Monday, 29 November 2021

So, What's the Problem? Commando (1985)

It's time to welcome Arnold back to the only podcast that guarantees neither host will ever attempt an impression of the big guy. We talk about a variety of things including cancel culture for some reason and stay tuned to hear Jimmy's genuine reaction to what Jen has picked next... Contains strong language. 

Holy shit! So ridiculously violent, love it. There may be something wrong with me...

Monday, 22 November 2021

So, What's the Problem? Dutch (1991)

 John Hughes is back, people and this time, he's brought Ed O'Neill with him. They talk about unlikeable characters but good actors and why violence isn't always the answer. Oh and Jimmy gets personal regarding replacement dads. Contains strong language. No, no, it actually is...

Monday, 15 November 2021

So, What's the Problem? Last Action Hero (1993)

Oh, Arnold, you always did enjoy poking fun at yourself, didn't you? This is THE ultimate movie for that, the movie that got destroyed at the Box Office by Jurassic Park. One of our duo loves this movie and the other is Jimmy.  They discuss the confusing world building and also chat about the Razzies for a bit. Contains strong language and stay tuned to the end to hear what our Thanksgiving episode will be about. 

Terrible, obvious fake explosion is obviously fake and terrible...

Tuesday, 9 November 2021

So, What's the Problem? Red Heat (1988)

It's movie two of Schwarzenegger season as we cover his second (though released first) movie of 1988. And it's totally different from Twiiiiins. This also marks Jen's second foray into the world of Walter Hill for the podcast. Did she like this better than 48 Hrs? Contains strong language and political views that may not match your own but that's okay, it's all good. Stay tuned at the end to hear what is Arnie movie number three. 

This was what sold Arnie on the script. Seriously. 


Tuesday, 2 November 2021

So, What's the Problem? Twins (1988)

 It's the first movie of our Arnie season and Jen has picked Twiiiiiiiins! A movie neither had seen in decade. It's a deceptively light and fluffy family comedy that is actually occasionally dark and this week's discussion reflects that.  It's also a short episode this week as time was not on our host's side.  Contains strong language. 

I mean, maybe not the best example as the poster bicep is bigger than his head...