As long as there are people to remember Burt Reynolds, they're most likely to recall the goofy, charismatic, hard-driving star of movies like "Smokey and the Bandit" and "Cannonball Run," and the benevolent despot of the late-'70s porn scene in his Oscar-nominated role in "Boogie Nights." But it's possible that none of those Reynolds performances would have existed without his star-making turn in 1972's DELIVERANCE. Reynolds' death gives Adam and Josh a chance to catch up with John Boorman's Best Picture-nominated film in a 'Blindspotting' review. Plus, a 'funny voices' edition of Massacre Theatre, and a review of the new THE PREDATOR. written and directed by Shane Black ("Kiss Kiss Bang Bang," "The Nice Guys").
0:00-2:26 - Billboard
5:26-23:55 - Review: "The Predator"
Mountain Man, "Rang Tang Ring Toon"
25:35-31:10 - Next Week / Notes
31:10-42:50 - Massacre Theatre
44:50-1:23:04 - Burt Reynolds Tribute: "Deliverance"
1:23:04-1:26:15 - Close
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