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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 85-90: Pure David Lo Pan

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Burn rubber with the Reels & Wheels podcasters Sid Bridge and James Rodatus as they discuss the climactic Minutes 85-90 with Josh and Brett. Featuring a lipstick-smeared kiss, a final showdown, an inflatable miniboss, and a fleet of Pontiac 6000s.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 80-85: Chang Sing #1

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Marital arts choreographer, associate producer, and Big Trouble in Little China actor James Lew (Chang Sing #1) joins the Podcast Express in discussing his experiences on the film, as well as Minutes 80-85, which cover the amazing fight scene in the Great Arcade.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 65-70: Lo Pan’s Bachelor Party

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In Minutes 65-70 we reach the underworld of this video game-like portion of the film, and Crystal Beth of the Unlimited Lives podcast joins Josh and Brett in a discussion of bat poles, elaborate rituals, Black Blood of the Earth, and bug monsters.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 50-55: Memoirs of a Wing Kong Staff Guard

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Big Trouble in Little China actress Lia Chang (Wing Kong Staff Guard) discusses Minutes 50-55 with Josh and Brett, and her unique experiences working on the film. Featuring Lia’s fight scene, Jack’s heroism, a smoke-filled staff, and damp heroes.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 20-25: Pearl Gray Fiero

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Special guests Alex Robinson and Pete the Retailer from the Star Wars Minute join Brett and Josh in discussing Minutes 20-25, which cover the Three Storms, a ghost-like epiglottis, cars, and a discussion of color theory.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 15-20: Don’t Come Late to the Meeting

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Minutes 15-20 bring us to a mysterious narrow alley in Chinatown, a funeral, two fighting tongs, a Chinese stand-off, and plenty of fighting. Featuring guest martial artist, actor, and stuntman Dennis Ruel.

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