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    Movie Moan - Raiders Of The Unexpected Journey Into Darkness

    As we announced at the end of last week's show, Movie Moan is changing format slightly so no full-on regular video shows at the moment.  However, for those of you who prefer to listen to us at your computer, the good old Blip TV version is still available above each week.  Please forgive the no-frills version this week as we're still figuring out exactly what the presentation of the show is going to be from now on.

    As the fall 2012 season of Movie Moan begins, we kick things off with the wonderfully welcome re-appearance of writer, producer, director, Robert Meyer Burnett as he joins Phil and Jamie to discuss:

    1:45 mins - Bragging that Robert and Phil get to see 'Skyfall' on October 26th (together) and Jamie doesn't.

    10:40 mins - Jamie and Phil review 'Dredd', a four star piece of fried gold that deserved to make a lot more money than it did.

    37:10 mins - What does Robert, one of the few people we've talked to who didn't enjoy 'Star Trek' (2009), think of its sequel's rather odd title 'Into Darkness'?

    63:45 mins - New 'The Hobbit' trailer, new 'The Hobbit' rant.  Well it's been a while hasn't it?

    83:10 mins - As 'Raiders Of The Lost Ark' returns to the big screen and the 40 inch plasma screen with its blu ray debut, we look back on its impact and legacy back from a time when we had to wait more than three months for a film to come out on home video.

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    Movie Moan - Raiders Of The Unexpected Journey Into Darkness (audio version)


    The Summer 2012 Predictions Results Show

    Sorry TDKR, your time is up and the books are closed. 

    Back in April, Kristina, Jamie, Phil and Shawn Robbins of placed their bets on the specific domestic box office grosses of the Summer 2012 movies (or at least the ones we though bore mentioned, which embarrassingly did not include 'Ted') and it's time to see who has won, and who was so badly beaten that they will never do this again.

    But your imaginary money is on the line too because YOUR predictions have been tallied up as well and we have picked a 'Web Winner' for each film.  Enough stalling; let the games begin: 

    6:05 mins - The Avengers
    13:35 mins - Dark Shadows
    21:45 mins - The Dictator
    25:05 mins - Battleship
    29 mins - Men In Black 3
    33:45 mins - Snow White & The Huntsman
    39:35 mins - Prometheus
    48:55 mins - Rock Of Ages
    53 mins - Brave
    58:45 mins - G.I.Joe Retaliation
    61:20 mins - The Amazing Spider-man
    69:30 mins - Ice Age: Continental Drift
    71:40 mins - The Dark Knight Rises
    78:35 mins - Total Recall
    80:10 mins - The Bourne Legacy
    89:40 mins - The Expendables 2

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    Movie Moan - The Summer 2012 Predictions Results (audio version)


    Movie Moan - The Summer Ends With An Urp

    You'll all be doing it tomorrow.

    Tom Hardy's performance in 'Lawless' is at once brilliant and captivating, and also apparently the source of the next internet meme as he is unable to end a single sentence without burping like a frog. 

    On top of Jamie explaining what the hell that's all about, we end the summer in a big way with our final pieces on the summer blockbusters of old by giving you three of them in one show.

    7 mins - How Marvel Studios turned a prop into a piece of merchandise into a lawsuit.

    11:35 mins - Kristina and Jamie review 'Lawless' aka 'The Good, The Bad & The Urp'.

    24:45 mins - Jamie chooses his final classic summer movie of the season - 'Die Hard 2: Die Harder' (1990).

    44:15 mins - Kristina follows up with her final choice - 'Terminator 2: Judgement Day' (1991).

    72:15 mins - Ed ends the summer with his choice - 'X2: X-Men United' (2003).

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    Movie Moan - The Summer Ends With An Urp (audio version)


    Movie Moan - Our Top Five Favorite Films

    No elaborate title is needed for this week's show as the original, classic Movie Moan line-up of Jamie Williams, Queen Kristina, Capt. Ed Hocken, Lou Sytsma, and Phil Gee each take turns to run down their own personal top 5 favorite films.

    If you thought coming up with a top ten was hard, it's nothing compared to having to drop some amazing films from that list just to get it down to a top five.  The films that remain are all extremely special to us for personal reasons.

    So join us and find out, and then don't forget to share you own in the comments section.

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    Movie Moan - Our Top Five Favorite Films (audio version)


    Movie Moan - Jeff Katz And The Acolytes Of Nolan

    We've been called some things on our show but this is the first time the phrase 'fanboys', 'nerds' or 'drooling fanboy nerds' wasn't enough.  Apparently our love for 'The Dark Knight Rises' is some form of religious delusion, bordering on cultish and Jeff Katz is here to spread the word of truth.

    After that very memorable episode where we spent the first 15 minutes talking about fast food, producer, writer, studio executive, and now director Jeff Katz has returned to Movie Moan against all odds for another bout of random insanity.  Let's see what we have in store for him, and for you, this week:

    7:15 mins - Jamie and Phil deliver their much anticipated review of 'The Expendables 2'.  Are we in for another epic rant from the latter?

    25:55 mins - The crew (including the welcome return of Queen Kristina) reflect back on the summer blockbusters of 2012 and each pick our biggest let down, leading to Jeff tearing down 'The Dark Knight Rises' for all its worth.  Once he's done, Phil takes his own shot at 'The Bourne Legacy'.

    50:10 mins - In the only news story of last week that mattered, we mull over the future of the potential 'Snow White & The Huntsman' sequel, and indeed Kristen Stewart's career.

    Note: Just in case it's on your mind, we recorded this show on Sunday 20th August per our usual routine before the tragic news on the passing of Tony Scott, hence why it isn't covered here.  However, Jamie has written a post on it which you can find here and has said all that needs to be said.

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    Movie Moan - Jeff Katz And The Acolytes Of Nolan (audio version)