77. Love Actually (2003)

December 21, 2021 FilmFloggers Season 1 Episode 46
77. Love Actually (2003)
Show Notes

As we are still digesting the wildly successful Flogoween season, we thought it best that the team (Ben) put their (his) feet up and take the rest of the year off.

This would allow us (Ben) to immerse ourselves (himself) in the festive season fully, spend more time listening to the many other great indie podcasts (FilmFloggers) and bask in the glory of releasing 31 Horror films during the 31 days of October.

So there's only one thing left to say, Happy...12 days of Flogmas.

Happy Flogmas one & all!

Who's excited for the 14 days of Floggingtine?

Witty Easter name pending.

Festive topics discussed during the episode include:

Are you looking for a new microphone? Ben elegantly reviews some.

Does hearing Ben constantly whinge about his tech woes bore you? Would new listeners instantly switch off? I thought not.

Is Ben still disgusting?

Are we cute?

Ben loses his cool. Just for a second.

I'm starting to think Fiona doesn't put much effort into her episode prep.

Cliff Richard pops back numerous times to mask Fiona's asthma sufferings.

Ben has only nice things to say about Denise Richards.

Fiona's intro tires Ben.

It's been four years since my and Fiona's first conversation, and I still don't understand a word she says.

The love story between Colin Firth and Sienna Guillory reminds me so much of the one between Fiona & me. Just without the love bit.

Is Ameros Perros anything like City of God? It's a foreign film, so that's enough for Fiona.

It's all there, Ridley Scott, House of Gucci, Jared Leto, Crash 2005. Movie stuff.

Can anyone give Ben his Heathrow moment?

Ben has only nice things to say about Kiera Knightley.

Much like Dildo (I typed out Dildo first), Dido, will I be going down with this podcast ship? (We've been taking on water since September)

Have I been hanging with Dan Machholz's too long?

Has Ben lost his mojo? Yeah, baby, yeah!

Boris Johnson needs to let his hair down more.

Imagine facing a double denim sporting bloke with his arms folded after a full day of lectures?

I knew there was a link between Helen Bonham Carter and Emma Thompson.

Is Die Hard a Christmas film? Why has nobody posed this question before?

What would Fiona find if she rooted around in my pocket? A sh*t-stained necklace inscribed, I heart D.M? I highly doubt it...

Lobsters and Octopus standing next to our Lord and Saviour. How woke of you, Richard Curtis.

Considering this came post 9/11, how realistic is Sam's airport dash for love? That thumbs-up isn't flying here, Liam Neeson.

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