FMP Ep. 026 – ‘The Ides of March’ / Top 5 Movies About Betrayal

This week Alex and Phil try not to betray one another’s trust as they discuss The Ides of March and the top 5 betrayal movies. They also fit in a discussion about morality in film and how it affects our perception of what we see. This episode features more audio clips than any other before it, so enjoy!

Show Schedule:

  • 00:32 – 02:09 – Introduction
  • 02:09 – 26:16 – Review of The Ides of March
  • 27:32 – 38:53 – Morality in Film Poll and Question of the Week
  • 39:57 – 1:04:48 – Top 5 Film About Betrayal
  • 1:05:24 – 1:09:08 – Recommendations and Contact Information

Music:

  • Music for Episode 26 was provided by Jary Maurice. [Website]
  • Tracks included “Amsterdam,” “Nobody Else,” and “What You Bear With Much Pain.”

Show Notes:

  • Here is the link to last week’s discussion about morality in movies.
  • 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:

  • What is your favorite movie about betrayal? [Vote in the Poll]

Next Week:

  • We will be reviewing the new film The Thing.
  • We will also be reviewing John Carpenter’s original 1982 film The Thing.

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  • Calvin

    I would have to say Dreamgirls.

  • Brandon Cooley

    The first movie I thought of when it came to betrayal was The Godfather Part II (probably because of the Master Moments post), but Reservoir Dogs and Goodfellas are both great choices. Platoon would be my number two choice and as an honorable mention there’s Oliver Stone’s next movie a year later, Wall Street, which even though I think Wall Street is very flawed it still handles the betrayal element very well.

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