Jeff Bayer and Eric D. Snider both agree “Kick-Ass” is a good old violent time in the third episode of “Movie B.S. with Bayer and Snider.” “Death at a Funeral” isn’t a big winner, and Snider compares it to the original British version. Snider may just have a chance to beat Bayer in Fixer & Defender as Bayer stumbles through “Star Wars — Episode II: Attack of the Clones.” Most importantly, in Pitch Me the critics come up with a Christopher Walken/Sam Elliott movie that can’t be missed.
“Date Night” gets approval from both Jeff Bayer and Eric D. Snider in this, the second episode of “Movie B.S. with Bayer and Snider.” Somewhat less approved in “The Runaways.” Eric liked “City Island,” which Jeff didn’t see. Jeff and Eric also make fun of the insane things that happen in Tyler Perry’s latest movie, play a round of Fixer and Defender with Kevin Smith’s “Cop Out,” and share weird memories of “Mary Poppins.”
In their premiere episode, Jeff Bayer and Eric D. Snider rip on “Clash of the Titans” (especially its cheap 3-D) and Miley Cyrus’ “The Last Song.” They also discuss 1983’s “Hercules” (starring Lou Ferrigno) and try to make up a Samuel L. Jackson/Michelle Pfeiffer movie on the spot. And for some reason Jeff says “all the sudden” instead of “all of a sudden.”