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 are joined by Christopher Campbell from Movies.com to talk about movies as a reaction to the War on Terror. Then we review the newest in the seminal modern spy series, The Bourne Legacy. To end we take a look at the films coming to theaters and DVD in the coming week, which include Jaws, The Raid: Redemption, and ParaNorman. Then we give you our random recommendations of things we watched on our own this week.
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00:00 – 16:03 – Introductions and discussion of movies dealing with the War on Terror.
16:03 – 30:30 – Feature Review of The Bourne Legacy
30:30 – 46:46 – Spoilers for The Bourne Legacy
46:46 – 58:19 – Picks for Next Week and Closing Remarks
Opening music comes courtesy of Joy Division. Clip from the trailer for The Bourne Legacy courtesy of Universal Pictures.
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