The Monday Night Movie June 2016 Schedule

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Our live film commentaries are full of anniversaries in June, even if E3 disrupts it a little bit! Welcome to Earf, Monday Night Movie schedule…

Well, May was something else, huh? But now Laser Time is preparing for a summer of fun to begin in June, starting with this month’s Monday Night Movies schedule! These viewing parties happen every week, and in a recent change you can all join us LIVE for the video streams of the movie, while the archived MP3 is only available to our lovely Patreon supporters (or for sale on Laser Time’s Bandcamp). Previous commentaries include Terminator 2, Back to The Future, and Power Rangers: The Movie.

Short version: We select a different film each week and live stream our fan commentary every Monday at 6PM Pacific, exclusively for Laser Time Patreon members who pledge as little as $5 a month. (BTW, that paltry $5 a month also nets you a bonus weekly podcast, the first season of Talking Simpsons, and much, much more, so why not treat yourself?)

June has four different Monday nights to schedule, but thanks to E3 press conferences, we’re only doing 3 movies and saving the usual community choice for twice next month to make of for missing it this month. The MNMs start with…

Ninja Turtles

TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES (1990) – June 6
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With the new sequel coming to theaters, we feel like reliving the only live action TMNT film that could be considered legitimately good. T-U-R-T-L-E POWER is in full effect in this 1990 film that the Laser Time crew watched far too many times. How does this comic book film with indie sensibilities hold up 26 years later? Find out live with us and why not watch our stream of the TMNT Arcade Game while you’re waiting for Monday to arrive?

PlayStation Press Conference

THE PLAYSTATION E3 PRESS CONFERENCE – June 13

Apologies for interrupting our regularly scheduled programming of film commentary, but we’ll be tied up live commentating on E3 press conferences this coming week. And at 6pm Pacific is the Sony PlayStation press conference, so we’ll be sharing our thoughts on that as it happens! Be sure to join us, because last year’s was tons of fun!

Ferris

FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF – June 20nd
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Boy, 1986 was some year for movies, huh? One of Chris’ all-time favorite comedies turns 30 this month – life moves by pretty fast, doesn’t it? So stop and look around at this week’s Monday Night Movie. Is Ferris’ journey through Chicago still great? How young does Charlie Sheen still look? Find out live with us at 6pm Pacific!

ID4

ID4: INDEPENDENCE DAY – June 27th
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20 years later (both in the film and in real life) aliens are invading once more on July 4th, so we’re pulling up ancient history with this 1996 film. See Will Smith’s star-making turn and when Randy Quaid only acted unhinged instead of living that offscreen. So celebrate your independence a little early as you prepare for the newest movie.

THIS IS OUR PATREON!

We hope this crop of Monday Night Movies got you jazzed for May. And just to make it clear, if anything as big as the death of David Bowie happens, we reserve the right to change this schedule on the fly. Hopefully it never comes to that though. Again, if you want to join in, the best way is to donate to our Patreon at the $5 level. Just to have it all clear in bold text…

MONDAY NIGHT MOVIES begin every MONDAY @ 6:00 PM PACIFIC TIME (unless stated otherwise) live on the site, and the MP3s are exclusively available for Patreon members at the $5 level

5 thoughts on “The Monday Night Movie June 2016 Schedule

  1. This is a god damn amazing month! TMNT, Independence Day aaand Feris Beauller I love you guys! (ps: try to get Dianer for the Feris Beauller commentary)

  2. I watched the second TMNT on Netflix a few months ago, I didn’t remember it being so cartoony compared to the first one. I also watched the third one this weekend, and hadn’t seen it before, it wasn’t as terrible as I’d heard, but it really wasn’t the same as the first.

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