289: The one about Sphere

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Welcome to episode 289. Today, we watch “Sphere”!

A spaceship is discovered under three hundred years’ worth of coral growth at the bottom of the ocean.

Join Scott, Randy, Dunaway, and Ibbott as they make snakes with their minds.

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11 thoughts on “289: The one about Sphere

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  2. Love the episode on elevators. Reminds me of work, where I sit all night in a small room and answer the phone when people accidentally push the call button.The best part of my job is making the elevators go where I want them to, making you think it’s haunted.

  3. I wish Christopher Nolan had made this…at least then Michael Caine would’ve appeared and explained just what the hell was going on for the sake of the audience.

  4. Don’t let your Meat Loaf!

    I think Willie Nelson is great on film. Check out Thief and Barbarosa. He gets real.

  5. Love the book and the movie, though the movie doesn’t hold up as well as I remember.

    I saw the movie first and thought the solution to their problems was to kill Harry. So good thing they didn’t do that.

    In fact, the black guy doesn’t die first (or die at all). However, the black woman did die first. But I think we all knew that the lab techs down there were going to be the red shirts of the movie.

  6. “The Sting” is a great example of using title cards to good effect.

  7. I have a beef with Meat Loaf, too….he’s delicious in Rocky Horror!!

  8. I barely remember this movie I and I think its because I wasn’t impressed. Come to think of it, as much as I enjoy Chrichton books, the screen adaptations leave much to be desired.

    I also think Dustin Hoffman took me out of the movie because I’m just not a fan. Actually he mumbles through all his movies. I saw him in an interview years ago and the man could barely string out a sentence without constant ;uhhhhhhhss…ummmmmmmm. I couldn’t tell if he was drunk or took a blow to the head. Much better undersea movie is The Abyss.

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