New Episode of The (title pending) Movie Podcast with Tank and Fogs!!

The new (title pending) is here! The new (title pending) is here! :D

Tanker and I return to the headsets to bring you a brand spankin’ new episode of (title pending), kicking off with a “Campaign” style debate before heading into “Has Tank Seen Apocalypse Now” and then this week’s “Box Office Round Up”. For our featured reviews this week, we have THREE movies to review for your listening pleasure: “Hope Springs”, “The Bourne Legacy”, and “The Campaign”!

Then for our featured discussion, we delve into a list that seemd to resonate with listeners when we mentioned it last week – our top 10 Villain Deaths. Our favorite dastardly demises… the gruesome, the gratifying, the greatest.

It’s a heaping helping of (title pending) awesomeness, I hope you check it out!!

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Now Showing on Cable: Puss in Boots

Making its premiere on HBO last weekend was last year’s animated feature from DreamWorks Studios, “Puss in Boots”.

“Puss in Boots” is a spin-off prequel featuring Antonio Banderas’ feline character from the “Shrek” series of movies. It focuses on Puss as a young swashbuckler, as he attempts to pilfer the legendary magic beans from the notorious Jack and Jill, intending to scale the giant beanstalk in order to steal the goose that lays the golden eggs from the giant. Along the way, he has to deal with the treacherous Humpty Dumpty, and the seductive Kitty Softpaws.

Puss was a great addition to the “Shrek” series.

The question here is: Can he support a movie of his own?

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San Diego Comic-Con International 2012: This is why Comic-Con is World Renown

This is why people camp out overnight.

Hall H today is why television networks cover the convention.

Why people travel from all over the world. Guam. Brazil. Canada. England. Heard them all this week. All over.

This is why Comic-Con is worth the big bucks, the headaches, the sleep deprivation, the hunger pains, the bursting bladder, the sore back, the blisters on your feet.

This is WHY.

Because you just do NOT GET stuff like this anywhere else.

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Now showing on cable: “Due Date”

Premiering Saturday night on Cinemax was 2010’s “Due Date”, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Zack Galifianakis.

In it, Downey plays a man who needs to fly home for the birth of his first child. But after an incident prior to take-off where he and Galifianakis are mistaken for terrorists, both are forced off the plane and put on the no fly list. As Downey’s character is unable to take his bags off the plane prior to take off, he has no ID and no money with which to rent a car. Enter Galifianakis, who he already can’t stand due to the aforementioned “incident”, but who happens to be also headed to Los Angeles. Downey begrudgingly accepts his offer of a ride and they embark together on an uncomfortable cross country journey.

Comedy occasionally ensues.

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