Almost Locals Only: Get the Spliced Marmaduke to the gift shop

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Participants on this week’s episode were:

John From Lost in Reviews


Shannon and Nat from

Movie Reviews
Shannon 4 out of 5
John 4“Wow they went there” out of 5
Ryan’s Interview with Splice Director Vincenzo Natail
Shannon’s Interview with Splice Director Vincenzo Natail at the Flickcast
Downright Creepy’s interview with Splice Director Vincenzo Natail

20:06 Get him to the Greek
Shannon 4 out of 5

22:52 Exit Through the Gift Shop
John 4.5 out of 5

29:59 Marmaduke
Shannon 2.5 out of 5

38:21 Bandit-Cinenews and Views
Dennis Hopper R.I.P.
Guillermo Del Toro won’t be visiting Middle Earth
Slow Summer ahead? Box Office down 14% Memorial day weekend

51:50 Trailer Vs Trailer: A trip to the lighter side.
The Kids are Alright

Morning Glory

59:50 DVD Releases
Alice in Wonderland
The Wolfman
Undisputed III: Redemption
Man With No Name Trilogy
War of the Worlds (2005) (Blu-Ray)

1:06 What we watched
Nat: The Edge (1997)
The Sugarland Express (1974)

About Lost in Reviews

Named after the 2003 film Lost in Translation, Lost in Reviews set out to embody the philosophy of this film in a website. Discouraged with the lack of passion in modern day criticism, founders Angela Davis and Ryan Davis created the entertainment review site in 2009. The idea being that, this would be the go-to place for people to find that something that was missing in their life through film or music.

Lost in Reviews is based in Kansas City, Dallas and Chicago. The site covers all aspects of entertainment, but tries to focus more on the easily over-looked. Lost in Reviews is the home to the starving filmmaker and indie bands everywhere. If you’re looking for a voice or trying to share in a vision, then Lost in Reviews just may be the place to help you get there. As the tag line for Lost in Translation says: “Everyone wants to be found.” So find yourself Lost in Reviews.

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