FMP Ep. 063 – ‘To the Wonder’ / Summer Movie Preview

To the Wonder (2013) Summer Movie Podcast

Alex and Phil return from their unplanned hiatus to review Terence Malick’s latest film and preview the Summer movie season, which they promise to have future episodes about very soon. The pair discuss the sensibilities of Malick that draw some people to his work and push others away. Alex and Phil also engage in a spirited debate about the quality of giant robot movies. Listen to those conversations and much more on this week’s episode!

Show Schedule:

  • 00:32 – 02:36 – Introduction
  • 02:36 – 21:46 – Review of To the Wonder
  • 22:38 – 26:27 – Intermission and Question of the Week
  • 26:55 – 55:13 – Summer Movie Preview
  • 56:53 – 1:02:05 – Recommendations and Contact Information

Music:

  • Music for Episode 63 was provided by Damion Suomi. [Facebook]
  • Tracks included “Mustard Seed” and “San Francisco.”

Show Notes:

  • CORRECTION: Emmanuel Lubezki did not win Best Cinematography for The Tree of Life.
  • Here is the link to our review of The Hangover, Part II and Bridesmaids.
  • We would love you to review us on iTunes.

Question of the Week:

  • What movie genre are you most anticipating this Summer?
  • Vote in the poll to the right and share your comments below!

Next Episode:

  • Next week we will be reviewing the new film Iron Man 3.
  • We will also be hearing Alex’s interview with The Angels’ Share screenwriter Paul Laverty.

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FMP Ep. 063 – To the Wonder and Summer Movie Podcast

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  • Jose

    This is tough.

    Before Midnight, an indie, is my most anticipated film of the summer.

    However, most of the films I’m excited to see are blockbusters (Pacific Rim, Star Trek, Gatsby and The Conjuring). I also have several other indies (The Spectacular Now, Only God Forgives)and foreign films (The Hunt).

    I guess I’m choosing blockbusters because they’re always fun to watch in the theater and experience with the large crowd a blockbuster brings..

  • I’ll choose Indie…. Before Midnight and Frances Ha are my most anticipated movies of the summer.

  • This is easy: independents. Why? Because “Before Midnight” is an independent, and it may well be my most anticipated movie ever. Seriously, not just this year, but in my entire life as a film lover. Even if there were no other independents I was looking forward to (and there are), that alone would get it my vote.

  • I went against what I normally would choose and chose comedy. I don’t typically see many comedies in theaters, but This Is The End looks like it could be great. Something about movie spoofs entertain me endlessly, so I’m hoping it won’t disappoint.

  • Calvin

    The independents look quite good, and even though it’s received not-so-great reviews, I think I may have to see “I’m So Excited,” as it looks so much like “Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown,” one of my favorite films of all time.

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