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    Doug, got a new Maltin game category for you:

    STREEP-LESS IN SEATTLE (Meryl Streep films for which she was NOT nominated for an Oscar!)
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    I think I agree. I definitely had Samm and Hamm. I think I had someone else in the 3rd spot, but forgot how good Edgar Wright is. He's good at negative names!
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    Doug, curious question. Who would you say are the top 3 players of the Leonard Maltin game?
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    Understatement of the century! A new great Maltin player has finally emerged!

    Also, Preston and Steve are unsung heroes of the game. Those guys are pretty good!
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    That's 'cause no one saw Tank Girl....BOOM! (that was for Graham)
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    The podcast continues to roll along great, Doug! Too bad (well, not really) about the Kathleen Turner category, but please keep the "10 years ago today" one. That's the best!
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    Yeah, I thought Thunder Road was a movie. But I like the rule where the namer has to know something about the movie they're naming!
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    I do think those are the top 5 myself, but PFT, Scott, and Samm aren't just good at naming movies, they can go negative names, which isn't easy.
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    Really late to the game on this one, but, yeah, the one with Bill Simmons was a very nice (and welcome!) surprise. Especially since it had Simmons (listen to his podcasts from time to time), the very...
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    Just listened to (I actually typed "watched" at first, good thing I caught myself!) Tournament of Championships, Part Deux...Awesome! I think those 3 are the best 3 players of the game!
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    Brian Posehn, too. He's one of my faves.
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    Huh, was sure it was late 86. Thanks!
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    Oh, wow, that 12 guests show was incredible! That double-1964 thing is common I think when a movie comes out late in the year. LETHAL WEAPON came out around Christmas 1986, but I see it listed a lot...
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    Why am I not surprised?...In fairness, I agree with him about part 2 being "joyless". But part 3 better than part 1? Poppycock!
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    As long as he doesn't bring up that his favorite James Bond movie is the one with George Lazenby again!
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    Yeah, I remember that show WHOOPS. Everyone had a streak in their hair, right...from the fallout? You've just been out-nerded!
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    Amazing podcast with Hardwick, Mira, and Ray. Can't believe that strategy during the Maltin game...Veddy interesting!
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    Oh, that Texas episode was great. Nice change of pace...sounded like they were in the Superdome!
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    That ain't settling, Doug....Do it!:mrgreen:
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    That Elisabeth Shue podcast was awesome. This is the first one that I wish that I could actually SEE (for obvious reasons).
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    Oh, this part is great. That was tense with Aukerman having to guess the correct order of the 2 stars in FACE-OFF! Also, now if you have to name a Lithgow movie in negative names, you can't get away...
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    Maltin would be a great guest (again). Ask him why he gave COLLATERAL only 2 1/2 stars! I personally would like to know because I think that's a great movie. I know you don't, though, Doug.:mrgreen:
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    Yeah, I like the dissent, too, but also I agree with Mr. Posehn that IB is not a good movie! After seeing it, I could relate to his dislike of it, more so than listening to a film critic. The movie...
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    It was the word long that did my idea in, wasn't it?
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    I wonder if there was a way the odd "man" out, when the score is tied 1-1-1 could continue to play. The player that didn't get to participate in that round would just compete against the "winner" of...
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