The Horror season takes a week off as Conor and Luke engage in some extended table time action.  Join Bizarro Luke and Conor as they discuss the bad (and excellent) aspects of The Muppets, the mafioso-out-of-water Lilyhammer and Disney’s latest science-fantasy blockbuster John Carter.

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Cheerfully Inaccurate

Of course Andrew Stanton directed Wall-E and Finding Nemo.  Luke was confused with all the commotion. O!

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This week Conor and Luke find that Miller’s Crossing is both an undervalued Coen brothers movie and also an under appreciated classic of the gangster genre. They find that time has been less kind to The Hudsucker Proxy, a Coen brothers foray into Screwball. Table Time discusses the Raffles books, Deadly Premonition on Xbox and Dead Rising 2. Question time asks what movies should be over ninety minutes and it proves a tough question.

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For our twentieth episode we take a step back from individual films for a special feature on great movie villains. Our Gangsters From Around The World season continues with A Bittersweet Life. Table Time looks at the new RPG Alpha Protocol and the new Louis CK sitcom Louie. Question Time sees Conor and Luke building their respective ideal fictional character dinner parties.

Time Stamps

(00:00) Intro, The Greatest Movie Villains
(29:12) Gangsters From Around The World: A Bittersweet Life
(48:52) Table Time: Alpha Protocol and Louis C.K’s new sitcom Louie
(61:20) Question Time: What movie characters would we invite to a dinner party?

Cheerfully Inaccurate

Steve Martin’s character in Father of the Bride is called George Banks.

Stuff We Mentioned This Week

Le Samourai, The Killer, The Good The Bad The Weird, Castle Of Cagliostro, A Better Tomorrow, Old Boy, Father Of The Bride, The Man With Two Brains, Sgt Bilko, Fletch, The Three Amigos

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