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Join Chris, Donna, and Carlos as they pick a movie or TV series from their childhood, share their memories of it, and then see how it holds up. New episodes every other Friday.

Hey, Do You Remember...â€Ș?‬ 27th Letter Productions

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8 ‱ 566 Ratings

Join Chris, Donna, and Carlos as they pick a movie or TV series from their childhood, share their memories of it, and then see how it holds up. New episodes every other Friday.

    All Good Things...

    All Good Things...

    After eight years, it's time for Chris, Donna, and Carlos to say farewell. So on this episode, they're taking off the rose-tinted glasses for their own show and reminiscing about all of the ups and downs HDYR has experienced over the course of its run.


    They each highlight different episodes that stand out to them, share behind the scenes stories, and talk about how their own lives were changing as the show evolved.
    This chapter may be coming to an end, but if you'd like to stay connected with us or keep up to date on our future projects, here's where to find us:
    27th Letter Productions:
    YouTube / Facebook / Instagram / Twitter


    Follow Chris:
    Instagram and Twitter

    Follow Carlos:
    Twitter


    Chris's podcast Rogues Gallery
    and his web series
    The Strange Case of Lucy Chandler
     
    Theme Song:
    Missing You by Trash80 / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0
     
    Closing Song:
    Hey, Do You Remember...? by Frankie + Rufus

    • 1 hr 56 min
    Our Favorite Series Finales

    Our Favorite Series Finales

    The next episode of HDYR is going to be our last (for now), so we thought it would be fitting to take a look back at some of our favorite series finales and discuss what made them so satisfying.

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    • 1 hr 46 min
    Batman Forever

    Batman Forever

    After complaints that Batman Returns had been too traumatizing for younger viewers, Warner Bros. set a clear mandate for the next film in their flagship franchise: lighter, brighter, and more fun.

    Desperate to move away from the gloomier aesthetic of Tim Burton’s first two entries, the studio turned to Joel Schumacher - a director whose pop sensibilities were more in line with pushing happy meals and action figures.

    Batman Forever was an absolutely massive hit at the box office in the summer of 1995, but it remains a divisive installment amongst fans. Join us as unpack its complicated legacy and also clear up some misconceptions about its development and production.

    Topics include: whether or not there was ever actually any version of “Tim Burton’s Batman 3", how late into pre-production Michael Keaton dropped out and what that meant for the film, the much different story Schumacher initially pitched, some insane stories of the tension behind the scenes, the mishandling of Harvey Dent/Two-Face, the challenge of bringing Robin into live-action, alternate casting choices, how we felt about this new approach to the series as kids, where it ranks for us now, and much more!
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    • 2 hr 59 min
    A message from Chris, Donna, and Carlos

    A message from Chris, Donna, and Carlos

    An important announcement from the HDYR gang.

    • 8 min
    Dead Poets Society

    Dead Poets Society

    Carpe Diem, friends! The three of us all remembered the iconic lines and moments peppered throughout Dead Poets Society, but not much else. It turns out there's a pretty good explanation for that.

    Peter Weir's film is a stacked deck in terms of its cast (especially the Oscar-nominated performance of Robin Williams), but does it actually engage with any of the ideas it espouses in its numerous sentimental platitudes? And does that ultimately even matter if there are so many other aspects of this that work?
     
    Topics include: the truly bizarre notes the studio had on how to improve the script, the type of career Robert Sean Leonard seemed destined for in the late 80s, the importance of establishing a clear audience identification character in a story like this, the response to Williams' performance at the time, actors who find out they've been cut from a film at the very last minute, and much more!

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    • 1 hr 56 min
    Dirty Dancing

    Dirty Dancing

    We're having the time of our lives with one of the most requested titles in the history of this podcast. Yes, we swear - it's the truth! And we owe it all to you.

    Topics include: how the director wound up using the real life tension between stars Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey to the film's advantage, the adverse conditions the production faced and where that's reflected in the movie, how many elements of this the screenwriter pulled from her own life, some mixed feelings about the inclusion of 80s pop music in an otherwise period appropriate, the maligned prequel, how shocked we were to discover just how much further this franchise has expanded beyond that, and more!

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    About The Show

    • 1 hr 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
566 Ratings

566 Ratings

Your Friend MO MO ,

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I miss this podcast so much!! It’s like I’ve lost 3 good friends (that’s creepy, sorry đŸ«Ł). But truthfully!! No other podcast can compare!!!

Starwars 1972 ,

COME BACK!!

I’m an 80’s Kidd and can’t get enough of h guys. Just an awesome PC..đŸ«¶đŸ»

CruelMelody ,

Highly entertaining & educational

I stumbled upon this podcast years back and am glad I did. They share the same passion and admiration for movies and sense of humor that I have, and I cannot stress how much I love this podcast. Check out the Speed episode! The Batman (1989) episode! And you will see what I’m talking about. Actually scratch that, do like me and just find a movie you like that they’ve covered and go from there. Thank you Carlos, Donna and Chris! You guys have inspired me to do this with my friends as well. Watch out! We are coming for your spot!

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