From instant classics to disposable rubbish, Shannon and Lee expressed both indefensible adoration and irrational hatred of Hollywood blockbusters and low-budget indies alike. Watch as they sit down for a drink and embody every horrible cliché of the snarky film critic.

The Bazura Project 2.05 – Reviews

What do Shannon and Lee think of the new Australian film West? Is it more of the same, or more of the different? And is Shannon’s Show and Found really everything he says it is?

The Bazura Project 2.06 – Reviews

Does watching Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix make us regret nien? Does Edith Piaf biopic La Vie En Rose make our tear ducts expelliarmus? Once those questions are answered, Lee brings out a modern classic for this week’s Show and Found.

The Bazura Project 2.07 – Reviews

We look at the creepy Sandra Bullock movie Premonition, the weepy love story Evening, and the sleepy Show and Found item that isn’t actually sleepy as much as weird, but we had a cool rhyming scheme going on.

The Bazura Project 2.08 – Reviews

What did Shannon and Lee make of the new Simpsons movie? And what does it have to do with Greek/Turkish relations? The answer may disappoint you. But Lee and Shannon’s conflicting opinions may not. But they might.

The Bazura Project 2.09 – MIFF Reviews 1

Shannon and Lee meet up at the festival lounge to discuss how the festival has kicked off for them.

The Bazura Project 2.09 – MIFF Reviews 2

What have the next few days of the festival brought? Or wrought? And has Shannon changed his tune on MIFF thus far?

The Bazura Project 2.10 – MIFF Reviews 1

Lee and Shannon return to the Festival Lounge to discuss the odd phenomenon of people walking out of movies a minute or two before the end. Also, they find time to talk about the movies themselves.

The Bazura Project 2.10 – MIFF Reviews 2

Shannon and Lee wrap up their MIFF experience with a couple of highlights, a couple of lowlights, and an unexpected opinion on French porn.

The Bazura Project 2.11 – Reviews

Who liked Black Sheep and who didn’t? And just how obscure can Shannon go with this week’s Show and Found?

The Bazura Project 2.12 – Reviews

What do Shannon and Lee think of Ratatouille? Of No Reservations? Of Home Song Stories? Of Away From Her? Of Once? Of Hairspray? Of Mice and Men? Their opinions will not only blow your mind; they’ll render you incapacitated from the waist down.

A Very The Bazura Project Christmas – Best of 2007

Lee and Shannon kick off 2007 retrospective with their favourite films of the year.

A Very The Bazura Project Christmas – Worst of 2007

Shannon’s favourites, Lee’s biggest disappointments, and Shannon’s worst… more carefully-defined categories designed to make your eyes roll.

The Bazura Project 3.01 – Reviews

Ridley Scott’s Body of Lies. Alan Ball’s Towelhead. Eran Riklis’s Lemon Tree. Shannon Marinko’s Show and Found. Bazura‘s reviews return with a vengeance! Well, not so much a vengeance as a graphic.

The Bazura Project 3.02 – Reviews

The Coen Brothers create a film called Burn After Reading. Focus groups create a film called Max Payne. Questionable 1960s judgment creates this week’s Show and Found.

The Bazura Project 3.03 – Reviews

Shannon and Lee revisit Brideshead Revisited, except it’s the first time they’ve seen this version, so really they’re just visiting it, unless you consider the fact that it’s a new one, in which case the original statement still fits. Also, a bygone pop culture icon stars in this week’s Show and Found.

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