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Reel Talk Podcast #23 – Killing Them Softly with Django, Bilbo and Les Miserables!

January 3, 2013

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We’re back from our break! One of us went out of town, while they other wound up in quarantine, but both of us get some decent rest during the holidays. We got back together on the last day of 2012 to discuss four movies (out of the many that we saw) and get back into the groove of hearing ourselves ramble. We hope everyone is looking forward to 2013 – it’s gonna be a great year of movies – and would like to thank you for listening to us. I personally will do my darndest to refrain from the use of “uh”, “um” and “anyways”, but it might take a while.

EPISODE 23 – Breakdown

  • Intro
  • Movie Discussion– Demetri starts off by talking about “Killing them Softly” and then both he and David discuss “Django Unchained” and “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey”, followed by David’s brief review of “Les Miserables”.
  • Announcements: there’s some of the special upcoming screenings at the Patio Theater!

 

Check it HERE!

 

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