93: Foolproof (2003) with Sian Melton
Looking for more fast cuts and action than Marion bridge? This week, the MUFF society’s founder Sian Melton brings us the film that was meant to crack open the American blockbuster market for slick Canadian action/heist films, 2003’s Foolproof. Featuring Ryan Reynolds fresh off VanWilder, a mustache twirling (oddly sans mustache) David Suchet, a bizarre attempt at a “strong capable female” played by Kristen Booth, a FOOLPROOF heist on a small budget, bolstered by a Pizza Hut tie-in and a story that would be way better if it was made for children. It’s available for $1 on iTunes. If you’re game for a lost Canadian oddity, check it out.
On this week's show
Siân Melton really likes cats, ice cream, and movies. Her work is focused in social media, writing, and project management/event logistics—which she fondly refers to as "cat herding.” She is the founder of The MUFF Society and this one time she handed Daniel Radcliffe a Diet Coke and he said “thanks.”