FMP Ep. 023 – ‘Drive’ / Interview with Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez

This week Phil and I revved our engines to discuss the fantastic new movie Drive from one of Film Misery’s favorite directors Nicholas Winding Refn. Among the topics of conversation are the uses for the soundtrack and the acting choices made by some of the cast. We also talk about your response to Steven Soderbergh’s movie discussion and hear Alex’s interview with the legendary Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez about their new film The Way.

Show Schedule:

  • 00:46 – 02:16 – Introduction
  • 02:16 – 27:22 – Review of Drive
  • 28:17 – 38:30 – Steven Soderbergh Poll and Question of the Week
  • 39:16 – 1:03:52 – Interview with Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez on The Way
  • 1:04:49 – 1:10:16 – Recommendations and Contact Information


  • Music for Episode 23 was provided by Phil Jents. [Website]
  • Tracks included “The Comedy” and “Cut Down These Trees.”

Show Notes:

  • The NEW winner of the Facebook “Like” random drawing is Kyle Lemmon.
  • We need you to “Like” our Facebook page and tell all your friends to do so as well. Every additional 50 “Likes” we receive, we will select one listener to choose a movie for us to review.

Question of the Week:

  • Which young actor/actress is having the biggest year in 2011? [Vote in the Poll]

Next Week:

  • We will be reviewing the new film Moneyball starring Brad Pitt from director Bennett Miller.
  • We will be reviewing listener choice pick The Last Man on Earth. Check it out on Netflix Watch Instantly.

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  • Great Suggestion! The French Connection is my sixth favorite movie. Drive made me think of that famous chase scene which is basically the one that all other directors look up to for guidance when they’re filming their chase scenes.

  • First podcast listen! Great stuff guys. Really enjoyed the Drive review. Such an awesome film that I wasn’t really prepared for! I really dug the soundtrack. Been listening to it a lot since seeing the film and purchasing the album.

  • I get into phases where I listen to the same song over and over and “Real Hero” by College from the Drive soundtrack has been played much lately.

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