David Lees is the co-host of the Silver Screen Snobs film podcast, based out of Melbourne, Australia. He enjoys writing biographies about himself in the third person. Sometimes described as a "moron", he is best known as the co-creator of "one of the most non-sensical pieces of garbage I have ever heard", according to some guy. You can find him on Twitter and .

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Episode 7: The Hobbit, Les Miserables

The HobbitPeter Jackson returns to Middle-earth with The Hobbit, part one of the new trilogy. We review the film along with the brand new technology it was shot in, 3D 48 frames per second. Also reviewed: Les Miserables, The Deep Blue Sea, The Raid, Cosmopolis.

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Episode 6: Wreck-It Ralph, John C. Reilly retrospective

Wreck-It RalphWreck-It Ralph hits our shores this Boxing Day and to celebrate John C. Reilly’s first foray into the animated world we also took a quick look at his five best roles to date. Films reviewed: In The Heat Of The Night, The Watch, Weekend, Hard Eight, Boogie Nights, Gangs Of New York, Chicago, Walk Hard.

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Episode 5: Rise of the Guardians, Antz

Rise of the GuardiansDreamWork’s 25th animated film Rise Of The Guardians gets reviewed as we go way back to their first release, Antz, and see how far they’ve come. Also reviewed: It Happened One Night, Ted, Manhunter, American Dreamz.

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Episode 4: Trouble with the Curve, Mystic River

Trouble with the CurveTrouble With The Curve, Clint Eastwood’s first acting role in a film helmed by a director other than himself since 1993, gets reviewed this week along with a tie-in retrospective look at Mystic River. Also reviewed: The Lost Weekend, Wild Wild West, Lawless, Looper.

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Episode 3: Celeste and Jesse Forever, That’s My Boy

Celeste and Jesse ForeverThis week we review the new film written by Rashida Jones, Celeste and Jesse Forever. Due to Andy Samberg’s role in the film we had the misfortune of making our linked in retrospective review Adam Sandler’s latest disaster, That’s My Boy. Also reviewed: Rebecca, Men In Black trilogy.

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Episode 2: Skyfall, Bond retrospective

SkyfallAustralia finally gets Skyfall so we review it as soon as we possibly can, despite being one of the last countries see it. Tom finally gets to flex his ridiculous knowledge of the Bond canon in our retrospective look at cinema’s longest running franchise.

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Episode 1: Robot and Frank, Jarhead

Robot and FrankIn our debut episode we review Robot and Frank and take a look at Jarhead. Also, starring in the Classics Corner we have My Fair Lady up against the Crap Corner’s The Campaign.

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