Spielberg’s Best! -We Need Movies Ep. 9

Today it’s all about Steven Spielberg’s best and brightest films (and the movie news of the week).

What’s your favorite Spielberg film? Comment either here on WordPress or Youtube with your review of our show!

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Jamie sure does speak with his hands a lot…

This episode covers the week of June 29th-July 4th, 2016.

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-Jamie (@GuyOnAWire)

Click here more information on the series mentioned within this episode, #52Pick-Up.


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4- Are Character Arcs Important?

In episode four, John, August, and Jamie have our most articulate and heated episode ever! August even tries to start a feud!

Today we discuss these topics in depth:

John- Do we really need character arcs?

Jamie- Long-gestating Sequels

August- Writer/Director Denis Villeneuve

Listen to it here.

Each odd-numbered episode we talk specific films, and each even-numbered episode we discuss topics regarding Hollywood and the things we’re passionate about (both positive or negative).

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-Jamie (@GuyOnAWire)

“Independence Day: Resurgence” Hits All of My Interests

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****UPDATE 4/22/16– TRAILER #2****

 

Growing up I had been an immense fan of the movie Independence Day. The scale of the attack, the large talented cast, and the seamless blending of both types of special effects: CGI and Practical– All of this was what made this film so special (and lucrative), and what launched Roland Emmerich‘s career of blockbuster disaster movies. Whether that’s a good thing or not… I’ll let you decide.

So when I sat down to finally watch the trailer for the oft-delayed sequel Independence Day: Resurgence, I was taken back to my childhood. What I didn’t expect however, was the lore that they’ve constructed around the first movie.Read More »