The Film Feed: Episode 18 - Scorsese and Freudian Slips

June 16, 2009

The Film Feed

In this episode of The Film Feed, Will and Clark are joined by a special guest - Kevin Coll from Fused Film. With Kevin at their side, Clark and Will postulate upon the premise of romance mixing with sci-fi, as well as debate the growing filmography of iconic filmmaker Martin Scorsese. After a discussion revolving around the first photos of Mickey Rourke in Iron Man 2, Kevin and Will delve into a review of Tony Scott's Taking of Pelham 123 remake. Finally, Clark and Will deliver an in depth analysis of the latest film from Sam Mendes, Away We Go. Be sure to tune in next week for the newest installment of The Film Feed.

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0:00-2:10 - Introduction
2:10-18:00 - Movie News & Trailers
    2:10-6:08 - The Time Traveler's Wife Trailer
    6:09-10:15 - Mickey Rourke as Whiplash in Iron Man 2
    9:24 - FF: Mickey Rourke Seems More Like Backlash in Iron Man 2?
    10:15-18:00 - Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island Trailer
18:00-26:45 - Review of The Taking of Pelham 123
26:45-43:50 - Review of Away We Go
43:50-50:50 - Conclusion

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  • Mondo Jay
    ... Good episode guys, I might have to go check out "Away We Go" now... The Time Traveler's Wife wife looks good too, and thank goodness I'm not the only one who thinks Rourke looks stupid... That photo did nothing for me as a movie fan... ...
  • I highly recommend 'Away We Go'. It's one of those small films that'll get lost in the rush of summer blockbusters, which is highly unfortunate. It's got a lot of heart, which is something that's often lost in modern films.
  • I just saw the trailer of Away we go and I actually liked it.
  • Ryan
    I really enjoyed watching this movie. The acting has a little bit to be desired, but in a fun a quirky way it was fun to watch. The story line is cute and simple, with some not so cute and simple persona's throughout the adventure. It's a heart felt story of dating, desire and compatibility. Outside of the Fun story line, this movie had a unique soundtrack, unique to quirky love stories like this. It's really just a heartfelt story of trying to find a place to call home, and along the way connecting up with lost friends and family and finding out that home is what you make of it, and probably a lot closer to the heart than first imagined. I really enjoyed the underlying subtle sweetness of this Romance comedy.
  • Paruresis
    The guys do some good work. I like these episodes. Keep it up. Paruresis




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