Number Two Review

Congo (1995)

Episode #36

Paramount Pictures released Congo on June 9, 1995. Frank Marshall directed the film starring Laura Linney, Tim Curry, and Dylan Walsh.

‘Congo’ Movie Summary

A megalomaniac CEO sends his son into the African Congo to retrieve a source of diamonds large and pure enough to function as powerful laser weapon. However, when he loses contact of his son and team, he sends his would-be daughter-in-law in after him with a shit-ton of high-tech gadgets, and rag-tag team members. Once there, they quickly learn that in order to rescue her former fiancé, they must make difficult sacrifices along the way.

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Paramount Pictures released Congo on June 9, 1995. Frank Marshall directed the film starring Laura Linney, Tim Curry, and Dylan Walsh.

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  1. Have you seen Miami connection? Would be a great film to do for this podcast. Also There’s a pretty funny podcast called ‘how did this get made?’ about the worst movies of all time.

    1. We have Miami Connection on our list for Lunchtime Movie Review, but it would definitely work on this show too…I haven’t seen it in years now. I wonder how bad it would be now.

      And yes, that’s a great podcast, with an endless supply of films you’d wonder how they really got made!

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