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The Five Dollar Bin w/ Mark and Rick
Lights! Camera! Comedy!
Category: TV & Film
Location: Boston
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January 16, 2017 11:20 AM PST

Mark and Rick share some final thoughts on License to Drive, while Brian travels on down to Disney World. The lads take the 'Corey and Corey Quiz,' ask Siri to help look up drunk actors and research the first instance of swearing on US television. The fellas also run through a list of actor pairs that have worked multiple times together, go on an Arnold Schwarzenegger scavenger hunt and sing the new hit song "Humphrey Bogart Eyes." They even touch upon the mysterious prequel/lost episode of the podcast! Tweet these "Uber Goobers" @5DollarBinPOD and they'll pick you up for a joy ride!

January 09, 2017 11:30 AM PST

Mark, Rick and Brian kick off their first "reviewsit" of 2017 with the Corey Haim/ Corey Feldman coming-of-age comedy License to Drive. The gents identify influences from contemporary films like Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Better Off Dead on the movie, ponder if the use of insurance claims would have voided out the film's plot and share a story of the time their friend broke Heather Graham's toilet. The fellas also coin the term "BM" aka "Before Mark" for a timeline reference, Rick shares insight into diaper etiquette and they become enraged over one particular Saved By the Bell character. The lads also reminisce about their own driver's tests, which likewise contained some wacky obstacles like The Coreys encountered! Hop in the car and enjoy a drive down laughter lane!

January 02, 2017 02:48 PM PST

Mark wishes the cinemaniacs a very Happy New Year and presents a showcase of montages to celebrate some of the best moments of The Five Dollar Bin Podcast from 2016. Some categories shared include favorite deep dive movie theories, celebrity impressions, cheeky moments, musical numbers, "Schmark" transition attempts and wacky characters met along the way. Rick and Brian also send along their personalized good wishes to the cinemaniacs, movies they hope to cover for "reviewsits" this year and films coming to the theater that they are excited to see. It was a great year and these three "Silver Screen Stooges" are ready for more fun times to come! Here's to the movies in 2017!!

December 19, 2016 12:50 PM PST

With the holiday season upon us, Mark and Brian wish the cinemaniacs season's greetings while sharing some final thoughts on Jingle All The Way. The gents exchange some perfect gifts to one another, run through the list of the hottest holiday toys throughout the years and tackle the myth surrounding the Tickle Me Elmo doll when it was at its prime. The lads also play a holiday movie-themed version of the 'Online Review Game,' ponder creating a new segment called the "What Is It? Toy Corner" and Mark perhaps makes his best segue ever (it's a Xmas miracle)! You can come along a-wassailing with these 'Merry Makers' @5DollarBinPOD and here's to the movies in 2017! Happy Holidays!!!

December 11, 2016 08:10 PM PST

Mark, Rick and Brian have a "reviewsit" of the Arnold Schwarzenegger Christmas romp Jingle All The Way, while comparing the vastly different methods in which they viewed the film. The gents recognize the similarities between the movie's opening sequence to that of Hook, share that the plot was based upon the Cabbage Patch Doll frenzy of the '80s and go off on a toy tangent of their own, including a discussion of the current "hot toy" for today's holiday shopping season. The fellas also ponder what the name of the trilogy of Arnold/Danny DeVito films would have been called had they made a 3rd movie together, cast The Guvernator in one of the roles for a Gilligan's Island reboot and take a stab at what the current cost of a movie tie-in Turbo Doll goes for nowadays. Oh, and if you thought this episode would go without way too many Arnold impressions, you'd be sooo wrong!

November 28, 2016 12:48 PM PST

While still stuffed on leftovers, Mark and Rick share some final thoughts on Kingpin while Brian likewise joins in to chat about their Thanksgiving meal experiences from the recent holiday. The fellas run through a list of the greatest bowling scenes in film, discuss the many movies they caught over the Turkey Day break and play a version of the 'Online Review Game' all about Woody. The lads also research the film credits of the Farrelly Brothers go-to actor buddies, discover the awesome movie called "Arlo: The Burping Pig" and there's a whole lot of Michael McDonald-like singing going on! If you are also a fan of belching bacon, tweet these "bird brains" @5DollarBinPOD and let out your own audible notes!

November 21, 2016 11:23 AM PST

To help get you on your way with holiday travels this week, a change of pace with some really quick Thanksgiving wishes to the cinemaniacs and a fun story that came out of last week's Kingpin "reviewsit" about Mark's dad. Have a very happy Turkey Day and we'll return to our regularly scheduled programming next time. Gobble Gobble!

November 14, 2016 12:11 PM PST

Mark and Rick welcome back returning guest Josh Damoulakis for a SUPER SIZED "reviewsit" of the comedy Kingpin. The lads point out the early framework of road trips, reoccurring weirdos and unique soundtracks that would soon become the Farrelly Brothers signature style, identify differences in the 2 versions of the film and everyone expresses the early crushes they had on Vanessa Angel. The gents also count the number of montages throughout the movie, learn about Rick's "Fast Forward Viewing Method" he applies to his film watching and explain what candlepin bowling is to all the non-New England cinemaniacs. This episode is so special Mark even unlocks a 'beer achievement!' Make sure you don't pull a Munson and roll a gutter ball on this episode!

October 31, 2016 11:37 AM PDT

With Halloween still in the air, Mark and Rick share some final thoughts on Ernest Scared Stupid while Brian weighs in on the film as well after being back this week. The gents share the alternative titles proposed for the movie, learn that there were actually Five and not Four Ernest films theatrically released and run through the cinematic clips found in the Scared Stupid opening credits. The lads also debate over a list of films considered top "horror comedies" of all time, play a spooky version of the 'Online Review Game' and discover that Brian is afraid of offending any fictional character that breaks the fourth wall. The fellas are quite 'earnest' when they say tweet them @5DollarBinPOD and you'll get a scary, yet comical reply back from either Mark, Rick, Brian, Chuck, Bobby, Tom or Bobby!

October 24, 2016 11:44 AM PDT

Mark and Rick have a "reviewsit" of the horror-comedy Ernest Scared Stupid, while also wishing the cinemaniacs a Happy Halloween. To kick off the spooky season, the gents discuss favorite trick-or-treating candies from their youth and Mark suggests some costume ideas for Rick and his kids. The lads then get into the movie by wondering if Ernest P. Worrell should be diagnosed with split personality disorder, run through his "characters" that appear throughout the film and give the found definition of the drink MIAK. The fellas also question the efficiency of cereal box stacking in movies, ponder the forms of dairy that trolls are turned off by and quickly touch upon the resurgence of old toys from 20-25 years ago in a new segment called "Toy Corner." Join 'Troll Talker 1 & 2' as they grab some fictional beverages and jump-scare once again into the world of Ernest!

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