54 – Sherpa, Zootopia, Grandma, Bone Tomahawk, The Mermaid, Lady in the Van

Sherpa

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Another episode that begins with another rambling story. This time, we regale with a story about how we were almost broken into. We then launch into a lengthy discussion on the essential documentary, Sherpa. We then move into discussing all things Shakira with the Disney animated film Zootopia. This brings about the beginning of a heated discussion, naturally. We then move into discussing, and arguing, but somehow agreeing through argument, the Paul Weitz written and directed film, Grandma. We then move into Western territory with the Patrick Wilson as a broken legged cowboy film Bone Tomahawk. Finally, Andrew runs down the Stephen Chow film The Mermaid and Bernadette tells us about The Lady in the Van.

0:35 – Intro
12:55 – Sherpa
38:47 – Zootopia
48:39 – Grandma
1:06:02 – Bone Tomahawk
1:18:04 – The Mermaid
1:22:51 – The Lady in the Van
1:29:32 – Wind Up/Closing Music – The Sleepy Jackson – Good Dancers

Andrew’s review for The Mermaid
Andrew’s review for The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith

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Andrew has been a film lover all of his life. For a while now he's been talking about how great films are and usually that's been directly to his wife, Bernadette. Now with AB Film Review everyone else in the world can listen to what Andrew has to say to his wife. Bernadette grew up renting videos from a Plains Video. She mostly hired out Cry Baby and wore the tape thin learning the lines to the John Waters classic. After a series of arguments in the car ride home with her husband, Andrew, the two decided to record their arguments and launch them into the world for everyone to listen to.