Posts Tagged ‘Nobody’s Hero’

Commentary On Fire 11: Nobody’s Hero (1989)

Watch and listen along as Ken, Tom and David take a deeper look at one of the undiscovered, well thought out underdog stories to come out of Hong Kong cinema. Prepare for a comedian turned serious actor in the role of a lifetime, drills and wicked headshots.

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Podcast On Fire 107: MIKE-CAST 2011 in capitals and in a box

(Recorded mid December 2011)  FOUR of the hosts are gathered up for ALMOST an entire show.  The ones who stay the longest have no life so that’s why Stoo leaves first, Mike Banner second and Ken and David Harris are the last men standing by the hour mark. We do manage to provide reviews of Last Road To Gallantry, Norweigan Wood, The Killer In White and discuss what movies to save for mankind and what movies we want to unearth from unfair obscurity. Also, special announcement!

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