The guys discuss Zapped! Topics include: important Chuck Berry news, Scott Baio, Willie Aames, AIDS, cavemen, ventriloquist dummies, and mostly, telekinesis.
When a lab explosion gives nerdy whiz kid Barney telekinetic powers, high school suddenly becomes fun; Barney can conquer bullies, win at roulette and make girls' skirts fly up. But his best friend Peyton has grander plans for Barney's new abilities.
The guys discuss The Ridiculous 6. Topics include: Adam Sandler, arranging feathers, donkeys, Abner Doubleday, Vanilla Ice as Mark Twain, gangs, and mostly, Native Americans.
An outlaw who was raised by Native Americans discovers that he has five half-brothers; together the men go on a mission to find their wayward, deadbeat dad.
The guys discuss The Jerk. Topics include: doorstep babies, Mizzou, listening to dogs, carnies, Jackie Mason, president in 2050, and mostly, Steve Martin.
After discovering he's not actually black like the rest of his family, likable dimwit Navin Johnson runs off on a hilarious misadventure in this comedy classic that takes him from rags to riches and back to rags again.
The guys discuss There's Something About Mary. Topics include: Ben Stiller, getting your penis caught in zipper, semen hair gel, Matt Dillon, drugging dogs, and mostly, Warren.
The Farrelly brothers nail the laughs in this hugely popular comedy about a hugely popular girl. Mary is the ideal girlfriend of every guy she meets, especially frustrated high school suitor Ted ... but he's got plenty of competition.
The guys discuss Son in Law. Topics include: cones, a JTT update, grindage, a joke that offends even us, farming, line dancing, makeovers, and mostly, Pauly Shore.
In an effort to ward off a boorish hometown suitor, college student Rebecca (Carla Gugino) asks her spaced-out roommate, Crawl (Pauly Shore), to pose as her fiancé during a trip home to the family farm for Thanksgiving. But Rebecca's conservative family doesn't know what to make of their prospective son-in-law -- who teaches some hayseeds how to do the funky chicken. By and by, Crawl's feigned love for Rebecca gives way to the real thing.
The guys discuss Deuce Bigalow. Topics include: Rob Schneider, narcolepsy, pee streams, tourette's, JTT, Eddie Griffin, bathroom attendants, and mostly, fish.
Deuce Bigalow agrees to fish-sit for a gigolo, but he finds himself in a jam when he accidentally smashes the gigolo's massive fish tank and has to become a gigolo to make enough money to fix it.
The guys discuss Spring Break. Topics include: Fort Lauderdale, carrying a plant, wet t-shirt contests, frustrating nerds, urinating on a crocodile, and mostly, wasted opportunities.
Racing to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., with their minds set on sun-drenched fun and scantily clad women, Stu (Paul Land) and O.T. (Steve Bassett) see their big plans hit a little snag when they're forced to shack up with college geeks Adam (Perry Lang) and Nelson (David Knell). Refusing to let the girl-repellent duo spoil their good time, Stu and O.T. decide to take their new roommates under their wings and show them what spring break is all about.
The guys discuss Blood Diner. Topics include: horror nerds, meat cleavers, weird kids, cannibalism, a brain in a jar, Jimmy Hitler, flopping and/or bopping, Shitaar, and mostly, murdering.
"Two brothers (Rick Burks, Carl Crew) running a diner collect body parts needed to bring an ancient goddess to life."
The guys discuss Idle Hands. Topics include: Fred Willard, smoking nutmeg, the Offspring, Devon Sawa, Pnub, living in an attic, and mostly, being possessed.
"Anton Tobias is so busy getting stoned that he barely notices his parents have been slaughtered by a demonic force that's possessed his hand. But when Anton chops off his evil appendage, the disembodied digits go on a bloody killing spree."
The guys discuss Back To School. Topics include: diving, orphans, limo drivers, being a billionaires son, roast beef, and mostly, the great Rodney Dangerfield.
Self-made millionaire Thornton Melon decides to get a better education and enrolls at his son Jason's college. While Jason tries to fit in with his fellow students, Thornton struggles to gain his son's respect, giving way to hilarious antics.
The guys discuss Half Baked. Topics include: types of smokers, Dave Chappelle, male babysitters, I SEEN HIM!, Jamaicans, rocket scientists, and mostly, WEED!
"Three ganja-smoking dimwits hatch a plot to raise bail money for their jailed friend by selling dope on the street. But they'd better spring their incarcerated buddy fast -- before he ends up as the "boy toy" of a criminal named Nasty Nate."
The guys discuss Mischief. Topics include: the 50s, Chuck Berry, letterman sweaters, Ron Johnson's return, YGTI, kissing booths, John Travolta, and mostly, a weird friendship.
"Shy teen Jonathan Bellah (Doug McKeon) goes from gawky to cocky when he starts hanging out with cool new neighbor Gene Harbrough (Chris Nash), whose "guidance" includes taking his protégé on escapades with fast cars and fast women. Meanwhile, Jonathan lusts after the sexy Marilyn (Kelly Preston). Set in 1956, this amiable comedy co-stars Catherine Mary Stewart and Jami Gertz, and features the music of Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly."
The guys discuss Bucky Larson: Born to Be a Star. Topics include: buck teeth, Dick Shadow, baggers, John Mayer, and mostly, Adam Sandler's legacy.
"After discovering that his mild-mannered parents were huge porn stars in the 1970s, a village idiot bids farewell to his Iowa hometown and seeks his destiny in Los Angeles, where he aims to become the world's most popular adult-film actor."
The guys discuss Ski School. Topics include: paying for porn revisited, section 8, throwing beers, a prestigious streak, buying mountains, d game debate, lambada, and mostly, skiing.
"A group of partying ski instructors known as "Section Eight" finds time between chasing girls and chugging beer to take on a snobbish rival school's instructors in an annual contest. This year, there's more than just bragging rights on the line -- they're skiing for their jobs! Dean Cameron, Tom Bresnahan, Darlene Vogel and Patrick Labyorteaux star in director Damian Lee's rowdy comedy, filmed on location at British Columbia's Whistler Mountain."
The guys discuss Police Academy. Topics include: Steve Gutenberg, a special celebrity guest!!!, hiding under podiums, gay bikers, a horse's butt, and mostly, Larvell Jones.
"In a less-than-brilliant flight of fancy, the mayor decides the police academy will be open to all applicants. Of course, his decree opens the floodgates to a swarm of oddballs and sad sacks who have no business protecting and serving anything."
The guys discuss The New Guy. Topics include: breaking your penis, Eddie Griffin, prison, frosted tips, 2002, Creed, rubber breasts, and mostly, the return of DJ QUALLS!
"Tired of being hassled, a high school geek purposely gets expelled... and ends up in jail, where a street-smart inmate tutors the teen in "badass cool." After he's released, he enrolls at a new school under an alias -- but can he keep up the ruse?"
The guys discuss Revenge of the Nerds 4. Topics include: nouveau riche, Sandusky, OH, Lamar’s health, brahma bulls, chicken pox, renting orphans, and mostly, the death of Booger.
"Lewis (Robert Carradine) and his nerdy pals gather to celebrate the wedding of Booger (Curtis Armstrong), who's all set to marry the daughter of Aaron Humphrey (Joseph Bologna), a wealthy nerd-hating Republican with political aspirations. While the nerds alienate the upper-crust guests with their geek-tastic parties, Humphrey conspires to keep Booger out of the family in this made-for-television installment of the celebrated franchise."
The guys discuss Revenge of the Nerds 3. Topics include: lame nerds, Morton Downey Jr., the return of Stan Gable, Lew Skolnick, swingers, a Korean Elvis impersonator, and mostly, desecrating a great movie franchise.
"Disgusted by Adams College's transformation into a nerd paradise, loudmouth alum Orrin Price (Morton Downey Jr.) teams with aging nerd nemesis Stan (Ted McGinley) to restore the campus to its jock roots. The nerds' only hope is their patron saint, Lewis (Robert Carradine), now a wealthy computer consultant who has lost touch with his inner geek. Curtis Armstrong returns as the immortal Booger in this third installment of the pocket-protected franchise."
The guys discuss Revenge of the Nerds 2. Topics include: one of the actors creeping out Jeff, adult Wormser, Takashi missing, Mr. Miyagi, amphibious tanks, parties: ultimate problem solver?, and mostly, Booger.
"The sequel to the 1980s hit continues the tradition of nerdy hilarity, as the members of the Lambda Lambda Lambda fraternity (Robert Carradine, Curtis Armstrong and others) travel to Fort Lauderdale for a fraternity conference. They'll have to beat off the attacks of their rival frat, the Alphas, if they want to maintain their self-respect -- and, of course, if they want to get anywhere with the pretty girls!"
The guys discuss Revenge of the Nerds. Topics include: OGRE!, fireballs, hair pie, BOOGER!, Andy Milonakis disease, STAN GABLE!, panty raids, Is Lewis Skolnick a rapist?, and mostly, NERDS!
"After enduring abuse from cocky frat boys and their snotty girlfriends, freshmen nerds Lewis and Gilbert start a fraternity of brainy and socially inept cohorts in order to wreak revenge. The antics culminate in an annual fraternity decathlon."
The guys discuss PCU. Topics include: Jeremy Piven's hair, huffing whippets, throwing meat, Michael Caine, George Clinton peeing, and mostly, political correctness.
"This satirical comedy starring Jeremy Piven, Chris Young and Jon Favreau follows the high jinks of a band of renegade college students out to unveil the idiocy behind blind political correctness at Port Chester University. The students live at the Pit, a dormitory for those who want a reprieve from the rabid PC environment. When their detractors decide to take them down, they fight to the hilarious end. Hart Bochner makes his directorial debut."
The guys discuss Booty Call. Topics include: Jamie Foxx, waiting 7 weeks for nookie, footsies, dental dams, Bill Cosby, and mostly, animal references.
"After courting no-nooky Nikki (Tamala Jones) for weeks, frustrated Rushon (Tommy Davidson) is ready for a night of passion, starting with a dinner date. As luck would have it, Nikki asks her refined friend (Vivica A. Fox) to tag along, so Rushon fixes her up with his crude, womanizing pal Bunz (Jamie Foxx). Just when the ladies are ready to get jiggy, circumstances conspire against the guys, and the evening turns into a coitus interruptus farce!"
The guys discuss Weekend At Bernie's. Topics include: high concept movies, boning interns, boats, beach houses, hitmen, necrophilia, and mostly, fiddling with a dead body.
"This late-1980s classic finds co-workers Larry (Andrew McCarthy) and Richard (Jonathan Silverman) spending a weekend at the beach house of their boss, Bernie (Terry Kiser), who's secretly planning to kill the duo because they've uncovered an accounting error at the company. But when the boys arrive, Bernie's already been whacked, and hilarity ensues as Larry and Richard try to keep his death a secret so that they won't be considered suspects."
The guys discuss Road Trip. Topics include: DJ Qualls, Tom Green, sex tapes, snakes, guys that go by initials, lame crews, and mostly, THE RETURN OF STIFLER!
"In director Todd Phillips's raucous comedy, college student Josh makes two big mistakes: He cheats on his girlfriend -- and videotapes it. When his roommates accidentally mail her the tape, Josh and his buddies hit the road to intercept it."
The guys discuss Weekend Pass. Topics include: the Navy, cocky studs, stand up comedy, aerobics, gangs, and mostly, a boring movie.
"Four single Navy sailors get a 72-hour pass of shore leave freedom in Los Angeles before they have to report for duty and ship out. The quartet lives it up, sowing their wild oats, crawling from Venice Beach to strip clubs and chasing every woman in sight in this comic romp from director Lawrence Bassoff. Chip McAllister and Peter Ellenstein co-star, with the hilarious Phil Hartman as Joe Chicago."