  attention to this thing practically [TS]

  flies this all mean seriously we're just [TS]

  going straight down just keep going down [TS]

  just keep going to turn left [TS]

  can I sell can't miss it was not a [TS]

  slogan for this movie the only way out [TS]

  is in or the only way out is through [TS]

  what was that tagline I don't think this [TS]

  movie has a slogan because i don't think [TS]

  it was in that and I'm thinking of [TS]

  another movie with a tunnel through [TS]

  which is possible it was like the only [TS]

  way out is in yet you're right it is the [TS]

  only way out is in this one also [TS]

  elsewhere in the guests earth has a [TS]

  deadline [TS]

  oh I've seen that one yeah yeah so don't [TS]

  go don't go through anything black you [TS]

  know that's where standards diamond I [TS]

  guess it can't cut through that with [TS]

  those reasons [TS]

  John it's like skiing black diamonds are [TS]

  bad yeah very difficult and disarmed i [TS]

  like how the diamonds are sort of like [TS]

  it [TS]

  it is seriously as if there [TS]

  enter an ocean the whole time because [TS]

  everything is yellow wood and things are [TS]

  floating in it and they're swishing and [TS]

  floating through the anything that's [TS]

  kind of what the mantle is like well we [TS]

  don't know that did you not learn what [TS]

  do you mean we don't know [TS]

  geologists know that yeah well do they [TS]

  come in science is really its kind of [TS]

  whatever you want it to be good with [TS]

  Dinosaurs down there we don't know [TS]

  besides what you believe Tony God we we [TS]

  were talking site that the earth is like [TS]

  a peach or sometimes that my attention [TS]

  that that is literally the 1 educational [TS]

  component of the of the movie and it was [TS]

  lost on you [TS]

  I just learned about burning that was i [TS]

  mean thats that was for dramatic effect [TS]

  that was not educational and I seems [TS]

  seems like all of a lot of swishing [TS]

  around dodging and moving and obviously [TS]

  they have to make it seem vaguely [TS]

  exciting and not just like a dark hole [TS]

  that you're like we're on a train ride [TS]

  yeah that's what I mean that the thing [TS]

  doesn't know how to deal with empty [TS]

  space so it's just as well [TS]

  yeah they didn't plan for that I don't [TS]

  know so then they breached by a pokey [TS]

  diamond mhm so the french guy has to go [TS]

  back to get the things with numbers on [TS]

  them that are like bomb stickers or [TS]

  something I me now [TS]

  now that one person has died like it's [TS]

  like now it's on like Donkey every 15 [TS]

  minutes easy now [TS]

  yeah we gotta like somebody's gotta go [TS]

  sorry so so he gets he gets locked in [TS]

  the back and aaron eckhart yells hilary [TS]

  swank to open the door but she learns an [TS]

  important lesson about leadership that's [TS]

  what my no she said she does she live in [TS]

  learning portal whooshes to ignore [TS]

  everybody and and be a coward and not [TS]

  open the director and their lesson was [TS]

  like I know if everything goes okay [TS]

  you're not a leader so make sure people [TS]

  die make sure you let him die [TS]

  guys I'm going to choose i'm going to [TS]

  choose my words carefully here but i [TS]

  think that may be the stupidest scene in [TS]

  the movie [TS]

  I'm not following he worries squished [TS]

  into the room where most then we're like [TS]

  like we're a bunch of interns are [TS]

  pushing props for your space [TS]

  he said that his face is like this room [TS]

  is really small and like and like really [TS]

  and even though the room itself is being [TS]

  crushed by the Earth's pressure like the [TS]

  camera is still fine up until 5p [TS]

  left-hand see them but we can see him my [TS]

  notes say he dies very slowly [TS]

  embarrassingly with a little dignity was [TS]

  good enough to put down all his [TS]

  important equations in a notebook that [TS]

  was discarded from his daughters like [TS]

  kindergarten class or something [TS]

  mainly I thought that scene could have [TS]

  been not the worst thing in the entire [TS]

  movie if we didn't see his face on the [TS]

  little video camera he might have just [TS]

  been bad as people said push the little [TS]

  green spaces like it had just been audio [TS]

  of him like you know that would have [TS]

  been way better when I would have done [TS]

  it a hundred times better and that's the [TS]

  kind of choice the director of the court [TS]

  doesn't make I was waiting for the lava [TS]

  flow in and kill him and instead is too [TS]

  expensive it's like metal shelves keep [TS]

  crushing him until he goes uh it's [TS]

  really just looks crowded it doesn't [TS]

  know Gabrielle pressure there it's like [TS]

  someone keeps putting this metal in my [TS]

  face but otherwise like but as soon as [TS]

  he gives up comfortable as soon as he's [TS]

  like uh then cut the outside thing Jax [TS]

  crumbled like a tin can and that's all [TS]

  you need to show was the bed cg [TS]

  crumpling we get it he's in there and [TS]

  some french guy who is also why are [TS]

  those timers so large [TS]

  well they have to hook they have to [TS]

  connect to an old-timey nuclear bomb [TS]

  that's been sitting a seven-second cold [TS]

  warriors are essential for nuclear they [TS]

  wanted to like they're like rack mounts [TS]

  though [TS]

  yeah well yeah but they have to [TS]

  interface with cold war technology that [TS]

  looks Delroy Lindo only had three months [TS]

  okay yeah no change in whatever he has [TS]

  on hand is whatever is left over and [TS]

  also I'm the video gaming attack that [TS]

  aaron eckhart mix on Hilary Swank is I [TS]

  was two inches from him other than like [TS]

  you were we dragged you through a whole [TS]

  other room and closed the second set of [TS]

  doors so he wasn't too he was but every [TS]

  store was kind of slowly closed [TS]

  compartment and the movie did take its [TS]

  time like out when he was making that [TS]

  argument was like you know the way that [TS]

  was shot it really did seem like there [TS]

  was time yeah I thought when the doorway [TS]

  or right I thought when the door closed [TS]

  like always dead now wait now let's talk [TS]

  to him for five always dead yeah you [TS]

  could and that's that's what makes her [TS]

  stupid lesson about leadership it's like [TS]

  you got to make the hard choice you [TS]

  think you just made the wrong choice [TS]

  there mean just go well that's the labs [TS]

  lesson about leadership is the stone [TS]

  that choice man [TS]

  yepp baby maybe he would for a lead-in [TS]

  the movement charge you'll probably live [TS]

  to the ends and let everyone else die [TS]

  we're going to make it through did you [TS]

  read the script or fine but it's ok [TS]

  we're checking off our ways that people [TS]

  will die we've got guy dies in [TS]

  unfortunate accident guy sacrifices [TS]

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  know I think we're up for Plan sacrifice [TS]

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  the uncomfortable but first we have to [TS]

  visit interspace central where everybody [TS]

  look sad [TS]

  I just yeah that awkward scene where you [TS]

  realize like oh crap did we leave the [TS]

  mic on for all of that [TS]

  yeah Shh have been listening to this [TS]

  which was also kind of weird because we [TS]

  have not actually had any kind of bad or [TS]

  mean like yeah like 35 minute [TS]

  conversation but what function today [TS]

  serving any way other than like watching [TS]

  the progress they don't seem to be 18 [TS]

  given direction anyway they should just [TS]

  have like screens up in the in like and [TS]

  parks around the clock and I just asked [TS]

  how when you dive through the thing that [TS]

  has like giant like electromagnetic [TS]

  waves and whatever you want like how are [TS]

  you using radio to communicate still [TS]

  with people they were trailing a line [TS]

  behind them that goes all the way back [TS]

  up to uhf antenna I get it that's [TS]

  something the lauren ask me which was [TS]

  why did they even send people on so I [TS]

  said well probably because you know you [TS]

  never know what might happen and and [TS]

  down there by the core you probably [TS]

  can't get radio [TS]

  signals through except did also this [TS]

  movie is slightly more boring it is [TS]

  clearly more expensive to make it what's [TS]

  up just robots are you going on man why [TS]

  are you sure that you're boring [TS]

  characters I mean why is every movie [TS]

  about space a bunch of astronauts [TS]

  instead of a bunch of robots imagine if [TS]

  it was r2d2 and c3po 2001 was trying to [TS]

  take care of that problem i watch that [TS]

  cartoon series stanley tucci is [TS]

  basically the c-3po yes that's true you [TS]

  make it you make a strong point [TS]

  unfortunately they end of the core and [TS]

  the core material is too thin and thus [TS]

  we said it turns out destiny is now ago [TS]

  we will fire destiny it which leads to [TS]

  have seen where I so desperately turns [TS]

  out is this thing that Stanley Tucci's [TS]

  been working on that's kind of like an [TS]

  evil science earthquake weapon thing [TS]

  it's all done retro actively and very [TS]

  rarely seen the military uses science [TS]

  for bad military yeah some people think [TS]

  it might have had something to do with [TS]

  the problems they did inside this movie [TS]

  bond likely doesn't seem like it yeah [TS]

  probably just happened on its own after [TS]

  millions gentle strange billions of [TS]

  years or just hanging out the earth just [TS]

  decided yet i'm done but it leaves it [TS]

  leads to a great moment where where [TS]

  Stanley Tucci rages and everybody down [TS]

  in the little core in the little [TS]

  courtship or as I put it in my notes [TS]

  stanley tucci gets very angry about [TS]

  having to be in this movie because it [TS]

  really feels like why am I even here [TS]

  that's what he's tapping that's this is [TS]

  happening 30 method actor [TS]

  why why why am i down here with you [TS]

  people there to get punched in the face [TS]

  by Delroy Lindo who he stole all the [TS]

  science off of but we know secretly [TS]

  they're actually in love [TS]

  yeah i did like it I didn't enjoy daily [TS]

  to getting punched in the face that was [TS]

  one of my favorite moments in the entire [TS]

  movie i think is one of the only lines [TS]

  that I gotta send out anyways had to [TS]

  happen eventually [TS]

  there's a little never little fourth [TS]

  wall breaking there's like yeah you're [TS]

  right i'm not a scientist does have to [TS]

  get punched eventually so to amp up the [TS]

  attention we have to see we have to see [TS]

  more destruction on a global scale up [TS]

  above [TS]

  how about the Golden Gate Bridge does [TS]

  that ever get destroyed in movies so a [TS]

  lot of my notes say like with bruce [TS]

  greenwood my notes at Golden Gate Bridge [TS]

  dies like it does in all these movies [TS]

  but invisible microwaves from space [TS]

  which are visible yeah is it they say [TS]

  they're invisible and then they show [TS]

  them immediately as invisible [TS]

  I mean that can be that can be moisture [TS]

  in the air and they works like like a [TS]

  microwave oven you see if you're bad [TS]

  sunburn [TS]

  yeah yeah they boil the water they give [TS]

  you a son because it's totally what [TS]

  microwave radiation does is this where [TS]

  the phrase boiling the ocean comes from [TS]

  because you're fine [TS]

  yeah the boiler bridge to you get the [TS]

  bridge melted bridge mixed up in your in [TS]

  your boiled ocean then so there's a guy [TS]

  on the Golden Gate Bridge driving and it [TS]

  is a traffic jam on the golden gate [TS]

  bridge which never happened which [TS]

  doesn't really have another the most [TS]

  realistic thing in the morning and he [TS]

  and he gets the end against his arm [TS]

  burned right and and it's one of those [TS]

  moments where like we're supposed to [TS]

  identify with this random character and [TS]

  see it through his so that we get so we [TS]

  get a personal version well so this is [TS]

  my my premise that I want to share with [TS]

  you guys which is as the golden gate [TS]

  bridge falls apart and i'm watching the [TS]

  core and I'm questioning things about my [TS]

  life I thought you know what would be [TS]

  good is if we just look we've stayed [TS]

  with this random guy to see his arm get [TS]

  burned and to see through his window as [TS]

  the golden gate bridge starts to fall [TS]

  apart [TS]

  why not just keep staying with him we [TS]

  watch his car fall in the ocean we [TS]

  follow it down to the bottom we see [TS]

  drives down to the core see we see the [TS]

  water fill up we see him drown we [TS]

  watched his body float away maybe we [TS]

  follow it [TS]

  maybe it gets eaten by a shark later [TS]

  part of it doesn't part of it washes [TS]

  that would be I think that might be a [TS]

  better movie than but unfortunately we [TS]

  don't follow his body so this is [TS]

  probably not even your favorite movie [TS]

  scene of the Golden Gate Bridge getting [TS]

  destroyed [TS]

  oh no ok do you want to do is a top [TS]

  three of your preferably the x-men 1 [TS]

  making that would be my top of the x-men [TS]

  1 although that is a really terrible [TS]

  movie but yeah but it's pretty [TS]

  spectacular destruction of the golden [TS]

  gate bridge i really like if I really [TS]

  like hanging out in a jay from Star Trek [TS]

  movie where they show the golden gate [TS]

  bridge and they have the giant laser [TS]

  fired at the golden gate bridge and then [TS]

  they turn it off and then and then they [TS]

  break the the chain and it's going to [TS]

  the whole laser is going to fall on the [TS]

  golden gate bridge and it just pops next [TS]

  to the bridge and the bridge is fine [TS]

  actually that really made me laugh [TS]

  because you know they didn't destroy the [TS]

  goal i think i want to Godzilla killed [TS]

  it and yea God's oh yeah and Pacific Rim [TS]

  doesn't Pacific Rim kill and bridgeton [TS]

  maine bridge is just a scout for yeah [TS]

  it's just like I you and me [TS]

  your story gets hit by meteors clobbered [TS]

  by a shark i'm just looking at the [TS]

  golden gate bridge in popular culture [TS]

  page on wikipedia which claimed nice i'm [TS]

  glad we have that I also I'll i think my [TS]

  favorite thing is that we see the golden [TS]

  gate bridge destroyed and then there's [TS]

  the like to cut to the news footage [TS]

  where they tell us that all of San [TS]

  Francisco's destroyed also [TS]

  but they didn't show us that becomes [TS]

  larger place with large parts of it were [TS]

  my car to see it like moving over [TS]

  towards clearly that's going expensive [TS]

  yeah we can we can we got it we got the [TS]

  budget for one bridge and then just [TS]

  imagine that the rest of the city when [TS]

  you have disaster movies when you're [TS]

  gonna kill like lots of people is kind [TS]

  of two ways you can go with it one is [TS]

  that you get cat you established [TS]

  characters and you have them sort of in [TS]

  the disaster area like main characters [TS]

  are family of main characters and you [TS]

  focus on them and the other one is you [TS]

  never see a person and it's more like [TS]

  independence day we're just blowing up [TS]

  models right and this is the weird [TS]

  in-between your legs [TS]

  yeah I want you to identify with this [TS]

  one guy who will immediately die it's [TS]

  like you have your gonna go for [TS]

  spectacle are you gonna try to make me [TS]

  care that people are in peril and they [TS]

  didn't either but they were shooting for [TS]

  both yeah that the inserting the [TS]

  characters into it is is kinda weird to [TS]

  i mean there's have you guys another [TS]

  horrible disaster movie The Day After [TS]

  Tomorrow where there's like places where [TS]

  there's like a cold front chasing [TS]

  characters and it's like nail know that [TS]

  it's like a weather man's nightmare [TS]

  might as well you might as well use the [TS]

  Yeti at that point for their arms later [TS]

  it's like we have with there's a [TS]

  blizzard and also but but making a [TS]

  polluted scary is really hard so how [TS]

  about some bull that's what homes that [TS]

  are immune to the coals are practically [TS]

  weather [TS]

  hey at least we didn't get to the part [TS]

  with the wolves in the corvere yeah this [TS]

  movie is better than that if this movie [TS]

  was on that scale there be like course [TS]

  takes in the middle of the computers i [TS]

  was waiting out a part way to go out [TS]

  into the geode cavern I might know the [TS]

  only way this can get better as if [TS]

  there's things alive in your abs [TS]

  yeah it would have been in this movie [TS]

  would have been improved by subterranean [TS]

  dwelling creatures of some kind of this [TS]

  movie is to try to level your steaks at [TS]

  science man come on [TS]

  science has never proved or disproved [TS]

  course takes let's be really hard to [TS]

  disprove course makes I enjoy that [TS]

  destiny is being run entirely by dudes [TS]

  in white shirts and ties in front of [TS]

  CRT's yeah HP the cgi for the destiny [TS]

  thing is [TS]

  Morsi is he it is like real genius level [TS]

  it's like a reboot level [TS]

  yeah it is reboot level I mean there's [TS]

  no there's no texture it's like we've [TS]

  just got flat giant things and like a [TS]

  green army truck texture on its one of [TS]

  the rare movie special effects from the [TS]

  two thousands that modern game consoles [TS]

  can trump hundred times and really in [TS]

  real time [TS]

  yeah i mean like any actual game destiny [TS]

  looks way better than back and it's you [TS]

  know probably they didn't want to spend [TS]

  a lot of money on that scene they put [TS]

  all their money into pigeons but ya [TS]

  didn't screensaver invented by a site [TS]

  like oh but they got those sweet gauges [TS]

  though with the power levels make those [TS]

  I don't think those are cgi think those [TS]

  are just likes no I'm just saying those [TS]

  are pretty sweet though we have leftover [TS]

  props from war games like we can do is [TS]

  write to that number is running its in [TS]

  fact all the same caste who they were [TS]

  locked in a bunker 30 years ago [TS]

  meanwhile that are our friend the hacker [TS]

  kid is is hacking something which will [TS]

  come back and I think they give him [TS]

  something to do he is their man on the [TS]

  inside helping to delay the people who [TS]

  don't have faith in the people like [TS]

  that's you know that I'm glad they had [TS]

  the forethought to set up that coded [TS]

  exchange of messages [TS]

  yes a penas that was there would be a [TS]

  secret hidden and also people get very [TS]

  angry because the code exchange of [TS]

  messages that's based on prime numbers [TS]

  includes the use of one as a prime [TS]

  number [TS]

  no we yeah isn't one the Primus number [TS]

  really what that would have been great [TS]

  if you just type 357 take off our [TS]

  computer literate nerds we've ticked off [TS]

  our geologist nerds you gotta get them [TS]

  all we take off our bridge nerds we [TS]

  forgot to mention on the bridge seen the [TS]

  bridge bends the wrong way after cut a [TS]

  hole in it should bend back and yeah [TS]

  well it's like them up they melt the [TS]

  cable bridge bridge nerds are the worst [TS]

  to work sorry but you're not sorry [TS]

  ah they're not as bad as flag near ok at [TS]

  the anything butt off the typeface nerds [TS]

  too because the typeface they use for [TS]

  the little titles of like where they are [TS]

  with the time they're lighter already a [TS]

  face that is but it looks several [TS]

  decades in gray look I expect to see a [TS]

  typeface over total recall [TS]

  no one's afraid of typeface nerds that's [TS]

  not good it's not good [TS]

  we're going to current me to death [TS]

  meanwhile down on me i'm down [TS]

  on the the the core Core shuttle uh [TS]

  Aaron Eckhart and Delroy Lindo are [TS]

  actively doing math there's a lot of [TS]

  math going on [TS]

  well they already have the answers the [TS]

  investigators shouting them out the [TS]

  other words they're working out there [TS]

  dude lots to talk about math when [TS]

  Stanley party some hardcore mapping and [TS]

  so they're massing and Stanley she's [TS]

  really mad but he's so mad in fact that [TS]

  he gets inspired and will tell tell them [TS]

  the secret of everything if he'll let [TS]

  him get into his cache of cigarettes and [TS]

  which one really establishes a thing [TS]

  going on why looks like he's using one [TS]

  like there's a point earlier on where I [TS]

  thought he was like 2 and on 1 or [TS]

  something it's like they're they never [TS]

  made a point of him not being allowed to [TS]

  have cigarettes yeah there's 20 minutes [TS]

  on the cutting-room floor separates [TS]

  exactly 22 nicotine if you show him [TS]

  smoking a lot but just like staring at a [TS]

  cigarette like doing like a ham what [TS]

  thing with it i think about how much [TS]

  more fleshed out his character would be [TS]

  if we knew we knew that about his [TS]

  nicotine addiction that's his entire [TS]

  character if I mean that is that he's [TS]

  he's got he's you know he's kind of a [TS]

  mesh of like you're you're you know [TS]

  Jacques Cousteau doing his narration he [TS]

  make him dress like Carl Sagan yeah you [TS]

  know what he's like a mean jerky Carlson [TS]

  make fun of him for pretending to be [TS]

  Carl Sagan so he helped me says we need [TS]

  to we need to to wrap bombs in each [TS]

  compartment and time them up so it's [TS]

  really fortunate we learned about the [TS]

  auto ejection system earlier because now [TS]

  we need it and they have to begin an [TS]

  argument about who gets the privilege of [TS]

  dying by a setting up the manual [TS]

  ejection that has to happen and Delroy [TS]

  Lindo cheats because he wants to die the [TS]

  most of all of them but they really they [TS]

  argue about bad cos an aircard remember [TS]

  like guys guys listen it's just me [TS]

  Hilary Swank come on yeah now later [TS]

  doesn't you just choosing who goes first [TS]

  yeah so the hacker or hacker pal messes [TS]

  with destiny they reject the bits hacker [TS]

  stops destiny just in time and says [TS]

  sorry Tony [TS]

  gotcha your comfort food is not strong [TS]

  at least at least he didn't say I mean [TS]

  like he's required it's something like [TS]

  he was already in I know it was like [TS]

  regular people but I mean if there was a [TS]

  scene where the monitor is reflected in [TS]

  his [TS]

  passes the way it totally doesn't happen [TS]

  with glasses and yes to say I mean [TS]

  that's you know that's the next level [TS]

  off they didn't have been playing pong [TS]

  was nice [TS]

  yeah yeah but instead we get your [TS]

  country is not strong [TS]

  come on it's worse than and we have our [TS]

  third third scientists death as he walks [TS]

  into that tube which I did not [TS]

  understand where that tube was in their [TS]

  ship that looks like it's just five [TS]

  rooms connected together but there's [TS]

  like a big tube somewhere [TS]

  although that was that's the amount of [TS]

  revenue sacrificing himself for when the [TS]

  stamina to she dies no no don't lindo [TS]

  died yes he's got a he's got a set up [TS]

  the injector and he's in like the tube [TS]

  where the impeller is so once they once [TS]

  they turn the power back on [TS]

  you know the whatever stuff there [TS]

  they're going through like an earthworm [TS]

  will get sucked back through that's [TS]

  where it goes John at after the blazer [TS]

  is it goes through this little chamber [TS]

  on the inside of the ship [TS]

  I don't know but so he doesn't hear [TS]

  there's a spooky tube that he's gonna [TS]

  walk down and melted and I do not want [TS]

  to be melted to death that maybe it [TS]

  won't work that was hot [TS]

  they made the to look I didn't look as [TS]

  embarrassing as the room or things that [TS]

  closer to your face [TS]

  yeah and his glasses crack and you know [TS]

  I mean that's a lot that you guys have [TS]

  to get to the end and push all the [TS]

  buttons and needs to do and dealer [TS]

  middle and happy [TS]

  yeah yeah he transferred to do an [TS]

  elaborate thing where there's like a [TS]

  adoria to open and then around thing he [TS]

  has to turn and push in and all that [TS]

  it's could see it's complicated but he [TS]

  built it so he knows how are they going [TS]

  to send a robot to do but obviously they [TS]

  don't have any robot also forget it [TS]

  help again no robots so that this is all [TS]

  great and we're going to we're going to [TS]

  save the day and it's gonna be awesome [TS]

  except it turns out that there was a [TS]

  massive miscalculation and they need six [TS]

  pounds of plutonium leading to the great [TS]

  line where we going to get six plants [TS]

  pounds of plutonium and then and then [TS]

  doc brown shows up this movie would have [TS]

  done so much better with a laugh track [TS]

  by the way [TS]

  yeah well well the best part about the [TS]

  plutonium line is it's immediately cut [TS]

  to something sparkly happens outside the [TS]

  ship and hilary swank shouts we've been [TS]

  hit by an energy flare ok something else [TS]

  that has not been discussed obviously [TS]

  maybe it was hanging out with stanley [TS]

  tucci cigarette yes in that yeah the [TS]

  energy flare on the cutting-room floor [TS]

  so aaron eckhart is [TS]

  is trapped in a compartment and and he's [TS]

  going to play and I guess he's the euro [TS]

  I know but still have the date that the [TS]

  the double fake-out sacrifice and let [TS]

  you go on ahead [TS]

  saved by the plot no you go on ahead [TS]

  this big everything rolled on top of me [TS]

  oh no you go ahead wait now the big [TS]

  heavy thing is rolled up me it was [TS]

  everybody gets a sacrifice sweet now the [TS]

  big heavy thing rolls off of me after [TS]

  I've sacrificed myself so I can sit [TS]

  around and have a cigarette [TS]

  it didn't even look that heavy like it [TS]

  was wobbling somebody and they're [TS]

  working on it is like seems like you do [TS]

  stand-up dude they only had seconds to [TS]

  get into the little little door thing [TS]

  just hold the door hold the doing it but [TS]

  he gets the he gets the information that [TS]

  they got anything i will write about [TS]

  like just putting like a crow bar where [TS]

  the door is going up and down its by the [TS]

  cells in the crockpot minutes [TS]

  can we go back a second more where they [TS]

  talk about the fact that in order to [TS]

  like set all these bombs off they have [TS]

  to be in very precise location and [TS]

  involve them just sort of ejecting [TS]

  somewhere in the middle somewhere [TS]

  isolated six pounds of six pounds of [TS]

  plutonium you don't give or take [TS]

  yeah it's not it's not a clear brothers [TS]

  out of precise application [TS]

  yeah also not science yeah we go but [TS]

  that's that's where there's that [TS]

  actually funny line where they say they [TS]

  list all the reasons this is ridiculous [TS]

  and say yeah no problem [TS]

  I mean you know if you're trapped in a [TS]

  courtship at the middle of the earth you [TS]

  might as well try but these kids are [TS]

  good these are the finest minds on the [TS]

  planet [TS]

  guys Leila's other 200 guys who were the [TS]

  press conference early could write them [TS]

  up again [TS]

  yeah you know I have to think that like [TS]

  a better plan to save these people of [TS]

  time and energy is like if they cause [TS]

  this thing with the giant destiny device [TS]

  which apparently has magical sources of [TS]

  huge amounts of energy to affect the [TS]

  Earth's core [TS]

  surely if you wanted to restart their [TS]

  score your best bet is to use the [TS]

  Machine proven to have the strength to [TS]

  to mess with your score rather than [TS]

  sending someone down here to set off [TS]

  bombs [TS]

  I don't know it just seems like you've [TS]

  you know this is a system that works [TS]

  I mean for certain values of works well [TS]

  it up again like blood setting off a [TS]

  bunch of bombs in your scar that might [TS]

  restarted the core is like an engine you [TS]

  know it would be great if this entire [TS]

  movie [TS]

  we're about how like some secret shadowy [TS]

  cabal was trying to take over by [TS]

  diverting all those billions of dollars [TS]

  to build delray lindos worthless ship we [TS]

  always really got to see what like the [TS]

  aftermath like now we've seized control [TS]

  of the world like this is this is a [TS]

  communist conspiracy this is the real [TS]

  sackler that's how they get you [TS]

  maybe this was the Cold War all along [TS]

  that right there trying to bankrupt the [TS]

  US by making them think the Earth's core [TS]

  and i think i'm giving too much credit [TS]

  to this mood [TS]

  I mean are you giving it any credit [TS]

  that's you know that you're right you're [TS]

  right positive massive credit nonzero [TS]

  massive credit is a bad idea [TS]

  I mean it's the it's the trope about big [TS]

  weapons of mass destruction being [TS]

  repurposed for good right I mean that's [TS]

  the you know sure that's just the kind [TS]

  of science fiction movie trope of you [TS]

  know sort of washers when you win you [TS]

  let the science get involved with with [TS]

  military i mean because that comes up in [TS]

  other movies right that's in sunshine [TS]

  we're gonna restart the earth and the [TS]

  sun by throwing during extended house [TS]

  whatever whatever you got super and [TS]

  regretted that and see you know [TS]

  yeah in fact if we had Superman he could [TS]

  just start the core spinning again [TS]

  probably so i would really so but you [TS]

  know there's only like seven movie plus [TS]

  boy meets girl you know Gotye through [TS]

  some hoops to the Sun for your birthday [TS]

  stop screams stop spinning at your you [TS]

  know I'm like just feed me nukes I'm [TS]

  ready [TS]

  you know core of a thousand faces what [TS]

  do you want from me yeah I preferred it [TS]

  when the the the core spinning part of [TS]

  the odyssey though I thought that was [TS]

  much more of a classic story than this [TS]

  dispersion I i think the moment where r [TS]

  where scientists Josh aaron eckhart puts [TS]

  the fuel rods or way that was like a [TS]

  star trek to kind of moment he's got the [TS]

  burn hands like I sacrifice with those [TS]

  answer her fine later but because you [TS]

  are totally irradiated here [TS]

  yeah he's not he's not good i mean like [TS]

  you know that those RX hands he's got [TS]

  yeah he's never liked it better but just [TS]

  his hands though it doesn't it doesn't [TS]

  matter i mean his hands are probably [TS]

  burned off the rest of us just a little [TS]

  cancer but it's okay i'm gonna die [TS]

  they're very big there's no way out of [TS]

  this situation so it's fine that he's [TS]

  gonna die or anything [TS]

  maybe in the core two he's a superhero [TS]

  or super villain I definitely feelin so [TS]

  anyway they're waiting to die he and [TS]

  hilary swank easy she's taking off his [TS]

  gloves and now he feels better and after [TS]

  moving around six pounds of plutonium [TS]

  and they're just hanging out waiting to [TS]

  die because my notes say if this movie [TS]

  made any success they be ok but in terms [TS]

  of the mission but they don't be dead [TS]

  down but nope we need like 20 more [TS]

  minutes [TS]

  so another idea which is we can use the [TS]

  unobtanium power source that we sort of [TS]

  wave their hands at an hour and a half [TS]

  ago to drive the impeller but we won't [TS]

  have the lasers [TS]

  so we're just gonna have to serve our [TS]

  way to the surface what in which case [TS]

  why haven't we been doing that the whole [TS]

  time I knew they were gonna have to [TS]

  serve the way but i really wish that [TS]

  they had harnessed the power of love [TS]

  instead [TS]

  well they harness the power of Wales and [TS]

  that's like the next best thing that [TS]

  love i did i did like Stanley cut to [TS]

  stanley tucci recording his thoughts [TS]

  into a tape recorder and he's like what [TS]

  am i doing and then the whole thing [TS]

  explodes and he dies but meanwhile cut [TS]

  back to the other little pod that's left [TS]

  and aaron eckhart in Hilary Swank are [TS]

  like welding some wires onto a door or [TS]

  something [TS]

  it's traveling so seemingly dangerous [TS]

  i'm sure it will be fine [TS]

  it's ok there's a part where they had to [TS]

  override a door they just pry something [TS]

  over and there's like a breadboard it [TS]

  because it's like you know liars [TS]

  yeah that's what's inside site three [TS]

  months again three months it's pretty [TS]

  good for three months of the ship when [TS]

  they they just completely redone the [TS]

  power source on that entire ship in like [TS]

  10 minutes with a little bit of water [TS]

  with a hundred degrees inside and them [TS]

  about to die so yeah that's pretty good [TS]

  meanwhile though we have to cut we have [TS]

  to come back to the service to see the [TS]

  thing w effects of the core implosion [TS]

  are being felt now for the rooty deep [TS]

  lotion reap lotion i don't know all the [TS]

  high school Howard there's clouds around [TS]

  the eiffel tower there are some camels [TS]

  in the desert there's a shock wave that [TS]

  moves the sand around a little bit [TS]

  ah yeah and that's pretty much it [TS]

  16 hours later yeah I like the part [TS]

  where they're like oh we can totally [TS]

  surf this shockwave all the way back to [TS]

  earth and it's like all sweet it's going [TS]

  really great for like the five minutes [TS]

  without 12 hours later on earth era [TS]

  where on earth tent is that all the way [TS]

  back to it they're actually in earth [TS]

  first edition [TS]

  the lights are out playing cards playing [TS]

  a card game maybe on a crossword puzzle [TS]

  like there's to pass the time while they [TS]

  apparently straight through come on the [TS]

  autopilot you know our pilot screen it's [TS]

  a man stop playing pong [TS]

  yeah yeah but somehow they are made they [TS]

  managed to find a way to get up to the [TS]

  surface to shallow water near Hawaii [TS]

  entirely without laser where they're met [TS]

  by the aircraft carrier which contains [TS]

  the hacker person for some reason they [TS]

  have gelled as a team amazingly they are [TS]

  there's an entire like naval group that [TS]

  is is sailing in the area where they [TS]

  would have emerged and all the people [TS]

  who were in the computer lab wherever it [TS]

  was are now they fall flown to Hawaii [TS]

  and on these ships but only just to give [TS]

  up and be like up i guess we can't find [TS]

  him a good thing they brought that [TS]

  computer with them you have to get a [TS]

  signal though it's but it's just wales [TS]

  and whales don't know anything [TS]

  as pointed out in the chat room in [TS]

  accurately suggest that Hawaii is at the [TS]

  edge of the plate when it's in the [TS]

  center they basically get all our ocean [TS]

  ocean to geology and geography mixed up [TS]

  but whatever reason I was hoping to come [TS]

  up through a volcano like yes it has [TS]

  also had today too expensive i wanted [TS]

  them to shoot out of like an erupting [TS]

  volcano in Hawaii and like land on the [TS]

  side of the of the mountain the mountain [TS]

  and be like it could have been the new [TS]

  tagline earth has it and we're gonna pop [TS]

  that would have been awesome if they [TS]

  will be very junior round of a of a [TS]

  hawaii volcano and then like outcome [TS]

  some lava and a ship and lands on the [TS]

  beach and a surfer walks up to and goes [TS]

  whoa what a ride dude [TS]

  aaron eckhart could have said he has and [TS]

  a high five and fire off some flare guns [TS]

  and it's and and then they eat a pizza [TS]

  so we've established that that Jason's [TS]

  prefer bad movie is in the bad eighties [TS]

  movies exclusively I think we were [TS]

  already pretty clear on that one right [TS]

  I'm sorry I'm sorry this movie was made [TS]

  to this being saved by whales in the [TS]

  shallow part of the ocean near Hawaii [TS]

  instead of them coming up through a [TS]

  volcano i think that would have been [TS]

  more awesome anyway they the the [TS]

  existence of the pod of orcas that is [TS]

  not the one that jumps up in the air is [TS]

  pretty awesome [TS]

  right in front of the helicopter [TS]

  whatever it is not the right whales they [TS]

  do say well they're way off course yet [TS]

  because they're not no no wrong Wales [TS]

  but that but it's okay they'll send a [TS]

  bunch of scuba divers with flippers [TS]

  instead I was really holding a scuba [TS]

  divers we're gonna swim down 800 feet [TS]

  and get instead is surface that was like [TS]

  oh come on do it do it they can swim the [TS]

  200 feet it's fine [TS]

  how do they even hook the cables on the [TS]

  it's got all kinds of funny things they [TS]

  already did that don't know how do you [TS]

  get the cables down all the magnets [TS]

  obviously ok magnets thank you okay so [TS]

  that's what I wanted I just want a [TS]

  simple answer like that [TS]

  alright my neck and they work my next [TS]

  one I'm not quite sure what this means [TS]

  it's it's a OS it's things that they're [TS]

  going to do I have my note is obscure [TS]

  it's NASA pizza classroom but those are [TS]

  the things they want to do hilary [TS]

  swank's gonna go back to net NASA she's [TS]

  gonna take a shower [TS]

  see she has an art and take a shower [TS]

  she's not just a one-dimensional [TS]

  character that pilots the ship CS wants [TS]

  and needs see as a person and aaron [TS]

  eckhart once you eat pizza and go back [TS]

  and teach in his classroom yeah that's [TS]

  totally different than at the start of [TS]

  the movie where he was teaching in a [TS]

  classroom without beat yeah we never saw [TS]

  me pizza [TS]

  those kids were just left hanging at the [TS]

  trumpet did you see him talking about a [TS]

  trumpet I think not [TS]

  that's an arc that's true you make a [TS]

  good point strong argument Tony they [TS]

  don't seem too broken up about their [TS]

  whole team died except for them they [TS]

  just kinda like what are you gonna do I [TS]

  don't know just a bad 12 hours to grieve [TS]

  yeah I remember those people on the ship [TS]

  with us you have good times you know [TS]

  what somebody really find out about [TS]

  their their her heroism [TS]

  yeah that the big you know the big [TS]

  capper like like we care so much about [TS]

  the world knowing about these people [TS]

  like now don't really care about the [TS]

  world know about these people [TS]

  it is not the you know the little cherry [TS]

  on top of this movie [TS]

  what everybody else in the world think [TS]

  was going on after the the same the [TS]

  Golden Gate Bridge you he's not really [TS]

  orbital wobble that's what the the ya-ya [TS]

  navy guy says that that does cause the [TS]

  Coliseum to explode in trouble so you [TS]

  know like like well that was just that [TS]

  was like it comes time to change the [TS]

  season that sometimes the bridge [TS]

  collapses it's very similar thing it's [TS]

  just worth stuff don't want to swap gas [TS]

  so i'm guessing so we get to our we get [TS]

  our hacker kid to leaked the info so [TS]

  that we can get I I really truly see [TS]

  these heroes [TS]

  how do you leaked information secretly [TS]

  Edward Snowden here's the answer you go [TS]

  to a cafe in lsi cyber cafe by myself [TS]

  sorry cyber cafe in LA with big binders [TS]

  with the big secret stickers on the [TS]

  front paper binders I don't know is he's [TS]

  gonna feed those through something [TS]

  why does he have the big paper binders [TS]

  you need to see something stamp [TS]

  top-secret that's right he has to read [TS]

  yesterday type them all [TS]

  yeah you don't want to put your hot [TS]

  pocket directly on the cafe no no so he [TS]

  does he also has a hot pocket on top of [TS]

  the big secret question so he's eating a [TS]

  cold hotpokket hotpokket this is even [TS]

  closer than I what I don't think that [TS]

  was a hot pocket i think there was a [TS]

  mcdonalds like no it's he establishes [TS]

  its from the line earlier yeah it's Xena [TS]

  tapes and hot pilot hi no but i'm saying [TS]

  things actually that's a hot pocket [TS]

  that's what they look like then I'm out [TS]

  of touch with modern hotpokket [TS]

  technology there's no such thing as [TS]

  water for me just solid rocket [TS]

  technology so they look at the apple [TS]

  pies from mcdonalds that burn your mouth [TS]

  yeah it's pretty much up for all we know [TS]

  they couldn't get a hot pocket okay [TS]

  no thanks like that painting is like a [TS]

  great American race shield with rubber [TS]

  pigeon it's an apple pie instead of a [TS]

  hot pocket because i couldn't get it to [TS]

  close behind cyber cafe and upload [TS]

  everything with a very slow progress bar [TS]

  that includes the phrase on its way with [TS]

  the apostrophe in the wrong place my god [TS]

  I killed me a killer on the wrong [TS]

  apostrophe s way that is a character [TS]

  error not a film there is no apostrophe [TS]

  their rat hacker kid anyway that hacker [TS]

  guy was then immediately arrested and [TS]

  put in Guantanamo Bay as far as i know [TS]

  he's lost lost a lot of hacker credit [TS]

  for using a word document feel like [TS]

  that's a demerit well you know he had to [TS]

  scan in all those things from the [TS]

  binders and that's the end of the movie [TS]

  guys forgot because if you just in case [TS]

  you're not jazzed up enough by this [TS]

  movie guess what we have an awesome rock [TS]

  song and some computer graphic letters [TS]

  for the credits that look like they were [TS]

  made in 984 I stop this [TS]

  you got to know all the credit you want [TS]

  to know all the names of the people were [TS]

  involved in this travesty is on saying [TS]

  those things are going to be huge and [TS]

  front and center and boy they are so now [TS]

  really get you going they are proud of [TS]

  what they've done [TS]

  jon amiel who directed this directed The [TS]

  Singing Detective which is a wonderful [TS]

  british TV mini-series written by Dennis [TS]

  potter and starring michael gambon that [TS]

  i highly recommend to people and I and [TS]

  then he also made the core so that he [TS]

  made a man who knew too little which i [TS]

  kinda like actually the Bill Murray [TS]

  movie but then he made the core so [TS]

  that's not what that's pretty much the [TS]

  death sentence for him [TS]

  I don't know these yeah they put him in [TS]

  a pod rejected that pod and watch the [TS]

  crumpled man so so what do we think Tony [TS]

  I'm gonna start with you i'm going to [TS]

  survey the the panelists about what we [TS]

  thought of this movie and and how you [TS]

  would rate it not using anything that [TS]

  you might hear on like another podcast [TS]

  about bad movies do you want to [TS]

  institute a new rating system just like [TS]

  like three smells or something I'll [TS]

  remember it well Tony I would like to [TS]

  know from you you seem to actually [TS]

  appreciate this movie so I guess you [TS]

  would say that all I don't put words in [TS]

  your mouth you usually you usually the [TS]

  prosecution goes first and just say it [TS]

  would you would you know I want you to [TS]

  explain yourself here why do you why do [TS]

  you actually want to defend this is a [TS]

  and enjoyable bad movie [TS]

  oh yeah i think this is an enjoyable mad [TS]

  movie I mean there's not a lot of [TS]

  substance to this movie and I don't [TS]

  think it pretends to have a lot of [TS]

  substances there's not really any even [TS]

  like kind of gaps for you to it you know [TS]

  stop and appreciate or think about [TS]

  anything it's just explosion dialogue [TS]

  CGI effect explosion dialogue cgi of [TS]

  packages up yet pigeons which are [TS]

  spoiler cgi FM um you know I have seen [TS]

  this movie four times I can't tell you [TS]

  the names of any of the characters i'm [TS]

  not sure why it's two hours 14 minutes [TS]

  that's all we got [TS]

  I did positive fighters like there's 15 [TS]

  minutes left in this movie don't get on [TS]

  the ship until it's 55 is not a great [TS]

  movie [TS]

  it's not be the best movie I've seen [TS]

  this week but we could agree [TS]

  uh-uh it's a movie [TS]

  in 2003 about being going to the center [TS]

  of the earth [TS]

  I think it's a fun bad movie um I mean I [TS]

  think it's stupid and I don't think it [TS]

  takes itself too seriously and this is [TS]

  the kind of bad movie that I like [TS]

  watching there's not i mean you compare [TS]

  this to a lot of the you know the really [TS]

  bad stuff and that they feature on mst3k [TS]

  we're like I think the hallmark of mst3k [TS]

  bad movies is you know that they make [TS]

  funny with their their their comedy but [TS]

  uh is long scenes of people driving [TS]

  places we don't have a lot of that we [TS]

  have like 10 seconds if you're going [TS]

  through your score and there's someone [TS]

  in the house be able to drive traffic to [TS]

  the core [TS]

  that's what if not about the journey [TS]

  it's about the desk space i know to me [TS]

  this is this is one of the best bad [TS]

  movies I've seen this movie four times [TS]

  I've seen this movie [TS]

  I you know I saw this week I'd seen it [TS]

  at least in the last two years I've seen [TS]

  it several times i think it's stupid and [TS]

  doesn't take itself seriously um I think [TS]

  it's my favorite of the very narrow [TS]

  genre of bad disaster movies and I don't [TS]

  know if you guys have others they may [TS]

  prefer then like armageddon and time [TS]

  again deep impact 2012 which I think [TS]

  it's awful but you know there's another [TS]

  format movie [TS]

  yeah all i think it is the best of all [TS]

  of those are in terms of a it keeps [TS]

  things moving [TS]

  you know it's just interesting enough [TS]

  but like yeah i mean this is not i'm not [TS]

  suggesting this is a good movie [TS]

  I'm suggesting it's a good bad movie [TS]

  it's not about the story is not about [TS]

  the character it's about amusing [TS]

  flashing lights that you look at with [TS]

  your eyes [TS]

  did you see knowing i don't think i've [TS]

  seen know that you should if you throw [TS]

  that in your name to a bunch of bad [TS]

  disaster movies I think knowing has a [TS]

  little special something that you might [TS]

  might enjoy and that something is named [TS]

  nicolas cage I and that's usually where [TS]

  i stopped working toward a visit to [TS]

  start going the other way just but i did [TS]

  Roger Nicolas Cage movie this week it [TS]

  was probably better the clip let's just [TS]

  say that it is it is one of one of more [TS]

  than one movie where Nicholas Cage has [TS]

  knowledge of future events [TS]

  yeah it's hard to believe but also [TS]

  really one called did the numbers or [TS]

  next nast yeah he will be in anything [TS]

  yeah was this was this actually [TS]

  released in theaters knowing oh yes oh [TS]

  yes I remember the commercials and there [TS]

  are people who defend the movie as an [TS]

  actual good movie so that if you need [TS]

  well that's preposterous [TS]

  well i'll check that out and if i don't [TS]

  like it i will never watch anything John [TS]

  syracuse recommends again oh I think [TS]

  this is not a good movie about your [TS]

  listing bad disaster movies and you said [TS]

  this was your favorite bad disaster [TS]

  movie is actually I'm looking at the [TS]

  director of The Crow Dark City yeah what [TS]

  is good girls i've seen so there is a [TS]

  out there [TS]

  yeah I mean yeah I mean I don't I don't [TS]

  like the trajectory those are and i made [TS]

  have negative Cajun it like you know you [TS]

  know what you're in for i think yeah you [TS]

  know I don't know I watched a faceoff [TS]

  earlier this week you know which is a [TS]

  John Woo nicolas cage but yeah that's [TS]

  all that's what makes my like me [TS]

  yeah i mean i-i think that maybe a high [TS]

  water mark for movies that have nicolas [TS]

  cage in the mile and john travolta i [TS]

  have I haven't done the math so I don't [TS]

  think of raising arizona oh you're right [TS]

  so that is that I rice wraps the rock [TS]

  yeah we're not here to talk about [TS]

  Nicolas Cage because he was not in [TS]

  bacoor although imagine that oh my that [TS]

  would have that would have helped a lot [TS]

  oh man good i don't that is not what [TS]

  helped looks like sir I damn damn what's [TS]

  your what's your verdict on the core is [TS]

  a movie that I've seen [TS]

  yep now check got nothing else alright [TS]

  uh no I a beauty I grew Tony it's not [TS]

  the worst bad movie I've seen that title [TS]

  as I think still held by mortal kombat [TS]

  annihilation i have seen a hundred [TS]

  movies worse than this movie I just want [TS]

  to be clear [TS]

  yeah so I I you know so there's the [TS]

  thing about we said it's like a [TS]

  paint-by-numbers movie and it is and [TS]

  there's something comforting in that is [TS]

  like I know exactly what's gonna happen [TS]

  everything right beer [TS]

  it's like you realize oh I have [TS]

  internalized the structure Mary [TS]

  Hollywood action movie completely [TS]

  because it isn't every boss that except [TS]

  for maybe that that aaron eckhart and [TS]

  Hilary Swank don't like explicitly get [TS]

  together at the end of the film like is [TS]

  there like like they kiss at one point [TS]

  sling just like those are happy like to [TS]

  survive but like they didn't throw in [TS]

  the gratuitous love story thing I feel [TS]

  like that might be the only like [TS]

  cliché narrative convention that we [TS]

  really lacked here so maybe there [TS]

  there's something in the quarter [TS]

  surprised even me John your thoughts so [TS]

  I've seen most of those bad disaster [TS]

  movies are listed Armageddon deep impact [TS]

  day after tomorrow 2012 and maybe it's [TS]

  because I haven't seen them recently [TS]

  enough although 2000 that is it 2012 is [TS]

  fairly recent but the thing that really [TS]

  blew me away about this movie or two [TS]

  parts of one the general blandness of [TS]

  the scenes and it what that means when [TS]

  you're watching a bad movie is like well [TS]

  the dialogue here is not totally [TS]

  embarrassing [TS]

  it seems kind of self-aware like what I [TS]

  was thinking is like comparing it to you [TS]

  know other movies that I've seen far [TS]

  worse in many different ways the actors [TS]

  in this movie not the worst actors in [TS]

  the world their performances not great [TS]

  but they're just it was kind of like [TS]

  bland and what I'm looking for in a bad [TS]

  movie now that i'm really looking for [TS]

  anything I don't like bad movies in [TS]

  general but if if I'm going to enjoy it [TS]

  as a like boy is this ridiculous [TS]

  someone needs to go the the movie needs [TS]

  to go more over-the-top and this was [TS]

  kind of bland the second thing that [TS]

  struck me about it is how much worse [TS]

  like the sort of the basic stuff about [TS]

  the movie was the soundtrack stands out [TS]

  really strongly because it is but so [TS]

  sort of 30 if you had them making a [TS]

  movie inside a movie and they showed the [TS]

  soundtrack when they were like looking [TS]

  at the footage of the movie they're [TS]

  making inside the moving like a comedy [TS]

  this is the soundtrack it would have [TS]

  super generic really cliche like just [TS]

  just embarrassing the same thing with [TS]

  the voiceovers and just every scene with [TS]

  CGI the way everything was shot it was [TS]

  just it was just like down a notch from [TS]

  just like how can I kept looking at the [TS]

  year of the movie 2003 like yeah it [TS]

  looks it looks so much worse than I [TS]

  thought it should for the period and [TS]

  it's like okay so finally we looked like [TS]

  you shouldn't really doing it for that [TS]

  because if it was if it was like [TS]

  over-the-top and bad in other ways i [TS]

  think it would have enjoyed it more but [TS]

  it just it was when i was kinda bored by [TS]

  it like and you know again it's because [TS]

  maybe the performances in the writing [TS]

  were not crazy enough like they weren't [TS]

  they weren't willing to embrace the idea [TS]

  that what they were making here was a [TS]

  bad [TS]

  movies that they just made like it just [TS]

  kind of laid there and it was like I was [TS]

  just bored by it and that there was no [TS]

  character i was excited about seeing [TS]

  shoot scenery there was no event that i [TS]

  saw that i was excited to see like [TS]

  everything even the pigeons early on [TS]

  like more of that would have been better [TS]

  because once they're tunneling with that [TS]

  stupid thing is just so dire and take [TS]

  itself seriously and I i just i did not [TS]

  enjoy if 2012 came back on TV I feel [TS]

  like I would watch it just to see the [TS]

  radicalization same thing with deep [TS]

  impact and Armageddon both of which i [TS]

  think i've seen multiple times in [TS]

  various pieces but this came on TV again [TS]

  I would never stay on a channel i would [TS]

  I just like to remind you guys of some [TS]

  of the other movies that came out in [TS]

  2003 which I know was a long time ago [TS]

  and there are some good movies in 2003 [TS]

  but I i would suggest is not even the [TS]

  worst movie of 2003 because he doesn't [TS]

  fit three features such things as the [TS]

  angley's the Hulk [TS]

  oh I like that guy thats easily that's [TS]

  that's attractive it was not a good [TS]

  movie but I liked it was it was more [TS]

  extremely now we simply at evidence a [TS]

  evidence be the League of Extraordinary [TS]

  Gentlemen movie can't say well let your [TS]

  unit you're missing out on a movie that [TS]

  it's that it's called that those before [TS]

  they figured out how to do superhero [TS]

  comic book movies right [TS]

  oh yes well be that segues directly into [TS]

  evidence see the daredevil movie [TS]

  Oh multicare double the the daredevil [TS]

  movie might be better no yes better than [TS]

  this it might be better to Michael and I [TS]

  have not gone back to it i only saw it [TS]

  once in the theaters that was enough [TS]

  yeah we also the classic from 2003 which [TS]

  might be better than this 2 fast 2 [TS]

  furious so you know best name movie [TS]

  sequel ever i think we can all agree I i [TS]

  think this i'm kinda with John on this [TS]

  that I feel like this was not quite [TS]

  ridiculous enough like like deep impact [TS]

  like I can watch that just to watch the [TS]

  the backpedaling of Morgan Freeman as [TS]

  the president where he always comes on [TS]

  to reassure people that everybody's [TS]

  going to be okay and then because comes [TS]

  on again this is ok that thing I said [TS]

  before that turned out to be totally [TS]

  false but this next they are reassuring [TS]

  so reassuring and so wrong until the [TS]

  last his last dresses like there's a [TS]

  system of caves we're gonna hide the [TS]

  casing [TS]

  just click right now where the games are [TS]

  you're not gonna be night and I was [TS]

  thinking about that movie and how I saw [TS]

  in the movie theater and how I remember [TS]

  too much of it on this [TS]

  that's always photo right yep yeah the [TS]

  legend was when they were is escapes by [TS]

  climbing uphill slightly faster [TS]

  yes right like a motorcycle downhill at [TS]

  some point or something I ever i was [TS]

  gonna say the number of people in the [TS]

  court who have made other very good [TS]

  movies is a sounding to me because not [TS]

  only do you have aaron eckhart and [TS]

  hilary swank and stanley tucci you've [TS]

  got like Delaware liberals but younger [TS]

  great movies [TS]

  alfre woodard in a terribly miss Eugenia [TS]

  we didn't even mention her she has just [TS]

  gotten do I i will say having recently [TS]

  seen i Frankenstein aaron eckhart yeah [TS]

  does not make good choices all I could [TS]

  think about it that's what excuse she [TS]

  did a fantastic Daily Show interview at [TS]

  some point where I think he's probably [TS]

  high it's kind of hilarious and who else [TS]

  was in there 0 ID so DJ Qualls i would [TS]

  say has made good movies but yeah I [TS]

  could do a goodwill run on supernatural [TS]

  where he was very funny he was in movies [TS]

  he's is he still in stuff as he is he [TS]

  gonna surround is right there's like a [TS]

  weird story about him where he had [TS]

  like.he I I think he was diagnosed with [TS]

  something that might have been terminal [TS]

  like as a as a young kid and so he spent [TS]

  like his entire youth in hospitals and [TS]

  then he got better and he was like 19 [TS]

  just like what job can i do with zero [TS]

  training and having knock on high school [TS]

  and they're like how about a tactic [TS]

  it's like and that's where the court [TS]

  came from pastor he did he was diagnosed [TS]

  a good [TS]

  according to wikipedia you diagnosed [TS]

  with Hodgkin's lymphoma age 14 and got [TS]

  better and that's a story of milk or [TS]

  alright but I with john III thought this [TS]

  book was all too boring and i would [TS]

  rather watch something that was even [TS]

  more even something like armageddon [TS]

  which I just think it's ridiculous [TS]

  Aerosmith songs the cheesy romance well [TS]

  that it's bruce willis sailor singing [TS]

  listen listen listen mr. president I'm [TS]

  gonna ignore what you say because I [TS]

  promised my little girl and their oil [TS]

  drillers and they're macho man [TS]

  yeah Ben Affleck is you know it's [TS]

  terrible but it's ridiculous that like [TS]

  this soon and it's so it's so broad and [TS]

  ridiculous and over-the-top and doesn't [TS]

  really take itself seriously accepting [TS]

  sort of macho gung-ho USA all oil [TS]

  drillers rule that you know that that's [TS]

  what we're going to do real John easy to [TS]

  and and deep impact like the they try to [TS]

  get people are psychic who's the lead in [TS]

  that the woman is at a Lyon ay-ya-ya [TS]

  show and she like reconciled with your [TS]

  father on the beach and the tidal wave [TS]

  comes and hits or at least they gave [TS]

  those people story and it has an end you [TS]

  know kind of a point and end or whatever [TS]

  then further runs away from whatever [TS]

  like it's it's kind of a mess but i [TS]

  think they managed to deepen back was [TS]

  going like as the title suggests for [TS]

  more dramatic thing and Armageddon was [TS]

  going for you know explosions in macho [TS]

  and the core was just kind of like that [TS]

  yeah i don't i just i just finished [TS]

  skimming a wikipedia lists of like the [TS]

  first 300 movies from 2003 and I'm just [TS]

  gonna say most of these are worse than [TS]

  the core there are some other a lot [TS]

  better that come on Jason made us watch [TS]

  the core yeah this is true that I didn't [TS]

  see their devil or a lot of movies so [TS]

  now it's time for our listeners may help [TS]

  no we don't have that that's not what [TS]

  are you the same day simply not gonna [TS]

  sing a letter song that's also not gonna [TS]

  happen [TS]

  that's how we can Sudan the first essay [TS]

  can't sing a lot of songs busy as [TS]

  established you can carry a tune so use [TS]

  this quite that's good letters yeah you [TS]

  can't do it I can't do it now we we love [TS]

  the flophouse and and what we're trying [TS]

  to do here is not do the floor we're not [TS]

  going to do like new releases that just [TS]

  came out of the video and all that we're [TS]

  going to try to have them all be sort of [TS]

  science science fiction aliso anyway [TS]

  here's a here for your listeners out [TS]

  there [TS]

  we're going to tell you what the next [TS]

  movie is that we're gonna watch i'm not [TS]

  suggesting that you go watch this and [TS]

  subject yourself to it we just watched [TS]

  the core for pete's sake but if you [TS]

  would like to know what's coming next [TS]

  here it is it's 1984 Tony compile a list [TS]

  of films made many for that are worse [TS]

  than the ice pirates no movie enforcing [TS]

  the ice pirates [TS]

  I've gotta do is write about this I have [TS]

  fond memories of really liking the movie [TS]

  but I have also not seen it probably [TS]

  since the eighties so I don't know what [TS]

  I'm in for [TS]

  I don't think I've seen it since the the [TS]

  nineties i couldn't get past the sea [TS]

  with the bear trap that castrate people [TS]

  that started off well remind have no [TS]

  ring forward to that any movie starring [TS]

  Robert Urich is my no you're being funny [TS]

  and it was on TV a lot like and this is [TS]

  gonna be sacrilegious but I lump in my [TS]

  memory with like big trouble in little [TS]

  china which as I understand it still [TS]

  stands up as a movie that is bad that [TS]

  you can actually enjoy but i have no [TS]

  idea what I start its gonna be like well [TS]

  we'll find out next time with until then [TS]

  it's time to close up the old mailbag [TS]

  when I don't even know and say goodbye [TS]

  thank you everybody out there and thank [TS]

  you too to everybody here i have been [TS]

  and continue to be your friend Jason [TS]

  snow i hope that i'm still dan moore and [TS]

  after having watched this movie i'm [TS]

  always Tony similar i watch the movie 2 [TS]

  i'm john [TS]