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PROJECTING FILM: Thirst Street (Notting Hill meets Chuck & Buck)

We decide to do a bit of traveling with new release THIRST STREET, which has us discussing home invasion films of a different sort. One involves the perpetually anxious Hugh Grant having his routine put upon by a beautiful and successful movie star, and the other involves this podcast's personal sex icon of Mike White. If that's not a strange enough mashup for you... well, come back next episode! But you'll miss Dan from Get Reel Movies as he reacts to the trailer for this new sex thriller, as well as the usual "obnoxious Americans." Which one can only presume will be the words used in our very first iTunes review.


ALSO: Sexy obnoxious Americans. Just wanted to reiterate that for the SEO results we are after with this film podcast.

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