Hey everyone, just a heads up, there's been a slight problem with the comments for the past couple of days. There seems to be a problem with the "reply" feature. Sometimes if you reply to a reply, the comment gets recorded, but it doesn't show up on the site, which is why a lot of reply comments on all the other pages have suddenly vanished. They're still in the system though, and I've written to Weebly about it, so hopefully that issue gets fixed soon. Much apologies.
Hey brad when will the reviews for insurgent,the gunman,and do you believe end up on channel awesome.com
Don't worry Brad. No need to apologize. Thanks for the videos.
@tweeterbuddy Today I think. They weren't up last week, because I accidentally scheduled it for the previous week by mistake. I think "Do You Believe" goes up on Sunday.
Love Brian's beard. hope he feels better
Brad's next movie: Jeremiah Johnson 2: back to the hood!
His beard reminds me of the 'comabeards' you get in the South Park hospital xD
Holy shit, Brian's going "Full Santa". Impressive my friend.
Santa also owns slaves <_< coincidence?
I just had to shave my beard for a new job, seeing it makes me sad.
Seeing that beard makes me wanna grab a machete, shrink down to the size of a 'borrower', and go trekking all 'Cannibal Holocaust' style over his chin. :D
He's preparing for the Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas remake.
Hey, Brad. Are you planning on seeing It Follows? I feel like it's the kind of movie you would really enjoy.
It is only a limited release right now, but I am sure when Brad gets the chance he will see it.
Footage of what slaver Brian was up to during his absence http://i.imgur.com/FcvXFTd.gif
So if Pixar = Coke, and Dreamworks = Pepsi, that would make Cars & Brave = Coke Zero. It's advertised like Coke, and they claim that it doesn't taste any different, but when you sit down and drink it, you realize just how awful it is, and how much better Diet Coke (Disney Animation) is by comparison to this crap (Coke Zero, that is, not Coke).
Also, that metaphor would mean that How to Train Your Dragon = Crystal Pepsi. Just can't get enough.
Than what's the equivalent of Mexican Coke and Pepsi Throwback?
Mexican Coke = Studio Ghibli; a foreign product that American Coke wishes it was as good as, but will never produce a perfect replication.
Pepsi Throwback = Aardman Animation, a sweet product that rarely shows up in the U.S., but when it does, it tastes pretty damn good. Especially appropriate since Aardman used to be directly tied to Dreamworks (Pepsi).
Mexican Coke: Up
Pepsi Throwback: Prince of Egypt (Or Kung Fu Panda)
(I'm assuming you mean that it's the movies that are the best of the best. I dunno your opinion on either drink.)
Mexican Cola, so a film you can only get from Disney by importing it <-<...why, then it would be Song of the South, hehehe.
I like Coke Zero better than Diet Coke. They use different sugars.
I am going to see Get Hard this weekend perfect timing for the review. I am glad you put the pun statement upfront in the title.
I don't care. Slaver Brian is now Macramé Brian. Fact.
You know what gives you lots of free time to Macramé? Slaves <_<
Oh, I expect Pharaoh knows. The Lewis family did business with most of the Egyptian dynasties, throughout history, after all.
I was wondering when your reveiw of home would be up. Good work Brad.
Nice, Ryan brought Grizzly Adams with him!
Honestly if I saw Get Hard, I would've been much more angry about it and just absolutely HATED IT! Even if Jim Carrey and Damon Wayans starred in it, they would've salvaged it and at least tried their very best to make it funny! Good thing I went to see Cinderella earlier today, and I disagreed with Irving's cynical comment that "if you've seen the original, you already saw the movie!" They did a good job extending the story with the characters especially making the Prince character a little more 3-dimensional! It's also a fun movie that's both stylish and colorful to look at!
Speaking of Jim and since you guys were talking SNL, I wrote different articles for Jim Carrey Online in which he was host on some of the episodes! The articles are worth a read and if you don't like some of the sketches, you'll admit that he knows how to take over with his brand of physical comedy!
40th Anniversary Special: http://www.jimcarreyonline.com/recent/news.php?id=2139
Next week has Woman in Gold on Wednesday and Hillsong: Let Hope Rise opposite Furious 7 on Friday.
I'm with Brad and Dave on Will Ferrell. He's...OK.
As for Home, the only reason I'm curious about it is that Steve Martin does a voice.
Me, I'm driving to another city tomorrow to check out It Follows.
Love watching you guys discuss movies every week, just wanted to add that I love Death to Smoochy. One of my favourite comedies and really underrated.
Also love early 90's SNL some of the best seasons right there
Death to Smoochy is friggin' great. Especially if your in that age group that has the deep seeded Barney hate. Every person I've talked into watching it ended up enjoying it.
I can't stand late 90s/Early 2000s SNL, even as a kid I remember it just being unfunny and hard to watch.
Also, I've always wanted to get banned from SNL, it's a bucket list thing.
By the way, did you guys get a new camera? I looks clearer in the first video.
I have a hunch you'd really like IT FOLLOWS.
DON'T TALK SHIT ABOUT ROYAL CROWN COLA YOU ARYAN PEICE OF SHIT!!!!
I once fisted a guy named Bruce.
We had an understanding, in which we both ended up satisfied and sweaty. We used to wash out the aftertaste with Royal Crown Cola.
He's gone now...
I miss you buddy :(
I can add my name to the list of people that loved Death to Smoochy!
But with Will Ferrell I feel he can be really great in dark stuff like you said Stranger than Fiction and Everything Must Go. But even in his broad comedies like Step Brothers and The Other Guys the best parts of the film were the less safe and dark. I feel he needs to do that more I think he's honestly way better at that type of stuff than being a man child. Though I see him more like Bill Murray than Robin Williams.
Before I even watch these, I just want to say how happy I am that Ryan will be appearing in the Midnight Screening videos more often. He's been a pretty underrated member of Team Snob for awhile now, and dude has a most-infectious laugh.
this patrion shit is SHIT!
sure we get the stuff for free here,and geekjuice and everywhere,but,the patrion shit seem so cheap,its like "pay us to see our stuff,or else"
i thought more of brad,alex J and everyone,but apparently MONEEEEYYY is the shit these days.
i know these guys wanna make a living out of this,
but everyone is basically mcdonalds now,selling anything to get money.
it used to be about the art man,it used to be about the art.
you know that if you promot patrion youre against umerica and is a communist :(
Dude, are you drunk?
You sound drunk.
Go to bed.
Is this LloydFan?
Coz it sounds like LloydFan.
I bet it's LloydFan.
Quite right too! The only REAL artists are the ones who end up destitute and starving, in exile from their country, fighting with the wallpaper, Anything else just isn't worth the EFFORT.
SNL up to 93 was good, but by 93-94 the Sandler/Farley stuff was tired.
94-95 was an obvious trainwreck.
I agree with you guys about most of the "popular" recurring characters in the late 90's being annoying, but the non-recurring stuff was strong. The late 90's were much better than SNL is now.
Also, the "banned" list is not a real thing. It's just a list of stand-out hosts & guests that someone made up as a list and gave it the label of "banned" people. Lorne Michaels has never publicly said he banned anyone. If you think about it, banning someone from hosting a show that is by-invite-only makes no sense. If they were a bad host, they would simply not be invited back. Look at all the "sources" for the banned lists - they all either copied each other or Wikipedia.
Brian looks like Brad locked him in his basement for six weeks
Brad probably did that on Brian's request.
All in preparation for the next Human Spider movie.
The guy is a pure method actor.
His nickname almost earned him a small role in 12 Years a Slave.
Bring back Jake!
I agree, bring back jake who appears to be an unstable asshole in real life, and yoke too!
*yoko. whatever the fuck her name is.
*yoko. whatever the fuck her name is.
I too love Death to Smoochie ever since my friend, Sam introduced it to me in high school. That movie is darkly funny and cynical as hell! Since its being brought up I'm going to go watch it again. I haven't seen it in a while.
I liked the entirety of 90s SNL, even into the early 2000s. After that I quit watching it. I like Will Ferrell a little more than you guys though. I do agree that being in a darker role brings out the best of him.
I have yet to sit down and watch these videos, but I hope this video response will make up for my response yesterday. this is my 212th music video made since 2010 and my 603rd video posted since December 2014. "Retrograde by Switch" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qN_Z168BnDI
"is that the best you've got Ultratech?"
"no. try me."
One of my favourite moments from SNL, just happens to feature Will Ferrell and Christopher Walken. "I need more cowbell!" One of the others is from Christopher Walken's best of, when the whole bit is an oral sex joke. "Colonel Angus."
Going to see it Follows tomorrow and Home just looked awful from the trailers
Any chance of a midnight screening for It Follows?
Woohoo! Mastah Brian has returned!
In all seriousness welcome back Brian, hope you're doing better, and I'm really diggin' the beard.
On the topic on Death to Smoochy, any movie that has Harvey Fierstein playing a mobster is an automatic masterpiece.
Brian is such a cute teddy bear <3
YYYYEAH, THE KING RETURNS!
It's a pity Home apparently isn't good, because I quite liked the kid's novel it was based on, "The True Meaning of Smekday".
Wow i love that snl talk
Oh! i got to see the charles grobin episode ...i never got to see the original snl i got to see 90's snl on comedy central i loved most of it.
But early 90's seemed way better =D
I have no idea what magazine said that pepsi is ok i find pepsi better than coke. i like dreamworks better than disney studios but i love pixar more that both.
But alas the coke wars still going
Can't wait for kungfu panda 3 =D
Yo, Brad. I strongly recommend It Follows, if you get a chance to see it.
I was blown away by the thing. Really great and creepy throwback horror flick.
Aw man, I loved Home. it wasn't as great as some other recent dreamworks movies, like the httyd movies or the croods, but I though it was sweet. The themes about imperialism were a nice touch, too.
I can't remember which Radiodrome episode it was but I always love it when Brad and Co. talk SNL.
Beard's looking mighty fine, Massa Lewis!
It was the one with Faggot Josh.
LITERALLY drinking an RC when they said that! XD
(my soda preferences are reversed: I prefer RC over Pepsi and Pepsi over Coke)
I'll drink to that!.... nice to see someone with 'similar soda snobbery' ;)
There's something about Coke that doesn't fly with me .... too acrid/acidic, not as mellow.
Taledega Nights is hilarious if you live in the south like I do. Everyone actually acts like that.
After what Jake did, I am making an effort to watch every Ryan video.
What did he do?
It's over on the channel awesome forums. Long story short, Jake Norvell is the scum of the earth. http://channelawesome.com/forums/threads/jake-is-leaving.53502/
You don't know all the facts
Yeah, fuck Jake, that Rayn bitch is totally a complete angel of a girl. Breaking up with Jillian has gone REAL well for Brad. I really have to wonder what was so wrong with her.
Talking about Charles Grodin's comedic genius, one of my favorite political moments ever was when Grodin went on Hannity and Colmes. I'd definitely look it up on Youtube if you've got the chance. Grodin was the perfect antidote to Sean Hannity's giant, stupid ego. He'd give John Stewart and Steven Colbert a run for their money.