Sat, 28 August 2021
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are watching one of the most notorious flops in the history of Disney animation, the 1985 fantasy not-so-epic "The Black Cauldron," and then also talking about 1994's "Trapped in Paradise," which they both oddly recall the trailer vividly, though the final film is only memorable for unintended reasons. The guys then try and combine both films into an original pitch to once again close out the show.
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Episode 318 includes:
-New "Spider-Man" trailer and more multi-verse chaos.
-Ben says "Vivo" is not as magical as it wants to be.
-Nate says he's now off the "Fast and Furious" bandwagon after the ninth installment.
-"Reminiscence" is too reminiscent of the past.
-Switch the Pitch -- "The Black Cauldron" / "Trapped in Paradise"
-The guys discuss the Disney fantasy flop from 1985 and the bizarre 1994 ensemble comedy with Nicolas Cage before then trying to combine both into a new fantasy-set project of bumbling thieves/champions.