“It’s incomprehensible how incomprehensible this movie is.”
Inspired by Mike Tyson and Steven Seagal’s phantom dustup in China Salesman, film critic Daniel Barnes and comedy beam-of-pure-energy Corky McDonnell are in a fighting mood on this week’s Dare Daniel mini-episode.
After rehashing the double-fisted, single-celled lunacy of China Salesman, Daniel and Corky tussle over their picks for the Best and Worst movie fight scenes, igniting a Dodge City-style barroom brawl of words.
The hosts also look ahead to next week’s review of the bloviating biopic Gotti, a filmed Wikipedia entry that earned legendary bad movie status upon release last year.
Elsewhere, Daniel and Corky complain about gooey special effects, worry about mouth-puckering aliens and read a few of your movie dares.
Question of the Week: What are the best and worst movie fight scenes?
Daniel’s Best: News team rumble in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy; Daniel’s Worst: Jell-o Juggernaut in Deadpool 2
Corky’s Best: Hallway mayhem in Oldboy; Corky’s Worst: Sonny beats up Carlo in The Godfather
New Dares: Mac and Me (Liam); Waterworld (Jorge G.); Prayer of the Rollerboys (Mike Dub)
Original theatrical trailer for Gotti
Sauna fight in Eastern Promises
Night and the City wrestling scene
The Stained Glass Knight from Young Sherlock Holmes
Paul Rudd’s Mac and Me bit on Conan
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