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45 – The Curious Incident Of A True Crime Podcast In The Nighttime

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Plus Foreign Comedies That Are Still Funny

This week, Katey, Patches, Da7e, Joanna and David discuss The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, a book about autism that Patches recently saw adapted into a Broadway play, then the gang each has a pick of a foreign language film that didn’t lose it’s comedy in the culture transition and finally the group wraps up discussing depicting true crime for entertainment by way of the Serial podcast from This American Life‘s Sarah Koening.

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FORMAT

00:00 – Lightning Round: Sleepover Movies

01:13 –   Intro: Welcome To Episode 45! REVIEW! 

2:49 – Patches’s Tidbit: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime on Broadway

14:50 – Mini-Segment: Good Foreign Comedies

22:13 – Segment 3 - Serial and True Crime

41:30:  Outro

 

This week’s music:

“1977″ by Ana Tijoux

“Serial Thrilla ” by Prodigy

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REVIEW: Various Amounts of Fury Surrounding Fury

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This week, David, Patches, and Katey strap into a Sherman tank to take on Fury, the latest from End of Watch director David Ayer. Starring Brad Pitt, Logan Lerman, and Shia The Beef, Fury is a muscle-laden WWII movie with action and broship on its mind. Does it storm into battle or peter out before engagement? Find that out and hear recommendations on the 10,000 other movies coming out this Friday on this week’s 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).

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This week’s music:

“Stalin Wasn’t Stallin’” by Robert Wyatt
“Ecstasy of Gold” by Ennio Morricone (arranged by Gustavo Santaolalla)
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44 – The NSA Will Love This Podcast About WWII Movies

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Animation 2014: Such A Good Year?

This week, Katey, Patches, Joanna and David delve into a conversation about NYFF’s documentary that’s all the buzz: Laura Poitras’ CITIZENFOUR. After everyone sinks their teeth in, David wants to talk about how good 2014 has been for animation since he saw The Book of Life. Finally in honor of Fury and Friday’s upcoming Review Episode of FITWR, the gang discusses World War II cinema. That plus a Lightning Round question about theater movies.

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

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FORMAT

00:00 – 00:52: Lightning Round: Movies about Theater

00:52  - 03:04:   Intro: Welcome To Episode 44! REVIEW(S)! 

03:04 – 17:10:  David’s Tidbit: CITIZENFOUR

17:10 – 24:49 – Mini-Segment: Animation 2014

24:49 – 47:58 – Segment 3 - WWII Cinema Showdown

47:58:  Outro

 

This week’s music:

“Kill the Power” by Snowden

“World War II Run Cadence ” by U.S. Special Forces

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Review: St. Vincent and Whiplash

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DRUMS!

This week, Katey, Patches, and David rush and drag and rush and drag to find the right beat to drum for Whiplash, the Miles-led musical drama that wowed at festivals and finally hits theaters this week. Before they bang it out, Katey and Patches yell some drunken, Brooklyn-style profanity at St. Vincent, the latest Bill Murray dramedy. Where does this one go so horribly wrong? That and your answers to this week’s lightning round questions about aging actors’ last hurrahs on this week’s FITWR review.

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This week’s music:

“Further On” by Bronze Radio Return
“Upswingin’” by Tim Simonec
“Whiplash” by Hank Levy
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