This week we spend some time down Massachusetts way as we endeavor to tackle Ben Affleck’s second directorial effort The Town and Amity Island’s own darling, Jaws.  Table time sees us bask in reverie as Luke looks at Dragon Quest VI for the Nintendo DS and Conor talks about a treasure trove of classic literature just waiting to be unearthed.

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Adrianna in The Sopranos is played by Drea De Matteo, also Luke did not edit out the rambling at the end of table time, he thought it better to keep the show as raw and visceral as the films discussed within.

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This week Conor and Luke return to the traditional format, and to the Blockbuster season with From Russia With Love. The non-blockbuster but also great movie is: Big Trouble In Little China. Table Time sees the table covered in filth. Find out why/how by listening to this week’s show. These notes can’t do everything you know.

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Luke actually really likes those Jack Burton comics and thinks they’re genuinely very good.

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Without Conor, Luke is aimless, like a puppy that’s lost his way.  Lucky for Luke (and you) Morgan McBride is available  and once again proves himself to be an able voiced co-host.  Topics discussed this week include 1993’s tale of repetition and redemption Groundhog Day, Die Hard and movie meals.  Don’t forget to check out Scriptshadow’s Die Hard article! Oh, and enjoy the show!

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Luke falsely identified the number of days Bill Murray spends reliving the 2nd of February as 3000-something, this article reveals a more accurate figure, based on research and the like.  Spoilers obviously.

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5-0. 5-0! Police-work is the order of the day on this week’s Wireless Express Show, Conor and Luke take a trip back in time to the sun kissed and crime ridden streets of the City of Angels with LA Confidential. Later, the Blockbuster Season strides forward unflinching in its drive for justice! It’s 1987’s Robocop, a film which amongst other things illuminates some shocking secrets about Eric Foreman’s father off of That 70’s Show.  Enjoy!

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This week we spoke to Tom Shone, author of Blockbuster, one of the most interesting and entertaining books about movies out there. As always it’s a long-form interview, talking about the book, blockbusters of the seventies and eighties, and movies in general. Tom was very generous with his time and we had a great time talking to him.

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