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Through this podcast you'll discover movies you never knew existed and some that you may wish you never heard of.

Lunchtime Movie Critics Lunchtime Movie Critics

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Through this podcast you'll discover movies you never knew existed and some that you may wish you never heard of.

    Rubber (2010)

    Rubber (2010)

    Rubber is a film about a tire in the desert that becomes sentient and starts killing animals and people with it's telekinetic powers. Don't let that silly premise fool you though. This film has a great deal more to offer than that. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed.


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    • 4 min
    Garbage Pail Kids The Movie (1987)

    Garbage Pail Kids The Movie (1987)

    Remember Cabbage Patch Kids? These are their grotesque, utterly disgusting cousins. Why was a movie made from these gross trading cards? I have no idea, but if you're a fan of wonderfully terrible classic movies, this one is definitely worth a watch.


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    Stay Tuned (1992)

    Stay Tuned (1992)

    This John Ritter classic is a wild ride that follows a husband and wife through a cable network from Hell, literal Hell. If they can survive being guests on Zombie Wayne's World, cartoon mice in Tom & Jerry, and background dancers in a Salt 'n Peppa music video they just might save their souls from eternal damnation.


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    Look Who's Talking (1989)

    Look Who's Talking (1989)

    This hilarious film from 1989 features the voice of Bruce Willis as the internalized voice of fetus, baby, and toddler Mikey. His mother, played by Kirsty Alley, trying to do the single mom thing, meets John Travolta's character and hilarity ensues.


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    Strange Brew (1983)

    Strange Brew (1983)

    Strange Brew is a strange comedic experience that must be seen to be fully understood. This film was born from a recurring sketch on the Canadian version of SNL, called Second City TV, in the same way that Wayne's World or the Blues Brothers started as sketches on SNL. The film stars Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas as Bob and Doug McKenzie, two tocque wearing, beer swilling, "hosers" who mistakenly get embroiled in a crime plot. Definitely a must watch.


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    D.A.R.Y.L. (1985)

    D.A.R.Y.L. (1985)

    This week on Lunchtime Movie Critics, we explore the 1985 sci-fi film, D.A.R.Y.L.. A film that explores the concept of artificial intelligence placed in the android body of a child. It's a sci-fi adventure for the whole family.


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