Are you as sick of 2020 as the rest of the world seems to be? Was your movie going experience dented by the closure of cinema’s around the world? Have you been bingeing on Netflix and run out of stuff to see? Well we have a show for you.
Join a colorful cast of characters as we trudge thru the movie landscape of the last 12 months. There were plenty of disappointments and things to complain about, but our five Lambs found plenty to praise as well. Richard is back after a couple of weeks and he is accompanied by a group of film lovers who have a big variety of interests.
The guests this week include Kristin Lopez, , Brian Eggert, and Cameron Kanachki and they found a trove of buried treasure for you to learn about. First however we talk about a few things we had on our minds about the film business under the current conditions. We each share a Top Ten list for the year, and finally we get some Oscar prognostications.
Don’t be afraid to take the plunge into the dumpster fire that was 2020 Cinema, The Lambcast has rescued a bunch of gems that you have both seen and never heard of, in pretty equal amounts.
Opening Discussion 2:30
Top Ten Lists 10 thru 6 19:30
Top Ten Lists 5 thru 1 1:08:34
Oscar Talk 2:18:43
Rants/Raves Reviews 2:22:13
Kristin Ticklish Business
Brian Deep Focus Review
Rishabh Rishabh Vashishtha Reviews
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