/Filmcast Ep. 11 - The Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor (GUEST: Stephen Tobolowsky)

In this episode of the /Filmcast, Dave, Devindra, and Adam debate the merits of 2D animation, weigh in on a Monsters Inc. sequel, and spend more time than humanly thought possible destroying The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. Legendary actor Stephen Tobolowsky (from Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party) joins us to re-enact The Matrix Reloaded and to show us exactly how film criticism is done.

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Show Notes


  • Buy Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party!
  • Two Idiots in Hollywood
  • What Have We Watched

    David Chen: (11:20) Pineapple Express

    Devindra: (12:11) Doomsday

    Stephen Tobolowsky: (14:30) Matrix Reloaded, Journey to the Center of the Earth,

    Adam: (21:49) [Shit Movie of the Week] The Lost Boys 2

    Film News

  • (28:45) Pixar Possibly Developing Monsters Inc. 2?
  • (32:32) Sony Developing Venom Spin-Off Movie
  • (38:40) Disney's Princess and the Frog Teaser
  • (45:42) Keanu Reeves for Cowboy Bebop?
  • Featured Review

  • (49:38) The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
  • Credits

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