This week the time machine done conked out so I got Guest Meg Amanda Day as your fearless co-host is (probably) in a dimension of reality where sandwiches can steal souls, back next week (If the time machine gets fixed) So anyway we decided to get a look at another movie that made a lot of money this year, we saw Furious 7 with our special guest Will Noye!
This week Meg Mackay is on loan to the 97th time precinct to track down a temporal fugitive because Dave couldn't be bothered, so Guest Meg Alex Wood is here to peddle the time bike and get us back to 1996 to look around and watch it's Big Gross Movie: Independence Day. We talk about a strange fella from the woods, Canada's national shame, and go over the pile of flags and exploding miniatures that is Independence Day with comedian Megan Myke.
This week Co-host Meg Mackay burst through a rip in the very fabric of space and time on a tank made of spoons just in time to hop in the time machine to have a look at 1974 and catch it's highest grossing movie: The Towering Inferno! We talk about President Nixon resigning, a Japanese guy who was very devoted to his work and invite comedian Bryan Hatt to review a movie about poor building materials and Steve McQueen's ego.
Show notes at http://biggrossmovies.tumblr.com/
This week my fearless co-host and time pilot Meg Mackay is unavailable as she is fighting her way out of a pocket universe where everything is spoons, but worry not as guest Meg Amanda Day is here to shovel time coal into the machine. We get it back to 1931 this week to look around and watch its big gross movie: Frankenstein. We talk about India, foppish dandies, and how Hitler was a real piece of work, then we go over the horror classic: Frankenstein with guest Andrew Barr, host of the horror movie comedy show guts for laughs at Comedy Bar.
Show notes and pictures of history stuff at biggrossmovies.tumblr.com