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42 – Backlash and Trash

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Emma Watson’s UN Speech, The Boxtrolls and “Airport Books”

This week, Katey returns to find Da7e, Patches, Joanna and David still chillin, talking about things like Ello that she’ll never understand. Instead, the group all dives into Emma Watson’s speech about Feminism at the UN and the reaction to it, then they wonder if Laika’s The Boxtrolls is the cure to franchise fatigue. Finally, everyone anticipates Gone Girl from David Fincher and talk about adapting popular/airport/trash novels into movies while David Ehrlich tries to define the word “trash” for himself.

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FORMAT

00:00 – 01:14: Lightning Round: Sudden Sexuality

01:14  - 03:12:   Intro: Welcome To Episode 42! REVIEW! 

03:12 – 13:31:  Joanna’s Tidbit: Emma Watson on Feminism

13:31 – 22:52 – Mini-Segment: Boxtrolls Save Us!

22:52 – 42:48 – Segment 3 - Fincher and Trash Novel Movies

42:48 – 45:27  Outro

 

This week’s music:

“Little Boxes” by Kinky

“Still Gone ” by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross

“Little Boxes” by Goat 

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Review: Boxtrolls / The Equalizer

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One of these hosts was raised by trolls, and it’s exactly whom you expect.

This week, David and Patches outfit themselves in the latest cardboard fashion and come up from their troll lair to review the latest from Laika animation, The Boxtrolls. And because they can’t help themselves, they touch on The Equalizer, an absolute miss from Antoine Fuqua and star Denzel Washington.

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This week’s music:

“The Boxtrolls Song” by Mark Orton, Loch Lomond, Sean Patrick Doyle
“Little Boxes” by Loch Lomond
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41 – Dr. Deadpool

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And Da7e Liked The Good Lie

This week, Da7e, Patches, Joanna and David dig into what it means that Fox has decided to give Ryan Reynolds another shot at being a superhero and the internet comic fans what they want with a Deadpool movie in 2016. What does this have to do with superhero movies if anything? And while Joanna still sits in for Katey, Da7e wants to grill her on her feelings about the new 8th season of Dr. Who, maybe just so he can also talk about it. That and Da7e liked The Good Lie the sort-of-Reese Witherspoon movie about The Lost Boys of the Sudan.

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FORMAT

00:00 – 00:52: Lightning Round: Animated/Puppet Society

00:52  - 02:03:   Intro: Welcome To Episode 41! REVIEW! 

02:03 – 15:50:  Da7e’s Tidbit: There’s a New Dr. Who

15:50 – 23:37 – Mini-Segment: The Good Lie

23:37 – 37:39 – Segment 3 - Deadpool wins.

37:39 – 40:29  Outro

 

This week’s music:

“Lies” by The Black Keys

“Deadpool Rap ” by Teamheadkick 

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Review – This Is Where I Leave You/The Maze Runner

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David and Patches from The Glade

This week, David and Patches walk the puzzling pathways week’s wide releases, navigating through Shawn Levy’s Hollywoodized indie This Is Where I Leave You and the latest dysoptian YA adaptation, The Maze Runner. Does the September slump continue or is the upswing in full effect. That and answers to this week’s lightning round question on movies that took a few tries to digest, on this week’s review ep.

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This week’s music:

“I’m Gonna Leave You” by Nina Simone
“Walk It Out” by Unk
“The Maze” by Gustavo Santaolalla
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