The Film Feed: Episode 19 - Cold, Soulless, Airbending Zombies
by Alex Billington
June 23, 2009
In this episode of The Film Feed, Will, Clark, and Sean get back together for yet another riveting episode. They start with the latest dark comedy, World's Greatest Dad. Then, Will explains his distaste for the trailer for Paul Giamatti's Cold Souls. The guys then collectively restate the basis of The Film Feed and underscore their personalities with a quick rundown of their favorite films. Clark also treats listeners to a recap of his recent adventure into classic cinema. Lastly, Sean and Will delve deep into a review of the latest comedy from Harold Ramis, Year One. Be sure to tune in next week for the newest installment of The Film Feed.
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0:00-1:15 - Introduction
1:15-25:15 - Movie News & Trailers
1:15-6:00 - World's Greatest Dad Trailer
6:00-14:11 - Cold Souls Trailer
14:11-18:50 - Zombieland Trailer
18:50-25:15 - The Last Airbender Teaser
25:15-42:15 - Top 5 Favorite Films
42:15-53:30 - Review of Year One
53:30-63:30 - Clark's Classic Cinema Quest
63:30-66:00 - Conclusion
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I hope they say year one sucks.
Adam on Jun 23, 2009
hi guys love the show anyway The Last Airbender teaser trailer something is very wrong about it since we know their is a race and culture issues about this movie once again the director messed up on culture in the trailer. Aang wears an Buddhist monk outfit why the hell in this trailer he is wearing an Christian monk hood outfit once again they got the culture wrong
terry on Jun 23, 2009
... I enjoyed this episode guys, it was definitely interesting hearing all of your guys 5 movies... "Punch Drunk Love" is a personal favorite of mine too, I had a similar experience with it and the watching of it back to back... I really liked Clark's Classic Cinema Quest as well, and not just cause I got a shout out (thanks btw)... it's really cool hearing a new view on some old classics. Keep it up guys! ...
Mondo Jay on Jun 23, 2009
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