Everybody is in for a treat here. We have five Lambs of different ages who have wide perspectives on the year of 1992. No one went with a strictly Best film list, instead we got childhood favorites, English Slice of Life mediations, Dark Comedies, animated fare, and a few traditional films as well
This week Richard was joined by Todd Liebenow, Howard Casner, Nick Rehak and David Brook for this deep dive initiating a new show that will join Movie of the Month, Movie Drafts, Remake-a-Paloozas, Roll Your Own, Off the Beaten Path, Director Retrospectives, Bring a Discussion Topic, Film Debates, Whatcha Been Watching, Franchise Lookbacks, and assorted other topics as a returning feature on the Lambcast.
Each edition of this feature will highlight a specific year from a rotating list of Decades. The 1990s is the birthplace of the Millennial generation, and the culture was going to change rapidly in the next few years. Before that all happened however, we still had an old fashioned distribution system and a limited number of independent films. Still our troop found enough diversity that only three out of twenty five films were repeated on anyone’s lists.
Name That Tune Game 2:00:10
Plugs/Honorable Mentions 2:14:00
Howard Pop Art
David Blue Print Review
Richard KAMAD Run Hide Fight
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