Saturday, December 31, 2005

Mamo #27: Say Goodbye To Hollywood

We took a little extra time bringing it to you, what with being so exhausted by our marathon session the last time out (50% of us lost our voice that night), but we're back again with an all new year ending smash up derby Mamo. Close out 2005 in style, won't you?


Blogger Uri said...

Woo-hooo! I was mentinoned in the podcast! :)))

On more serious note. I have to say I really like the way you both think and talk about movies. But that doesn't mean I blindly agree with everything you two say! :)

I'm about the same age as "Geeky Matt" so in my heart I mostly agree with him. I also grew up with Star Wars, Spielberg movies and so on, so we're coming from a similar place. On the other hand my mind works more like the one of "Father Matt", so this podcast is very unique for me and this is probably the reason why I like it and cherish it so much.

Hopefully you won't be offended by the nicknames, it's just easier for me to make clear distinction between the Matts (without tyring to remember the last names). ;)

Keep up with a movie fun guys and Happy New Year!

P.S. I love Father Matt's pronunciation of work "about", since it seems so distinctivly Canadian, which I love. :)

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Blogger Tederick said...

OH MY GOD I don't think I'm ever going to stop calling him "Father Matt" now. Brilliant!

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