TMR 009 – Willow

Total Movie Recall Steve Albertson Ryan Mixson podcast movie nostalgia film cinema Willow (1988) d. Ron Howard Starring: Warwick Davis Val Kilmer Joanne Whalley

Willow (1988)

d. Ron Howard

Starring:
Warwick Davis
Val Kilmer
Joanne Whalley

This week on TMR, Steve and Ryan wonder how the hell George Lucas doesn’t owe JRR Tolkien’s estate some serious royalties, speculate on how Val Kilmer can be so simultaneously charming and unqualified to raise a baby, Steve tests Ryan’s patience with his endless stories of playing Dungeons & Dragons with his nerdy friends, and Ryan makes public his struggle with “icky” things.

Total Movie Recall Steve Albertson Ryan Mixson podcast movie nostalgia film cinema Willow (1988) d. Ron Howard Starring: Warwick Davis Val Kilmer Joanne Whalley

Things discussed in the show:

George Lucas

Mr. Rogers

Peaky Blinders (Season 2)

Tom Hardy’s Myspace pics (Bronson)

Steven Spielberg (Poltergeist, Poltergeist 3, Heather O’Rourke, Craig T. Nelson)

The Adventures of Pluto Nash

Coach, Full House, Care Bears, Gummy Bears, Trash Tinies

Project Greenlight – Season 2 (Shia LeBeouf)

The Battle of Shaker Heights

The Bachelorette

Willow toys

Lord of the Rings (J.R.R. Tolkien), The Shire, Frodo & Bilbo

Malificent

Dungeons and Dragons

Lloyd Kaufman (All I Need to Know About Filmmaking I Learned from the Toxic Avenger: The True Story of Troma Studios)

Heat, The Doors, Tombstone (Dennis Quaid), Batman Forever

Satan

Splash, American Graffiti (Richard Dreyfuss, Harrison Ford)

Errata: Steve said Troll, but meant Leprechaun, and Lost was filmed in Hawii

Pat Roach (Raiders of the Lost Ark)

LotR Trivial Pursuit

Kevin Pollak, R2-D2 & C3-P0

Aidan Quinn

James Horner & John Williams

Top of the Lake

Jake Busey

Dust of the Broken Heart

Gulliver’s Travels

Army of Darkness

Jackie Chan & James Bond

Black Root

“Your touch is worth 100,000 deaths.”

Errol Flynn

Bob Dolman, SCTV, Rick Moranis

Munchkining

Clerks & snowballing

Land of the LostSleestaks

Moebius 

George R. R. Martin

Next Week: Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey

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