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An Honest Liar, My Old Lady, Maps to the Stars, Weekend Picks

We switch is up a bit this week, reviewing a documentary: An Honest Liar.  It gives Logan the opportunity to express his concerns with documentaries in general, and we both talk about James Randi’s fascinating life and what the movie has to say about it.

Bob mini reviews My Old Lady, and Logan mini reviews Maps to the Stars.

In weekend picks, Logan mentions two shows he won’t be watching (too British for him!): Call the Midwife and Mr Selfridge. Bob hopes to be able to see While We’re Young, and can’t decide if the bad buzz will keep us away from Serena.

Let’s rock!

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What We Do In the Shadows, Run All Night, Hector and the Search For Happiness, Suits, Weekend Picks

We’ve got two full movie reviews to help you in the home stretch of the late-winter movie doldrums. Bob reviews What We Do In the Shadows, and Logan reviews Run All Night. Has Jemaine Clement finally found a post-Conchords hit? How different from (or similar to!) Liam Neeson’s past work is this latest flick?

In mini reviews, Bob talks about last year’s Simon Pegg movie, Hector and the Search For Happiness. Logan hits the fourth season of Suits.

In weekend picks, Logan mentions but doesn’t endorse: Community (now on Yahoo!), iZombie, and Netflix’s Bloodline. Bob throws his hands up at this week’s movies and announces the recent documentary An Honest Liar for next week’s review.

Let’s rock!

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Hits, Results, Focus, Parks & Rec, Weekend Picks

Still in the dry movie days of late winter, we turn to the on-demand movie Hits for our full review. How well does David Cross deliver in his first feature? Do we approve of the satire towards Brooklyn yuppies?

Bob mini reviews a Sundance selection, Resuts. Logan couldn’t help himself and saw (and mini reviews) Focus. Parks and Recreation recently wrapped up its run. Logan mini reviews the final season and we both talk a little about the series as a whole.

In weekend picks, Logan doesn’t have much to recommend, but is intrigued by PlayStation Network’s foray into original TV content with Powers. Bob’s unimpressed with the movies available, but is leaning towards, oh eff it, Run All Night.

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Special Episode: 2014 Video Games

It’s a Practically Culture first! An episode devoted to the previous year’s video games. Join us for Bob’s top 5 games list, some other games Logan brings up, and a discussion of games we wish we’d played but didn’t get to.

Along the way, we talk about playing characters different from us, whether it’s time to take mobile games seriously as a way to game, and how well this year compares to other years in terms of great games.

Let’s rock!

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