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Entries from November 2010

So I Married A Movie Geek - Episode 29 - Planes, Trains and Automobiles

November 26th, 2010 · Comments

It's a family affair for a very special Thanksgiving episode of SIMAMG! After a fantastic Turkey Day dinner (sans turkey) and a LOT of wine, we welcome Justin's dad Monty to L.A. and the podcast to watch the 1987 classic, Planes, Trains and Automobiles! The spirited discussion that followed includes many issues with numbers, times and calendars, an explanation for last week's lost Footloose episode, Krissy's vendetta against briefs, Monty's review of coin-operated beds, talk of Ed Grimley and Glee, the anxiety of driving in San Francisco, much love for Steve Martin and John Candy and MORE!!! This episode is PG-13! Don't drink and drive, kids. Just stay at home and make a podcast with your fam.

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So I Married A Movie Geek - Episode 28 - Edward Scissorhands/Innerspace

November 12th, 2010 · Comments

This week's double feature includes two older movies with nothing much in common besides the fact that one of us had never seen either of them before: Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands (1990) and Joe Dante's Innerspace (1987)!!! We basically watch both flicks and start imagining what it would be like to have gigantic scissors for hands OR what we'd do if we were dying of a gunshot wound at the same time that we had our miniaturized friend in a syringe at a shopping mall. You know, regular day to day stuff. We also discuss Johnny Depp's performance, Winona Ryder's hair, early Tim Burton, Meg Ryan's face, musical theater mishaps and more. This podcast is rated PG!

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So I Married A Movie Geek - Episode 27 - Heathers

November 6th, 2010 · Comments

Strap yourselves in, keep hands and legs inside the vehicle at all times, kids... Cause things are about to get VERY.  Christian Slater! Winona Ryder! Shannen Doherty! KRISSY'S MOM!! Yes, along with Very Special Guest Cathy MacQueen, Krissy & Justin view 'Heathers,' and subsequently discuss the movie's light & dark sides, symbolism, Slater's Jack-Nicholson-esque qualities, and... scampi. Plus something about Bette Davis, stroke victims, $4M worth of water and the merits of strip croquet. This podcast is rated PG-13... And AWESOME.

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