Archive for the ‘Features’ Category

  • LAMBScores: The Snowpiercer Age Begins

    by Shane Slater · Jul 19, 2014 at 1:40 CEST · Featured, LAMBscores · No Comments
    LAMBScores: The Snowpiercer Age Begins

    Transformers: Age of Extinction may have dominated the box office but our sophisticated LAMBs were clearly more interested in the other new releases. Making his English-language debut, Joon-ho Bong’s Snowpiercer easily found a place in our Top 10 LAMBScores of the year. In addition, John Carney’s Begin Again received...

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  • Classic Chops

    by Todd Liebenow · Jul 18, 2014 at 5:04 CEST · Chops and Scores, Classic Chops · No Comments
    Classic Chops

    We’re back with another installment of Classic Chops. This time it was a free for all. Any posts on any movie released before 1965 were allowed. Thanks to all who submitted reviews.

    Next time we’re going to venture into the world of musicals. So send links to your reviews or articles on any musical…released before 1965, of course. The address is Have your submissions in by midnight on...

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  • LAMBScores: Jersey Boys

    by Shane Slater · Jul 12, 2014 at 4:28 CEST · Featured, LAMBscores · No Comments
    LAMBScores: Jersey Boys

    This week we only have one new release and it’s the latest film by Clint Eastwood. Did his Jersey Boys charm the lammies, or did their song fall flat? Find out below and don’t forget to have your say in the forums.


    Rotten Tomatoes: 2.70...

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    by Jay Cluitt · Jul 11, 2014 at 23:56 CEST · LAMBcast, MOTM, Podcasts · 3 Comments


    Martin Scorsese has a lot of classic movies under his belt, but you could argue that Taxi Driver was his first. IMDb describes it as “A mentally unstable Vietnam war veteran works as a night-time taxi driver in New York City where the perceived decadence and sleaze feeds his urge for violent action, attempting to save a preadolescent prostitute in the process,” but is there more to it than...

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  • LAMBScores: Jumping Dragons

    by Shane Slater · Jul 5, 2014 at 5:45 CEST · Featured, LAMBscores · No Comments
    LAMBScores: Jumping Dragons

    It’s sequel week on the LAMBScores but don’t worry, these ones are welcome! How to Train Your Dragon 2 and 22 Jump Street hit the box office recently and both managed to garner significant critical acclaim. Find out what the lammies had to say about these films below and don’t forget to contribute your reviews in the forums.

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  • LAMBScores: Tomorrow’s Fault

    by Shane Slater · Jun 28, 2014 at 5:00 CEST · Featured, LAMBscores · No Comments
    LAMBScores: Tomorrow’s Fault

    We have an interesting pair of new releases this week. The first film (Edge of Tomorrow) stars Tom Cruise, one of the biggest movie stars in the past few decades. This acclaimed actioner fairly well at the box office but it’s clear that times are a-changin’. The big box office draw appealed more to this new generation – The Fault in Our...

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  • The MOTM for July 2014 will be…

    by Jay Cluitt · Jun 22, 2014 at 17:49 CEST · MOTM, MOTM Champions · 1 Comment
    The MOTM for July 2014 will be…

    The latest Movie of the Month has been decided upon!

    Another month, another intriguing assortment of movies, and another winner. Last month we saw a film all about making pornography, and now we’ve got one where an adult theatre plays an integral part of a key scene. That’s right, this month’s winner is Taxi Driver.

    Congratulations go to Will from Exploding Helicopter, who by winning...

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  • LAMBScores: Maleficent’s Dirty Ways

    by Shane Slater · Jun 21, 2014 at 5:07 CEST · Featured, LAMBscores · No Comments
    LAMBScores: Maleficent’s Dirty Ways

    After a strong batch of new releases last week, it was hard for these LAMBScores to match up. The lammies just didn’t seem very enthused by Maleficent or A Million Ways to Die in the West. Filth fared a little better, but it also has its detractors. Check out all the reviews below and don’t forget to contribute yours...

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    by Jay Cluitt · Jun 20, 2014 at 10:41 CEST · Features, LAMBcast, Podcasts · 1 Comment

    Character Actors! I don’t know about you, but I love ‘em, hence why back in Episode #187 we got together and drafted a bunch of them from North America. Well, now it’s time to do it again, this time picking from the rest of the world.

    Host Jay Cluitt was joined by Dylan Fields, Daniel Lackey, DJ Valentine and returning champion Dan Heaton to debate whether Ben Kingsley, Timothy Dalton and Guy Pearce can be...

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  • LAMBScores: The Chef’s X-Ceptional Blend

    by Shane Slater · Jun 14, 2014 at 6:03 CEST · Featured, LAMBscores · No Comments
    LAMBScores: The Chef’s X-Ceptional Blend

    We’ve got a nice array of films for this week’s LAMBScores, so I’m sure you’ll find something that interests you. In fact, three of these films are now in the Top 10 LAMBScores for 2014. First up is the much-anticipated blockbuster X-Men: Days of Future Past. Next we have a pair of acclaimed indies in Jon Favreau’s...

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    by Jay Cluitt · Jun 13, 2014 at 22:34 CEST · Blogathons, LAMBcast, MOTM, Podcasts · 1 Comment

    So it seems you people like listening to us talking about sex, what with last month’s winner being Shame, a movie focused on sex addiction, and this month’s winner being Boogie Nights, which is all about the porn industry in the 1970s and ’80s. So be it.

    Robert Zerbe was handed the hosting reigns for this show, and he was joined by regular host Jay Cluitt, Lindsay Street, MOTM champion Jess Manzo and newcomer...

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  • Here we go… LAMMYs finally!

    by Joel · Jun 9, 2014 at 1:33 CEST · 2014 LAMMYs, Announcements, Featured, The LAMMYs · No Comments
    Here we go… LAMMYs finally!

    The time has finally come for the big kahuna event of the of the year in the LAMB community, the LAMMYs!

    This years LAMMYs will be a fall event due to my current work situation that both is hectic but also has wifi limitations. I’ll release the complete schedule next friday. However, as usual I have bunch of things I need help with. 

    First of all I think it would be appropriate with a complete visual re-branding of...

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