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Posted by N7Insomniac

I got this.

Edited by Rorie

Let me know if there's any audio issues here. I think Alex is a bit quieter than I am, unfortunately.

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Edited by Lanechanger

yyyaaayyy

Edited by bkbroiler

Man I really liked Side Effects. I had no clue what was going to happen in that movie. I hope they liked it too!

Posted by magicwalnuts

Awww man, was totally looking forward to some Riddick talk, but whatevs, I'll still listen.

Posted by mattoncybertron

I boo you! i needs affirmation that Riddick is worth catching ya jerks!

Posted by LarryDavis

If you don't think Jackie Brown is the best Tarantino film you are entirely made of Wrong Particles.

Edited by Flappy

Tehee...Dick Riddick. Thanks for the content, Rorie!

Posted by Familyguy1

Any chance we will get this up on Itunes soon?

Posted by Rorie

@familyguy1: I need to figure that out, alas. The fact that it needs authorization complicates matters somewhat.

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Posted by probablytuna

I enjoyed Side Effects, it was a pretty alright movie. Also Rooney Mara is great.

Posted by I_Stay_Puft

Love me some Rooney Mara...

Edited by Peacemaker

Got a big ol' crush on Rooney Mara. Gosh she's purty.

Posted by Smallville123

@familyguy1: You can add the rss feed in iTunes and it works the same way as a podcast subscription by getting new episodes as they arrive.

Edited by BarrenMind

@smallville123: Yep, I just added it into Downcast this way. This is still under the "Premium Podcasts" page though so I expect the RSS feed might change before long.

I mean, it will probably stay a podcast for members only, but now that there's a title for the podcast I figure one day this page will have a different title and a different URL. Not necessarily I guess.

Edited by Hassun

I only go see films at unpopular hours on unpopular days but it makes me sad to hear Alex and Rorie talk about how they won't go see a particular film in theatres because of the crowds. People shouting at the screen or making loud remarks is just the worst. That stuff luckily does not happen out here at all.

@alex Fuck YEAH for saying Jackie Brown is the best Tarantino film. Still think it's his best work. What a beautiful and surprisingly heartfelt story. He's at his best when he manages to restrain himself.

Django is a great film too. That soundtrack, that Franco Nero. So much style in those Corbucci films.

@alex Franco Nero played the Italian mandingo owner Foxx speaks to about how to pronounce Django.

Posted by mushroommachine

@desolatehero: Take a close look at the url in your address bar

And then maybe have a drink and lighten up a bit.

Edited by civid

@Rorie Wait, you don't know Bird with a crystal plumage? It's early Dario Argento, it's allright apperantly it was one of the first giallo-flicks so there you go :)

Edited by iAmJohn

@desolatehero: Considering you have to be a subscriber to be able to listen to the podcast, I don't think they're so worried about people on iTunes not getting the title, nor should they be, honestly.

And now I'm replying to posts that don't exist anymore so don't I look cool.

Posted by abacus

Disagree on Sharknado. I found it pretty damn entertaining. (with the exception of Tara Reid)

Posted by Yummylee

I frankly thought Paranormal Activity 3 was incredibly boring, despite loving the first two. Though I'm still not entirely sure if that's a clear sign that I'm simply done with found-footage horror movies (I didn't care for V/H/S either for what it's worth), or if Paranormal Activity 3 was just kinda bleh... Could be a mix of both.

Posted by Fistfulofmetal

Rooney Mara is great. I wanna see every movie she's in.

Posted by LackingSaint

If you don't think Jackie Brown is the best Tarantino film you are entirely made of Wrong Particles.

If it makes you feel better, I think it's the 5th best Tarantino film.

Edited by Rorie

@civid: No, I'm not really up on my gaillo, unfortunately. Heard a lot about the genre but never really dug into it.

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@rorie said:

@civid: No, I'm not really up on my gaillo, unfortunately. Heard a lot about the genre but never really dug into it.

How about Italian exploitation cinema in general? Would love to hear your opinion on Lucio Fulci, Bruno Mattei, Caligula or just the "genre" in general :) Also @alex if you dug Django, the movie Inglorious Basterds is "based on" (they're only similar in name) is A LOT of fun. Think A Dirty Dozen but more naked nazi chicks and trains :D

Posted by I_Stay_Puft

@rorie: Rorie wonder if you've seen Mud yet? Kinda of been enjoying the direction McConaughey has taken with his film choices. He's done some wide arrays of roles that reminds me the stuff Christian Bale has been doing.

Posted by bkbroiler

I haven't seen Jackie Brown in like 10 years, but man, I didn't like that movie very much. I don't really care much for more Tarantino movies, though I do generally appreciate them. I think Django might be my favorite, that movie is just pure entertainment.

Posted by Nev

Jackie Brown is also my favorite Tarantino film. Right on, Alex.

Great podcast, as always.

Posted by Rorie

@rorie: Rorie wonder if you've seen Mud yet? Kinda of been enjoying the direction McConaughey has taken with his film choices. He's done some wide arrays of roles that reminds me the stuff Christian Bale has been doing.

I haven't seen that yet but I hear amazing things about it! Thanks for the reminder; I'll plug it in the top of my Netflix queue.

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Posted by Rorie

@rorie: Rorie wonder if you've seen Mud yet? Kinda of been enjoying the direction McConaughey has taken with his film choices. He's done some wide arrays of roles that reminds me the stuff Christian Bale has been doing.

I haven't seen that yet but I hear amazing things about it! Thanks for the reminder; I'll plug it in the top of my Netflix queue.

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Posted by Nights

I just watched Side Effects, I'll check this out.

Posted by Cold_Wolven

I guess I'm one of the few that liked the Total Recall remake...sigh.

Posted by GaspoweR

OOOOOOH ROONEY MARA! WILL CLICK! :D :D :D

Posted by Rorie

I guess I'm one of the few that liked the Total Recall remake...sigh.

You know, it wasn't a terrible movie, but the offenses against the laws of physics were so nasty that it really spoiled me on the entire thing.

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Posted by CharAznable

Is Emma Stone discussed at any point?

Posted by csl316

Nice to see, as always.

What should Rorie's radioman handle be? We got The Wolf, Scoops, The Rap-Man.

The Pupmaster? The EmmaStoner?

Posted by mrangryface

LET ME IN IS NOT BETTER COME ON RORIE CAT SCENE! CAT SCENE!!!!!!!! :*(

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@rorie said:

@cold_wolven said:

I guess I'm one of the few that liked the Total Recall remake...sigh.

You know, it wasn't a terrible movie, but the offenses against the laws of physics were so nasty that it really spoiled me on the entire thing.

That's how I feel about Prometheus. That movie's physics offenses were much worse.

Edited by Cynically_Happy

Jackie Brown talk?! Can't wait!

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Posted by AlKusanagi

It's a movie dead zone right now. I'm kind of looking forward to Carrie, and the Marvel Zombie in me will definitely be at Thor, but there really isn't anything else I can't just wait to watch at home.

Posted by OneKillWonder_

Shame you guys didn't see Riddick. It's really quite good. Then again, I'm a huge fan of the character and series, but it is totally more than just Riddick on a manhunt for mercs, though that is a large part of the film and has some excellent scenes. It follows kind of an unconventional structure which makes it a bit refreshing. It has a few astoundingly dumb scenes and some truly rotten dialogue, but it's very entertaining and manages to do quite a bit with its budget.

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Posted by Hunter5024

I thought both of the main characters in Jackie Brown were pretty boring.

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