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REVIEW – The Interview – because America.

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With Returning Guest Jordan Hoffman!

This week, Katey, Patches, David, and The Guardian’s Jordan Hoffman defy North Korea and the bigwigs at Sony by reviewing The Interview, a movie that will never see the light of day. Drowned in controversy over its depiction of Kim Jong-un, Sony buried the latest from Seth Rogen and This Is the End co-director Evan Goldberg after hacker terrorists threatened to attack theaters showing the picture. Which is too bad… because the movie is pretty damn funny. Hoping that one day, listeners will be able to this lowbrow-highbrow gem, the FITWR crew decided a review was still in order. A brief mention of Sony truly offensive holiday offering, Annie, and answers to this week’s lightning round question rounds out this week’s review episode.

Take a listen, embed and/or download below; for more from all of us on Twitter: follow Jordan Hoffman (@jhoffman), the show (@FITWR), Katey (@kateyrich), Patches (@misterpatches) and David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner).

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This week’s music:

“Firework” by Katy Perry
“Tomorrow” by Quvenzhané Wallis
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Thought Bubble #6 – Mid-Season TV Finales and Spider-Man/Marvel Deal

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Your Comics Questions Answered!

A new podcast about Comics Pop Culture!

Hello FITWR listeners, Republic City Dispatch fantatics and Storm of Spoilers/Cast of Kings fantasy nerds, we’re back!

New comics enthusiast Joanna Robinson of Vanity Fair’s Hollywood and The Station Agents podcast is joined by a guy who has Sony news that comes from un-hacked material,  Da7e Gonzales of Latino-Review.com and Forbes.com, to answer YOUR comic book questions.

The podcast has TWO SECTIONS: “General” and “Advanced.” The first “General” section is for EVERYONE and won’t spoil anything that hasn’t happened on screen in a movie yet nor will Da7e be allowed to explain multiple arcs that might become spoilers.

No matter your level of engagement, if your interested in comic books and their surrounding pop culture, this show’s for you!

SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS for the next episode here in the comments, or e-mail us at [email protected]

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Episode Links:

“My Enemy (Versus Re-Edit)” by Hans Zimmer

Did Lockjaw Talk? (Website)

Wikipedia: Reverse Flash

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52 – It’s About Ethics In Entertainment Journalism

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Plus 2014 TV in Review!

This week, Katey, Patches and Da7e are down a guy named David and push on to bring YOU a discussion on how 2014 changed Television as we know it. Da7e has another round of trivia prepared called “Cinematic Consumerism” focusing on products in film, then the trio delve into a discussion of this month’s GOP hacks on Sony Pictures Entertainment and the ramifications thereof.*

*This was recorded before the terrorist threats. Audio disclaimer included in episode.

Take a listen, embed and/or download below; for more from all of us on Twitter: follow the show (@FITWR), Katey (@KateyRich),  Patches (@misterpatches), Da7e (@da7e) and David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner).

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FORMAT

00:00 – Lightning Round: Crappy Kids Songs!

00:43 –   Intro: Welcome To Episode 52! REVIEW!

3:39 – Da7e’s Tidbit: Television 2014

14:56 – Mini-Segment: TRIVIA! Cinematic Consumerism

21:49 – Segment 3 - The Sony Hack

44:33:  Outro

 

This week’s music:

Jingle All The Way Trailer

“Close Your Eyes (And Count To F*ck)” by Run the Jewels

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REVIEW – Wild

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Plus Top Five!

This week, Katey and Patches embark on a spirit journey to reach higher understanding of Wild, the latest film from Dallas Buyers Club director Jean-Marc Vallée. Starring Reese Witherspoon as memoirist Cheryl Strayed, whose real hike across the Pacific Crest Trail is chronicled in an Oscar-friendly new biopic. Is the movie worth the trek or does it trip up along the way? That and thoughts on Chris Rock’s Top Five on this week’s FITWR review episode.

Take a listen, embed and/or download below; for more from all of us on Twitter: follow the show (@FITWR), Katey (@kateyrich), Patches (@misterpatches) and David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner).

Please subscribe on iTunes and KICK US A REVIEW if you like what you hear! We read new reviews on the show!

This week’s music:

“Red River Valley” by Woody Guthrie
“El Condor Pasa” by Simon & Garfunkel
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