I always expect at the end when he goes, ‘I’m Carl Denham!’ … the cop should be like, ‘Carl Denham, you’re under arrest for destruction of New York City for irresponsible showmanship.’— ,
King Kong (1933) @0:11:49
[as dying Colson] Kiss me, you one-eyed freak. [laughter] Oh, I’m sure there’s fan fiction somewhere.— ,
The Avengers @1:36:19
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God comes stomping in … and eats [the virgin sacrifice] right there in front of you. There’s no King Kong atheists on Skull Island.— ,
King Kong (1933) @1:50:48
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- Very good work by Two True Freaks on a fun film. Not sure what they're watching here, maybe a bootleg they recorded in the theater or something. They don't really indicate where to start. It seems to be right with the Marvel logo on the "1, 2, 3" count. The only sync indication they give at first is the shot going up the space steps at the beginning.
Zarban on 2012-10-13 13:56:43
- A piece of crap commentary for a piece of crap "film" Definition of fanboys right here folks
Truth on 2012-11-29 12:36:28
- Apparently Tootles IS in the Disney cartoon. He is the one in the skunk costume.
fardawg on 2011-12-30 18:38:56
King Kong (1933) podcast from Two True Freaks
- Very good and very enthusiastic work by Two True Freaks and friends. Lots of background and analysis from some huge fans. Gets very funny toward the end.
Zarban on 2012-06-04 03:08:34
- It's good, but I don't think this is an actual commentary, unless I missed something. There doesn't seem to be a countdown and they don't comment on anything screen specific. They just play music cues in the background while talking about the film in general.
Fardawg on 2012-06-06 07:57:54
- Hmmm. I took the opening music cue as the start, but admittedly, this is one where I wasn't watching along at the time. They seemed to me to be addressing the scenes in sequence and occasionally referencing specific lines, but maybe you're right.
Zarban on 2012-06-06 10:38:50
- I did the same thing, but they start the cue when they bring up the topic of the Overture. They did the same thing in their "Tron-tacular" special (not the commentary one); they added the cues when they brought up the topic. It's still fun to listen to as you watch the film and is more on topic than some commentaries.
Fardawg on 2012-06-06 11:35:31
- So you're saying that you tried to sync this one? And it didn't work well enough to call it a commentary? I list all the Terror Transmission stuff because I really like what they have to say, but they edit the silent stretches out, so most of them don't sync. It's maddening.
Zarban on 2012-06-06 15:27:34
- It didn't really sync from what I remember (it was really late when I listened to it). They weren't watching the film from what I could tell and were bouncing around in their discussion. I have no problem with it being listed, I just don't think it was meant as an actual commentary (every other one I have listened to gives a countdown and they make it clear what they are doing). It sounds like their regular non-commentary podcasts. I wish it was a commentary and I hope they decide to do the next Kong movies as commentaries; I don't know why they wouldn't.
Fardawg on 2012-06-06 16:35:39
- Oh well. I'll de-list it once these comments fall off the front page.
Zarban on 2012-06-06 20:52:05
- How scene specific does a "commentary" have to be to qualify for inclusion here? For example, Commentary Tracks Stars are hardly ever screen specific. I assume they are playing the movie in the room, but there's a lot of free association going on.
Mlittky on 2012-06-07 12:47:43
- Now now....
Zarban on 2012-06-07 13:06:49
- Somehow, I just knew we were gonna get dragged into this conversation... :)
Mike on 2012-06-07 14:37:34
- I love the conversation!! I learn from the conversation! :)
Mlittky on 2012-06-09 15:04:05
- We just recorded a commentary for CONTACT, and we reference this thread during our wrap-up. We'll post it in a week or two. Check it out.
Mike on 2012-06-09 15:42:29
- Just great. Am I going to be subjected to more teasing?! I am really sorry I got so passionate about Giger... :)
Mlittky on 2012-06-09 15:58:00
- No, we dedicate the last ten minutes of the show to you!
Mike on 2012-06-09 17:05:53
Planet of the Apes (1968)
- Enjoyable commentary. Not a lot of background info, they just discuss what is onscreen and what they like about the movie.
crazyman on 2011-01-20 06:30:39
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
- Thanks for the shout out!
Zarban on 2012-12-25 21:35:06
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