Podcast Like It's 1999
224: Mansfield Park w/ Carrie Wittmer
This week we’re joined by Carrie Wittmer to dig into the oft forgotten, but critically praised Jane Austen adaptation MANSFIELD PARK.We discuss the modern style and takes of this interpretation, why this work has been adapted less than Austen’s other novels, and compare it to similar, more recent films such as Emma and Little Women.
223: Goodbye, Lover w/ Jessica Ellis
Filmmaker Jessica Ellis joins the Podcast Like It’s five timers club, after being forced to watch the meandering crime thriller that is GOODBYE LOVER.We talk about the wave of subpar blue collar crime thrillers that has descended upon us here in the dredges of 1999, what makes a successful twist, and how this is the worst Ellen DeGeneres performance of the year.Podcast Like It's 2009: Patreon.com/podcastlikeitsTwitter:twitter.com/podcastlikeitsInstagram:instagram.com/podcastlikeitsReddit:reddit.com/r/podcastlikeits
222: Premiere Magazine's 1999 Covers w/ Tori Bravetti & Emma Fraser
Tori Bravettia and Emma Fraser return to pop open the entertainment time capsule that is Permiere Magazine.Podcast Like It's 2009: Patreon.com/podcastlikeitsTwitter:twitter.com/podcastlikeitsInstagram:instagram.com/podcastlikeitsReddit:reddit.com/r/podcastlikeits
221: ER: Great Expectations w/ Bryan Cogman
Bryan Cogman returns for one finalconversation on the '99 episodes of ER. Through the episodeGREAT EXPECTATIONS, we discuss the first appearance of Maura Tierney as Abby Lockhart, how the show dealt with the absence of George Clooney, and how it managed to stay afloat for the following ten years.
220: For the Love of the Game w/ Billy Ray Brewton & Amanda Smith
Were joined by Billy Ray Brewton and Amanda Smith to talk about the Kevin Costner baseball flick that time forgot, Sam Raimi's career outlier FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME.
219: Doug's First Movie w/ Teddy Bressman
Have you ever wanted to listen to a grown man cuss out a nice cartoon boy for an hour straight? Well I have some good news for you! DOUG'S 1ST MOVIE with Teddy Bressman is out now!We talk about the original Nickelodeon trio, why this movie got bumped to a theatrical release, and why none of us have talked about Doug in over 20 years.
218: Inspector Gadget w/ Emma Stefansky
Resident gadget lover Emma Stefansky returns to the show as we FINALLY cover INSPECTOR GADGET.We talk about the history of movie studios adapting IP, Kenny shares his experience with Quibi and how it relates to what Disney was doing in the 90s, and we all try to figure out what our ideal Inspector Gadget pitch would be in 2022.Podcast Like It's 2009: Patreon.com/podcastlikeitsTwitter:twitter.com/podcastlikeitsInstagram:instagram.com/podcastlikeitsReddit:reddit.com/r/podcastlikeits
217: Lost and Found
Phil and Kenny once again fly solo, for fear of losing friends if they hadforced anyone to watch the one film that pins David Spade as a romantic lead, LOST & FOUND.We talk about David Spade's post SNL career, and why he never broke out as a leading man outside of films like Joe dirt. We also contemplate what could have been if this movie had Chris Farley playing co-lead as originally intended, and the lazy, meatless plot that drives this movie into obscurity.
Phil and Kenny go guestless for atherapeutictrip to the town of MUMFORD.We talk about Touchstone's identity crisis in the 90s. Are these Disney movies? Are they raunchy comedies? Action flicks?! What's going on here?!? We also discuss Ebert's glowing 3/4 star review, the way this movie fights through its ineptitude to create something watchable, and the borderline inexplicable plot of this film.Podcast Like It's 2009: Patreon.com/podcastlikeitsTwitter:twitter.com/podcastlikeitsInstagram:instagram.com/podcastlikeitsReddit:reddit.com/r/podcastlikeits