Wed, 26 December 2018
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are closing out he year by reviewing some of the biggest blockbusters of the holiday season, "Aquaman" and "Bumblebee," both movies pivotal to the longevity of their larger franchises. The guys pitch "kid and their dog" stories across an array of settings and genres in honor of the formula for "Bumblebee," and then they close out 2018 by playing one more rendition of "So Shalit Be," coming up with blurbs for each film reviewed. Happy 2019, listeners, and get ready for a Best/Worst of 2018 next.
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Episode 226 includes:
-Trailer reactions to "Hellboy" reboot and "Men in Black International" reboot are both shurgs.
-R.I.P. Penny Marshall, the superior Marshall.
-"Aquaman" is enough fun for Nate, but Ben wants it to sink to the bottom.
-"Bumblebee" makes you wish they had been making these kinds of Transformers movies from the start.
-This Week's Pitch -- A Kid and Their Dog Tales!
-Nate pitches a boy and his pet zombie.
-Ben pitches a boy and his cannibal bodyguard, a boy and his dog/werewolf dad, a boy and his robot friend/suit, a woman and the robotic moon, and a Bigfoot family adventure.
-This Week's Game -- So Shalit Be!
-The guys play America's favorite game as they look back at the movies this week and come up with Gene Shalit-inspired blurbs for each one.