Top 5 Movies Where You Already Know The Ending

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It’s not about the ending but how they get there as Anderson and Bryan go through the TOP 5 MOVIES WHERE YOU ALREADY KNOW THE ENDING.

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20 thoughts on “Top 5 Movies Where You Already Know The Ending

  1. Logan’s more of a crouton. Ha ha ha ha ha!


    Posted by Joe | February 4, 2014, 3:58 PM
  2. Anderson was wondering what people in Oakland think about SF being “the city”. They actually embrace it and they’ve long called Oakland “the town”.

    (thus completes my whitest-sounding post of all time)


    Posted by Chronic Blunts | January 29, 2014, 3:48 PM
    • You’re not going to fall for the banana in the tailpipe? It should be more natural, brother, it should flow out, like this: “A-Dog axed if O-bros be trippin cuz peeps be frontin dat San Fran be da man but Boys be huggin it out cuz O-Town is the bomb – true dat” You been listening to the Film Vault too long.


      Posted by KoolButts | January 29, 2014, 6:22 PM
  3. How in the hell did “Passion of the Christ” not make this list??


    Posted by SteveM | January 29, 2014, 6:43 AM
  4. Can’t believe Anderson liked Prince Avalanche. I thought it was pretentious hipster garbage and I had hoped he would see through it. Saw it at the Seattle International Film Festival and even the snobs there were looking like they had just wasted their time as they walked out of the theater. The Emile Hirsch character is borderline-mentally challenged and I just couldn’t laugh at his broad caricature of a low-IQ sex addict. The cinematography was awesome and the music from Explosions in the Sky was great, but other than that the movie was a complete bore. The fact that Anderson’s example of the humor was Emile Hirsch saying “Oh man, farts?” pretty much explains why this movie sucked.


    Posted by eliotdolson (@leftcoastsuit) | January 27, 2014, 1:26 AM
    • glad to hear it’s as awful as I thought it probably would be…I saw the original flick that it was “inspired by”..and it was one of the most boring pointless movies or “films” I had ever seen…but I did think, upon seeing the trailer for the american vision of the same thing, that …it’d be right up hipster alleys…


      Posted by jahwoo | January 31, 2014, 3:24 PM
  5. Guys, I seriously love you…but Episode III? GO FUCK YOURSELVES.


    Posted by Kid D-Brock | January 26, 2014, 1:42 PM
  6. I’m about to watch The Square. I sort of like this sort of ‘homework’. It would be neat to have this every week, a streaming movie that you two lads could tell us to watch and us, the listeners that PAY YOUR SALARY, could then listen along the next week and either agree or disagree with your review or at the very least could follow along.

    You could call the segment something corny like “Hey, we’re watching over here!”

    Thanks for all you do, honestly. Sometimes life gets real tough and we need humor. You guys provide it for me, at least. In seventeen years I might send you cicadas (After Disaster reference).


    Posted by icewalker946 | January 26, 2014, 11:12 AM
    • I like that idea, and since the movie was assigned, no “spoiler” bitching. Everyone is on the same page!


      Posted by Robert235987235 | January 26, 2014, 6:30 PM
      • I concur …Every week should have a “listener” assignment that matches at least one of the Doofuses anticipated flick-fessions. That way we can, as Andy likes to say, call these two critics on their shit.


        Posted by IluvBryan | January 26, 2014, 7:06 PM
  7. This is my favorite podcast and you guys are the most entertaining hosts of any movie related programming. I must say that when Anderson suffers his white guilt, it does pulls me out of the show. I have taken to skipping past all of the related review.


    Posted by Mark | January 25, 2014, 10:53 PM
  8. I agree with Brian on Philomena. Went into it thinking it was homework and really enjoyed it. Its a really well told interesting story. Not a movie you have to see in the theater but definitely worth watching.

    Same thing happened to me with another Oscar nom Judy Dench movie a few years back called “notes on a scandal”

    I am fairly sensitive to motion sickness so i spent the last 45 min of “captain Phillips” in the back of the theater nauseated, i could only listen at that point.
    I think Paul Greengrass only hires cameramen who have Parkinson’s.

    This has happened to be in every Paul Greengrass film, i didn’t know it was him going in and about an hour in i though “this is fucking Greengrass isn’t it”

    The worst part is its his signature shaky cam ON TOP OF being on a boat the whole time!!!

    I guess the sad part is i was really enjoying the movie but didn’t get to fully experience the ending.


    Posted by p1nbacker | January 25, 2014, 1:38 PM
  9. love the show, fellas. but anderson needs to learn how to pronounce mozart correctly. every time he said it, i died a little inside.


    Posted by scott | January 25, 2014, 8:17 AM
  10. You should do Top 5 Movie Presidents or Top 5 Play Adaptations. Keep up the good work


    Posted by Cyrus | January 24, 2014, 9:44 PM
  11. Have you guys seen “Computer Chess” yet? The hipsters at The AV Club.com made it one of the top 5 movies of 2013. It is streaming on Netflix right now.


    Posted by Scott in Charlotte, NC | January 24, 2014, 2:31 PM
  12. Can you guys go back to “meat and POTatoes”?? I love your show but what’s next: “Top five Tom Hanks movies that have two words in the title that aren’t Forrest Gump and the green mile doesn’t count because technically it has the word THE in it” ??


    Posted by killingjoke | January 24, 2014, 12:25 PM
  13. mmmm, cake.


    Posted by johnny queso | January 24, 2014, 7:41 AM

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