Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon
July 25, 2015
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For the final show of the season
Arden and another kung fu film! Though, Paul will argue that it’s not a kung fu movie, but a terribly long 80s music video. Either way, the guys are obviously having a fun time reviewing it. Oh, and there’s a single person in the chat room during the live show. It sounds sad to have only one person, but he’s one of the film’s stars! JOKE’S ON YOU, REST OF THE INTERNET.
Interested in watching this piece of cinema? Choose your flavor below:
On with the show:
Once again, Arden brings us a movie to review. Previously, he brought us
Revengeofthe.ninja. We learn that
, M.A.S.K. and Mask are all different films and television shows. The Mask Chris is fascinated with
Berry Gordy’s Wikipedia page.
The Last Dragon is ranked number 33 for the year in 1985 and look at the movies below it. , Clue and more. Weird Science There’s a
play? Road House Get your fan site on because you
need the glow. The villain is played by the late
Julius Carry, who is simply amazing. Lots of recognizable faces in this film,
William H. Macy, Rudy from the Cosby Show, Chazz Palminteri and this guy who is in every mobster film. Vanity’s 7th Heaven is…well,
watch at your own risk. Not one, but two songs in this film were nominated for a
Razzie. Arden compares Vanity’s dance in the 7th Heaven video to
Prancercise. An actor from the film,
Ernie Reyes Jr. shows up in the chat room during our live stream of this episode. Chris recounts the experience here. Chris is frustrated because he can’t find the
Suki Yaki Hot Saki Sue song anywhere for purchase. Paul blows the minds of the others when he points out that Leroy’s master is just
regurgitating fortune cookie wisdom throughout the entire film. Hey! He’s right. Ernie Reyes tells us from the chat room that his dad
Ernie Reyes Sr. was one of the baddies in the club fight scene near the end. Who’s
Leroy’s dentist? He does great work. As we wind the recap down,
Ernie Reyes Jr. shares a great insight from being on the set during the final scene in the movie. Have a listen, we can’t spoil it here. We discuss 80’s music vs. boy bands and Arden dares Paul to watch
and Breakin . Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo We discuss other possible movies to watch and Ernie suggests a few from the chat room, like
. Then hilariously he says, “Why is my whole career films that can be on your show?” Surf Ninjas
Arden for joining us on a very funny show. Check out the restaurant he and friends are creating on twitter. There’s a blog for Prairie Noodle Shop as well.
Of course, we need to thank Ernie Reyes Jr. for popping into the chat room. You can find him on twitter,
@erniereyesjr. Finally, we have to thank you the audience for indulging us and listening.
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