OTB Movie Podcast 2: Revenge Of The Critics

otbradio210The first one was a hit, so here comes the inevitable sequel. That’s right folks, prepare for OTB Movie Podcast 2: Revenge Of The Critics.

We’re missing Jamie this week, so it’s just our resident critics Emily Moulder and Jez Sands here to dish the dirt on this week’s news stories and this week’s new cinema releases.

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00.16 – Back To Future gets a cinematic re-release. Celebration of the fact that it’s re-release not a remake.
00.54 – Emily shocks the world by revealing she doesn’t like Back To The Future. Jez assures her that movie critic hell awaits her.
01.29 – Emily’s dislike of time travel in cinema. Jez’s love of Terminator and Terminator 2 but distaste for Terminators 3 and 4.
03.00 – Jez’s anger at the Karate Kid remake.
03.30 – Will Smith’s future cinematic crimes.
04.05 – Why remaking a film you love is bad idea.
10.25 – Timur Bekmambetov’s upcoming projects – 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, Wanted 2, Moby Dick
12.50 – Disdain for Wanted.
13.40 – If The Goonies gets remade, someone will pay.
14.02 – First look at The Tempest with Helen Mirren as Prospera. Good adaptations of the Bard’s work – 10 Things I Hate About You, Romeo & Juliet.
17.03 – Helen Mirren in Red – rawr.
17.30 – Emily ruins Jez’s Helen Mirren fantasies.


18.50 – Tinkerbell And The Great Fairy Rescue
19.26 – The UK’s love of fairies and Peter Pan
20.12 – Finding Neverland. Johnny Depp – a modern day Bathory.

23.10 – The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
28.18 – Jez’s distaste for Nicholas Cage
29.20 – If it’s a choice between magic and love, love can stick it.

30.36 – Slim pickings for summer blockbusters. Toy Story 3 – best film of the summer. Inception, The A-Team, The Expendables, Salt, Scott Pilgrim.

31.47 – The Last Airbender
35.39 – The anti-genius of M Night Shyamalan.
36.55 – Unintentional puerile hilarity at the word “Bender”.
40.15 – What if Hayao Miyazaki had directed an animated version?
42.50 – The demise of M Night Shyamalan – The Happening.

44.20 – Timur Bekmambetov’s Moby Dick. Moby Dick as a superhero movie.
45.20 – Making a movie out of anything – Lego, Viewfinder. Inanimate objects in movies – Hayden Christiansen, Orlando Bloom, Mark Wahlberg, Keanu Reeves. Jez’s apparent resemblance to Keanu Reeves as Ted.