Remembering Richard Donner, The Tomorrow War review and working out with VR- The Big Thing EP #10

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On episode 10, Kristian is joined by Kate Mulligan and Brett Sheridan. The show starts with silliness and jumps into more Sopranos talk, a review of The Tomorrow War and Kristian got Kate hooked on the Oculus work out programs.
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28 thoughts on “Remembering Richard Donner, The Tomorrow War review and working out with VR- The Big Thing EP #10”

  1. Kristian there is an episode of Rick and Morty where Rick plays a VR headset game that allows you to live a whole other life before returning to reality thirty seconds later. If that's not the perfect thing for you then I don't know what to tell you. There's a lot of alternate universe stuff throughout the whole show too.

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  2. Been hot minute since I visited the schmoes. I was a hardcore AMC movie talk fan and eventually collider, which imo met its demise when the beautiful Schnepp passed ❤ rest in paradise, I hung on for a while afterwards but it just became too fragmented. Over time I've found myself visiting Rob and John over at Campeas channel and I think this channel may be a new mainstay. Time will tell. Love you guys 💖✌

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  3. Great episode. Kristian, if you're looking for a great game on oculus that will give you a workout, I highly recommend Pistol Whip. It's like beat sabor meets John Wick. It's amazing and will kick your butt.

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  4. The most recent episode of Loki had total Rick and Morty vibes. The writer had written for R&M back in the early seasons. Multiverse, interdenominational travel a plenty. Kristian would love the series given another shot. Episodes 5 & 6 of the first season are a really good jumping off point In my opinion.

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  5. As for SEN live is there any way we can just have those in studio as well? I feel like the dynamic from when everyone was in studio is so much better than just being on Skype. I think it would be possible since it seems like you can meet like the big thing back in studio. I think more people will also watch when everyone is interacting in the same room

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  6. Loving this show, especially this one, Kate, Brett and Kristian is just such a great trio, any chance on a foursome with Ellis in the mix?

    Also love the Soprano's talk, I got into that after it already aired so I missed out on having to wait 2 years between seasons, but that show is so great to watch, like I watched it completely 3 or 4 times now and what I love is every time I can get more out of a scene, either just appreciating it more or seeing a different side to what I had before, which I think can make this show just so rewatchable.

    I have a question not Big Thing/Goofball related though, what happened to so many of the old SEN shows? tried watching some of the pre pandemic ones and they are now gone, I think they are still up in audio form on Spotify and stuff but with the Schmoebot audio only can be annoying, plus a lot of those in studio shows have so much of the comedy value coming from the audio, like Lil Win is just not nearly as funny without the visual or Winston looking like a Hobbit, or his and Ben's reactions when they are bickering and stuff, any chance of atleast the in studio shows being reuploaded on the new channel? Please?

    Anyway great show, it fucking cracked me up, can't wait for the next one.

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  7. Richard Donner's death is a bummer for sure, but he lived a full life and I think that can give us all some piece of mind. He directed some of my favorites, the Lethal Weapon movies especially. The other ones you listed off were good, but Timeline is one of my favorites of his that I feel is very underrated. I remember when I went to go see it, I wasn't too crazy about it for some reason, but I saw it again on TV a few years ago and it's a much better movie than I remember. Donner was currently working on getting Lethal Weapon 5 going, so I don't know what's gonna happen with that now. As for The Sopranos, I feel like a bad Italian because I've never seen that show lol. I should probably binge it at some point. And I'm sorry you're not digging The Tomorrow War. I want to see that one so bad, but I don't have Amazon. It would've been nice if they had put the movie in theaters along with their platform, especially given the scale of the film. Aliens and time travel are two of my favorite sci-fi subjects.

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  8. You're right about Dream On but before that there was 1st and Ten with Delta Burke.
    Love that you're back into the sopranos. If you did an episode or season recap I'd definitely listen. I'm recommending Six Feet Under after The Sopranos, it was on the the same time and is a hidden HBO gem. Everyone I've turned to it has ended up loving it.

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  9. Great show as always! Kristian, I think the third episode of Rick and Morty, 'Anatomy Park' might be the one to hook you. I highly recommend giving that show another chance. It's right up your alley.

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  10. Every alien/creature in movies/tv is a skinny, long-limbed flesh monster with a weird mouth. Cloverfield, Rec, Quarantine, Blair Witch, The Descent, War of the Worlds, A Quiet Place, Stranger Things, Godzilla 2014, Infinity War, The Tomorrow War, Alien: Covenant. Everyone saw The Pale Man in Pan's Labyrinth and went "Well, that was awesome. Let's only do that from now on."

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