This week on a very special episode of Reject Radio, Kevin Carr attempts to continually steer the discussion toward why his addiction to animated pornography is not a social problem, but I get us back on track and talking about horrible, terrible films like clockwork. Plus, chopped and screwed music!



Now after you’re done pretending to do the Crossword puzzle to impress that cute brunette on your morning metro ride, you won’t be able to turn your attention to what you really care about in newspapers – what time the movies are starting.


Why are newspaper critics apologizing for State of Play?

For all intents and purposes, this film is getting a lot of positive reviews that, upon reading, aren’t really positive at all. Why would a film that champions newspaper reporting get such praise from newspaper-based critics?

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