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Cape Sh!t Episode 5: “Captain America: The First Avenger” (2011).

August 19th, 2019

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Daniel, Lee, Kerry, Greg, and Greg's better half, Agnes, talk about "Captain America: The First Avenger" (2011). How does it rank with the rest of the MCU? Is it a good origin story and set-up for "The Avengers"? Does it tackle WW2 and the Nazis with any level of depth? Does it really have to? Plenty is covered in a short time on this one.

"Captain America: The First Avenger" IMDB

End music: Cover of Alan Silvestri's "Star Spangled Man" by Ryan Stickney.

TMBDOS! Episode 174: “Pinball Summer” (1980).

August 12th, 2019

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Lee and Daniel are back to tackle yet another sex comedy. This time it's another low-rent Canadian production, "Pinball Summer", from 1980. A themed sex comedy, much like "Joysticks", does it manage to deliver on its premise of arcade-based entertainment? Does it give us enough T&A on top of that? If not, how would Lee, as much more sleazy producer, sex this stuff up? Is the film even worth watching at all? Short shorts; bare male asses; pranking rich people; and not bothering with an ending are all things that are talked about in what might be one of the show's most off-the-rails episodes, as what the hosts have watched, and listener comments, instantly turn into a shit show before they even get to the film review.

"Pinball Summer" IMDB 

Check out Lee's latest appearance on Cinema Beef 

Featured Music: "Voyeur's Motel" & "Pinball Summer" by Jay Boivin & Germain Gauthier

TMBDOS! Episode 173: “California Dreaming” (1979).

August 5th, 2019

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Lee and Daniel take a trip to California to check out the jazz scene and discover the proper volleyball moves that will help them feel up young beach bunnies in "California Dreaming" (1979). Living in cars for a month; surfing; being understanding of your Aryan lunkhead boyfriend; and Seymour Cassel being far too into his daughter's sex life are just some of the things talked about in this far deeper-than-expected sex comedy. Listener comments and some initial thoughts on "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" are also talked about.

"California Dreaming" IMDB

Featured Music: "Come on and Get Ready" by Henry Small & "California Dreaming" by America.