Monthly Archive: July 2011

Jul 31

Trailer: Tower Heist

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Let me just start by saying that I love a good heist film and when they incorporate humour they just get better. “Tower Heist” is directed by Brett Ratner, with a not so great track record with the geeks after “X-Men The Last Stand” but it should be noted that “Rush Hour” and “After the …

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Jul 31

New Trailer: Kevin Smith’s Red State

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Here is the new trailer for Kevin Smith’s new “Red State” and let me just warn in advance that this is NSFW. We discussed this trailer on the most recent Film Actually episode (episode 141) and I thought I’d throw it up here because it is just awesome. We have recently found out that “red …

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Jul 31

Trailer: Red Tails

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I feel like this has been a long time coming, this is the first trailer for the George Lucas produced WWII action epic “Red Tails”. The film is about the first all African-American aerial combat unit known as The Tuskegee Airmen. The film looks spectacular and I am really looking forward to it. The story …

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Jul 31

Trailer: Battleship

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We’ve been talking about director Peter Berg’s “Battleship” for sometime now. The film, which is based on the classic Milton Bradley board game, was announced sometime ago and it has been the brunt of many jokes ever since. Several months ago on TV’s “The Colbert Report”, Stephen Colbert had joked that Keanu Reeves should have …

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Jul 31

Geek Actually Ep141 – Sean’s Show and Tell

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Hosted by: David McVay & Josh Philpott with guest Sean Lindsay This week on Geek Actually, David and Josh are joined by Sean Lindsay from 3Dhorizon.com.au. Sean has brought in a review unit of the new 3D laptop from Sony and it is magnificent. Also this week, more …

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Jul 31

REPLAY – Geek Actually Live Video Shows for July 30th, 2011

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Here are this week’s live shows presented in the same order that we recorded them. We start with the all new Geek Actually and then move onto Film Actually. Because the show is live, you get it here with all the mistakes intact. The Geek Actually podcasts are recorded live every Saturday from 12pm (AEST) or …

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