It’s summertime! The cinemas are filled with blockbusters and the kids are all off school, so what better time to take a look back at the films that shaped us when we too were young and free of all the soul-crushing responsibilities of adulthood.
Jay and Richard were joined by Getter, Audrey and Zoe to list their top 3 films they each loved when they were kids, a topic that was more difficult for some than others. Also on tap: similar messages from other LAMB members, a game of Last Lamb Standing and a meaty Rants and Raves segment tackling some of the biggest grievances in the world right now, and people singing in the theatre.
03:13 Number 3’s
23:45 Number 2’s
42:41 Other LAMB members
52:28 Number 1’s
70:38 Honourable Mentions
75:50 Rants and Raves
92:41 Last Lamb Standing
Lambcasts: The Goonies MOTM, Roll Your Own Top 5, Guilty Pleasures, The Mummy MOTM, Spielberg Draft, Musical Draft
The Mummy scarab scene
Moulin Rouge! Elephant Love Medley
Thanks to voicemails and written messages from: Damien Riley, David Brook, Justin Polizzi, MovieRob, Nolahn, Rebecca Sharp, Sean Homrig, Todd Liebenow, Tony Cogan
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