FMP Ep. 036 – ‘Carnage’ / 10 Most Anticipated Films of 2012

Alex was joined by two Film Misery contributors from different sides of the world this week. First Davin Lacksonen joined in to review Roman Polanski’s new film Carnage. Later Vinny Tagle helped count down the 10 most anticipated movies of 2012. There are some great conversations and some exciting movies to talk about, so enjoy!

Show Schedule:

  • 00:32 – 01:23 – Introduction
  • 01:23 – 22:58 – Review of Carnage with Davin Lacksonen
  • 24:09 – 28:02 – User Top 10s and New Question of the Week
  • 28:52 – 1:00:14 – 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2012 with Vinny Tagle
  • 1:01:04 – 1:02:58 – Contact Information and Contest Winner

Music:

  • Music for Episode 36 was from Clocks and Clouds. [Website]
  • Tracks included “Darkness Gives Way” and “We Shall Never Surrender.”

Show Notes:

  • Davin recorded from Oregon, Vinny from Manila, Philippines, and Alex from Minnesota. We were literally all over the world.
  • Discomfortable is indeed a word.
  • We would love you to review us on iTunes.

Question of the Week:

Next Week:

  • Predictions for the 2012 Oscar nominations.

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  • Eric M

    Is there any word on whether or not “Frank or Francis” will get a 2012 release, or will we be stuck waiting until 2013? As much as I respect Kaufman and anticipate his next movie, December might be too much for me to handle if The Master, Django Unchained and Frank or Francis all get released at once.

    • Last that I heard it is not going to be ready until 2013. But I know which film is going to top my list next year.

  • Dylan Cuellar

    The Ghost Writer, in my opinion, is amazing and one of Roman Polanski’s best. Good suggestion and one of my top ten best of it’s respected year.

  • Jose

    FYI Alex, George Clooney isn’t the astronaut stuck in space, that’s Sandra Bullock. Geoge Clooney is a guy on Earth in NASA guiding her or something.

    Just throwing it out there because I was really excited for this movie but then when I heard that Sandra Bullock was cast as the lead instead of the other women in contention (among them, Natalie Portman and Marion Cotillard), my anticipation for this movie dropped by half. I’ll probably still watch it though since I still love Cuaron and Clooney.

    And I must admit, 2012 is looking like a great year in movies. Twilight is ending (hopefully). all those blockbusters are coming out (Really excited for The Hobbit and Prometheus, don’t really care for The Avengers or Dark Knight Rises since I didn’t like the previous films in the series and from what I’ve seen so far I’ve yet to be REALLY impressed by both movies).

    I’m definitely catching Les Miz, The Great Gatsby, the re-releases of Finding Nemo and Titanic (I’ll be watching them in 3D),. And I’d add The Master to my list if I knew for sure that it really was coming out this year.

    And there was some other stuff on both of your lists that I’d never heard of but now I have my eye on, like The Grandmasters. Should be fun.

    • Jose

      Oh, and another one that I’m just going to throw out there cause I know it’ll be good fun, total Recall.
      When I first heard of the remake, I figured I could care. But the cast actually intrigues me. Bryan Cranston is the villain and Bill Nighy is Kuato. How cool is that!

      • In college some of my friends made a movie called ‘Total Recall: Recalled’ where they re-enacted what they could remember about ‘Total Recall’ even though they had only seen it once 3 years beforehand. It was brilliant.

      • Jose

        Do you still have it?

        Post it on youtube!

      • Unfortunately, no. I believe our college has an archived copy, so I should reach out to them about it.

      • Jose

        Please do :)

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