Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Yub Nub and Lapti Nek, Ya'll

What did we get up to this week? Other than insulting Sarah Jessica Parker, which earned the ire of one fan, we reviewed Oscar-contender Shark Night and the MMA-boosting Warrior. But, eventually talk lead to this week's Star Wars Blu-Ray release and ol' goiter-neck Lucas's continued tinkering with the beloved saga, and lord did that ever lead to a rant. I reiterated most of what I said in an old Pajiba review of that scatological Clone Wars movie. Eventually, we decided to relinquish all sense of dignity and performed impressions of Star Wars characters (and let it be known, I can do an excellent Salacious Crumb). Obviously that was my favorite part of the show. Growing up, my brother had every figure of the Max Reebo band, and we would do onomatopoeia renditions of the cantina music. Ah, memories.

We heard music from the following films:
American Gladiators - Bill Conti & Dan Milner (1989)
Bourne Identity - John Powell (2002)
Cobra - Sylvester Levay (1986)
Return of The Jedi (B-Sides) - Meco & John Williams
Jaws - John Williams (1975)


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