Friday, November 26, 2010

#318 - Too Grumpy Movie Club: "Twelve Monkeys"


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0:00:00 - Paul's on the posh drinks, but Spike donates his update to his niece, who has just turned legal. To drink, you filthy buggers.

0:05:33 - John Carpenter's first film "Dark Star" kicks off Paul's Week In Stuff, followed by a shockingly mostly positive perspective on "Disney's A Christmas Carol, TM", and a warm and fuzzy family movie in the shape of "That Evening Sun".

0:20:55 - Spike's varied Week In Stuff goes from wizards ("Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows") to blizards ("Avatar: The Last Airbender") to hazards ("Bloody Sunday")

29:19 - Terry Gilliam's "Twelve Monkeys" is the most recent inductee to the Too Grumpy Movie Club, and P&S are joined by lawblogger and former president of the eUnited States Jedi Jawa, for a scholarly response to the film.


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