FS #186: Southland Tales / Wild Strawberries / Top 5 Time Travel Movies
Friday, 16 November 2007 01:00
Nov 16: This week your hosts travel to the apocalyptic near-future with lunchbox idols Justin Timberlake, Sarah Michelle Gellar and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as they review Richard Kelly's long-awaited "Southland Tales." Plus, get the tissues and call your therapist, the Ingmar Bergman Marathon continues with a review of "Wild Strawberries" (1957).

Also on the show: Listener Feedback, Massacre Theatre and -- Great Scott! -- our Top 5 Time Travel Movies.

Music by The Essex Green courtesy of Merge Records.

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Filmspotting #186
:21-15:00 - Review: "Southland Tales"
Music: The Essex Green, "This Isn't Farmlife"
15:32-16:42 - Audio Feedback
16:43-30:25 - Poll Results, Listener Feedback (Coen Bros. Scenes)
Music: The Essex Green, "Don't Know Why"
31:09-34:19 - New DVDs, Donations
34:20-38:48 - Massacre Theatre (Winner: Kevin Young)
38:49-47:47 - Bergman #3: "Wild Strawberries"
Music: The Essex Green, "Penny and Jack"
48:33-1:02:02 - Top 5: Time Travel Movies
1:02:02-1:04:03 - Close/Next Show/Outtakes

- Michael Lerner is the studio head from "Barton Fink."

- "O Brother, Where Art Thou" was actually right after "Lebowski" ... "The Man Who Wasn't There" was next.

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