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This is the End: A Movie That Almost Destroys Isaac

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Any good podcast challenge will have ups and downs, and this week we face a film that almost destroyed us. After so many episodes of fun and games, we arrive at the 2013 cinematic mess known as This Is The End. How did Isaac survive? Will we ever get over it? Was there anything redeeming about this film that we can possibly explain? Listen and find out.

It’s Over, Get a New Show: Forgetting Sarah Marshall

If you’ve ever ran off to a tropical destination to forget about a break-up, or if you’ve surfed with a pop legend, or perhaps you’ve written rock musical with puppets: no matter who you are, Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) probably has something for you. Which is why we take extra long this time to dissect or rather — explain – why we enjoy or don’t enjoy aspects of this motion picture.

Up Next: This is the End (2013)

Zoolander: The Secret Underground World of Male Models

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Bicyclemark
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Isaac

Have you ever struggled to go left? Or worked in a coal mine dreaming of a career in modelling? Does the song RELAX (Don’t Do it) make you feel funny? Even if you can’t answer yes to any of these, today’s podcast features Mark and a very hot right now Isaac explaining what there is to love about Zoolander as well as what there is to NOT love or even just be confused about. It’s another Ice Ice Podcast and just like Mrs. Ballsteen’s casserole, it’ll stay!

Wedding Crashers: Love Is the Soul’s Recognition Something Something

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Isaac

Somewhere between the crab cakes and the extreme social engineering, two friends accidentally realize their own deep depression and lonliness. Also, the discover the power of meatloaf and funerals. Comedies have come a long way since 2005, yet somehow we still have Wedding Crashers to look back at. Can we explain? Or can’t we? It will make you want to shout.

Old School: Man Codes and Zoning Regulations

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Isaac

Any grown up out there can tell you, the Real Estate game is techerous. Especially when your now house gets rezoned as being on a college campus and your friends force you to start an almost fully inclusive fraternity. But does this concept, more than 15 years later, still hold up? Can we explain the film that is and was Old School (2003)? Isaac and Mark will try, and by the end, we all might just be going streaking through the quad.

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No Commercials, No Mercy: The Legend of Ron Burgundy

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Isaac

Bob Dylan once wrote “The times they are a changin”, but Isaac and Mark never heard that song… so they watched Anchorman instead.

Join us as we build things out of metal and braun, take Dorothy Mantooth out for a nice steak dinner, and above all… soak in the great views of San Diego; they always go down smooth. But after so many years, quotes and a questionable sequel, does this film still fit like a new suit, or is it more like milk on a hot day? Join us for another episode of Ice Ice podcast, and find out.

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40-Year Old Virgin: That Tasted Like Shellfish

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Isaac

Does anyone actually understand the We Sell Your Stuff on Ebay Store? Would Any find carpet if he ripped up his hard wood floors? Is there any truth to the saying “If you don’t use it you lose it?” — Today on ICE ICE PODCAST, we take an embarrassingly deep dive into the possibly classic 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005). Which we think we can explain.

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Step Brothers: Don’t Lose Your Dinosaur

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Isaac

For our innaugeral episode of Ice Ice Podcast, we dive into argueably the best of the Apetow era: Step Brothers. What made this film so lovable for us, and how does it look all these years later? Who deserves credit, and what deserves criticism? Also, how funny is a fart? And why? All this and so much more it hurts… listen in and comment or advise us on our film list on letterboxd.com.