Welcome to the latest episode of our official podcast, The Film Stage Show. This week staff writer Danny King, associate editor Nick Newman, and I begin by taking a look at the second features of some prominent directors. Then, we dive into the second feature by In Bruges director Martin McDonough, Seven Psychopaths. To end we take discuss the films coming to theaters and DVD in the coming week, which include I, Robot, Take This Waltz, and Cloud Atlas. Then we give you our random recommendations of things we watched on our own this week, and our terrible impressions of Christopher Walken.
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00:00 - 17:06 – Introductions and discussion of “the sophomore slump”
17:06 – 27:25 – Feature Review of Seven Psychopaths
27:25 – 41:14 – Spoilers for Seven Psychopaths
41:14 – 1:00:54 – Picks for Next Week, Closing Remarks, Christopher Walken Impressions and Outtakes
Opening music comes courtesy of Joy Division.
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