330 – The one about Around The World in 80 Days

Welcome to episode 330. Today, we watch “Around The World in 80 Days”!

To win a bet, an eccentric British inventor beside his Chinese valet and an aspiring French artist, embarks on a trip full of adventures and dangers around the world in exactly 80 days.

Join Scott, Randy, Dunaway, and Ibbott as they fight with a bench.


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9 thoughts on “330 – The one about Around The World in 80 Days

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  2. The saddest film is I Know My First Name Is Steven due to the aftermath. The true recount of a 7 year old boy Steven Stayner (Corin Nemec) abducted by a pedophile (Michael Rooker). Stayner, at 15, manages to escape by helping a new, younger abductee go to a police station.

    Once returned to his family, Steven drinks heavily, is bullied at school to the point he has to drop out, and the relationship with his father is non-existent. He dies at 24 in a motorcycle accident.

    I cannot watch anything else Nemec has done because, in my mind, he embodied the character so well.

  3. Hi from Canada!
    The only thing I ever knew about this thing is that when I was in French Immersion, we read it in French and my teacher wouldn’t stop going on about what “passparout” meant. She was fascinated with how he could get into anywhere like a skeleton key. Now I can’t watch this movie without thinking of Jackie Chan with a bunch of keys like a night watchman.
    Great Sack guys!

  4. Saddest movie ever is Dancer In The Dark.
    Lara Von Trier with Bjorne doing an anti musical that is just bleak from beginning to end. The only light moments are the delusional musical numbers Bjork dreams up to get through her daily depressing grind.

  5. If you eliminate comedy movies like it’s a mad, mad, mad, mad world, the most cameos I remember in a movie was The Thin Red Line. There is a famous Chinese training company that teaches acrobatics / martial arts , etc and Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung were famous members. Sammo used to bully Jackie Chan back then ( I’m sure jocular teasing)

    I also went to the ” Marriage” line in The Princess Bride in my head.
    Jack Reacher!!! Talk about something that sounds sexual!

  6. The two saddest films in my moviegoing experiences are The Elephant Man- people’s cruelty to physical deformity in the Victorian Age- and The Butcher Boy- about a kid from a tragic home life who’s growin’ up all wrong (directed by Neil Jordan)

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