Podcast – ALO: Captain America gets by with a Little Help from his Friends With Benefits

On this episode of the Almost Locals Only podcast John, Shannon and Nat discuss bits of Comic Con. But first we give you some reviews. First up John and Shannon discus Friends With Benefits. That is followed by John’s views on Captain America: The First Avenger. We close out movie reviews with Shannon’s thoughts on the small indie comedy/drama A little Help. In Cinema News and Views we discuss boot legged trailers. This leads to discussion of Comic Con which then leads to discussion about Francis Ford Coppola latest film Twixt and his ambitious touring plans for it reviled at the con.  Trailer Vs. Trailer takes a look at a couple of thrillers one more action based the other more seemingly character based with Haywire and Dream House going head to head. We close out the podcast discussing what we watched including Brekaing Bad, Let Me In, Hobo With A Shotgun, Hot Tub Time Machine, Knocked Up, Honest Man, Retrepo, Spun, Blow Out and Grand Theft Auto. 

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Next week we’ll have reviews for Cowboys and Aliens and Crazy Stupid Love. 

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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