Cinecast Episode 485 – Amazon.com

Airect from the Gods and the Crete-like island of Themyscira, the RowThree Cinecast is here for your listening pleasure with a full SPOILER review of The DCU’s Wonder Woman. There are things to love and things that weren’t pulled off quite as lovely as we would have hoped, but all-in-all we’re both fairly satisfied with what we got. Which was a friend with a cleft asshole. Rather than dealing with the multi-plex more than he has to, Kurt settles under the covers for a lengthy YouTube series on deserted malls. Andrew reminisces with his young manhood and going to the movies with his father and then sticking with the home invasion theme from last week, somewhat enjoys watching Keanu Reeves channel Nicolas Cage (ala The Wickerman). We look ahead to next week and determine Ken Loach will likely beat out Tom Cruise at the movies… at least for the purposes of our discussion anyway.

As always, please join the conversation by leaving your own thoughts in the comment section below and again, thanks for listening!

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TIME TRACKS:

Opening: 0:00 – 4:57
Wonder Woman (SPOILERS!): 5:00 – 37:07
Watch List: 37:09 – 1:06:26
Outro/Next Week: 1:06:28 – 1:16:02
Closing Music: 1:13:05 – 1:17:58

 

MAIN REVIEW:

Wonder Woman (SPOILERS!)

 

THE WATCH LIST:

KURT
– “Dead Mall Series” (on YouTube)

ANDREW
City Slickers
Knock Knock

 

OTHER THINGS:

Dead Malls story
Get Your Cast to Mars (bonus episode)

 

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Sean Kelly
Guest

Apparently Dr Poison is a pretty major Wonder Woman villain in the comics, so there’s a chance she’ll have an expended role in a sequel.

Sean Kelly
Guest

FYI, the downtown Toronto Best Buy is technically part of the Eaton Centre, even though it’s separated from the rest of the mall.

filmstache
Guest

Kurt is gonna love Thewlis in Fargo.

Brian Mulhall
Guest

Thanks to Kurt I have found my ‘new jam to have on a separate screen while working’ i.e. “Dead Mall Series”.

Kurt
Guest

It’s pretty darn great, isn’t it?

Brian Mulhall
Guest

So good man, so good