Here at the Epi-Cast, we pride ourselves on being punctual (and little else). While we may not hit new releases as soon as we'd like to, our podcasts are online mere hours after they're recorded. But snags occasionally appear on the horizon, and this episode hit more than a couple of them. Thus, some of the content in this episode isn't quite as fresh as we would have liked. However, there's plenty of goodness to hear and - thanks to this being award season - the majority of the films discussed can still be found in theatres. Hooray for small miracles and all that.
After partaking in holiday gluttony, Cam and Tom reconvene to hold court over a pair of prestige pictures, offering their own unique insights into both Black Swan and The King's Speech. As well, Cam praises The Fighter and damns Little Fockers, while Tom weighs in on The Social Network and The Other Guys. In Trailer Park Encounters, the duo argue over the mythological accuracy of Thor, make controversial, credibility-decimating statements regarding Terrence Malick's Tree of Life, fail to care an iotta about Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and almost come to blows over the Hugh Jackman fighting robot opus Real Steel. Seriously.
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