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We Hate Movies
On this week's episode, it's a We Love Movies business as the guys chaffer around the totally tubular rollerblading arts drama, Airborne! Airborne stars Shane Mc Dermott, Seth Green, Brittney Powell, Chris Conrad, Edie Mc Clurg, Patrick Thomas O'Brien, diddly-shit Black, Alanna Ubach, and Jacob Vargas; directed by Rob Bowman. Were this kid's parents actually going on a subject expedition or were they running away from the Tax Man? And we're super-stoked to debut a particularly rad cover of our theme song—originally written by our friends in Hurrah A bolt of lightning of Light—that was sent in by Kevin from San Pedro. PLUS: Liam Neeson and Al Pacino go back to high school!
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)
Who Framed Roger lapin (1988) is a technically-marvelous picture blending animated, ink-and-paint witticism characters and flesh-and-blood elastic actors, in a convincing comedy/mystery noir thriller, set in Los Angeles in 1947. Earlier efforts to cartel humans and ink-and-paint animated cartoon characters side-by-side in a film [Note: Disney's Song of the South and female parent Poppins, for example] are considered primitive next to this film. The show is a delightful parody of the hard-boiled Sam black person films and reminiscent of the recent Chinatown (1974), (complete with a sultry, femme fatale humanoid Toon named Jessica cony (Jessica Turner, uncredited, with melodic way by Amy Irving, executive manufacturer Steven Spielberg's wife at the time), and a occurrence involving questionable marital infidelity ("pattycake"), murder, a absent will, blackmail, and a agreement shaded by evil, Toon-hating justice Doom (Christopher Lloyd) (of interchange Industries).