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1. What’s the best live-action movie that everyone of all ages can enjoy equally?
2. What movie character would you most want to avenge your death?
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Who was your favorite fighter in today's match? Who else would you like to see go for the belt? Let us know in the comments below and thanks for watching!

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The Mutant Agenda - last year

Dan pitched the Thor movie I need. Two thumbs up for getting our Ragnaroks off.

Postmodern Avare - last year

I'd say everybody can enjoy back to the future

Peter Parker - last year

John Wick is an experienced assassin who scares other assassins. He has done well in getting the revenge he has. He willingly takes on difficult enemies. He cares about his wife and dog then gets revenge for them. He also blends in to almost anywhere since he is human.

Gonzalo Giha - last year

I just realized cucumber is taller than roth…

QuestWorthy - last year

I have not been keeping up with Movie Fights. Apparently there's puppets now…

James Eller - last year

I don't do this often because everyone has different opinions, but… they are all wrong!! The best movie for all ages is by far Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Adults love it as a classic, and I work in a learning center where we have Movie Friday, and the kids always want to watch Willy Wonka

Amirul Feisal - last year

How about make a point that movies need to transcend not just all ages but also ALL GENDER. Star Movies (Ep IV) is awesome, but can it engage female viewers as The Princess Bride? Just a thought..

mikeasteras - last year

Dudes,do you even math?This is the second time that its happenned.
Dan is up 2-1. We got 5 speed round questions.Dan need THREE points to win.Not TWO. Dan went up 4-2 with two questions left..Ed would tie if he won those two.
Did they change the number of questions?

Campo Reviews - last year

cucumber was amazing

David Artman - last year

The puppet bit wasn't funny originally. Its reboot was tired. It is now annoying.
Keep up the good fights! If I may ask: Stop Try Harding. Thanks for reading.

Nicole 9volt - last year

As for question #2… who would you want to avenge your death? I can't believe no one said The Bride from Kill Bill!!!!

Nicole 9volt - last year

Something I don't think was mentioned was when you're a very young kid watching princess bride.. you don't get that it's a "parody".. you see it as a living, breathing story.. it wasn't until I was an adult I went back and noticed the set designs, the jokes and stuff… you gotta remember, we didn't have things like Shrek back then that flipped the narrative . So I got to enjoy the movie as a kid and an adult in two completely different wats

Albert Labriola - last year

I would have picked Ghostbusters and ran away with it.

Albert Labriola - last year

I'd want Pinhead from Hellraiser to avenge my death. That's gonna be brutal.

Albert Labriola - last year

Ed Greer is high-key reverse racist. Lol

Albert Labriola - last year

Did Hulk Smash?

koofreh umoren - last year

Plug in Cucumbers mic!

koofreh umoren - last year

Hal, stop calling Ed brother.. Or call everyone brother, know what i mean..?

Kim Nis - last year

"That is still joy" Sorry dan, I have a New favorite.

Sammy C - last year

Star Wars was a cheap move

Prinegon Bevaris - last year

While I first thought, the best "all ages" movie to battle against Star Wars would be Back to the Future, I think, I had found even a better choice: The Ghostbusters (1984). But why is Ghostbusters superior to Star Wars? It all comes down to what enjoyment the younger generation gets out of the movie. Kids get hooked up to Star Wars through the newer movies and A new Hope is only watched, because it is part of the series. Especially after The force awakens, Luke is not the hero of those kids anymore, Rey is. So while watching ANH not as the first movie of the franchise, they look at the story without the wonder we had, when we were kids. For them it is just another story in an universe they already knew from more actionpacked episodes.
While Ghostbusters also has a newer version, even if a kid got lured into the franchise with the newer film, it takes no genius to realize, the older film is superior in any way. Many kid movies fail, because filmmaker make the film with a kid audience in mind. They then tend to "talk down" to the kids. Most kids catch up to this pretty quickly and are offended by this. Ghostbusters originally was not aimed to be a kids movie, but turned out to be a movie loved by kids. Therefore the tone of the film is more rough and dark than expected out of a kids movie, leaving the kids with the feeling, that they got away with putting their hands in the cookie-jar.

There are a lot of good choices who'd better to avenge my death than the ones discussed, like Deadpool, Wolverine or Don Vito Corleone. But then it hit me, if I had to make a choice, I'd choose Madoka Kaname.
Why? What good would I have on getting even with the one, who killed me? Nothing is gained and I'd still be dead. The most important thing in the world might be the legacy we leave behind. And the thought, that my legacy could be hope spread around the globe, is just comforting. I take that over torturing my offender any day.

Mostly Harmless - last year

more like cutecumber 😉

ElOlafino - last year

I mean, the correct answer to the first question is obviously ET.

Joshua Bonesteel - last year

But Dan, Lucas himself stated that he always felt star wars was a kids movie. Hence why we got ewoks.

magnum567134 - last year

To avenge my death, I'd want the dude from The Protector

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