339 – The one about Lost in Space

The Robinson family was going into space to fight for a chance for humanity. Now they are fighting to live long enough to find a way home.

Join Scott, Randy, Dunaway, and Ibbott as they hang out in a time bubble.

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  3. Unlike some folks, I think the whole remake/reboot phenomenon is getting absurd and the fact they’re remaking Flatliners I think is a testament to how bankrupt for ideas Hollywood is at this point. I know it was made in 1990 but lets face it, that was a pretty forgettable movie.

    • Remakes are nothing new. The classic version of The Maltese Falcon with Humphrey Bogart was the third version of the story in ten years. The Wizard of Oz with Judy Garland was something like the sixth adaptation.

      • I don’t disagree that its nothing new, the point is that is getting tiresome, particularly when they’re remaking movies that weren’t worth making in the first place.

  4. Enjoyed this ep as LIS is a bit of a guilty pleasure for me. For all its faults at least it tried to be true to its origins while updating (for 1990) itself. Thank heavens it came before the trend of taking an old TV series and making awful comedies of them. Also, you can’t beat the kickass Apollo 440 credits music.

  5. I remember the episode of Lost in Space with Robbie the robot as a guest star. I saw this in the theatre and it was bad then. I remember this and wing commander for the “Matrix” effect.

    Once Ryan Reynolds was on the Opie and Anthony show and they were asking him about his father Burt Reynolds and he went along with it, so for two years or more, I thought Burt Reynolds was really his father and was telling people that. .

  6. What’s the deal with Scott Fletcher recently? His contributions seem intermittent at best. Or did you forget to play it again! 😂

  7. As far as I am aware, the new Flatliners is a sequel, not a remake. Kiefer Sutherland is playing the same character he did in the first film. He’ll probably show up late in the film to explain what is going on and what they can do . It is confusing because the trailer looks like a remake, complete with lines form the 1990 film and like The Thing prequel from a few years ago, it has kept the exact same title.

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