This week on Operation Kino, no one is safe. We'd like to think we live on the edge most weeks, but this week is especially unsafe, as we dig into a review of the new Denzel Washington/Ryan Reynolds thriller Safe House. From there we launch into a discussion of something completely different, namely romance as depicted by modern Hollywood movies, why they get it wrong so often, and how they might be able to do it better. Before any of that, though, there's a Lightning Round dedicated to sequels that replace their lead actors, and then tidbits, in which Da7e runs down the end of the Universal-Hasbro relationship, David talks at length about the fascinating documentary Bombay Beach, Patches grudgingly goes over the Amazing Spider-Man preview he saw earlier this week, and Katey digs into the disastrous VIce Magazine interview with Woody Harrelson, and wonders what it is exactly that people want to learn from celebrity profiles. We end, as always, with your lightning round answers for dessert.