Almost Locals Only 21: Airbending and Eclipsing on the Fourth of July

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Participants on this week’s episode were:

John from Lost in Reviews who was joined by our friends from FrothyGirlz.com Shannon and Nat, and Jeff from Jeffisageek.net

Movie Reviews
1:28 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
15:16 The Last Airbender
29:47 Mother and Daughter

32:20 No trailer vs trailer this week. In it’s place and in honor of the 4th of July holiday and the typically large releases that come out around this time of year in the states we discuss some of our all time favorite summer tent pole flicks and releases.

41:50 Cinea-News and Views
NEW PEE WEE HERMAN MOVIE IN DEVELOPMENT!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!
Toy Story 3 flops in Russia

49:51 DVD Releases
The Crazies (here is a link to Shannon’s interview with Crazies director Breck Eisner)
Hot Tub TIme Machine
Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lighting Theif
The White Ribbon

55:23 What we’ve watched
Jeff: Legion (2010)
John: Cube (1997)
Nat: The Films of John Huston

Link to theFat Guys at the Movies podcast which Shannon guested on this week. (Note: Her episode goes up Sunday) http://www.fatguysatthemovies.com/

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