It’s Movie of the Month time again, and this month we’re delving into the world of hitmen attending high school reunions with Grosse Pointe Blank.
David Brook championed the 1997 black comedy, so he hosted the feature discussion and was joined by Jay Cluitt, The Vern, show newcomer Aaron Neuwirth and a particularly grumpy Will Slater to discuss 80s soundtracks, Minnie Driver’s face and the wonder that is Benny “The Jet” Urquidez. Also on tap: Rants and Raves of the week and a couple of games of Last Lamb Standing.
It’s also time to vote on next month’s movie! 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 film to be placed on the poll, then promote it on their site, Facebook, Twitter, whatever. Should their film 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 films 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.
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