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Top 5 Topless Scenes

Hot off the heels of Anderson’s bachelor party, the guys go over the TOP 5 TOPLESS SCENES as well as divulge incriminating stories from the wild weekend in Palm Desert.

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35 thoughts on “Top 5 Topless Scenes

  1. I’m not a Spike Lee fan either, but the other movie of his that I’d recommend is 25th Hour if you haven’t seen it. Quite a fine film.

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    Posted by Sam Williams | October 5, 2012, 7:55 AM
  2. Angelina Jolie in GIA (1998).

    Jack the Window Washer: “Listen, twenty bucks for that kind of head is Out-rageous…I’m giving you fifteen dollars”
    Grandma Moses: “Twenty Bucks! Nobody can swallow paste like I can.”

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    Posted by Henry S | October 4, 2012, 10:32 AM
  3. eva green in dreamers. i saw it when it came out in the early naughts and have been unable to quit masturbating since. good. god.

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    Posted by johnny queso | October 2, 2012, 6:22 PM
  4. I’m still laughing from Anderson’s review of “Just Friends” last week. WHY ARE THEY DANCING?!?!?!

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    Posted by Scott in NC | October 1, 2012, 5:29 PM
  5. I’m assuming neither of you have seen Atlantic City – the obvious number 1 in my books – with Susan Sarandon washing her self with lemon juice at the kitchen sink while Burt Lancaster watches from across the way.

    Just a beautiful scene.

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    Posted by John | October 1, 2012, 3:02 PM
  6. Just watched We Need to Talk About Kevin!
    Good flick!

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    Posted by Crowley | October 1, 2012, 10:12 AM
  7. Anderson is completely unlikeable and the more you listen the more you wonder what kind of woman would agree to marry this broken, hipster-hypocrit. He complains continuously about interruptions but that’s all he does to Bryan. Does Anderson think anyone will go to his shitty “after-disaster” show to listen to the “who gives a fuck” about his bachelor party? Turns out they have bachelor parties every day. I know he thinks his is the first. Anyone who thinks Anderson has any credability in his movie reviews is as delusional as Anderson himself. He belittles Bryan and anyone who would a move that he doesn’t in order to feel better about himself and his shitty taste in movies. Turns out, lots of people like different kinds of movies and that’s why they make a billion dollars sometimes.

    The louder you yell Anderson, doesn’t make you more right. Idiot.

    His movie choices are so fucking annoying, “YOU MUST WATCH THIS.!!!!” Fuck off Anderson. He must do it on purpose because no one can be that way for real and have friends. His pejorative movie choices when he wins only reinforces what a child he is. How about filling your head with something good for 2 hours (that you’ll never get back). Sore losers are bad but sore winners are worse.

    This uneducated fuck needs to seek therapy.

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    Posted by Joren Vandersloot | September 30, 2012, 2:08 PM
  8. Goddamn, Bryan you are such a FUCKING BITCH!

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    Posted by thesteve | September 29, 2012, 4:10 PM
  9. I’ve never been more disappointed by Bryan’s top five. Disgraceful.

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    Posted by john cash | September 29, 2012, 2:01 PM
  10. We need to talk about Kevin was an amazing movie, although the whole thing was a big gut punch for me. Good recomendation Andy!

    Also I think assigning the audience a movie for the week was kind of fun.

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    Posted by Chris J W (@BadBenson) | September 29, 2012, 1:33 PM
  11. I don’t like Spike Lee movies, but Inside Man is fantastic.

    We Need To Talk About Kevin is a good movie, but Anderson is WAY overselling it.

    I love Priscilla Barnes and recommend the shark movie she did while she was about Three’s Company age for nudity.

    I liked Anderson’s list. Bryan, I don’t know if you are just trying to be clever, but it bothers me when you do that kind of stuff (2 dudes), especially with so many great topless scenes. And that scene in Short Cuts was messed up, but at least woke me up because it was a snoozer. I’m glad Anderson only mentioned it and didn’t stick with it, because that also would have irritated me.

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    Posted by moviejunkie | September 29, 2012, 11:53 AM
  12. Anderson, you were spot on with your “breast popping out during a fight in Half Baked” inquiry.
    Scarface: “Oh Damn B, your titty…”
    Thurgood: “Now that’s a titty!”
    Brian: “Fully, man. That is an official… fully!”

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    Posted by Zach | September 29, 2012, 8:25 AM
  13. Brian’s list consisted of two dudes and three women with prosthetics, and two of those were disgusting. Disappointing to say the least. Also to answer Brian’s question, I believe he made him watch The Box to see if the movie was any good.

    And the best scene is Alyssa Milano in Embrace of the Vampire.

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    Posted by Truck | September 29, 2012, 5:10 AM
  14. ANDERSON IS A FUCKING ROCK STAR OF THE FILM WORLD, ALL YOU SNOTTY BITCHES NEED TO BE SCHOOLED IN THE ART OF AWESOME BECAUSE YOU ARE SORELY LACKING IN THIS QUALITY. IF YOU WERE LUCKY, ANDERSON WOULD SCHOOL YOU AT AWESOME UNIVERSITY — TOO BAD YOUR SAT SCORES ADD UP TO A NUMBER SOMEWHAT LESS THAN THE NUMBER OF BJs YOUR MOM GAVE IN COLLEGE YOU DOUCHEBAG FUCKS.

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    Posted by The Yakuza Film (@yakuzafilm) | September 28, 2012, 11:11 PM
  15. Should have left the bachelor party stuff out of The Fim Vault, that was awful. I’m 100% behind you though Bald Bryan. You are attempting to get him to break down his barrier and watch movies he would probably never watch that you hope he will like. He makes you watch movies that are horrible for petty revenge on what he views as a conspiracy against him.

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    Posted by Knot Wreally | September 28, 2012, 11:03 PM
  16. So, Anderson… just made my wife watch We Need to Talk about Kevin with me. We have a 13-month-old. Thanks for the several months of delicate interactions between everyone in the household.

    Asshole.

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    Posted by Justin | September 28, 2012, 10:07 PM
  17. Uh, I have to disagree with Bryan’s claim that he never assigned Anderson a movie he knew he wouldn’t like. I distinctly remember Bryan assigning Anderson to watch Three Stooges after Anderson repeatedly said he’d rather never see that movie but you assigned if to him anyway.

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    Posted by William B | September 28, 2012, 4:51 PM
  18. I hate to go here but I have got to say something…Bryan – is your everyday attire business casual? I’ve noticed this in the episode pictures before so my hope is your day job requires you to be dressy and it spills-over into your Film Vault sessions. A long sleeved button-up, collared shirt with a white undershirt? Anderson usually looks like he just crawled out of bed, and you’re on your way to a corporate presentation.

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    Posted by Jayson | September 28, 2012, 10:55 AM
  19. A great review of The Master, here: http://exiledonline.com/the-master-are-you-serious/

    Anderson’s take on PTA is a little, er, a lot too fawning.

    Also, the Cornelius bits lost their appeal after 10 seconds.

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    Posted by Justin | September 28, 2012, 10:48 AM
    • I’ve discussed this film with a number of people on imbd, and I’ve discovered the following:
      As Bryan stated, and as most of its fans admit it is a character study that has minimal story.
      If I said, “I’m going to make a film that is just about two people and their relationship with each other. The relationship has very little conflict, but it hints at homosexual themes. I’m going to close it with a ‘people don’t change’ message.”
      Someone who knows even a moderate amount about screenwriting would say, “No, you’re not. That’s a student filmmaking error. You must have changes in at least one of the characters– good or bad. They should change each other in some way. Otherwise it’s absolutely pointless. ‘People don’t change’ isn’t any sort of message for a feature length film.” PTA knows these things. Yet he either doesn’t care or he thought that he could transcend these things.
      He violated most of the screenwriting rules with “There Will Be Blood,” but Blood had more of a real story (people change, and a real conflict is resolved at the end), and, as Anderson stated, Plainview was a fascinating character.
      There is no one in “The Master” who is worthy of a two-hour character study, but I would love to get Amy Adams alone for two hours.
      There are people on the imdb boards who are literally calling the people who hate this film “idiots,” and claiming that it’s flying over our heads. Quite the contrary– I’ve pointed out things that they admit that they didn’t even see. I don’t believe in genocide, but let’s say that I think that people who are that pretentious should be singled out…maybe in case I change my mind.

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      Posted by Michael P. Gowdy | September 28, 2012, 2:40 PM
  20. I’m done. I’ve been a loyal film vault listener since the beginning, but no more. We get it Anderson, you’re a hipster and you’re better than all of us. But you’re also an ass and I just can’t stand the sound of your voice for another second. Let me know when you get down off your high horse and are willing to discuss movies people actually want to see.

    I pity the poor woman who is about to be your wife.

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    Posted by mgd420 | September 28, 2012, 9:21 AM
  21. Bryan’s persona on Film Vault: “Am I making the Kermit face now? Tee-hee-hee. Tell me if I’m making the Kermit face.”
    Bryan behind closed doors: “SHOW ME DEM TITTIES. DADDY AIN’T LEAVIN’ ‘TIL I SEE DEM TITTIES, BITCHES.”
    Interesting.

    Why wasn’t Jennifer Connelly chosen for either “The Hot Spot” or “Waking the Dead?” Come on, hosts and listeners. When Jen was in her youth she was the best.

    I know the liquor store to which you are referring. They have Adam’s signed picture… near Scarlett Johansson’s picture. A few weeks ago I asked the dude, “When was she here?” “Most recently, just last month. She always comes in the mornings.”
    Alchie? My kind of lady.

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    Posted by Michael P. Gowdy | September 28, 2012, 2:44 AM
    • That’s a lot of fun of the Film Vault for me. First time I listened I thought Anderson was a huge a**hole and Bryan was a Huggy Bear, but the more I listen, the more they reverse those rolls.

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      Posted by Role Reversal | September 28, 2012, 8:40 AM

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