This week on Operation Kino, all four members of the usual crew are back together to hold hands and weep quietly into our handkerchiefs, as we review The Help. From there we've got a Segment Three inspired by the weekend's other big release, 30 Minutes or Less, in which we talk about movies based on true stories, whether there's ever such a thing as "too soon," and how far David would go to have Werner Herzog make a movie about his tragic death. Before any of that, though, we've got a lightning round dedicated to awesome movie deaths, and tidbits in which Dave doesn't think the Dark Knight Rises set photos are spoilers, David wonders how on earth a movie like Our Idiot Brother qualified as a Sundance success, Patches wants your dating advice and Katey shares the harrowing tale of how she survived Glee 3D. We end, as always, with your lightning round answers for dessert.
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00:00-00:52 Lightning Round
01:15 - 27:09 Introductions and Tidbits
27:25 - 46:12 The Help review
46:40 - 01:03:52 Movies Based on a True Story Discussed
01:03:52 - 1:08:17 Dessert