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This week David, Josh and Dave talk Steven Soderbergh. We also take another look at some television and talk about ‘Steven Seagal Lawman’ and Joss Whedon’s ‘Dollhouse’. We also outline the schedule for the two shows (Platforms and Geek Actually) for the holiday period. A shout out to our friends at The Reel Junkies Podcast at weekendronin.com and The Movie Fan House Podcast at moviefanhouse.com.
News: This week we have just crammed all the news together and it includes ‘Battleship the Movie’ details, Spielberg leaves ‘Harvey’ remake, DC rebooting it’s comic books, Nic Cage has major money problems, a 48 core processor is on the way and a woman was arrested for video taping a couple of minutes of ‘New Moon’.
TV Time: In a continuing look at the current season of US television, this week Dave and David look at ‘Dollhouse’. Joss Whedon’s new sci-fi series that has been axed by Fox before it gets a chance to spread it’s wings.
Feature Reviews: This week we take a look at the career of Steven Soderbergh and review a favourite, ‘Out of Sight’ and a new one ‘The Informant!’. ‘The Infomant!’ is an enjoyable film but not Soberbergh at his best. It is well worth a look. ‘Out of Sight’ is a must rent DVD.
Stick around after the closing of the show as Nicholas ‘The Little Geek’ McVay joins David for a child’s opinion of ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs’.
This episode carries an explicit tag due to infrequent coarse language.
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