Archive for November, 2010

Join us this week for some explosive three-way action between a driver, a cop, and a killer! Also, the movie Faster. Or just fast forward to this week’s 3×3 at the 49-minute mark for movies that deserve sequels.

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Unlike the inspiration for his username, Mark Marinelli is indeed an Atomic Playboy. And as a Borderlands fan, he does a grand job of refuting my attempts to play devil’s advocate. I’m sure it didn’t hurt that I suck at pretending to be a Borderlands detractor.

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127 Hours is grueling, to be sure. But then what? Listen to this week’s podcast. If you haven’t seen the movie, skip ahead to our 3×3 at the 54-minute mark for the best scenes with eggs. Yep, that’s the actual topic.

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We love cheesy sci-fi about alien invasions, particularly invasions of our home city of Los Angeles! But do we love Skyline? Listen to the podcast and find out, or fast forward to the 51-minute mark for this week’s 3×3: great movie, shame about the name.

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Sal “sluggo” Accardo almost blows it before he’s even introduced. But by the time the podcast is over, you’ll understand why Sal is Qt3′s hardest core Rock Bander.

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Does this latter-day Planes, Trains, and Automobiles with Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis work for us? Find out in our Due Date podcast. Or fast forward to this week’s 3×3 for moments that portray religion sincerely in movies. It starts at the 37-minute mark.

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Is Scott McKinnon (you know him as Mink Staccato) the Karate Kid of pinball wizards, or the Rocky? Listen to this week’s podcast for the lowdown on his showdown with the bad boys of Oregon’s infamous Crazy Flipper Fingers gang.

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We get in the way-back machine to finally get around to discussing The Social Network. Our 3×3 of sequels that are better than the originals begins at the 42-minute mark.

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