Almost Locals Only: Despicable Predators

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Participants on this week’s episode were:

Ryan and John from Lost in Reviews whom were joined by our friends from Shannon and Nat.

Movie Reviews
27:01 Despicable Me
35:15 Micmacs
42:53 Winters Bone

52:35 Cinenews and Views
Topics covered: Marvels Avengers seek a new, unknown Baner, Toy Story 3’s success ,Twilight drops to number two, Extended Avatar, James Bond finally foiled?

59:16 Trailer vs Trailer
Jack Goes Boating

Life During War Time

1:06 DVD Releases
The Girl WIth the Dragon Tattoo
A Single Man
Brooklyn’s Finest

1:09 What we Watched
Nat: True Blood Season 1
John: Bug (2006)
Shannon: The Donner Party (2009) and House (1977) Jane’s House: A Review: (I Tried)
Nat: The Films of John Huston The Battle of San Pietro, Let There Be Light

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