Almost Locals Only: Pirates of the Caribbean on Caiman Tides

Its exotic pets week on the podcast as I feed my pet caiman this weeks release on the podcast. John (and his pet caiman, Allygator, the not aligator Caiman) is joined by Shannon & Nat from Frothy Girlz. We review Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. We talk about Lars Von Trier, yes again after he claimed to be a Nazi sympathizer at the Cannes (Khan!!!!) film festival and was promptly baned. We also jump into a bit of celebrity worship discussing the downfall of (insert witty play on the title of his films) Arnold Schwarzenegger for his marital indiscretions. The trailer fields are a low yield crop so we leave the seedlings to sprout a little longer. We jump directly into what we watched covering the Saturday Night Live season finale, Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End, revisit Bridesmaids, Beautiful Boy, Elephant in the Living Room, This Gun for Hire and Parks and Recreation

What is Almost Locals Only?  It’s a podcast discussing the latest film releases, movie news, and more.

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Almost Locals Only will be back next week with reviews of The Hangover Part II and Kung Fu Panda 2

Beware the Almost Locals Only Caiman: if you don’t listen it makes him sad.


 

Almost Locals Only is a co-production of FrothyGirlz.com and LostinReviews.com. Executive Producers are Ryan Davis & Shannon Hood. The Podcast is produced by John Coovert.

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