Sex Scene - July Edition - Planes, Trains and Expensive Art
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The sun is shining and this month, David and Liam after getting some banter out the way, start discussion with what films they have been watching over the last month. Their quick thoughts of Bridesmaids and Terrance Malick’s Tree of Life are followed by a review of the last film in the Harry Potter saga, The Deathly Hallows Part 2. This week Liam opts to review the classic John Hughes comedy, Trains, Planes and Automobiles. The plot, who to support, the emotional heart of the film and John Candy’s career are all discussed. In the first ever documentary review on the show, Exit Through The Gift Shop is analysed, the reliability, the characters and David’s overall enjoyment is explored. The Did You Know? Segment features actors with green hair and Stars Wars trivia and the news hit leads to talk of Paris Hilton, The Thing and Jennifer Lopez. All this week on The Sex Scene! We’d like to thank for providing music for the podcast. Please check out and follow our twitter page - @wekilledstar. The theme song is Porno Movie by Ampsex!
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