There are times when your own opinion doesn’t necessarily match up with the general population. I don’t mean when you dislike Adam Sandler’s latest trough of tripe but it still tops the box office, I’m talking about the opinions of real people – you know, movie critics. There are films out there that it has been deemed not just unusual, but seemingly implausible to not just like, but love. That’s what we’re talking about today; the films we will gladly watch any day of the week, but admitting to do so sounds borderline insane.
Host Jay Cluitt was joined by Kristen Lopez, Bubbawheat, David Brook and Matt Stewart to discuss the movies they love that others might ridicule them about. In fact, some of them are definitely worthy of ridicule, because that’s exactly what was dished out and received on the show.
Many thanks to the other LAMBs who left some guilty pleasure voicemails. You can find their websites below:
French Toast Sunday
To The Escape Hatch
Lime Reviews and Strawberry Confessions
The Vern’s Video Vortex
Also on tap were the Rants and Raves of the week, and a couple of rounds of Last Lamb Standing.
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