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This week on Operation Kino we're once again gathered together in the same room, fighting against the forces of New York City noise and unbearable heat to review Super 8-- for those of you concerned about such things, the review, as always, is spoiler-free. Before that we've got a Lightning Round devoted to childhood summer movies. The tidbits involve some New York City boosterism, Patches finally coming around to Parks & Recreation, the necessary annual celebration of Wet Hot American Summer, and some self-promotion from Dave of the movie he produced, The Four-Faced Liar, which is now on Netflix Instant. And after the review we pick up the ball from Super 8 and talk about nostalgia in movies, how it can be both good and bad when used properly, and how a very strange food metaphor somehow can make sense of it all. We end, as always, with your answers to our lightning round question for dessert-- featured this week are Twitter users @riseb4thefall, @atonaljosh, and everyone who submitted Jurassic Park.

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00:00-1:24 Lightning Round

1:24-19:30 Tidbits

19:50-38:37 Review: Super 8

39:04-58:45 Segment 3: Nostalgia in movies

58:45-1:03:42 Dessert!