This week on Operation Kino, we are very angry ex-slaves who somehow find ourselves in revolutionary-era France, as we review both Les Miserables and Django Unchained. Before any of that, though, we have a lightning round inspired by Jack Reacher and The Hobbit, and then tidbits, in which David goes over acclaimed VOD film The Color Wheel, Patches catches up with the Blu-ray of Heavyweights, Da7e sticks up for the 48 fps in The Hobbit and Katey briefly reviews the Matt Damon-John Krasinski collaboration Promised Land. We end, as always, with your lightning round answers for dessert.

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00:00-00:31 Lightning Round

00:49 - 24:08 Introductions and Tidbits

25:33 - 41:15 Les Miserables reviewed

43:33 - 59:49 Django Unchained reviewed

59:49 - 1:03:11 Dessert!

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THEME: Do you hear the people sing - Ailsa Hay


Les Miserables Rap by ????

Valjean's Soliloquy by Matt Patches

Empty Chairs At Empty Tables Remix by rhiannonxgrace

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