We're back and we're talking Laraine Newman this week and the 1986 Canon film classic Invaders From Mars. Let's go up to the top of that hill and talk about a fairly charming in its own way horror movie where martians take over people's brains. We're joined this week by George's new dog and his cat who make their presence known. Once again we wonder why they hid all the cool 1980s robots from us and what George will be like as a parent when there are monsters under his child's bed. Enjoy!
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Thursday, July 13, 2017
It's finally here! We're doing Father's Day from 1997 featuring 3 SNL alums, Billy Crystal, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and the late great Charles Rocket. Buckle up kids, this is a weird fucking movie. Two strangers who boned the same chick 17 years ago team up to find their missing possible son. You know you're in trouble when in one of the first scenes of the movie Robin Williams puts a gun in his mouth. Where did Robin Williams get a closet full of disguises? Why does Mel Gibson cameo in this movie? How much did Sugar Ray pay to costar in this film? Why couldn't this be a nice movie about Bruce Greenwood escaping from a porta-potty? These questions and more on this week's episode of Saturday Night Jive. Enjoy!
Thursday, July 6, 2017
Thursday, June 29, 2017
Thursday, June 15, 2017
We're talking Chevy Chase this week and his ineptness to effectively scrape cream cheese off a bagel. Cops And Robbersons stars Chase as a wannabe cop whose house is taken over by Jack Palance as part of a stakeout to catch the notorious Robert Davi. Davi is such a bad ass that he shoots watermelons in his basement but not so much a bad ass that he can't figure out that his neighbor's brother is a good 30 years his senior. We watched Chevy Chase display his lack of functioning motor skills, and why the hell is his kid a vampire? All this and more on this week's episode of Saturday Night Jive. Enjoy!
Sunday, June 11, 2017
Thursday, June 1, 2017
It's Sarah Silverman week on Saturday Night Jive and apparently she's in Bulworth. We watched Bulworth and didn't see her but we did see SNL alums Laurie Metcalf and Nora Dunn. We also saw an hour and 47 minutes of Warren Beatty rapping and black people respecting him for it. This is a pretty crappy movie but listen to us try and figure out just how far up his ass Warren Beatty's head is. Enjoy!