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Jan 3, 2014

Movie Meltdown - Episode 257

This week features a random review of some of the movies we've watched in 2013. And somewhere along the way we mention... Europa Report, Trance, Kick-Ass 2, A Band Called Death, Oblivion, Pacific Rim, Elysium, The Way Way Back, Monsters University, Super, Zac Efron, Berberian Sound Studio, Searching for Sugarman, Seth MacFarlane, Jesus of Montreal, drinking your own Kool-Aid, The House on Haunted Hill, Tim Burton, it was a downer moment for the family, Sunshine, Man of Steel, Michael Caine, Geoffrey Rush, Wake in Fright, Repo Men, depressing documentaries, Outland, the demise of Pixar, a highly derivative but entertaining movie, movies that the public just didn't get, Mark Wahlberg, Chloƫ Grace Moretz, that's not how hypnosis works, Ghost Ship, Transformers 3, Marvel super hero movies, The Nightmare Before Christmas, American Movie, Road Games, Moon, Dark Knight Rises, Ernest goes to Jail, Dressed to Kill, the Johnny Depp show, Mystery Men, long movies, The Hulk, good review line... 'Sweaty', smashing watermelons, Inside, Danny Boyle, Beetlejuice, American Idol during Blade Runner, The Paperboy, The Apple, a lot of coke, I kind of describe it as like a Fear and Lothing in Las Vegas but in the middle of the outback... and not funny, what if Roman Polanski directed Day of the Animals?, Toys, Ted, Donald Pleasence, Pa Kent's moral stance, Margot Kidder and gruesome accidents... I like that.

Spoiler Alert: The Apple, Moon, Oblivion and Man of Steel. Take note if you care. 

"It's all sacrificed on the alter of... didn't that look cool?"