After the Credits Episode 50 – December Preview


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Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen (353 Haiku Review) and Marina look ahead to the films opening in December and tangent into a review of Baz Luhrmann’s Australia.

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Show Notes:

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:01 – Bumper

:04 – Opening Music: Friends Of Friends‘ “Table Fate”
:46 – Introduction

Opening December 5th

5:42Cadillac Records
8:01Punisher: War Zone
8:52Nobel Son

Opening December 12th

13:02Nothing Like the Holidays
14:00The Reader
15:04The Day the Earth Stood Still
17:48Gran Torino
18:50Wendy and Lucy
19:55What Doesn’t Kill You

Opening December 19th

21:43Seven Pounds
25:51The Tale of Despereaux
27:07The Wrestler
28:07The Brothers Bloom
Kurt’s Review
30:00Yes Man
31:30Nothing But the Truth

Opening December 26st

32:39Bedtime Stories
33:14The Spirit
36:49Revolutionary Road
39:58Marley & Me
41:20Last Chance Harvey
43:09Waltz With Bashir
Marina’s Review
45:45The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
– Read the Short Story

55:15Australia Review

1:04:04 – Closing thoughts
1:06:58 – Closing Music: Paramore‘s “Pressure”

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Australia Trailer

Marina’s Review
Colleen’s Review

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Current Films: Soylent Green and The Insider
Upcoming Films: Night of the Creeps and Gremlins 2: The New Batch

Ages Three and Up’s “Sick Flicks”

– December 15th at the Oakridge Cinemas, Die Hard

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4 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 50 – December Preview

  1. Films seen numerous times in the theatre (as requested):

    Some Kind of Wonderful – 3 times!

    Mamma Mia – 3 times, each time with important women in my life and we all loved it

    Those were the most, but there was one film that was so good I saw it twice during TIFF, not an easy feat! The second time I brought my sister. The film is True North ( and sadly didn't get a regular Canadian release.

    I'm so impressed that Coleen saw Tank Girl 7 times – that film rocks!!

    Christmas Movie Traditions – not so much on these. I tend to fall back on classic Christmas films prior to Christmas like It's A Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street (B&W), A Christmas Story, The Bishop's Wife.

    I also tend to take in Going My Way and The Bell's of St. Marys for some Bing Crosby goodness. And sometimes, Star Wars.

    I think it's all about comforting classics although last year I did something completely different and had a Bruce Lee Movie Marathon! I might keep up with that and snag more Kung Fu films for this year.

  2. Just starting the show and had to comment:

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  3. Never watched "Friends" but that clip was pretty funny.

    As for Ron Howard:

    Cocoon = not my thing

    Splash = fun

    Gung Ho = never seen it

    Apollo 13 = meh

    Cinderella Man = meh

    But dude, he directed Far and Away which comes up later in the podcast. That movie is shit but I have a soft spot for it.

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