Episode 118 - Whiplash, The Boy Next Door, Outcast; Dustin finally sees... City of God; Fall movie previewPlay Now | Play in Popup | Download (425)
In this episode, we watch trailers for J.K. Simmons as the anti-Mr. Holland in Whiplash, Jennifer Lopez in The Boy Next Door, and Nicolas Cage and Hayden Christensen in Outcast. Plus Dustin finally sees City of God, a preview of the upcoming Fall movie season, and What We’re Watching.
Ha! Bet you didn’t expect to see us back so soon. In this bonus episode, special guest Aaron talks with us about why the movies he watches at the theater are almost always in 3D. He also asks Dustin and Andy about the philosophy behind the podcast you all know and love–yes, this one! Well…unless you just happened upon this episode by mistake, in which case, you should check out some of our other episodes, because you’ll love ’em! Really.
NOTE: This episode includes one minor spoiler for Super 8. It’s so minor that I wouldn’t even mention it, except for the fact that we talked about the same spoiler in our review back in Episode 15, and I prefaced that review with a spoiler warning. So consider yourself warned again.
Oh hi! Didn’t see you there. In this episode we watch trailers for the Brad Pitt film Killing Them Softly, Nicolas Cage’s newest called Stolen, and the Jennifer Lawrence horror film House at the End of the Street (or #HATES on the Twitters). We also review J.J. Abrams’ Super 8 (with some minor spoilers) and offer our picks of the week.
0:00 – 7:18 Trailer #1: Killing Them Softly
7:18 – 16:55 Review: Super 8
16:55 – 21:35 Trailer #2: Stolen
21:35 – 28:55 Picks of the Week
– Andy: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
– Dustin: Parenthood
– Cody: Jimi Hendrix: The Uncut Story
28:55 – end Trailer #3: House at the End of the Street
Killing Them Softly (The Weinstein Company) — opens October 19, 2012(The Weinstein Company has announced they are pushing the release date to November 30, 2012.)
Stolen (Millenium Films) — opens September 14, 2012
House at the End of the Street (Relativity Media) — opens September 21, 2012