The Film Feed: Episode 11 - Ambivalently Obsessed

April 28, 2009

The Film Feed

In this episode of The Film Feed, the guys break from form and provide for your listening pleasure a discussion on the process of judging and analyzing movies. However, before they get too self involved, Sean, Will and Clark cover the latest in movie news. Sean gives no hesitation in showing his blatant hatred of Obsessed, and Clark espouses his love for the many alternate endings of Wolverine. Meanwhile, Will reinforces his desire to see another live action version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Be sure to vote in this latest Geek Tournament round, and tune in next week for our guide to the summer movie season!

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0:00-7:54 - Introduction
7:54-23:35 - Movie News
    7:54-13:35 - Wolverine Will Have Multiple Endings
    13:53-19:20 - Robert Rodriguez Directing Predators and Machete
    19:20-23:25 - Live-Action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in 2011
23:39-44:59 - Discussion: How Do You Judge Movies?
44:58-52:17 - Conclusion

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Neo all the way

moviekidmike on Apr 28, 2009


I think the stream version of the podcast is corrupt. But the download version is playing just fine.

TheGuyInThePJs on Apr 28, 2009


By the way, Richard Kelly has absolutely NOTHING to do with S. Darko. Kelly doesn't own the rights to the film/sequel. And the only reason he is credited is because they used "Character's" he created in the original. So don't blame Richard Kelly for S. Darko.. because I'm sure he's the person MOST against a sequel to (his) Donnie Darko.

TheGuyInThePJs on Apr 28, 2009


I've quickly informed Sean of his mistake. He wasn't very happy about being wrong. =)

Will Schiffelbein on Apr 28, 2009



Candygram on May 4, 2009

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