Fat Guys at the Movies

On This Week’s Show: Neil is back from the nation’s capital after an arduous road trip over half the country. Kevin relishes in making fun of the fact that he hasn’t seen any of the major releases this week. Neil prepares to head west, young man, for the San Diego Comic-Con to worship at the Mecca of Geekdom. But before he goes, Neil sits down for one last podcast to talk about Katherine Heigl’s new teeth, Gerard Butler’s sexiness, evil orphans, the Iraq war and 3D secret agent Guinea Pigs.

[Editor’s note: This episode of FG@TM was recorded earlier this week before Neil and Cole Abaius embarked on their road trip to San Diego, which inluded an unfortunate pitstop in Pahrump, NV where they await arraignment by a judge who bears an uncanny resemblance to John Goodman.]

Films Reviewed this Week: The Ugly Truth, G-Force, Orphan and The Hurt Locker

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Episode Schedule:

Segment 1 [8:50] – Review of Orphan and G-Force

Segment 2 [10:40] – Review of The Ugly Truth and The Hurt Locker

Segment 3 [12:45] – Box office recap and predictions and the Fat Guy Five: Five Coolest Things to See at Comic-Con

Segment 4 [6:35] – DVD Round-Up: Neil’s pick is Watchmen, Coraline and Pushing Daisies: Season Two; Kevin’s picks include Stargate SG-1: Children of the Gods, Prison Break: The Final Break, and 300: The Complete Experience; Review Recap and a look ahead to next week.

Next Week’s Show:

Neil should be out of the Nye County jail and ready to rock on some reviews of Aliens in the Attic, The Collector and Funny People

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FSR’s Weekly Report Card for The Ugly Truth, G-Force and Orphan

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