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TFR 26: Dinner For Schmucks, The Killer Inside Me, Inventory of the Best Films of the Year (So Far)

Chris Scalzo

I've spent the last week or so trying to decide if I'm Paul Rudd or Steve Carrell in Dinner For Schmucks....I think I know the answer.  Maybe Jemaine Clement?  Have we seen the comedy of the year?  Ehhhhh....maybe.  After that, we shift the TFR bus sharply away from comedy with a discussion of Michael Winterbottom's The Killer Inside Me.  The neo-noir goes to some dark places.  Is Casey Affleck up to the task?  Hell, is Jessica Alba?  We also review what's out on blu-ray and dvd, then wrap it up with an Inventory of our Favorite Films of 2010 (so far).  

Download the show from iTunes here: Episode 26

Or stream the show live by clicking 'Play' below:

00:00-09:32: Opening/Dinner For Schmucks
09:33-16:05: Blu-Ray/DVD Picks
16:06-28:41: The Killer Inside Me
28:42-46:38: Inventory of the Best Films of 2010 (so far)
46:39-50:35: Wrap Up/Next Week Preview

Our Inception, Predators, and Knight & Day reviews will be available soon.

Theme music provided by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey

Here's the poster for 'The Killer Inside Me', just cause I like it so much.