History YMMV / TheBluesBrothers

4th Jun '16 2:29:32 PM costanton11
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* The Human Prop: In the original: Tom "Bones" Malone. All other band members are prominently featured in at least one scene and/or have a memorable line.

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* The Human Prop: TheHumanProp: In the original: Tom "Bones" Malone. All other band members are prominently featured in at least one scene and/or have a memorable line. He only has a couple of assorted lines and doesn't do anything particularly memorable
23rd May '16 6:03:37 PM maxwellsilver
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*** [[{{Earworm}} 634-5789]] with Wilson Pickett and Funky Nassau are also quite catchy.

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*** [[{{Earworm}} 634-5789]] 634-5789 with Wilson Pickett and Funky Nassau are also quite catchy.
23rd May '16 12:18:53 PM teachzebra
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*The Human Prop: In the original: Tom "Bones" Malone. All other band members are prominently featured in at least one scene and/or have a memorable line.


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** The original is basically a series of One Scen Wonders: Frank Oz as the prison guard, Kathleen Freeman as the Penguin, James Brown as the Preacher, Aretha Franklin as the diner owner, Ray Charles as the owner of Ray's. There are other memorable characters as well.....
20th May '16 5:18:26 AM erforce
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** Elwood's "Who you gonna call, Jake?" at the phone booth is put in entirely new perspective when you consider Aykroyd's [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} other well known work]].

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** Elwood's "Who you gonna call, Jake?" at the phone booth is put in entirely new perspective when you consider Aykroyd's [[Film/{{Ghostbusters}} [[Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}} other well known work]].



** Buster's suit with Converse sneakers is awfully similar to [[DoctorWho the Tenth Doctor's.]]

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** Buster's suit with Converse sneakers is awfully similar to [[DoctorWho [[Series/DoctorWho the Tenth Doctor's.]]
14th May '16 8:41:35 AM maxwellsilver
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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: There was a platformer for the UsefulNotes/SuperNES. It has almost nothing to do with either the movies or the skit [[InNameOnly beyond the name]], controls that are poor at best, downright painful at worst, and it isn't designed too well. Oh, and it was made by Creator/TitusSoftware, who also worked on the Super NES PortingDisaster of ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia2'', ''VideoGame/{{Carmageddon}} [[SuperTitleSixtyFourAdvance 64]]'' (another Porting Disaster), the ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' Game Boy game that WebVideo/JonTron reviewed, and last but not least, ''VideoGame/{{Superman 64}}''. Not much more needs to be said about this.

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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: There was a platformer for the UsefulNotes/SuperNES. It has almost nothing to do with either the movies or the skit [[InNameOnly beyond the name]], controls that are poor at best, downright painful at worst, and it isn't designed too well. Oh, and it was made by Creator/TitusSoftware, who also worked on the Super NES PortingDisaster of ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia2'', ''VideoGame/{{Carmageddon}} [[SuperTitleSixtyFourAdvance 64]]'' (another Porting Disaster), the ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' for the Game Boy game that WebVideo/JonTron reviewed, and and, last but not least, ''VideoGame/{{Superman 64}}''. Not much more needs to be said about this.
14th May '16 8:41:02 AM maxwellsilver
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* RefugeInAudacity: The climax of the film is ''hilarious'' simply because of how ludicrously over the top it all is. Some of the car stunts especially fall into this.
4th Mar '16 6:23:25 PM wittylibrarian
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** The [[http://www.postergiant.com/mi250.jpg Briefcase Full of Blues poster]] that included the {{Badass quote}} "It's 106 Miles to Chicago..." For a period in TheEighties it was one of the most popular to decorate college dorm walls.

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** The [[http://www.postergiant.com/mi250.jpg Briefcase Full of Blues poster]] that included the {{Badass quote}} {{Badass}} quote "It's 106 Miles to Chicago..." For a period in TheEighties it was one of the most popular to decorate college dorm walls.
4th Mar '16 6:22:54 PM wittylibrarian
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** The [[http://www.postergiant.com/mi250.jpg Briefcase Full of Blues poster]] that included the {{Badass quote}} "It's 106 Miles to Chicago..." For a period in TheEighties it was one of the most popular to decorate college dorm walls.
2nd Jan '16 7:43:03 PM Premonition45
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** Recently, [[Film/TheDarkKnight another movie]] has featured an extended, extremely destructive chase scene through the Chicago underpass system. Soundtrack swap material, anyone?

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** Recently, [[Film/TheDarkKnight another Another movie]] made in Chicago has featured an extended, extremely destructive chase scene through the Chicago underpass system. Soundtrack swap material, anyone?
28th Dec '15 1:02:08 AM Geoduck
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* FridgeBrilliance: The brothers really are on a MissionFromGod; the Bluesmobile performs impossible stunts right up to the exact moment it's no longer needed, whereupon it literally falls to pieces, and nobody appears to get so much as scratched, even in massive multi-car pileups or inside a collapsing building.
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