Archive for August, 2010

We definitely recommend Animal Kingdom, which is the best movie in the latest wave of Australians showing Hollywood how it’s done. Until you see it, fast forward to this week’s 3×3 at the one-hour-and-five-minute mark for our choice of movies that should have been in 3D.

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What happens when two overly analytical dudes and Kelly Wand watch a summer creature feature? Find out on this week’s podcast. If you don’t want us to spoil Piranha 3D for you, fast forward to this week’s 3×3 for our favorite movie outfits. It starts at the one hour and three minute mark.

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We’re not acquainted with Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, the book, but we’ve seen the movie and we’re mostly Michael Cera fans. Find out what happens next. This week’s 3×3, our favorite protagonist ass-kickings, starts at the 47-minute mark.

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Stephen Alwon cannot be punk’d. Even if you have a special guest on the podcast to help you try to punk him. I wish I’d known this before I tried, because the podcast didn’t turn out how I intended.

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Winter’s Bone, a country noir set in the Ozarks, is quite a revelation. You should see it and then listen to our podcast about it. And if you listen to just one 3×3 this year, it probably shouldn’t be our discussion of the best uses of lava, which begins at the 52-minute mark.

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Justin and I set a record for the longest Qt3 Games Podcast, and not just because we each have so much to say about Starcraft II. There’s also a lot about parliamentary procedure, zombie purists, some Chinese guy whose name I’m not even going to bother trying to spell, and how Justin is in charge of a) two million dollars and b) getting balloons for the prom.

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Steve Carell and Paul Rudd show up in an Americanized remake of a foreign film. It’s apparently a comedy. This week’s 3×3 begins at the 40-minutes mark. We discuss our three favorite uses of another language.

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