Get ready to bench-press some strippers, because Kiss of Death is the Greatest Movie EVER!
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Review in a Nutshell: Kiss of Death is a shockingly well-made crime drama full of character and suspense. Look for fine performances by a host of skilled actors, including but not limited to Stanley Tucci and Samuel L. Jackson. (Also Nicolas Cage.)
This film contains:
THE CAGE IS DISPLEASED.
Some upper-middle class jerk and his glass of wine.
Could you quit firing MOM!!! She does not deserve this kind of treatment!
Speaking of which, MOM, if you’re bummed about not being able to go to that con in Atlanta, You could always go with me to the GIJoe Collector’s Convention which is in Orlando at the end of March. I’ll even teach you how to yell “YO JOE!!”
Love this. I would like a little more Dave and Joel guest appearances. You’re chemistry with those guys is great.
Paul, Mom’s my wife and I”s favorite co-host – the two of you do good commentary without a lot of lame “geek macho” like you get into with most of your male co-hosts (Darryl Sarratt, I’m SO looking at you!). The episodes we’re most likely to enjoy ate you and Mom, or you and Katherine the Great – have them on more, please!
Yes. I’m so glad you guys reviewed this one. I knew it would be great. Now I should probably see the movie.
For some reason, I avoided this movie like the plague because of it’s association with Jade, a movie I can never get out of my mind no matter how much drink I can be imbued with, and that soured my ability to give Kiss Of… a fair shake. Thanks to M.O.M. and Paul for reviewing this.
I got the sense that Paul was trying real hard to anchor the review with The Cage but David Caruso’s performance meant you guys had to concentrate on hi instead of Cage. No matter, I still want to see it but now to see both men’s turns.
And while we’re on the subject of David Caruso, I am shocked and appalled that you totally failed to mention his Oscar-calibre performance as Kit-Kat in Bruce Willis’ magnum opus, Hudson Hawk 😉
Oh you enjoy Hudson Hawk eh: http://www.granateseed.com/futilepodcast/
@Ian Tee-hee! This’ll be fun.