by Jay Cluitt · June 7, 2020 · Featured, Franchise, LAMBcast, Podcasts · No Comments

Right now we should all be talking about Wonder Woman 84, but alas we are not. Instead, this week on the Lambcast we’re talking about some of the films leading up to the latest instalment of the DC Franchise, specifically the Justice League-centric entries!

Richard was joined by Amanda, Doug, Bubbawheat and James to fight their way through five films, numerous CGI shots and an unknown number of moustaches to determine whether these films have been rightly derided against their MCU counterparts, or is there some value to be had? Listen to find out!

00:00 Introductions
04:31 Man of Steel
24:42 Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice
50:54 Wonder Woman
77:44 Justice League
97:23 Aquaman
111:47 Rants, Raves & Reviews
124:52 Rotten Tomatoes Catch-Up Differential Game
138:00 Plugs
143:57 Out-takes

Show notes:
Spy in the Wild

Doug’s Plugs
The Jam Report – House of Mouse Disney project

Amanda’s Plugs
Hollywood Consumer

Bubbawheat’s Plugs
Flights, Tights & Movie Nights

James’ Plugs
Blogging by Cinema-Light

Richard’s Plugs
Kirkham A Movie A DaySpecial Events
The Strother Martin Film ProjectLove and Bullets

LAMB Plugs
Acting School: Henry Fonda
Director’s Chair: Rob Reiner introduction

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