Commentary: Tango & Cash (w/ Jimmy B!)

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Join me as I’m joined for the first time by Jimmy B from the Friends in Your Head forum and Extended Edition podcast for a look at Sylvester Stallone and Kurt Russell’s big team-up. We compare it to Lethal Weapon, Police Story, Die Hard, other buddy-cop comedies of the time, and James Bond movies.

We also marvel at their hair and suits, and at a still-humble Teri Hatcher. We stand in awe that the film ever saw the light of day because, at some point, everybody but Stallone got replaced at least once.

Jimmy’s microphone betrays us, and he’s a bit difficult to understand at times. (I mean aside from the Scottish accent.)

Technically, this is explicit, but not really.

We’re watching the Blu-ray. Start with the Warner Brothers logo, on the countdown.

4 thoughts on “Commentary: Tango & Cash (w/ Jimmy B!)”

  1. Yeah, sorry about the sound, I don’t really know what happened to be honest. I was too excited to be doing a commentary with Tysto I didn’t do all the proper checks :D

  2. I’m very sorry for saying this, but honestly I couldn´t understand what Jimmy was saying in the commentary. Equally parts because of his trouble with the sound and the microphone, but also because he has a very thick Scottish accent. So when the sound was not clear, as with Tysto, it made it practically impossible to catch his comments.

  3. Yeah, I guess I’m used to his accent, tho, so I don’t have a problem with it. But yeah, we’ll need to get his microphone sorted out for more of these.

    1. Yes, I guess I could overlook the thick accent if only the microphone and audio was at a better level. I think the combination of these two problems made it a difficult commentary to listen to.

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