EftRoU 103: a double feature…

Hey-Yo hey-yo, once again you have found the little show we do about entertainment. Thank you so much for listening. This week on EftRoU the crew and I discuss some movies that have had a significant impact on us. We also talk about two, count them, two feature flicks. It’s like a double feature!

Memorable Moment:

During the first segment of the show we discuss some movies that had some kind of impact on our lives. Find out what David, Dano and I discuss when it comes to movies that have made a difference in our lives. We also share why these movies meant so much to us. Leave us a comment and let us know if the  movies we picked have made a difference in your life.

Rango Movie

Paramount Pictures & Nickelodeon Movies: Rango

Feature Flick #1:

Like I mentioned before we discuss two feature flicks this week. Feature flick number one is “Rango” staring, the one and only, Johnny Depp. Rango is about an awkward chameleon that finds himself in a small western town trying to stand out when it is his nature to blend in. He begins a transformational journey as the town’s new sheriff. Other voices in this animation include Ned Beatty, Alfred Molina, Alanna Ubach, Isla Fisher and Abigail Breslin.

Adjustment Bureau Movie

Universal Pictures: Adjustment Bureau

Feature Flick #2:

Our second feature flick this week is a Universal Pictures joint, staring Matt Damon and Emily Blunt, called “The Adjustment Bureau“. In this movie Mr. Damon is David Norris a politician on the brink of winning a seat in the U.S. Senate. He meets a beautiful contemporary ballet dancer Elise Sellas (played by Blunt). Just as David realizes he’s falling for Elise, a group of mysterious men conspire to keep the two apart. You will also find performances by Anthony Mackie, John Slattery and Terence Stamp. Listen in and find out what the Moderator, David and I think of this film.

Remember to leave us a comment below letting us know what you think of the movies we discussed. Or feel free to let us know what you think of the show.


Festivus 2010

Review of TRON: Legacy and a Festivus celebration

This week on Entertainment for the Rest of Us the crew air their grievances and demonstrate feats of strength to celebrate Festivus, the holiday for the rest of us. In addition the EftRoU gang welcome Mark Bell, from the super popular website Film Threat, to discuss Disney’s TRON: Legacy. Learn why why ‘Q’ and Shady are big fans and why the Moderator and Mark feel this is just a rehash of the original TRON.

Tron Legacy Poster

Disney Enterprise

Just in case you don’t know what TRON: Legacy is about here is a short synopsis: After being left an orphan Sam Flynn, a rebellious 27-year-old, investigates a strange signal sent from the old Flynn’s Arcade, a signal that could only come from his father. Before he knows it, he finds himself pulled into a digital world where his father, Kevin Flynn, has been trapped for 20 years. Big time stars in this movie are: Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde.


megan fox in a corset…

Yeah, it’s a little obvious… sue me.

This week’s show was a humdinger (how dumb is that?) Q discussed Toy Story 3 and Na represented the people’s views (on account’a he didn’t see it). Everyone joined in on Jonah Hex including Mike Leach from eatsleepgeek.com (thanks mike! you write awesome lyrics to the a-team theme).



you said balls…

I did… Several times… To hear it (and it’s not any better in context), click the link below. Other things you’ll hear in this week’s show are Q ‘n’ Na’s voices, discussing Minute to Win It, Archer and How to Train Your Dragon.



This week, we invited Intern Zach for G-Force (the redux), partied hard with the guys in The Hangover, and everyone learned something from Invictus, during our Feature Flick slice of the show. We tempted fate by taking a couple live callers on Skype.

All in all, a solid effort, no?