We wanted our very first review segment to focus on an important film, but we’d only seen Unaccompanied Minors.
The Holiday: complete and utter crap, or just mostly crap? This hot question is briefly debated as Shannon and Lee dig into the new film from Nancy Myers.
Shannon and Lee have a boxing match over Boxing Day movies: Night at the Museum and Happy Feet. Which one is worthy of your time and money? Only we can almost commit to maybe suggesting one over the other.
Lee and Shannon discuss the best and worst films of 2006, and Shannon explains the difference between “best” and “favourite”.
How come Shannon and Lee never like anything? Their psychoses are analysed deeply in this very touching reviews segment. Also, they review Dreamgirls.
Is it possible that Lee and Shannon finally like a film they’re reviewing? What is the magical cinematic wonder that has turned their Grinch-like hearts?
Is Forest Whitaker the Last King of Scotland, the former President of Uganda, or the guy who gave one of the best damn performances Lee and Shannon have ever seen? It’s the third one. But watch anyway.
The romantic English drama Miss Potter. The high-impact mafia crime comedy Smokin’ Aces. We hated one and adored the other, but will it be in the order you expect?
Is Stranger Than Fiction really strange? Or fictitious? More importantly, is it any good? Shannon and Lee use alcohol to find the answer.
Despite the promise of this week’s opening, there is no Rocky Balboa review. Instead, we look at the Cate Blanchett/Judi Dench English drama Notes on a Scandal, which is basically the same thing.
Who will bring home the gold-coloured metal this weekend? Shannon and Lee present their picks for the 2007 Oscars.
Is Shrek the Third worth your time and money? Shannon and Lee force their opinions upon anyone who can’t shut the browser window down fast enough.
Is Bridge To Terabithia just another Harry Potter/Narnia knockoff? Or is it just another Day of the Dead/I Spit On Your Grave knockoff? Or is it none of those things? Lee and Shannon discuss it, and introduce a new weekly sub-segment.
Mere moments after hearing about a Silver Surfer iteration that never was, Shannon and Lee see his first big-screen iteration in Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. Then Shannon’s meta Show and Found features a movie about movies.
Is Nancy Drew a mystery worth solving? Is Michael Bay’s Transformers something you should twist yourself into knots to see? What is the strange Korean film Lee is surprising Shannon with? What’s with Shannon’s pauses?