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Top 5 Juvenile Delinquents

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They’re foul-mouthed, bad-mannered, and underage.  Anderson and Bryan talk about the TOP 5 JUVENILE DELINQUENTS.

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39 thoughts on “Top 5 Juvenile Delinquents

  1. This might be the in the top 5 greatest Film Vault moments of all time. “Name your f$%#^ characters!”

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    Posted by Robbie Lee (@bobbyghandi) | June 11, 2014, 7:27 PM
  2. The kids from Once Upon a Time in America…

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    Posted by Chuck Dizzle | May 5, 2014, 2:26 PM
  3. Bryan- Gotta side with Anderson’s rage on this one. It’s nuts to claim that calling a character with one line “Cop #1″ is lazy writing. Look at any film, even films that you love and even films with great nuanced side characters (Like the Coen Brothers). They always have roles like that. Look at the credits of ANY movie good or bad for evidence. Even movies that you love. (Vanilla Sky, Drive, Indiana Jones, Transformers.) Anyway, just joining the rage train.

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    Posted by Michael | May 4, 2014, 12:57 PM
  4. How did City of God not get mentioned?! Some of the best juvenile deliquents ever!

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    Posted by Aaron | April 24, 2014, 10:22 AM
  5. Ack! Bryan picked my category (the nut job) on Doug Loves Movies and got it in 0 names. YOUR WELCOME FOR THE POINT!

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    Posted by Paul Barber | April 24, 2014, 8:05 AM
  6. Wow. I’ve been a listener for years and never felt a need to comment here. I think the show is fine and I like the flick-fessions portion. It -especially Anderson’s recs- turned me on to some good flicks. I basically tolerated Bryan’s asinine reviews and his retarded pet peeves …”oh this dude is too old to be in high school” (no shit!) “oh they will not have flying cars in 2020″ (who gives a shit. it’s a movie…it could be set in any time!)…and thank God we do not get many “Better with Beihn” segments. But now with the insane argument and waste of breath over the name of a nameless character in the credits??!! WTF man? Pointing to that as lazy writing is not a valid opinion. It’s plain wrong. This might be the podcast that gets me to unsubscribe.

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    Posted by enassar | April 24, 2014, 6:36 AM
  7. Bryan needs to come off his high horse cop#1 is perfectly fine in the credits if that’s all they are. Also to mark down a movie because of the credits is being picky. If he didn’t enjoy or like the movie that’s fine not every movie is for everybody but to say that the credits were not correct is just being anal. But after reading this we’re probably all wrong and he is right just like he was with the Big Lebowski

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    Posted by Liam Scott | April 23, 2014, 5:33 AM
  8. Was Bryan high this episode?

    Also, regarding “The Other F-Word,” it felt like the director knew or had connection with these guys, hence the random assortment. I feel like U.S. Bombs is a fairly famous band, at least with 90’s era “punkers” (cringe). The one that didn’t seem to fit was Everclear and his terrible song. Blink 182 is a punk band whether you like it or not. Fat Mike seemed like a douche.

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    Posted by Hashmeer | April 23, 2014, 1:11 AM
  9. Bryan, your like a child who’s wandered into the middle of a movie…

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    Posted by Large Marge | April 21, 2014, 3:07 PM
  10. I’ve always thought Bryan’s taste in movies is, well, bad, but his endlessly going on about credit names actually made me question his intelligence. This was beyond pedantic and well into stupidity.

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    Posted by Mike | April 21, 2014, 11:20 AM
    • Agreed. I like Bryan, he’s entertaining, but his taste in movies is the worst! I’ve been burned by Bryan too many times. I’ve finally learned not to trust him.

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      Posted by Chronic Blunts | April 23, 2014, 3:14 PM
  11. Michael, aka, FRESH!!! Best juvenile delinquent ever. Great movie.

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    Posted by Anonymous | April 20, 2014, 1:06 PM
  12. In Anderson’s review of “Joe” how could he not bring up Gary poulter- the real life homeless guy who played tye sheridans drunk dad. He was amazing. Gary died shortly after the movie finished. In my opinion this movie is much better than prince avalanche and mud.

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    Posted by Dan Digati | April 20, 2014, 12:36 AM
  13. BRYAN you enraged me this week! Bit parts are labeled as cop 1 cop 2 etc on PURPOSE! In screen writing you are taught to label them as such. If you give unnecessary description to a character you are limiting the director or actors choices. Also if their name is never uttered they are required to be credited based on the definable character trait (I.e. cop) not physical trait (I.e. cop with scar). Quit being an anal douche and either take more film classes or work on films then maybe you could make a genuine and intelligent argument on your production pet peeves.

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    Posted by Amy Covell | April 20, 2014, 12:10 AM
    • ^ This.
      Most screenwriting teachers don’t even want you to suggest *music* in the screenplay: “That’s all the DIRECTOR’S job.”
      As you and a couple of people have noted, that argument illustrated the difference between someone who attended film school (Anderson) and an outsider. Anderson very rarely plays the “I went to film school” card, though.

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      Posted by Michael P. Gowdy | April 20, 2014, 1:58 AM
    • Thank you. Absolutely dead on. Just super annoying BS.

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      Posted by Brian | April 23, 2014, 8:36 AM
  14. Anderson and Bryan, Bryan especially, stop with this “This movie is good, but not THAT good” in reference to the Rotten Tomatoes score. Its amazing that you don’t know how it works. If a movie has a 90% rating, it is not because every reviewer is saying “wow this is a great movie A+”. Its an average. If 100 reviewers write about a movie, and 90% of them give it a positive review, that would give it a 90% rating. Thats it. It could be that those 90% are saying its awesome. It could be they are saying its OK.

    So when Bryan says “Captain America is good, I would put it in the ‘good’ column” that means, if he was a certified reviewer on RT, that he would be ADDING to its score. If you write a heavily critical review, but then say “this is a good movie, despite its flaws” you have written a positive review in RT’s mind. Cut it out with this stuff.

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    Posted by Pat Lane (@Planeis) | April 19, 2014, 4:30 PM
  15. Anderson – please stop reviewing the audience. Your high opinion of yourself is already well established. You’re a self hating hipster.

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    Posted by Dwayne | April 19, 2014, 11:05 AM
  16. Some ideas:
    note: All could be changed from movies to characters or visa versa
    -Top 5 Rags to Riches movies (or opposite)
    -Top 5 power hungry movies
    -Top 5 most desired movie bio-pics
    -Top 5 mob mentality movies (maybe you already did this one..I wasn’t sure)
    -Top 5 movie Kings/rulers/royals
    -Top 5 escape films (again, maybe it’s already been done..)
    -Top 5 movie body guards
    -Top 5 vigilantes
    -Top 5 movie trailers

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    Posted by JC Douglas | April 19, 2014, 10:18 AM
  17. Bryan’s favorite movie of 2011, Drive. Lead character’s name is…….Driver. In addition to characters named Tan Suit, Cook, Doc, Hitman #1, and Hitman #2. Don’t be such a cunt Bryan.

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    Posted by Frank | April 19, 2014, 5:06 AM
  18. I feel as if both Anderson and Bryan were too against the other’s position on credited roles. Right off i was fully on Anderson’s side however as the discussion progressed and Anderson dug in further and further I started to feel as if Bryan had a point.

    I think as with all things context is necessary.

    If a cop says some one off line like “Stop, Police!” or a protester in a crowd says “Screw, you pig!” then we understand the context (merely by viewing the scene) and no back story/explanation is necessary to understand these characters and their role in the film. If that’s their entire role throughout the movie is one scene or one line i think it’s reasonable to leave out a specific title beyond ‘Cop 1, 2, etc’

    On the other hand in the world of movies no one, no matter how modest, is going to prefer ‘Dead Man 2′ or ‘Woman in meeting’ over someone with an actual name, So I think most credit writers do their best to appease the actors while still being realistic to the general audience’s understanding of who’s who.

    plus I would wager more than half of today’s movie-going audiences know what IMDb is and can search if they truly need to know who ‘Cop 1′ is or where he/she was in the movie.

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    Posted by Drew | April 19, 2014, 12:09 AM
  19. Anderson with the egregious error of the week. Everyone knows it’s Halloween III:Season of the Witch that had no Michael Myers. Halloween II,directed by his pal Rick Rosenthal, is a full continuation of the original Halloween story featuring Myers.

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    Posted by Dirk Diggler | April 18, 2014, 2:32 PM
  20. Bryan Bishop, the king of misreads, does it again. Young Indiana Jones? First of all, He’s far from being a juvenile delinquent. He’s a studious eagle scout who minds his father. Second, those were treasure hunters he “stole” the cross from, NOT legitimate archaeologists (hence the repeated phrase “It belongs in a museum”). The reasons the police made him give it back are A) it’s 1915 (or whenever) and there probably were no laws to protect antiquities, and/or B) The man they dug it up for paid the police to look the other way. Am i the only one who saw it this way?

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    Posted by Brian (the right way) | April 18, 2014, 12:09 PM
    • Bryan would probably tell you that many people would regard young Indiana as a criminal anyway, therefore he was a criminal.
      This episode was yet another show in which the listeners’ top 5 list was infinitely better than the hosts’ top 5. Maybe they should just start the show with the listeners’ top 5.
      I hate to be Mr. Negativity, but Anderson, you seemed as if you were an old man when you referred to the girls in “Spring Breakers” as juvenile delinquents. Their characters were all at least twenty, which is hardly “juvenile” in my book. Watch out, buddy. Those jowls that you hate so much might start forming on you soon.

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      Posted by Michael P. Gowdy | April 18, 2014, 1:34 PM
    • Absolutely correct. Bryan is getting goofier.

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      Posted by Dwayne | April 19, 2014, 11:01 AM
    • You’re 100% right. He’s mischievious, not a delinquent.

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      Posted by Pat Lane (@Planeis) | April 19, 2014, 4:31 PM
    • I love and support Bryan, but you can’t call a character a juvenile delinquent when he’s literally wearing a boy scout uniform in every scene.

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      Posted by Jeff | April 20, 2014, 6:58 PM
  21. “Bad Boys” holds up so well. Esai Morales and Clancy Brown are great “delinquents” as well. Slight correction; Director Rick Rosenthal helmed the direct “Halloween 2″ sequel. Tommy Lee Wallace directed “Halloween 3- Season of the Witch.” aka- “the sequel without Michael Myers.

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    Posted by Frank Farina | April 18, 2014, 10:58 AM
  22. The real top 5 + commentary of old-man Bishop cut out of this week’s podcast:
     
    5. All 4 kids – Sleepers “Those miscreants required all the rules and discipline our fine correctional facilities had to offer”
     
    4. Rose – Titanic “How dare that harlot betray her class by carousing with that street urchin. When I was her age, I knew better than to fraternize with low-lifes, especially kids from state schools”
     
    3. Spider – Goodfellas “Damn kids need to learn to respect their elders. No back-talk”
     
    2. Lorenzo – Lorenzo’s Oil “When I got sick, I barely made a peep. That kid needed to button it up”
     
    1. Patsey – 12 Years a Slave “I think the crime speaks for itself in this case”

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    Posted by TFVleaks | April 18, 2014, 10:55 AM
  23. You start listening to this episode and you think that this may be the Brianest Brian has ever been and with each film on the top 5 he fulfilled that promise. This is definitely a Film Vault for Brian’s lifetime highlight reel. The digging in the heels about the credits thing at the end; magnificent!

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    Posted by JustBob81 | April 18, 2014, 10:00 AM
  24. Before I’ve listened. .I bet I can guess Andy’s number 1… my guess is from the movie R*** *****s

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    Posted by BittenIi | April 18, 2014, 9:56 AM
  25. Hey, Bryan, are you going to start your book store appearances by playing a clip from your first appearance on Allison’s podcast in which you celebrated the demise of brick and mortar bookstores (which was one of he dumbest things I’ve ever heard)?

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    Posted by Michael P. Gowdy | April 18, 2014, 6:57 AM

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