The Film Feed: Episode 12 - Summer Movie Guide (May)
by Alex Billington
May 5, 2009
In this special episode of The Film Feed, Will and Sean are joined by special guests Alex Billington and Marco Cerritos of Boxoffice Magazine to discuss this summer's biggest blockbusters. The episode begins with a brutal review of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but keeps a positive tone when Alex and Marco chime in with their early thoughts on Star Trek. Will maintains his optimism regarding the upcoming Terminator Salvation, while Sean shows his excitement for Sam Raimi's newest horror flick. At the end, the guys all offer their final opinion on May's greatest hits. Tune in next week for the latest episode of The Film Feed!
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0:00-1:50 - Introduction
1:50-64:03 - Summer Movie Guide - May
» Star Trek
» Angels & Demons
» The Brothers Bloom
» Terminator Salvation
» Drag Me to Hell
» Pixar's Up
64:04-68:49 - Conclusion
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Reader Feedback - 5 Comments
Good Job Guys!!! Wolverine IS a chaotic piece of _________ (Insert whatever adjective)
Lazarus on May 5, 2009
i' more happy to see terminator salvation then star trek!
shirley on May 5, 2009
Hi. Hardcore terminator fan here. I'm 50/50 on your review. McG did do crappy movies before this one, but comparing him to James Cameron, he did that Piranha movie before The Terminator. So hopefully McG can pull this off. However, McG can be such a bull***er. All that hype he made at the cons was cool, but I don't know if it was true. I think one would have to watch the previous three installments in order to fully understand Terminator Salvation. People need to know some background about the film before going to actually see so they won't have too many questions afterward. I believe Terminator Salvation will come with mixed reviews. If someone wants mindless big explosions, then transformers is more their style. Terminator forever!!!
Jon Sim on May 5, 2009
... Great Podcast guys, really digging the format (or lack there of) in this one, looking forward to June's... I completely agree with the Wovlerine review, I haven't even bothered to go see it. The trailer alone makes me think the movie was going to suck. I'm also really really looking forward to Star Trek, and will probably go see it opening day. Alex and Marco seemingly only made me more hyped for it as well. I've got a question for you guys (maybe for the next podcast) if you had to choose between seeing Terminator Salvation and Transformers: RotF, which one would you pick? Thanks for another great podcast guys, keep up the good work. ...
Mondo Jay on May 5, 2009
Mondo Jay, Transformers 2 no question. What I should've done for a May recommendation is split it two ways, the best movie I've seen and can vouch for (Star Trek) and the one I haven't seen but can't wait for (Terminator).
Boxoffice Marco on May 5, 2009
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