Ep #025 Eega Maakhi aka “The Fly” w Helen Zaltzman from “The Allusionist” and Matthew Crosby from “Pappy’s”

Episode 25 sees Helen (The Allusionist, Answer Me This) Zaltzman (the first lady of podcasting) and Matthew (Pappy’s) Crosby return for Helen’s choice Eega/Maakhi (The Fly). Badly dubbed mish mash of genres served up Bollywood style.

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We can only assume the delirium felt by Helen after a traumatic house move affected her decision to revisit this terrible film. The hero of Eega is murdered by a jealous rival and reincarnated as a fly, who then takes revenge to save his love interest. Thats it — for over two hours.

Featuring a fly weight lifting and other ridiculous overly long predictable scenarios, unmemorable songs and terrible cgi — not fun for all the family. f you’re after an emotionless mess of crazy fly revenge antics with characters devoid of personality — with songs then this is definitely for you!

Scores

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Despite Helen Z’s best efforts Helen S still thought this film is terrible — scoring 2.9 — which is fairly good considering. Please send us your scores!

What do you guys think? Have you seen Eega? What did you think? Please let us know in the comments below!

Episode #025 Crew Links

Thanks to the Episode #025 Crew of Helen Zaltman (@helenzaltzman) from The Allusionist (@AllusionistShow) and Answer Me This (@helenandolly) and Matthew Crosby (@matthewcrosby), from “Pappy’s Flatshare Slamdown” and “Pappy’s Bangers and Mash” (@Pappystweet)

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More about Eega

For more info on Young Frankenstein, you can visit the Eega IMDB page here or the Eega Rotten Tomatoes page here.

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