Every month, fearless Cinema 52 Lab Rat James Spizuoco gives Cinemanaut Bill twenty bucks and Bill comes back with a foreign film in a blank case and what he claims is the remaining change. James then watches that film without any subtitles and tries to figure out what the hell is going on. These are his adventures.
Lab Rat James tries to survive a Thai spoof of Charlie's Angels without any subtitles to help him. Can he follow the intensely stupid plot of Chai Lai Angels: Dangerous Flowers?
Lab Rat James watches Alfonso Cuarón's Y Tu Mamá También without any subtitles and tries to piece together where this wacky trio is headed and what the narrator is blabbing about.
Lab Rat James watches John Woo's Hong Kong action classic The Killer without any subtitles. Can he piece together who's shooting at whom, why, and who left all the dove cages open?
Every month Lab Rat James receives a foreign film that he watches without subtitles, and this time it's Russian Ark, a tour of a museum in one long take. Because we're trying to kill James.
Lab Rat James is forced to watch a bunch of cartoon interviews in a language he doesn't speak... without any subtitles. Will the atrocities depicted in Waltz with Bashir translate?
Lab Rat James sits down to watch somebody else jog all over Germany in Run Lola Run...without any subtitles. Can he keep track of the intersecting storylines and split realities? Oontz oontz oontz...
Lab Rat James weaves his way through the twisting plotlines of Pedro Almodóvar's Bad Education... without any subtitles. Can he keep up with the secrets, the layers of meta, or the Castilian Spanish lisp?
Lab Rat James tries to keep up with the quirky French exploits of Audrey Tatou's Amélie... without any subtitles. Zut alors! Can he figure out what that narrator's always blabbing about?
Lab Rat James tries to determine the events of the alleged Japanese "film" Samurai Princess... without any subtitles. Do its themes transcend all languages and cultures? Let's hope not.
What's This?We watched movies we hate, once a week, for an entire year. Click here to learn more about our experiment!
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