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Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

Latest Episodes

Ferris Bueller's Day Off

It’s a Chicago-intensive episode of ‘We’ve Seen That!’ as TJ welcomes his former FOX Sports Radio colleague and Windy City legend Mike North to discuss the iconic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” The 1986 John Hughes classic stars Matthew Broderick as high school senior Ferris Bueller who decides to skip school along with his best friend Cameron and Ferris’ girlfriend Sloan. The trio make the most of the day by visiting Sears Tower, Wrigley Field for a Cubs game, a parade and much more as Ferris manages to avoid Edward R. Rooney, Dean is Students and his attempts to catch Bueller in the act. Mike North brings his Chicago insider knowledge to the show as the guys have fun breaking down one of the 80s most beloved films. Sit back, relax and revisit “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

74 MINJUN 26
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Ferris Bueller's Day Off

Ocean's 11

When’s the last time you were in Vegas? T.J. and Jay revisit the 2001 classic “Ocean’s Eleven” starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Andy Garcia and Julia Roberts. Clooney stars as Danny Ocean, the leader of a crew that is planning to rob THREE Las Vegas casinos — Bellagio, The Mirage and the MGM Grand — on the night of a heavyweight boxing fight. The guys welcome Dallas Film critic/personality, Devin Pike and T.J.'s colleague with Buccaneers.com, Stephen Lynch, to break down one of the greatest heist films of all time! Sir back, let director Steven Soderbergh do the work, relax and enjoy this week’s ‘We’ve Seen That!’ on “Ocean’s Eleven.” Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

88 MINJUN 19
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Ocean's 11

Predator

In a Central American jungle, US Special Operations Forces veteran Major Alan “Dutch” Schaefer and his elite mercenary rescue team are tasked by their former commander with rescuing an official held hostage by insurgents, but end up doing battle with an evil extraterrestrial in "Predator," this week's feature film on 'We've Seen That!' Following the release of Rocky IV, a joke circulated in Hollywood that since Rocky Balboa had run out of earthly opponents, he would have to fight an alien if a fifth film were to be made. Screenwriters Jim and John Thomas took the inspiration from the joke and wrote a screenplay based on it and T.J. and Jay revisit the film that was not only a huge hit in its initial release, but has developed a cult following since its release on June 12, 1987. The stellar cast features a Who's Who of action stars led by Arnold Schwarzenegger and Carl Weathers and including Bill Duke, Jesse 'The Body' Ventura, Sonny Landham and Kevin Peter Hall as the Predator. Jo...

75 MINJUN 12
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Predator

The Great White Hype

On the heels of the HUGE upset in the world of boxing that saw Andy Ruiz knock out heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, T.J. and Jay revisited “The Great White Hype” for this week’s episode of ‘We’ve Seen That!’ The guys are joined by special guest Eric Oligny to discuss the 1996 comedy set in the world of big-time boxing starring Samuel L. Jackson, Damon Wayans, Peter Berg, Jeff Goldblum, Jon Lovitz and Cheech Marin. The basis of the film revolves around a shady promoter (Jackson) who essentially invents a white heavyweight (Berg) contender to take on the champ (Wayans) in order to attract a huge audience both at the fight in Las Vegas as well as on pay-per-view around the world. Sit back, relax and find out if it’s hope or hype! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

83 MINJUN 5
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The Great White Hype

The Firm

"The Firm" the 1993 blockbuster staring Tom Cruise as Mitch McDeere, a recent Harvard law grad joins a small but prestigious Memphis law firm only to discover that many of their clients are involved in various types of criminal activities including helping to launder mob money, get clients off charges and even murder partners who threaten to blow their cover is the focus of this week's show. When the FBI corners McDeere and gives him a 'take or leave it deal' to gather evidence on the lawyer's colleagues, it opens a Pandora's box with his professional and personal life. T.J. and Jay delve into the legal thriller based on John Grisham's best-selling novel that also stars Gene Hackman, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Holly Hunter, Gary Busey, Hal Bolbrook and Wilford Brimley. The guys have behind the scenes stories, fun facts, their thoughts on not only the movie, but the 1991 novel and the 2012 short-lived TV series that aired on NBC and much more. Sit back, relax and revisit Memphis circa 1993 ...

106 MINMAY 30
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The Firm

Presumed Innocent

The summer of 1990 was full of big budget, mega movie star blockbusters starting with “Total Recall” and “Another 48 Hrs.” and including “Days of Thunder” and “Die Hard 2: Die Harder” but one movie that stands out for T.J. and Jay is Harrison Ford in “Presumed Innocent.” This courtroom thriller evolves into a stylish nursery mystery with prosecutor Rusty Sabich finding himself accused of murdering his seductive co-worker Carolyn Polhemus. Sabich hires Sandy Stern to lead his defense in this classic that features twists and turns and multiple “A-ha” moments. The guys break down the intricate plot that includes brilliant supporting performances from Raul Julia, Bonnie Bedelia, Paul Winfield and John Spencer and amazing direction from Alan J. Pakula. Sit back, relax and enjoy the latest “We’ve Seen That!” on “Presumed Innocent.” Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

84 MINMAY 22
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Presumed Innocent

Fletch

Bit by bit, one way or another, T.J. and Jay and special guests Todd Wright and Adam Caplan are going to break down the greatness that is "Fletch" starring Chevy Chase. The 1985 classic starring Chase as Irwin Fletcher, the Los Angeles newspaper reporter that publishes a column under the name of 'Jane Doe' is undercover investigating his drugs on the beach story when he is approached by millionaire Alan Stanwyk (Tim Matheson) with the proposition of a murder-for-hire of Stanwyk himself. The deeper Fletch delves into each of the cases, he discovers that they are intertwined, meaning he needs to open up his bag of tricks and disguises including investing 49 cents in novelty teeth to find the truth and use an obscure court ruling that entitles him to $10,000 worth of airline tickets to Rio. No need to get outta town, just sit back relax and revisit Chevy Chase as "Fletch: on 'We've Seen That!" Follow We've Seen That! on Facebook and Twitter and subscribe on Apple Podcasts where you can...

88 MINMAY 15
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Fletch

Lethal Weapon

Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh are Los Angeles police detectives who are in the midst of investigating the death of Amanda Hunsacker (the daughter of one of Murtaugh’s buddies from his days in Vietnam) when they tie the case to a group of mercenaries smuggling heroin into the country. T.J. and Jay welcome in special guest Devin Pike (@justdevin on Twitter & Instagram) to break down the action classic “Lethal Weapon” starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, directed by Richard Donner and written by Shane Black. The guys discuss the chemistry between the two stars and the multitude of factors that helped transform “Lethal Weapon” from a hit film in 1987 to a franchise that spanned four films and grossed over $955 million worldwide. Sit back, relax and revisit “Lethal Weapon” on ‘We’ve Seen That!’ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

66 MINMAY 8
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Lethal Weapon

We've Seen That- Rush Hour

Los Angeles, 1998 is the scene for the kidnapping of Chinese Consul Han’s 11-year old daughter and much to the chagrin of the FBI, Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker are on the case! Chan portrays Detective Inspector Lee, the Consul’s trusted investigator from Hong Kong. Tucker is Detective James Carter, LAPD’s loudest mouthed officer who was destined for a suspension before being assigned the G-14 Classified job to babysit Lee and keep him away from the FBI’s operation. Together, they work their way through LA to try and find the missing Soo Yung while bringing down the mysterious crime lord Juntao. T.J. and Jay discuss the blockbuster action-comedy that launched the popular franchise with plenty of fun facts and trivia thrown in for good measure. Sit back, relax and revisit “Rush Hour.” Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

64 MINMAY 2
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We've Seen That- Rush Hour

We’ve Seen That: The Karate Kid

“The Karate Kid” is on the heels of celebrating its 35th anniversary. The second season of the popular “Cobra Kai” series debuts on YouTube Red on April 24 What better time for T.J. and Jay to feature the iconic tale of Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and his rivalry with John Lawrence (William Zabka) and the Cobra Kai including Bobby, Dutch, Tommy and the others led by sensei John Kreese (Martin Kove). The story began when Daniel and his mom Lucille move cross country from Newark to southern California where he encounters Mr. Miyagi, the man who would become his best friend and father figure. Daniel also develops a relationship with Ali Mills (Elisabeth Shue), leading to his being taunted and bullied by her ex boyfriend and his loyal group of friends that culminates in the showdown at the All Valley Under 18 Karate Championship. The saga continues to present day where John Lawrence has re-opened the Cobra Kai dojo and Daniel LaRusso is the owner of a successful car dealership an...

78 MINAPR 24
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We’ve Seen That: The Karate Kid

Latest Episodes

Ferris Bueller's Day Off

It’s a Chicago-intensive episode of ‘We’ve Seen That!’ as TJ welcomes his former FOX Sports Radio colleague and Windy City legend Mike North to discuss the iconic “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” The 1986 John Hughes classic stars Matthew Broderick as high school senior Ferris Bueller who decides to skip school along with his best friend Cameron and Ferris’ girlfriend Sloan. The trio make the most of the day by visiting Sears Tower, Wrigley Field for a Cubs game, a parade and much more as Ferris manages to avoid Edward R. Rooney, Dean is Students and his attempts to catch Bueller in the act. Mike North brings his Chicago insider knowledge to the show as the guys have fun breaking down one of the 80s most beloved films. Sit back, relax and revisit “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

74 MINJUN 26
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Ferris Bueller's Day Off

Ocean's 11

When’s the last time you were in Vegas? T.J. and Jay revisit the 2001 classic “Ocean’s Eleven” starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Andy Garcia and Julia Roberts. Clooney stars as Danny Ocean, the leader of a crew that is planning to rob THREE Las Vegas casinos — Bellagio, The Mirage and the MGM Grand — on the night of a heavyweight boxing fight. The guys welcome Dallas Film critic/personality, Devin Pike and T.J.'s colleague with Buccaneers.com, Stephen Lynch, to break down one of the greatest heist films of all time! Sir back, let director Steven Soderbergh do the work, relax and enjoy this week’s ‘We’ve Seen That!’ on “Ocean’s Eleven.” Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

88 MINJUN 19
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Ocean's 11

Predator

In a Central American jungle, US Special Operations Forces veteran Major Alan “Dutch” Schaefer and his elite mercenary rescue team are tasked by their former commander with rescuing an official held hostage by insurgents, but end up doing battle with an evil extraterrestrial in "Predator," this week's feature film on 'We've Seen That!' Following the release of Rocky IV, a joke circulated in Hollywood that since Rocky Balboa had run out of earthly opponents, he would have to fight an alien if a fifth film were to be made. Screenwriters Jim and John Thomas took the inspiration from the joke and wrote a screenplay based on it and T.J. and Jay revisit the film that was not only a huge hit in its initial release, but has developed a cult following since its release on June 12, 1987. The stellar cast features a Who's Who of action stars led by Arnold Schwarzenegger and Carl Weathers and including Bill Duke, Jesse 'The Body' Ventura, Sonny Landham and Kevin Peter Hall as the Predator. Jo...

75 MINJUN 12
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Predator

The Great White Hype

On the heels of the HUGE upset in the world of boxing that saw Andy Ruiz knock out heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, T.J. and Jay revisited “The Great White Hype” for this week’s episode of ‘We’ve Seen That!’ The guys are joined by special guest Eric Oligny to discuss the 1996 comedy set in the world of big-time boxing starring Samuel L. Jackson, Damon Wayans, Peter Berg, Jeff Goldblum, Jon Lovitz and Cheech Marin. The basis of the film revolves around a shady promoter (Jackson) who essentially invents a white heavyweight (Berg) contender to take on the champ (Wayans) in order to attract a huge audience both at the fight in Las Vegas as well as on pay-per-view around the world. Sit back, relax and find out if it’s hope or hype! Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

83 MINJUN 5
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The Great White Hype

The Firm

"The Firm" the 1993 blockbuster staring Tom Cruise as Mitch McDeere, a recent Harvard law grad joins a small but prestigious Memphis law firm only to discover that many of their clients are involved in various types of criminal activities including helping to launder mob money, get clients off charges and even murder partners who threaten to blow their cover is the focus of this week's show. When the FBI corners McDeere and gives him a 'take or leave it deal' to gather evidence on the lawyer's colleagues, it opens a Pandora's box with his professional and personal life. T.J. and Jay delve into the legal thriller based on John Grisham's best-selling novel that also stars Gene Hackman, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Holly Hunter, Gary Busey, Hal Bolbrook and Wilford Brimley. The guys have behind the scenes stories, fun facts, their thoughts on not only the movie, but the 1991 novel and the 2012 short-lived TV series that aired on NBC and much more. Sit back, relax and revisit Memphis circa 1993 ...

106 MINMAY 30
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The Firm

Presumed Innocent

The summer of 1990 was full of big budget, mega movie star blockbusters starting with “Total Recall” and “Another 48 Hrs.” and including “Days of Thunder” and “Die Hard 2: Die Harder” but one movie that stands out for T.J. and Jay is Harrison Ford in “Presumed Innocent.” This courtroom thriller evolves into a stylish nursery mystery with prosecutor Rusty Sabich finding himself accused of murdering his seductive co-worker Carolyn Polhemus. Sabich hires Sandy Stern to lead his defense in this classic that features twists and turns and multiple “A-ha” moments. The guys break down the intricate plot that includes brilliant supporting performances from Raul Julia, Bonnie Bedelia, Paul Winfield and John Spencer and amazing direction from Alan J. Pakula. Sit back, relax and enjoy the latest “We’ve Seen That!” on “Presumed Innocent.” Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

84 MINMAY 22
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Presumed Innocent

Fletch

Bit by bit, one way or another, T.J. and Jay and special guests Todd Wright and Adam Caplan are going to break down the greatness that is "Fletch" starring Chevy Chase. The 1985 classic starring Chase as Irwin Fletcher, the Los Angeles newspaper reporter that publishes a column under the name of 'Jane Doe' is undercover investigating his drugs on the beach story when he is approached by millionaire Alan Stanwyk (Tim Matheson) with the proposition of a murder-for-hire of Stanwyk himself. The deeper Fletch delves into each of the cases, he discovers that they are intertwined, meaning he needs to open up his bag of tricks and disguises including investing 49 cents in novelty teeth to find the truth and use an obscure court ruling that entitles him to $10,000 worth of airline tickets to Rio. No need to get outta town, just sit back relax and revisit Chevy Chase as "Fletch: on 'We've Seen That!" Follow We've Seen That! on Facebook and Twitter and subscribe on Apple Podcasts where you can...

88 MINMAY 15
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Fletch

Lethal Weapon

Martin Riggs and Roger Murtaugh are Los Angeles police detectives who are in the midst of investigating the death of Amanda Hunsacker (the daughter of one of Murtaugh’s buddies from his days in Vietnam) when they tie the case to a group of mercenaries smuggling heroin into the country. T.J. and Jay welcome in special guest Devin Pike (@justdevin on Twitter & Instagram) to break down the action classic “Lethal Weapon” starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, directed by Richard Donner and written by Shane Black. The guys discuss the chemistry between the two stars and the multitude of factors that helped transform “Lethal Weapon” from a hit film in 1987 to a franchise that spanned four films and grossed over $955 million worldwide. Sit back, relax and revisit “Lethal Weapon” on ‘We’ve Seen That!’ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

66 MINMAY 8
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Lethal Weapon

We've Seen That- Rush Hour

Los Angeles, 1998 is the scene for the kidnapping of Chinese Consul Han’s 11-year old daughter and much to the chagrin of the FBI, Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker are on the case! Chan portrays Detective Inspector Lee, the Consul’s trusted investigator from Hong Kong. Tucker is Detective James Carter, LAPD’s loudest mouthed officer who was destined for a suspension before being assigned the G-14 Classified job to babysit Lee and keep him away from the FBI’s operation. Together, they work their way through LA to try and find the missing Soo Yung while bringing down the mysterious crime lord Juntao. T.J. and Jay discuss the blockbuster action-comedy that launched the popular franchise with plenty of fun facts and trivia thrown in for good measure. Sit back, relax and revisit “Rush Hour.” Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/weve-seen-that/donations

64 MINMAY 2
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We've Seen That- Rush Hour

We’ve Seen That: The Karate Kid

“The Karate Kid” is on the heels of celebrating its 35th anniversary. The second season of the popular “Cobra Kai” series debuts on YouTube Red on April 24 What better time for T.J. and Jay to feature the iconic tale of Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) and his rivalry with John Lawrence (William Zabka) and the Cobra Kai including Bobby, Dutch, Tommy and the others led by sensei John Kreese (Martin Kove). The story began when Daniel and his mom Lucille move cross country from Newark to southern California where he encounters Mr. Miyagi, the man who would become his best friend and father figure. Daniel also develops a relationship with Ali Mills (Elisabeth Shue), leading to his being taunted and bullied by her ex boyfriend and his loyal group of friends that culminates in the showdown at the All Valley Under 18 Karate Championship. The saga continues to present day where John Lawrence has re-opened the Cobra Kai dojo and Daniel LaRusso is the owner of a successful car dealership an...

78 MINAPR 24
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We’ve Seen That: The Karate Kid
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