Archive for November 2018

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On the November 30, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest TV and film news, including Star Wars, Chris Evans, Mary Poppins Returns, Daredevil, Disney+, Scars on Film Villains, MPAA trouble.

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Opening Banter: Peter was out yesterday due to power outages in southern California, which apparently has no real infrastructure against rain.

 

In The News:

 

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On the November 29, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film senior writer Ben Pearson is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall and writer Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest TV and film news, including a Blue Beetle movie, Dear Evan Hansen, Console Wars, the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, and A24. And in a new segment of Advice Corner with Chris Evangelista he will answer a question about lying to your friends.

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In The News:

 

In Advice Corner with Chris Evangelista:

  • The Advice Corner theme song was created by Love you Wally.
  • Name Withheld writes in “I am a big fan of the show, I listen every day, and I have a question for Chris’ Advice Corner! There is a big movie coming out soon that I have been looking forward to for, literally, years. But things are financially tight for me so when tickets went on pre-sale, I did not get them immediately. My friends felt bad for me, knowing how much I want to see the movie, so they bought 2 tickets for me. A very kind gesture which I was touched by.    BUT! Unfortunately, they bought me 2 tickets for a showing at a nearby theater, the only theater in my area that DOES NOT HAVE PRE-ARRANGED SEATS. Ever since theaters started this practice, I will not go to a theater that doesn’t. Waiting in line for who knows how long just to get a good seat now seems like the Dark Ages to me. So the theater they picked is one I would normally never patronize. Just the thought now of having to get there extra early fills me with anxiety. I have no idea how popular this movie might be, so it all might be ok. Or I might end up sitting in the front row, or off to the side, etc., or maybe not even able to sit with the person I'm going with, in case there aren't 2 seats in a row.    I realize that if I don’t go to this screening and not tell my friends, then I am wasting their money. If I tell them I'm not going and make sure they ask for a refund of their money, then I might insult them and of course I don’t want to do that. Or do I just suck it up and go. What should I do? Help me Obi-Wan Evangalista, you’re my only hope!    Thanks, Name Withheld City Withheld But I Am A Real Person”

 

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On the November 28, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest tv and film news, including Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Cowboy Bebop, Handmaid’s Tale, Sylvester Stallone, Candyman, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, YouTube and Ralph Breaks The Internet.

 

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Opening Banter:

 

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On the November 27, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest tv and film news, including the deaths of Ricky Jay, Bernardo Bertucci and Stephen Hillenburg, Back to the Future, Aquaman, Roald Dahl, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Gotham Awards, Lion King.

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Opening Banter: We haven’t done a news episode in a week.

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On the November 26, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to about what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler.

 

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Opening Banter: This is the first back to back watercooler episode in /Film Daily history.

 

At The Water Cooler:

  • What we’ve been Doing:
    • Peter bought Kitra a fancy Breville Barista Express espresso machine for her birthday and they spent a day trying to figure that out.
    • Jacob did a whole bunch of driving for multiple Thanksgiving engagements and visited the terrific Madness Comics and Games outside of Dallas.
    • Brad spent Thanksgiving away from his family for the first time ever and didn’t have turkey for Thanksgiving, dog sat a French Bulldog, went Black Friday shopping, found a cool Snitch ornament at Walmart.
    • Ben celebrated the first annual Vince Guaral-Day, took his sister to The Last Bookstore, and finally stepped into the future with Amazon Prime (and Amazon Fresh)
    • Hoai-Tran was surrounded by babies and dogs at her family Thanksgiving, and helped host her cousin’s baby shower. Also went to her cousin’s NY restaurant Di An Di, which is currently leading the Eater NYC Restaurant of the Year poll.
  • What we’ve been Watching:
    • Peter saw Creed II and Widows, and can finally share his quick reaction to  Aquaman.
    • Chris watched the Jim Carrey version of The Grinch, the entire expanded edition of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, started watching NYPD Blue on Hulu, and watched the Mac and Me episode of the new Mystery Science Theater 3000.
    • Ben rewatched Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
    • Brad saw Creed II, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, and Can You Ever Forgive Me?. Also watched an episode of The Final Table on Netflix.
    • Jacob watched Thor: Ragnarok, the only movie in existence to appeal to an entire Thanksgiving gathering. He also sampled Netflix’s The Final Table.
    • Hoai-Tran saw At Eternity’s Gate, the first episode of My Brilliant Friend, and watched The Princess Switch twice.
  • What we’ve been Reading:
    • Jacob dipped his toe back into Transmetropolitan.
  • What we’ve been Eating:
    • Peter ate a bunch of bad food while off his diet. At Friendsgiving he tried Ben and Amy’s Shaqaroni and Cheese but fell in love with pumpkin pie dip and the very dangerous Caramel Apple Sangria. I also waited three hours in line for Howlin Rays.
    • Jacob ate two Thanksgiving dinners and made peanut butter pie that he didn’t get to eat.
    • Brad was introduced to the majesty of the Tim Tam Slam, tried Sugar Cookie Toast Crunch, and had Indian food that he didn’t hate.
    • Hoai-Tran learned how to make pho in her new instant pot!
  • What we’ve been Playing:
    • Peter played some tabletop games on Friendsgiving and a game day, including Werewords, Hail Hydra, Detective, and Chameleon.
    • Jacob played more Diablo III and Rogue Legacy. On the table, he played Hail Hydra, News@11, Azul, and Arboretum. He also tortured people with Twisted Sister’s terrible Christmas album.

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On the November 21, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall, weekend editor Brad Oman, senior writer Ben Pearson, and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to about what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler.

 

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Opening Banter:

 

At The Water Cooler:

  • What we’ve been Doing:

    • Peter experienced Ralph Breaks VR, spent his weekend at a Magic Convention in Culver City, and then went to Designer Con and Disneyland.
    • Chris went to Washington DC to visit the International Spy Museum, where he interviewed Wolf Blitzer and real spies (and also did an escape the room about finding a nuclear bomb).
    • Brad put on a charity stand-up show in his hometown headlined by Kyle Kinane, is spending two weeks in Utah
    • Hoai-Tran visited the Museum of Moving Image where she saw the Buster Scruggs and Jim Henson exhibits, and had a Friendsgiving Part 2.
    • Jacob flew to Atlanta for work and saw stuff he can’t talk about yet.
    • Ben started going through footage for his Iceland video
  • What we’ve been Watching:
    • Peter saw Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, he also saw two superhero movies, Aquaman and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse but isn’t able to give his reactions just yet. He also started watching the second season of American Vandal.
    • Chris watched Deadwax on Shudder, Creed II, Mile 22, and the Netflix series Dogs.
    • Hoai-Tran watched Mandy at the Metrograph, Memories of Murder on Amazon Prime, and is currently watching Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.
    • Brad watched Hotel Artemis and The Lion King
    • Jacob watched most of Channel Zero season 4 in a dark hotel room and it was upsetting. He also mostly caught up on The Venture Bros. and is enjoying the new YouTube app on the Nintendo Switch far too much.
    • Ben watched Widows and Creed II, is rewatching Community, and started season 2 of Ozark
  • What we’ve been Reading:
    • Peter has re-downloaded Marvel Unlimited and has read the first ten issues of Miles Morales run of Ultimate Spider-Man.
    • Jacob has been reading Blood, Sweat and Pixels by Jason Schrier. He also picked up George R.R. Martin’s Fire and Blood.
  • What we’ve been Eating:
    • Peter tried the Peppermint Bark oreos and loves them. He also experienced Festival of Holidays at Disney California Adventure, and ate at Irv’s Burgers for one last time.
    • Brad tried Merry Mash-Up Mountain Dew, discovered you can get white chocolate peppermint mocha at Starbucks
    • Jacob ate at South City Kitchen and Lure in Atlanta.
  • What we’ve been Playing:
    • Brad has been listening to The Greatest Showman Reimagined
    • Jacob has also been listening to The Great Showman Reimagined and has played way, way, way, way too much Diablo III on the Nintendo Switch. He also played the card game Someone Has Died.
    • Ben finally started playing The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

 

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All the other stuff you need to know:

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On the November 20, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to talk about the latest film and tv news, including Star Wars, Aquaman, Rocky III and Great Gatsby. And in the mail bag we’ll talk about your television show recommendations and answer questions about physical media and movie theater presentation.

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Opening Banter: Staff are traveling, hopefully, we’ll have a water cooler tomorrow.

In The News:

  • Chris: Mark Hamill Pitched George Lucas The Idea To Have Boba Fett Revealed As Luke Skywalker’s Mother
  • HT: Most of ‘Aquaman’ Will Be Presented in Full Screen IMAX
  • Chris: The Original ‘Rocky III’ Idea Involved Rocky Hanging Out with the Pope
  • HT: ‘Gatz’: A ‘Great Gatsby’ Origin Series Featuring a Young, Hot, Mixed-Race Gatsby is Coming to YouTube Premium

In The Mailbag:

  • Yesterday we were talking about YouTube’s ad-supported movies. Don H writes in “Did you now VUDU has been doing this for quite some time now?  I’m not sure how long, but I found old marketing e-mails from them going back to March 2017 offering free TV shows with ads. They have over a 1000 movies and TV shows to choose from and they change up the selection monthly.”  
  • Peter asked for TV show recommendations, here are some of the responses:
    • Banshee is my first suggestion. I would argue it's the greatest action television show ever made. The fight scenes throughout this show get progressively more insane and unbelievable in all the best ways. The only thing I'll say is you just need to get over the initial premise, and if you can do that you will have so much fun with this show, and the final season (not only was chosen to end by the creator instead of being cancelled) brings everything home in truly the best way it all can.  
    • Rectify is another option if you're open to a bit of a slow burn that will literally make you cry every episode, and not for the reasons that Parenthood or This is Us do. The dialogue and the uniqueness of the main character makes this show very much worth the time to invest.  
    • Man Seeking Woman. Hilarious and unique sketch type show that also is able to tied together a coherent story from season to season and again I feel the way they choose to end the show is just perfect   Those are my top 3, at least of current shows. Hope you check em out and can't wait to hear you talk about how awesome Lucas Hood and Kai Proctor are!”
    • Jacob Chandler Mississippi: “Hey Peter, I heard you were looking for a new show to watch and you have a list of criteria for what kind of show you want it to be. I’m not sure if this show meets all the criteria but it’s definitely worth checking out if you haven’t already. I would highly recommend looking at Amazon Prime’s Patriot. It’s a dark comedy about a U.S. spy coming to Luxembourg to interfere with the Iranian election. And as generic and uninteresting as that sounds, it is actually one of the better shows in the “sad hitman” genre. It’s really quirky with a very complex plot and a whole lot of ridiculousness somehow wrapped up in a decent emotional struggle. Check out at least the first three episodes and if you don’t like it by then you probably won’t be able to get into it. But I highly recommend it.  Love the show”
    • Matt Y: “Long time listener, first time writer as they say. Love the show! Last week you guys discussed super hero one-offs and a couple of other examples of one of style shows like Black Mirror. I wanted to recommend that you check out an episode or two of Room 104 on HBO. The first season from the Duplas brothers was zainey and unexpected.  Each half hour episode takes place in the same nondescript motel room. The era, visitors, and metaphysical rules are always different. The first season episodes split pretty evenly into a third of the episodes as junk, another third as a “good sit”, and a third of truly inspired story telling. I’d recommend you check out episodes 2 (Pizza Boy), 5 (The Internet), and 7 (The Missionaries). Season two is three episodes in and they have all been great! Last night Michael Shannon played a Russian diplomat who sets up a date with a woman he met on the Internet, played by Judy Greer. You don’t get these strange stories anywhere else! Anyways, have a great weekend.”
    • Fred from Chattanooga,TN says “Of course you may have seen all of these but I thought I’d throw a few out there that I really like and these could keep you busy for a little while  Six Feet Under The Shield The Knick - the show was directed by Stephen Soderbergh and is fantastic. So underrated Banshee - another fantastic show that not a lot of people talk about  Mad Men, The Leftovers, Deadwood.
    • Roger writes in: “you might want to check out one of the greatest sci fi shows of all time!!! babylon 5!!! it's free on amazon prime.  the first season is a tad a slow build, but it's just incredible. You might also want to check out misfits , it's on hulu right now”
    • Sean from Missouri writes in “Hey Peter, I thought I might suggest the X-Files or Gilmore Girls for shows with a decent amount of seasons that you could watch if you haven't seen those yet. I guess there's also the various Star Trek series which have a lot of seasons if you put them all together. Hope that helps!”
    • Errol L writes in “Hey Peter! Errol from LA. Looking for some binge worthy completed shows? Well strap in!  
    • Peter Freeman from Gainesville, VA writes in “You mentioned you were looking for a suggestion for a serialized TV show. Have you tried Person of Interest. This show ran 5 seasons and stars Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson. Jonathan Nolan was the show runner   The first season initially was procedural with an over arching storyline but by season two it became a full blown serialized show. I believe it’s available on Netflix.
    • Amber-T writes in “In terms of shows with lots of seasons that are available and fun to watch... (and you’re right, I don’t know what you’ve seen)  The Good Wife, The West Wing, Doctor Who, 30 Rock, Parks & Recreation, Mad Men, Supernatural, Friday Night Lights.  I also recently watched an indie horror film called Sick For Toys that’s super dark and weird, about a brother who kidnaps a guy for his sister for her present every Christmas. Deals with a lot of #metoo stuff without being too on the nose. Flew really under the radar, but worth checking out.”  
    • Key Chung writes in: “just heard the latest /film daily pod. You should mos def check out The Expanse! It starts off very good and gets better as it goes along. Last season was best season of sci-fi currently on TV imho.
    • Mike T writes in “Hey—if you’re looking for a show to binge, I would suggest Peep Show.  It’s a British comedy, 9 seasons (each better than the last), and it’s serialized.  Very dark, and one of the few comedies that warrants repeat viewings. It’s on Hulu and Amazon Prime.
    • MovieGeekBlog tweeted “Peter, if you are looking for serialised stories #theAmericans or #TheGoodWife are some of the best. Also, have you seen #MurderOne?”
    • David Chen tweeted: “just heard the most recent Slash Daily. If you have Hulu, I think you should check these out. It truly was groundbreaking and probably still holds up.” Classic ER Episodes
  • Michael O. from Nashville TN writes in to ask: “This is more a question about physical media and less about film. But how many more years do you give to retail stores like GameStop? When will that suffer the same fate as Blockbuster?”
  • Hashim (pronounced like wash-em) writes in “Hello gang,  Enjoying your podcast which I recently discovered. You asked for film related questions on a recent podcast.  I'm wondering what the best movie going experiences you can recommend when it comes to visually enjoying a film.   Super large screens really don't matter much to me, I feel like I can always sit closer if I want everything projected large. It's mainly about contrast, color, clarity and deep blacks and overall brightness.  Are the premium offerings from standard digital projection really worth it when it comes to the visuals? If so, which theater chains stand out?  We currently do not have a true Imax screen in the entire state of Michigan.It's all about MJR, Cinemark and AMC in the Detroit area.  Essentially, can you rank based on visuals and not necessarily on sound, food, seats, etc?

 

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On the November 19, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about the latest film and tv news, including Fantastic Beasts, Devil May Cry, Disneyland, Star Wars, Cereal Monsters, and YouTube.

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Opening Banter:

 

In The News:

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On the November 16, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman and senior writer Ben Pearson to talk about the latest film and tv news, including William Goldman, Creed II, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Thor, FilmStruck, and A24.

 

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Opening Banter: How does Brad edit the weekend?

In The News:

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On the November 15, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about the latest film and tv news, including FilmStruck, Blumhouse, Bosch, Bad Robot, Captain Marvel and Jack Black.

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Opening Banter: News is starting to dry up as Thanksgiving week approaches.

In The News:

All the other stuff you need to know:

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