In this episode: It's Christmas time so let's take a break from watching Die Hard and Die Hard 2 to enjoy Satoshi Kon's Tokyo Godfathers. One of many masterpieces by the filmmaker who was taken too late, Kon's film depicts the journey three homeless people go on to find out why the baby they found in the trash was abandoned in the first place. Let the coincidences pile up and the ghosts of Christmas future and past intersect. Jason posits this is better than most Studio Ghibili films and was immediately taken outside and hanged. Also in recently seen we have a strict no magic policy, Tim Allen appreciation, The Murder Case of Hana and Alice (also animated, not a coincidence), and dueling Zooms. Critic blurbs and double feature pairings included, bring your own baby.
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