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    Archives > Movie Moan - Bastards on Basterds

    A podcast 15 years in the making. Not really, but Jamie's been waiting that long for the two films thoroughly discussed on this week's edition of Movie Moan here at Think McFly Think.

    Along with Phil, Ed and Lou, they review Quentin Tarantino's long-awaited WWII epic Inglorious Basterds. Jamie thinks it's Tarantino's honest-to-Christ masterpiece while the others "only" thought it was really, really good. Lines are drawn, words are said and nothing will ever be the same for our heroes.

    Oh, and that "other" long-anticipated film discussed is James Cameron's Avatar. You good folks might have heard of the film. It's only been speculated about forever on the Internet. Phil was lucky enough to attend an IMAX screening on "Avatar Day" and gives his thoughts on the 15 minutes of 3-D footage presented in addition to everyone's reaction to the theatrical trailer.

    In addition, the guys discuss a hypothetical Aquaman movie (brought up by an article from TMT's own Michael Martinez), an X-Files reboot in the works, the ultimate chick-flick, the Wolfman trailer and Bryan Singer's obsession with remaking films from his childhood. We also learn the shocking revelation that Phil's favorite actor is James Woods (!?!) and Jamie's undying man-love for Sean Connery. Thank God Ed and Lou are normal.

    And what would any discussion with Phil and Jamie be without Superman being brought up. The Felix & Oscar of podcasts briefly chat up the possibly of James McTeigue directing the next film and a series of Japanese car commercials featuring Chuck actor (and former Supes candidate) Matthew Bomer donning the red-and-blue suit.

    Movie Moan - Bastards on Basterds

    08-23-2009 | Registered CommenterJamie Williams

    In Inglourious Basterds the girl explains that her aunt left the theater for her.

    PS: Pulp Fiction is his masterpiece it can't be touched my second favorite is Kill Bill.

    12-22-2009 | Unregistered CommenterA2theH