James Franco in Rumspringa Breakers
This week David Ehrlich, Matt Patches, and Jordan Raup of TheFilmStage.com play themselves in a review of Seth Rogen’s directorial debut This Is the End. Rogen alongside James Franco, Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Craig Robinson, Danny McBride, and Emma Watson in the apocalyptic comedy, but does the meta-approach work wonders or signal the end of the Apatow era?
WOW — insane. The most in-depth, fake Linkedin profile for James Franco you will ever see. Obviously expansive.
Operation Kino 104 Review: Oz The Great And Powerful Both Dazzles And Disappoints
If you hated Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland the way we did, you might be cringing at the sight of another brightly colored fantasy world, filled with recognizable stars and action and everything perfectly calibrated to appeal to as many people as possible. But Oz The Great and Powerful is directed by the likable Sam Raimi, and stars the very likable Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis and Rachel Weisz (plus James Franco, who’s also there somehow). Can it succeed where Burton’s Alice failed? Find out our take, as Katey and Patches discuss the giant movie along with special guest Jordan Hoffman. Plus, brief hits on Dead Man Down, On Golden Pond and The Jackal.
To listen to Tuesday’s main episode (aka pure madness), click here.
Took me a 2nd viewing of the OZ trailer to catch this terrible/awesome pun.
Another write-up from Toronto: 'Spring Breakers' Marks the End of Selena Gomez's Innocent Era