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Monday
Jul 27 2015

Podcast: Ant-Man and Southpaw

We're spoiling you withtwopodcasts this week.Yesterday we talked 1995 (to tease the Smackdown).Now,conversations about Marvel's Phase Two enderAnt-Manwith Paul Rudd,Evangeline Lily,Michael Douglas,and Michael Peña,and the new boxing dramaSouthpawstarring Jake Gyllenhaal and Rachel McAdams.

Contents (43 minutes)
00:01 Marvel'sAnt-Man
27:55 Antoine Fuqua'sSouthpaw
40:00 Coming Attractions:Mistress America&The Finest Hours


You can listen to the podcast here at the bottom of the post ordownload from iTunes.Continue the conversation!

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Do I need to watch these movies before I listen to the podcast??I really didnt want to watch either of the two but they were worthy enough to get their own podcast,so...

July 28,2015 | Unregistered CommenterBVR

@BVR: To me they're both on the bubble of To See or Not to See.I doubt you'd be sorry within your already-guarded expectations.They are both resolutely fine-ish.Flaws and limits of both i found easy enough to indulge even if I didn't find anything to really warm to,either.In a different season,I doubt they'd headline a podcast.But Nathaniel likes Southpaw better than I do and Joe liked Ant-Man,so I'm just speaking for myself.

July 28,2015 | Unregistered CommenterNick Davis

Was it this podcast that you discussed movies with big star casts just for the sake of it?I listened to both this and the 1995 one yesterday and can't remember which one you discussed it in.

Anyway,I brought it up because CONTAGION just came on the TV and isn't that just the case?I remember when INSOMNIA came out and people made a big deal out of it having three Oscar winners and now movies routinely have five,six,seven,ten,Oscar winners/nominees plus other big stars.

July 29,2015 | Unregistered CommenterGlenn Dunks

Glenn-- i can't remember which we discussed it in either because we recorded these two podcasts back to back.:) but yeah,this is a pet peeve of mine that's way underdiscussed.It makes all movies feel like they come from the safe factory,without even the multiple factories that made that feel more home-team inviting (like studio-era hollywood).I just don't get it.It seems like uneccessary budget trauma for movies because once you've got a couple of big names,twice as many aren't going to convince twice as many people to see it.and you have to pay for each one of them.

July 29,2015 | Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R

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