Last month the MOTM champion was The Wild Bunch, a testosterone fuelled, bloody classic western. This month you’d find it difficult to find a film more different, as we sat down to discuss the 2012 female-driven a capella romantic comedy, Pitch Perfect.
Host Jay Cluitt was joined by first time MOTM champion Matt Stewart along with DJ Valentine, Jess Manzo and Bubbawheat to discuss their aca-feeling about the movie, before getting into the Rants and Raves of the week, followed by a bout of Last Lamb Standing.
It’s also time to vote on next month’s movie, and this time we’re doing something special – a trilogy! I put out the call for MOTM Champions, and the responders are below. The gist is this: I ask for volunteers – people to select a trilogy to be placed on the poll (up to 5 per month, as usual), then promote it on their site, Facebook, Twitter, whatever. Should their trilogy win, they are guaranteed a spot on the LAMBcast episode where we will discuss said film. As a bonus (?), if they want they also get to host that segment of the show. The sites are listed along with the trilogies in the poll below (and in the sidebar). You have one week to vote (and promote your movies!). I’ll be putting out the call for the next MOTM in a few weeks, so stay tuned. Oh, and as this was a special week, any previous champions currently in their three month banned periods have been allowed to enter again. They’ll be back on hiatus next month.
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