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On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review three new films. First we look at Mad Max: Fury Road with Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron. Then we'll review Pitch Perfect 2 with Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, and Brittany Snow. Finally we review I'll See You In My Dreams with Blythe Danner.
It may not be well, you know, perfect, but this harmonious sequel still sings.
This week saw opening of two movies both sequels in one way or another one rated R the other Pg-13. One powered by an endless promotion machine the other moderate promtions and dual cycle T.V. and internet spot.
this weekend Mad Max was beaten out by Pitch Perfect 2 and we'll discuss the reason behind that.
but first we'll break down Kia's beloved supergirl and how it's being handled by CBS. (there might just be a few F-bombs in this episode.)
Stephen McCarthy of The McCarthy Project will be dicussing current events around race relations and the media.
Secondly, how the power of assumption can be eliminated by actually talking to people and hearing their thoughts, rather than assuming you know based on a text or a tv show.
Stephen was joined by Kelley Jakle of Pitch Perfect and more recently, the movie. "42: The Jackie Robinson Story" She talked about being the grand-daughter of Branch Rickey and much more.
For more information on The McCarthy Project, visit our website.
It’s a rare day when a movie comes to F4F Radio’s attention. Of course there was “The Devil Wears Prada”, which we discussed in 2009. But generally speaking, a hit Hollywood movie – a couple hours and it’s done - can’t generate the same level of enthusiasm and the same number of devotees as a hit TV series – creating hours and hours of new material over a period of several years. Tonight, however, we’ll be visiting the world of the movie “Pitch Perfect”, which has already generated hundreds of fanfics since its release in the fall of 2012. Sort of a mix of “Glee” and “Bring It On”, PP tells the story of Beca (Anna Kendrick), a reluctant college freshman who is drafted by an all-female acapella group and becomes the unlikely key to their tournament success. The person doing said drafting is senior Chloe (Brittany Snow) and, well, let’s just say it involved no clothing whatsoever. The chemistry between Beca and Chloe is what caught the attention of fans all over the country, some of whom happened to be fanfic writers – and we’ll be interviewing two tonight. Our guests will be first-timer Novel Concept, who wrote stories like “Storytellers and Legends” and “The Harmony That Kept Me Sound”, and the returning GilliganKane, author of “Your Body is a Wonderland” and “Song Beneath the Song”. Joining me as cohost will be former guest Misty Flores, and together we’ll discuss Beca and Chloe, not to mention Aubrey (Anna Camp), Fat Amy (Rebel Wilson) and the other ladies of the Barden Bellas who occasionally catch our fancies.
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review Looper, Pitch Perfect, Hotel Transylvania, and Won't Back Down.
Great minds don't always think alike - Steve and Scott are prime examples of this!
Upcoming contests and movies!
NHL Playoffs - well, maybe not
WWE Pay Per View Predictions from David
A little bit of this and a little bit of that!
Tonight we'll discuss "Ban the Box" (states are looking at passes a bill to remove criminal history from job apps), dating while transgender, Affluenza (the affluent getting lighter sentences for the same crimes others commit), the Boston Bomber receiving the death penalty, and more.
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This week I am planning for my long drive from Florida to New Jersey so it's a talk about anything extravaganza. The Boston Bomber, James Bond and Pitch Perfect 2 are some of the places we're going this week. Then the hilarity and the drama of the NBA lottery and how Elian Gonzalez cockblocked me in 1999. Yeah, I hold a grude. HEY NOW!!
I'm starting to feel repetative but I must say it's yet ANOTHER big week on PDC Live!!! as we welcome writer/director Stephen Chbosky to talk about his new movie The Perks of Being a Wallflower. A great little movie that's getting talked about quite a bit thanks to Emma Watson who delivers an amazing performance in her first turn out of Hogwarts. From there we are packed wall to wall with reviews of PDC favorite, Rian Johnson's new flick Looper, the movie I keep getting mixed up with the Kevin James MMA movie but is actually about teacher's Won't Back Down, the lovely Anna Kendrick's new film Pitch Perfect and much, much more.