Manage episode 367826226 series 2846500
It may be rainin' but there's a rainbow above you, you better let somebody love you before it's too late OR SCREW ALL THAT, WHO CARES ABOUT LOVE! LISTEN TO FILMSHAKE INSTEAD! It's the 4th of July, and we're talking 1995's Desperado, which seemed a hell of a lot cooler way back when the Eagles did their FIRST farewell tour, but now that they're on their 60th farewell tour, and Jordan and Nic are a lot older and wiser, does Antonio Banderas not aiming at anyone and still somehow perfectly bullseyeing bad guys who aim right at his chest and can't even hit him with shrapnel sandwiching a sex scene with Salma Hayek that plays like a parody of Last Tango in Paris still look cool?
Let's find out together!
Also, to hit on all of Robert Rodriguez' Mexico Trilogy (maybe we should have dropped this episode on May 5), we briefly talk 1992's El Mariachi and and even more briefly talk about 2003's Once Upon A Time in Mexico before engaging in a trivia battle that turns out even worse than 2003's Once Upon A Time in Mexico.
Now it seems to me some fine things have been laid upon your table, SO QUIT RIDING FENCES AND LISTEN TO FILMSHAKE!
Music Featured This Episode:
"Back to the House That Love Built" by Tito & Tarantula
"Canción Del Mariachi (Moreno de mi Corazón)" by Antonio Banderas and Los Lobos
"Desperado" by The Eagles