Film Actually is the official movie podcast of geekactually.com – This week David McVay and Josh Philpott review of Tony Scott’s new film, “Unstoppable”. We also have some Entertainment Buzz including the new trailer for “Battle: Los Angeles” and a brand new Lists of Five – Five Movies on Moving Vehicles. So sit back, grab a snack and enjoy.
*Update 31/07/2012 – Film Actually was a split off from the main Geek Actually show and originally maintained numbering continuity with that show. That logic no longer works as the shows have become two unique entities, so we have gone back and re-numbered the Film Actually shows to reflect their true episode number. This show is now officially episode 23 but when you listen to the show you will hear it referred to as episode 115, this is why. Sorry about any confusion or inconvenience.
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Feature Film Review
‘Unstoppable’ directed by Tony Scott and written by Mark Bomback. It stars Denzel Washington, Chris Pine, Rosario Dawson, Ethan Suplee and Kevin Dunn.
With an unmanned, half-mile-long freight train barreling toward a city, a veteran engineer and a young conductor race against the clock to prevent a catastrophe. – Source IMDB
Our Verdict: A silly film that feels like a cheesy 90’s action movie. Could be fun on DVD with a group of friends and a few beers. Feels vaguely like a Roadrunner cartoon.
Watch the trailer here http://trailers.apple.com/trailers/fox/unstoppable/
Colin Farrell in Total Recall remake.
James Cameron badmouths Battleship – right on!
The new Battle: Los Angeles trailer is here and it is hot!
The Edgar Wright Ant Man movie on the move again.
James Bond 23 is a go project again, Sam Mendes still directing.
An interesting point of view about Blu-Ray players not as good as DVD.
Lists of Five
This week: Five Movies on a Moving Vehicle. Check out the complete lists here.
And finally, in a completely WTF moment. Pac-Man reality series coming soon.
This episode carries an explicit tag due to infrequent coarse language.
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