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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, Jane,  and Nat.

Movie Reviews
Inception
27:51 Sorcerer’s Apprentice
36:49 Cyrus
43:37 Best Worst Movie

Cinenews and Views
53:44 Topics discussed: P.T. Anderson’s The Master, Green Lantern, Tron Legacy

1:02 Trailer vs Trailer: Contemporary net tales
The Social Network

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Middle Men

Here is a link to the discussed Middle Men red band.

1:09 DVD Releases
Greenberg
Chole
The Bounty Hunter
Our Family Wedding
Terribly Happy

1:11 What we Watched

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