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AFI Top 100 – #49: Intolerance – Love’s Struggle Throughout the Ages   EXPLICIT

Episode Released: Apr 5, 2014 • Roger Ebert's Review: 
Show Hosts: Lindsay Shank & Jeff Bell
Episode Synopsis

We review film #49: “Intolerance – Love’s Struggle Throughout the Ages”…the 1916 silent film that tells the meaning behind the Hollywood Highland Complex design.  Oh and it’s also this massively epic flop of a film about people in different color coding times across the world.

Lindsay’s Thoughts

Those aren't even sentences.

Our Opinions

Lindsay says "Not a fan."
Jeff says "Not a fan."

Stuff & Things from Jeff
  1. Present Day was beige/pink. Jerusalem was blue. France was green. Babylon was orange/purple.
  2. This film was more than a film: it was a history lesson mixed with a dictionary.
  3. Charles IX had a fanny pack of puppies. True story.
  4. I want to be so rich one day that I can put my tiny desk in the middle of a room that should occupy closer to 20 desks.
  5. “Put away thy perfumes, thy garments of Assinu, the female man. I shall love none but a soldier”
  6. There’s boobs in this movie?!
  7. “Say kid, you’re gonna be my chicken.”
  8. Builded. That is all.
  9. “It was required that each man perspire every day”.
  10. So…many…dashes…
  11. Whisky is STILL a good remedy for colds.
  12. The “Babylon” set is pretty damn impressive.
  13. “The chalk of doom!”
  14. Yep. There’s boobs in this movie.

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