EftRoU 107: the extra value show…

This by far has been our biggest show to date, we had six people in studio and one person calling in. Here is the list of everyone on the show, first our guests: Ms. Michelle Whitt and James Gralian (you may recognize James voice from our intro). In addition to Michelle and  James we also had our regulars on the show, Mike Leach, Shady the Biker, Dillon 2.o and Dano.

This week the EftRoU crew reviews, discusses and analyzes two different feature flicks. But before we did that we had a memorable moment sharing significant TV memories. As for the feature flicks we reviewed ‘Battle: Los Angeles’ and ‘Source Code’.


Feature Flick #1

Movie Battle Los Angeles

Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group - Battle: LA

The first feature flick we discussed this week was ‘Battle: Los Angeles‘ staring Aaron Eckhart. ‘Battle: LA’ is about a soon to be retired Marine staff sergeant who leads a platoon of fellow Marines against a UFO invasion. If you haven’t figured it out the battleground… the streets of Los Angeles. I don’t have much else to say about this film other than – listen to the EftRoU crew discuss.

Feature Flick #2

Movie Source Code

Summit Entertainment, LLC - Source Code

The second feature flick we review this week is ‘Source Code‘ staring Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga and Jeffrey Wright. When decorated  Captain Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal) wakes up in the body of an unknown man, he discovers he’s part of a mission to find a bomber. During his assignment he learns he’s part of a government experiment called the “Source Code.” As part of the mission Colter re-lives the same incident over and over again to gathering clues until he can solve the mystery of who the bomber is.


Let us know what you think of these movies, by leaving a comment. Tell us if you disagree or agree with what we shared. If we missed anything, just let us know.

Also be sure to check out James’ new venture called Podgeek.com, it’s well worth it.

EftRoU 104: 80’s revisited…

This week we thought we would try something a little different. So, we step back in to the 80’s, a revisit if you will. Mike and I discuss some of our favorite TV shows from the 80’s . Then we take a look at a movie made in 2011 that takes place in the 80’s, ‘Take Me Home Tonight’. To round out the show we conduct a retro DV-Debrief, ‘On Crazy Summer‘.

Catchall Segment:

Do you find yourself thinking about the good ol’ days and how you loved watching TV. Don’t worry if you said ‘no’, it’s okay. Mike and I share some of the TV show’s we enjoyed watching back int he day. We also share some the shows our fans enjoyed watching. Leave us a comment and tell us what are some of your favorite TV shows from the 80’s.

Feature Flick:

Take Me Home Tonight

Relativity Media - Take Me Home Tonight

We were excited to take on this week’s feature flick, “Take Me Home Tonight“. The story of Take Me Home Tonight was written by Topher Grace, you know the guy who plays Forman on ‘That 70’s Show‘. The story he wrote, is about a guy who is not sure what he wants to do now that he has graduated from college. So before the summer is over he decides to try and get a date with his High School crush. From there all hell breaks loose, well almost all of it. Beside writing the story Topher Grace stars in this film along with, Anna Faris, Dan Fogler and Teresa Palmer. Listen in to see what we really think of this movie and to find out an interesting theory that Mike has.

Retro DV-Debrief:

One Crazy Summer Movie

Warner Bros. Pictures - One Crazy Summer

How many of you remember the movie “One Crazy Summer“? We take a little trip down memory lane and discuss this 1986 film. For those of you who don’t remember ‘One Crazy Summer‘ it stars John Cusack as Hoops McCann, Demi Moore as Cassandra Eldridge, Curtis Armstrong as Ack Ack Raymond, Bobcat Goldthwait as Egg Stork and Joel Murray as George Calamari. Hoops and his buddy George head to Nantucket for the summer after high school graduation to try and figure out what’s next in their lives. Listen in as see what we think of this blast from the past. If you are looking to rent this movie we suggest you check out  iTunes. Be sure to leave a comment and let us know what you think of ‘One Crazy Summer’. Or, Tell us what other 80’s movies we should talked about in future episodes. Or, tell us what you think of Bobcat Goldthwait in this movie, is it his best work ever?

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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.


EftRoU 101: eftrou 2.0…

Well folks we have been doing our little show from Colorful Colorado for two years now. And to celebrate we got Na to come back and visit with us to do a little review. We also decided to change things up a bit. We have new opening and closing music, a new voice over and some segment songs in order to add some spice to the show. Let us know if you like our new logo and our new show opener by leaving a comment. By the way here is a look at our new logo.

Memorable Moments:

During our re-launch/reboot of the show we take on a memorable moment segment and discuss Songs To Drive To. See what Na, Shady, The Moderator and I have to say about good songs to drive to. We also hear some great suggestions from the babble room.

I am Number Four

DreamWorks Studios - I Am Number Four

Feature Flick:

So we decide to take on “I Am Number Four” starting Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant, Teresa Palmer and Dianna Agron. In this movie a kid who is # four of nine kids is hiding on Earth as he and the others are hunted down. Listen in and see what the EftRoU crew thinks of this movie based on a book written for teens. Did we like or do we hate it? Tell us what you think of this movie by leaving a comment below.