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TUESDAYS – Fighting In The War Room: A Film and Pop Culture Discussion Podcast
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REVIEW – Serena

Serena with Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence

And some Get Hard

This week Katey and Patches journey to the wild mountains of western North Carolina in search of timber fortunes, beautiful 1930s hairdos, and a falcon that lands on your wrist. Can they solve the mystery of how a movie starring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper went straight to VOD? Find out as they review Susanne Bier’s Serena, try and fail to avoid talking about Get Hard, and choose your answers to our lightning round question about comedies that deal with race or class.

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64 – Physical Media March Madness Goosebumps

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What do you keep and what goes to the loser’s bracket?

This week, Katey, Patches, Da7e and David are reunited to talk about…Scholastic’s Goosebumps Bracket, rating the original RL Stine books. Da7e’s read most of them, but is wondering who this Tumblr poll is for. Then, Katey shames the guys for not following through with Empire. Finally, a disaster leaves Da7e without power and pondering his previous commitment to digital media. Can Patches talk him down?

Follow the show (@FITWR), Katey (@kateyrich)  Patches (@misterpatches), Da7e (@da7e) and David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner).

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FORMAT

00:00 – Lightning Round: Race/Class Comedy

01:24 –   Intro: Welcome To Episode 64! Review! 

3:38 –  Tidbit: Goosebumps Bracket 

17:27 – Mini Segment: EMPIRE was really good.

23:59 –  Segment 3: Revenge of Physical Media

45:44 – Outro

 

Review – Gunman and Insurgent

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No Glass Can Stop Us

This week, Katey and Patches shatter reality by entering a world where bullfighting is still legal in Barcelona. It’s a review double feature, a little Gunman here, a little Insurgent there. That, and answers to this week’s lighting round on glass-breaking spectacle, on this week’s FITWR review episode.

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63 – The St. Patrick’s March Madness Jinx

Robert Durst

What would a Garry Marshall St Patrick’s Day movie look like?

This week, Katey, Patches, Da7e are down a David. Patches is inspired by his job’s TV Reboot Tournament and wants to know what TV shows we’d reboot (Da7e has the best answer), then all three hosts group-pitch their version of a Garry Marshall St. Patrick’s Day based on a tweet from absent Ehrlich. Finally, HBO’s The Jinx ended in grand fashion and it’s time to debate how much reality you’re allowed to distort in search of the Ecstatic Truth.

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FORMAT

00:00 – Lightning Round: Breaking Glass

01:10 –   Intro: Welcome To Episode 63! Review! 

3:18-  Tidbit: What TV Show Would YOU Reboot? 

15:15 – Mini Segment: Garry Marshall’s St Patrick’s Day

21:15 –  Segment 3: HBO’s The Jinx

42:08 – Outro