23- Suicide Squad Prevention Hotline

This week we’ve doubled the special guests number, as Jamie is the only host left! We’re honored to have Joel Crabtree return, and this time he brought his brother, Tony Crabtree, as well!

 

We talk the sad future of the DC Entertainment Universe, wonder if Vincent Cassel plays an American in Jason Bourne, and mention Joe Begos a bunch.

 

Tony– The Mind’s Eye (Starts at 00:00)

Joel– Jason Bourne (9:10)

Jamie– Suicide Squad (22:06)

Naturally SPOILERS for each film ahead!

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 (either way).

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Do you have questions, suggested movies, or topics for us to discuss? E-mail us at  NotQuitePod@gmail.com

Visit Jamie’s blog at GuyOnAWire. And see how high my hopes were for Suicide Squad.

And visit John’s new blog (!!) at They Called Him Red.

Check out Joel and his wife Hailey’s photography work at HaileyandJoel.com and his work at the Bangor Daily News.

See Tony… On the streets!

And finally, see what Jamie looks like (hint: not so good) at his other project: We Need Movies.


-Jamie (@GuyOnAWire)

Suicide Squad is Now the “Angst Army”

UPDATE 4/11/16– Director David Ayer addresses reshoot rumors.
Original Story Below— 
People were worried what the success of Deadpool and its R rating would bring to the superhero genre (me included). The fear that every film would be reactionary to said success worried fans and filmmakers alike. But one thing that no one ever expected what the negative backlash from Batman V. Superman would bring (not even Ben Affleck).
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Sad-fleck as Emo Batman
My friend August will undoubtedly hate this, but I myself am at a standstill. While I think that the overtly serious tone of BVS muddied the characters and the sheer entertainment behind such a clash, the fact they have to lighten this film up due to the more fun feeling of the trailer worries me more, and for multiple reasons.

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