I think at this point we can definitively say that if you want to win a Movie of the Month poll, your best bet is to submit a time travel movie (other than Primer of course).
Chris Staron, on his first MOTM attempt, claimed victory and hosted the discussion on Terry Gilliam’s post-apocalyptic time travel film, and was joined by Jess Manzo, Sean Homrig, Robert Zerbe and Jay, making this another episode of Jay & Robert Talk Time Travel!
Also on tap – Rants and Raves of the Week, and a game of Time Travel Trivia.
02:21 Twelve Monkeys [SPOILERS!]
57:37 Rants and Raves
74:02 Time Travel Trivia game
La Jetee on YouTube
The Naked Gun body condom scene
Lambcast: Timecrimes, Timecop, Back to the Future trilogy, Boogie Nights, Clue
Looper diner scene
Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End crab scene
French Toast Sunday Clue script reading
To The Escape Hatch – Escape-a-thon: Inception, Godzilla, Rick & Morty, Groundhog Day, The Lovely Bones review
The Lair of the Unwanted Tournament of the Unwanted
Countdown to Infinity: Road to Avengers: Infinity War – Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man
LAMB Devours the Oscars announcement post, roster
Lambscores: Insidious: The Last Key
Acting School 101: Joseph Gordon-Levitt introduction, reminder
Directors Chair: Werner Herzog, Guillermo del Toro introduction
Vote for March’s MOTM
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