Archives for : September2014

Episode 8: Nobody’s Child


After seven episodes, our heroes delve into the world of bad children and the parents who may or may not love them.  Duncan goes the deeply serious route with the intense drama We Need To Talk About Kevin.  Bo lightens things up (comparatively speaking) with the Bobcat Goldthwaite film World’s Greatest Dad, featuring the recently-departed Robin Williams.  It’s the battle of the bad kids in the latest episode of Duncan and Bo Come Correct!

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Episode 7: The Pain of Dramadies…


Having established victories in the previous two episodes, Bo swaggers into this episode with the Kenneth Lonergan-directed comedy-drama, You Can Count on Me.  Boasting incredible performances by Mark Ruffalo and Laura Linney, how can he lose?

Duncan refuses to be denied, however, returning from two losses with the near-future fantasy Robot & Frank, with the full weight of a Frank Langella master-performance behind it.

Can two comedy-dramas of such high quality finally tear the show apart?  Can Duncan get back into the competition with a helper robot?  Can Bo extend his win streak and establish a near-insurmountable lead for this season of DBCC?  These questions, and a contentious assertion about cinema’s best Dracula, await you in this thrill-packed episode of Duncan and Bo Come Correct!

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