In this episode the #SGSteam discuss 2 films about #JulianAssange, the first film being #TheFifthEstate, starring #BenedictCumberbatch and the second film is the Australian made for television film about the early years of Julian Assange.
In this episode the #SGSTeam discuss the 2004 BBC telemovie, #Hawking starring #BenedictCumberbatch.
Discussion points include the oversimplification of science, #TheoryOfEverything, #EddieRedmayne vs #BenedictCumberbatch, the science of #StephenHawking, #DrunkHistory, and #TheBigBangTheory (Not the show).
In our first episode of 2016 the SGS Team with Bryan discuss their favourite films of 2015. We each chose five movies and count down to our number one picks.
Just to be clear these are personal preferences and should not be taken as a best of the year list.
In this episode the SGS team with special guest Bryan discuss the 2004 adaptation of Isaac Asimov’s I, Robot. Directed by Alex Proyas, starring Will Smith, Bridget Moynahan, Bruce Greenwood, James Cromwell, Alan Tudyk and Shia LaBeouf.
Discussion points include, book to film translations, the work of Alex Proyas and Will Smith. Robots in film, special effects, Alan Tudyk and much more.
#IsaacAsimov #WillSmith #ShiaLabeouf #AlexProyas #DarkCity #TheCrow #StarTrek #Scifi #Movies
In our first recording of 2015, the Soylent GreenScreen crew discuss some of the best and worst films of the summer/christmas break, and yes, to our international listeners, it is summer here in Australia.
We each chose five films that we wanted to discuss. Surprisngly, #Paddington was one of favourite films of the christmas break. Other films of notable mention were #TheImitationGame, #TheHobbit: The Battle of Keeping a Franchise Alive, and a dishonourable mention to #Taken 'bloody' 3. Yes, one of us got sucked into seeing what can only be compared to a steaming pile of #LeprechaunShit, as in, something unbelievably bad.
In the second half of our best of 2014 bumper episode we continue the countdown from 5 to 1 followed by a brief discussion on some of our most loathed films of 2014.
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We recently got some feedback from a fellow podcaster who goes by the name Evil Dave. Evil Dave is the host of the InsideOutcast from GeekPlanet.com. He was kind enough to answer some of our questions regarding Karate training and the origins of Martial Arts, for which we greatly appreciated. This was very informative and gave us a deeper appreciation of the film and Martial Arts in general.
If you haven't listened to our Karate Kid episode, or want to go back and listen again, you can find it here on iTunes ... The Karate Kid 30th Anniversary episode or if you are an Android user, we recommend Stitcher
Thanks Evil Dave,
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