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Episode 41: 12 Rounds

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"John Cena and Renny Harlin? All hail the bad movie gods. We watched 12 Rounds."

Movie SummaryEdit



The plot culminates in an epic confrontation involving helicopters and hand-to-hand combat. Who shall prevail?
­As Stuart pointed out, I think: will it be the tiny villain with very thin arms, or will it be John Cena, who — as you pointed out, Dan — is a golem?
     —Elliott @11:10

Better ThanEdit

  • ­­I never thought I'd be watching a movie and say: I miss the clockwork plotting and sharply-drawn characters of 12 Rounds — a movie which is mainly John Cena destroying the parts of New Orleans that Katrina didn't get to. [...] 12 Rounds looks like a really good movie next to this.
         —Elliott, Episode 142: Getaway @12:10

Final JudgmentsEdit

  • Good-Bad Movie (Stuart) @38:30
  • between Good-Bad Movie and A Movie I Kinda Liked (Dan) @39:20
  • between Good-Bad Movie and A Movie I Kinda Liked (Elliott) @40:10

Episode HighlightsEdit


  • ­Tom Bombadil.
         —Elliott @13:05
  • ­Read your Torah, people.
         —Elliott @19:25



  • The Devil's Candy: The Anatomy Of A Hollywood Fiasco (book) by Julie Salamon (Elliott) @54:05
  • Mindhunters (2004) by Renny Harlin (Stuart) @51:15
  • Something Wild (1986) by Jonathan Demme (Dan) @53:00

Mentioned InEdit

Devil's Pass and 12 Rounds were both directed by Renny Harlin, but only 12 Rounds stars a mudman rampaging through N'awlins. (Stuart @05:05)

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