After the Credits Episode 2 – Retro Is In

Dale, Colleen and Marina talk about a new release, an old release and take a trip down memory lane with MSCL.

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Show Notes:

:01 – Bumper

:17 – Introduction

:55Enchanted (review)
– Disney references in Enchanted care of the Kansas City Star
7:38Hot Rod Trailer
12:52 – “My So-Called Life”
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Andrew James

Keep stickin it to Kurt. Eventually he'll break!

I totally agree with you guys that Enchanted is not really a kids movie. It's kid friendly, but I think a lot of the kids in my screening were getting antsy.


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Kurt Halfyard

Also, Wes Anderson has always been delightfully retro.

Andrew James

Ah the rise of Jared Leto as Jordan Catalano. What a honey.


Oh yes, Anderson is uber-retro. His films take place now(?), but all the gadgetry and sets are completely late 60s and 70s – especially Tenenbaums and Life Aquatic.


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Marina Antunes


The best part of both of your comments Andrew are your Oscar Plugs. NICE.

Shameless, I know, but I'm not much of an Anderson fan. I liked Tenenbaums and Rushmore but have been indiferent to most of his other stuff (and Bottle Rocket is one i've missed but it is on my list of things to watch).

I love his aesthetic but I don't like his characters.

Kurt Halfyard

As soon as I can Extract the great 'bob, put the gun down' scene from Bottle Rocket, it will become a FF article. Bottle Rocket has a compulsive rewatchability to it. I've seen the darn thing almost 2 dozen times at this point!