On This Week’s Show: Kevin and Neil drive a Cadillac through the War Zone and take some shots at David Frost and Richard Nixon. They continue with their proselytizing for the cause of Fatguyenatics and the Church of Fatguyentology, in which they canonize their first patron saint. They also get ramped up for the winter television season with the Fat Guy Five: The five shows they’re looking forward to the most come January. Kevin offers up some love for the Spanish thriller TimeCrimes while Neil admits to not watching it.
Films Reviewed this Week: Punisher: War Zone, Cadillac Records, Frost/Nixon and TimeCrimes.
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Segment 1 [8:50] – Review of Punisher: War Zone
Segment 2 [10:40] – Reviews of Cadillac Records and Frost/Nixon
Segment 3 [12:45] – More on Frost/Nixon, plus the Indie Spotlight (TimeCrimes) and Box Office
Segment 4 [15:00] – Fat Guy Five (most anticipated television shows in January) and the canonization of Peter Dinklage as the Patron Saint of Badassness (aka Lil’ God of War) in the Church of Fatguyentology
Segment 5 [6:35] – DVD Round-Up, Review Recap and a look ahead to The Day the Earth Stood Still, Nothing Like the Holidays, Wendy and Lucy and Delgo next week.
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Join us next Friday when we will be exhausted from a week of early press screenings.
Read Neil’s review of Punisher: War Zone
Read Kevin’s review of Punisher: War Zone
Read Kevin’s review of Frost/Nixon
FSR’s Weekly Report Card for Punisher: War Zone, Frost/Nixon and TimeCrimes
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