The Last Jedi is out today, and whilst that’s the topic of next week’s show, this week we’re gearing up to it by looking at its director, Rian Johnson, and his previous three films.
Jay Cluitt was joined by Richard Kirkham, Chris Staron and Daniel Lackey to discuss Brick, The Brothers Bloom and Looper, as well as predict what Johnson will possibly do with a Star Wars movie. Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the Week and a new game!
02:19 Brick discussion (spoilers!)
18:55 The Brothers Bloom discussion (spoilers)
34:52 Looper discussion (spoilers)
54:25 The Last Jedi predictions
59:03 Rants and Raves
71:44 Rotten Tomatoes Game
Lambcasts: A Hard Day’s Night, Looper
Evil Demon Golfball From Hell!!!
Goodfellas kitchen scene
Magnolia opening scene
Brick – running scene
The Brothers Bloom – Opening kid con, cameos
Looper – fingers scene, diner scene, Garrett Dillahunt scene
Die Hard isn’t a Christmas film
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom trailer and teasers
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation Days Podcast
Indiana Jones Minute Podcast
Life Vs Film
Lambscores: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Murder on the Orient Express, Daddy’s Home 2, Bad Mom’s Christmas
Acting School 101: Samuel L. Jackson
Directors Chair: Frank Capra introduction
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