The writer/director team that partnered on "Amores Perros" and "21 Grams" have been trading public blows all year about who deserves more credit for the success of their collaborations, but what's interesting about Alejandro González Iñárritu and Guillermo Arriaga's latest film, "Babel," is the nearly seamless pairing of concept and execution. But is the movie any good? That, it turns out, is not so easily agreed upon.
Plus, a review of "Borat" that Adam and Sam fear may be used against them if they are ever brought up on charges of sounding too "NPR-y." (Please note Adam's rather posh sounding "Really? I'm shocked" response to Sam's initial analysis of the film.)
Also on the show, Massacre Theatre, 'The Nanooks' -- our Best of the Documentaries Marathon Awards -- and our Top 5 Culture Clash Movies.
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