Posts Tagged ‘die hard’

Movie of the Year: 1988 – The Finale

Movie of the Year 1988: Finale Part 1 This is it. Everything you have done in your life has been leading to this moment. Take a deep breath and prepare yourself to finally know the answer to the only question that has ever mattered to you: what is the 1988 Movie of the Year? Are…

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Movie of the Year: 1988 – State of the Franchises

Movie of the Year 1988: State of the Franchises The Taste Budz–and two of their favorites from the Unnatural 20s podcast–have franchise fever and the only prescription is more franchise. That can’t be right. Why would franchises cure franchise fever? If anything they probably cause it, right? I bet the real prescription would be something…

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Movie of the Year: 1988 – Die Hard

Movie of the Year 1988: Die Hard The Taste Buds are tackling the number one seed for 1988 on this week’s episode: Die Hard. Yipee-ki-yay, friends and neighbors. This movie is many things to many people, but I am going to get this out of the way right at the top: yes Die Hard is…

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Movie of the Year: 1988 – Intro

Movie of the Year 1988: Intro The Taste Buds have chosen their next year, and it is 1988! Prepare yourself for a blast of nostalgia as the guys attempt to winnow the vast field of 1988 movies down from 16 to 8. Many think 1988 to be the best year in the history of film,…

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FLICKCHART’S GREATEST BATTLES

Flickchart’s Greatest Battles  In which we pit two movies together using flickchart.com, debating their merits or lack thereof.   Spaceballs VS Groundhog Day Bill Murray is going up against Mel Brooks who co-wrote, acted as two characters, and directed? Okay, time for a fair and just comparison… I’m rooting for you, Bill. Groundhog Day is…

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FLICKCHART’S GREATEST BATTLES

COLLATERAL VS. DIE HARD   What a perfect matchup.  Both slick action thrillers about an ordinary man forced into an extraordinary situation.  Michael Mann is the brilliant director at the helm of Collateral and, while it is not as widely renowned as Heat, it could be argued that this is his most personal movie.  When…

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