Ep #1: Ted / Hollywood Allstar Films



Filmcast Without a Cause has survived the bumps and bruises of its pilot episode to bring you EPISODE 1! What can you expect? Jacob and Pat react to Looper Directer Rian Johnson's tweet to avoid the trailers for his film, we bemoan the financing setbacks Charlie Kaufman's latest project is experiencing and discuss the cinematic game of hot-potato that Edgar Wright is currently playing. For our feature review we break down Seth MacFarlane's Ted, followed by a look at the second half of the cinematic calendar, and we round out the show by taking you out to the ball game with our fictional filmmaking all star teams, following the Major League Baseball Allstar Game model.

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FilmcastWOAC Contents:
0:00 - 17:15     Intro - Movie News
  • Rian Johnson says skip the trailers for Looper
  • Charlie Kaufman's sophomore directorial effort false starts
  • HOT POTATO! Edgar Wright has three projects in the air, which should he do first?
17:20 - 27:20 Ted review
27:32 - 29:35 New on DVD/Blu-ray
29:36 - 52:40 Fun and Games
  • Second Half of the Cinematic Calendar
  • Hollywood Allstars
53:00 - 56:46 Next Episode - Closing
  • Next Review: The Amazing Spiderman

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  1. I only watch trailers in theaters. Most of them are groan inducing and let me know which films are no longer on my radar (Total Recall remake now in that list), or which ones I didn't know about, I definitely want to see (Wreck-It Ralph). While I respect Rian Johnson not wanting people to catch trailers for Looper, I find that trailers to me aren't spoilers for several films. Yes, they can be tonally different and ruin several set pieces of films, but when I go to a movie, I go for the entire journey on screen.

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