A B-movie/war movie that is so over the top that it is actually an anti-war movie. Back when the left was dependably against war.
Mike C. joins us again to do his part as we discuss one of his favorite movies.
We also discuss how they acquired rights to Heinlein novel for the name and some characters, but is pretty much the opposite of the sentiment of the novel and was already written prior to said acquisition. In fact, the director couldn't even get through the novel.
This may be one of the great troll jobs in film history.
Join us next week as we sing our way through the Hugh Jackman version of Les Miserables.