After the Credits Episode 43 – November Preview


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Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen (353 Haiku Review) and Marina look ahead to the films opening in November.

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Show Notes:

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:01 – Bumper

:04 – Opening Music: Brother Love‘s “There She Goes”
1:04 – Introduction

Opening October 31st

4:18The Haunting of Molly Hartley
5:22Zack and Miri Make a Porno
6:04The Other End of the Line

Opening November 7th

6:45Role Models
7:48Soul Men
8:47Madagascar 2
9:30Repo! the Genetic Opera
13:01The Boy In the Striped Pajamas
John’s Review
Colleen’s Review

Opening November 14th

16:35Quantum of Solace
19:23Assassination of a High School President
20:12Slumdog Millionaire
21:00Christmas Tale
Marina’s Review
Colleen’s Review

Opening November 21st

24:35The Soloist
24:56Transporter 3
26:06Four Christmases

32:22 – Closing thoughts
Michael Slade Interview
35:04 – Closing Music: Admiral Twin‘s “You Hung the Moon”

6 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 43 – November Preview

  1. I'm so very curious to hear what you all think of Repo! The Genetic Opera. It's getting such polar reactions (dismissive vs fans) it will be nice to hear what more people think of it.

    It's too bad Let the Right One is isn't listed 🙁 It's opening here tomorrow and I couldn't be more excited, or surprized!

  2. Ah! Now that makes more sense.

    And good call on the discussion re: Awards seasons films being totally omitted from the November releases. Even looking ahead to December there isn't a ton that screams Oscars. Is it conspiricy to get The Dark Knight in for some awards? 😉

  3. I would sat Dark Knight has a very good chance of getting a Best Picture nod… its been a weak year and it is one of those rallying around films… and the Academy probably would like the exposure.

    last I heard the Road was a 2009 film.

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