This Week: Because one of the movies opening this week stars Bradley “Popsicle Eyes” Cooper, Kevin brings Dame Elisabeth Rappe back into the Magical Studio in the Sky to talk about her bizarre Ikea fantasies with the actor. They also talk about Henry Cavill and his ruling power in the Czech Republic. And speaking of the Czech Republic, they also look at the new bizarre stop-motion animated toy movie Toys in the Attic. When they careen into the infamous middle segment, things quickly derail as they discuss the sad state of American college students, how to make a pink rainbow and Elisabeth’s experiences with an accidental anti-Semite in college she lovingly referred to as “American Psycho.” They also talk about the movies they’re still looking forward to in 2012, as well as the sad state of Clint Eastwood’s sanity. The show is so packed full of stuff, some actually had to be edited out. So keep your eyes open for a bonus episode in which Kevin talks about his penchant for women’s fashion and why so many of Elisabeth’s neighbors live in the closet until they go shopping with their spouses.
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Part I: A preview of The Cold Light of Day (8:50)
Part II: More on The Cold Light of Day, then a review of The Words and a tease of Toys in the Attic (10:40)
Part III: Geography in American College, Pink Rainbows, Accidental Anti-Semites, Box Office Recap, Box Office Predictions and the Fat Guy Five: Five Movies We’re Still Looking Forward to in 2012 (1:12:00)
Part IV: DVD Round-Up: Five-Year Engagement, Re-Animator Blu-ray, The Office: Season 8, Parks & Recreation: Season 3, Grey’s Anatomy: Season 8, Fringe: Season 4 and Safe (6:35)
Resident Evil: Another One and Finding Nemo 3D