Mr Mockery

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  1. Mr Mockery

    Help Influence Episode 54!

    Police Story - Early film with great fight choreography Rush Hour - Who doesn't love a buddy cop film The Foreigner - Jackie Chan Vs Pierce Brosnan
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    Episode 51: Dame Angela Lansbury

    I'm looking forward to a future spin-off show featuring Statistician Ian and Vincent Price.
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    Episode 14.02

    In which case we'll avoid any Ryan Murphy for the near future then.
  4. Mr Mockery

    Help Influence Episode 50!!

    Definitely John Wick (Don't get on his Wick!) I don't think you can't do a Bill and Ted film as they are so very different from the parts he'd play in later life but if you wanted an alternative early Reeves I'd suggest a 1986 film called River's Edge. For a third I'd say either Point Break which was his coming out party as an action film lead or maybe My Own Private Idaho where he plays opposite River Phoenix.
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    The Tomlinson Awards 2017

    Okay, here are the rest. Best Feedback: The Orgs on Kate Winslet where the decide to watch an entirely different film, suggest she should have been in the Chuckle Brothers and argue about sci-fi. Best Jingle: The Beaver Most Anticipated Subject: Peter Cushing
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    Episode 47: Marilyn Monroe

    Those jokes were comedy gold Pandy. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise.
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    Suggest future actors for the HAA! spotlight

    Peter Cushing Jason Statham Sidney Poitier Michelle Yeoh Salma Hayek Pam Grier
  8. Mr Mockery

    The Tomlinson Awards 2017

    Favourite Actor Covered: Burt Reynolds Braveheart for favourite review due to Ian's furious takedown of the film's historical blunders. It was hilarious and informative. Worst Movie Covered: The Cat in the Hat. Need to listen back to some for the other categories
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    Help influence Episode 49!

    Dragnet, I love that film and it's a pitch perfect comedy performance from Ackroyd. Spies Like Us. Ackroyd teamed up with Chevvy Chase where he plays the straighter of the two roles. Grosse Point Blank. Ackroyd in a villain role where he's still funny but the humour is much much darker.
  10. Mr Mockery

    And the episode 1000 topic is...

    Finally, a legitimate reason to discuss Batman 66!
  11. Mr Mockery

    Episode 38

    Every mention of Space Lincoln is gold. I now want him to have his own show.
  12. Mr Mockery

    Episode 978

    Edgar Wright being pulled off Ant-Man is oft cited as an example of Marvel being controlling but directors and studios part company all the time for various reasons. Wright isn't a big studio filmmaker by choice and that's what Marvel became. I can see why they'd not click. The only reason it was news worthy is because Wright is a geek darling. Thor: The Dark World changed directors too and no one mentions that.
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    Episode 978

    Then can we call on you to be a Bradley Walsh expert?
  14. Mr Mockery

    Episode 976

    I must admit to being a little disappointed. How many times did someone say "The Phantom" and not once was it followed by the words "Slam Evil"? For shame... ...for shame.
  15. Mr Mockery

    Episode 45: Mel Gibson

    I'd like to nominate Ian's 15 point historically accurate, verbal punishment beating of Braveheart as a moment of the year.