Mike, Tommy, Kevin and the Quackolytes try to re-name the Mighty Ducks documentaries. From First Puck to Lawyered! to The Real Minnesota Miracle man, they provide alternate titles to the films both overall and in relation of specific characters.
How do you feel about May 9 at 7 p.m. CST for our second Google Hangout?
Thanks to everybody who submitted entries.
We had some great entries since we recorded the episode:
Knuckle Puck: The untold redemption story of how a self-destructing lawyer teamed up with a criminal mastermind to become America’s team.— Clear and Parent Danger (@m_parent) April 29, 2020
A bit long (maybe better for the novels?). The Minnesota Miracle Men series, subtitled:— Jeremiah Bersche (@HersheyWithA_B) April 29, 2020
Bombay: Teach Them to Fly
Jans: Ducks Fly Together
Conway: Two Way Hockey
The Charlie Conway Story— Nigel (@28_8kbpsTweets) April 28, 2020
Part 1: Spazway
Part 2: Captain Duck
Part 3: Earning the “C”
Just Win— Nigel (@28_8kbpsTweets) April 28, 2020
Bombay Begins— Nigel (@28_8kbpsTweets) April 28, 2020
The Duck Knight
The Duck Knight Rises
1) “A Ducks Story”— Chef Jojo (@IamChefJoJo) April 27, 2020
2) “A Ducks Story: The Goodwill Games Saga”
3) “A Ducks Story: The Eden Hall Saga”
1) The Flying V— John Hodge (@HighwayHodge) April 27, 2020
2) Knuckle-Puck Time
3) The Minnesota Miracle Man
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button came out in 2008.
The Florida Project has a 96% (!) on Rotten Tomatoes.
Thanks to @dwayne_gordner for the #QuackQuestion.
@QuackAttackPod who would win in a fight between Doug Glatt from Goon and the Bash Brothers at D3 age?#quackquestion— DougGordner (@dwayne_gordner) January 28, 2020
Goon has an 81 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
The Goon trailer:
Goon is based on Doug Smith, who once racked up 179 penalty minutes in just 28 ECHL games one season.