Talking The Shadow and When Otherwise Good Actors Make Bad Films.
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For the most part, '90s movies starring either Alec Baldwin or Michael Douglas are pretty solid and worth revisiting for those of us who were too young to have seen them in theaters when they first came out. They're generally pretty creepy and tend to involve the piecing together of some sort of puzzle.
They're a good time.
Then there's The Shadow, starring Alec Baldwin as a sort of knockoff Batman. It is not one of those movies. It sucks. It's terrible. Very cheaply made. Not good.
But, hey, sometimes bad things are more fun to discuss than good ones. Which I suppose if the only reason why my guest here, my The Ticket colleague and former “This Is Dallas” co-host Mike Marshall, somehow spent 40 minutes talking about it.
That's really the only explanation I can come up with. So, uh, enjoy?