by Jay Cluitt · July 16, 2020 · Discussion, Featured, LAMBcast, Podcasts · No Comments

There’s still no new films at the cinemas to watch, but that’s OK, we’ve got lots of other things to discuss instead. Five, to be exact!

Jay is often useless on these shows and this would’ve been no exception, so Richard took the helm and was joined by Howard, Robert, Todd and Cameron to discuss scores, spoilers, cinemas, time loops and the state of independent American films, along with many other things besides.

00:00 Intro
02:32 No-one ranks the Bond actors
03:38 Todd sets the score on movie music
29:12 Cameron laments spoiled movies (spoiler alert for The Departed)
42:52 Howard surfs the notion of the American New Wave
56:50 Richard celebrates the greatest cinemas
86:45 Robert is stuck in a time loop with Palm Springs
100:30 Boring Descriptions Movie Game
108:30 Plugs

Show notes:
Cinema Treasures

Cameron’s Plugs
The Michigan Movie Guy

Todd’s Plugs
Forgotten FilmsThis Could Be the Night
Walt Sent Me

Howard’s Plugs
Pop ArtDumb & Dumber & Too Late For Tears, Get Out & Upstream Color

Robert’s Plugs
To The Escape Hatch

Richard’s Plugs
Kirkham A Movie A DaySummer movies
Catching Up podcast

LAMB Plugs
Acting School: Wesley Snipes
Director’s Chair: Joel Schumacher introduction
Vote for August’s MOTM:

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