Hello again, and welcome to another fantastical episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week, Mark, Philip, and myself dive back into our 80’s childhoods once more to swim around in the glitter-filled puppetry that are Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal and The Labyrinth. In this episode we decide the rankings of how good things are by the amount of glitter involved, the fact that you don’t even need real actors to make a successful movie, the difference between kids movies today and back then, and that if it looks like a gelfling, and smells like a gelfling, it more than likely is probably a gelfling. Enjoy!
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