It’s Tuesday and you know what that means! It’s podcast day!
This week on the Intermission Podcast we talk RoboCop, Looper, and we re-visit the Lego Movie (Don’t worry, Corey still thinks it’s awesome). Also this week, we talk Portal 3, Titanfall, and Josh tells another bathroom story. Hopefully it’s the last bathroom story from Josh, but you never know what’s going to happen in a public restroom.
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On this weeks episode of the Intermission Podcast:
The first movie we discuss this week is the new RoboCop. As a generally consensus we enjoyed the film, but had varying views on the film. While we all had different views, we did share the same issue, why did RoboCop have a human hand? It made his suit look unfinished, and after watching the movie, it seemed extremely pointless.
The Lego Movie Revisited
We answer the two week old question, is The Lego Movie anti-business? Apparently a certain news company thinks that the Lego Movie is another example of an anti-business agenda being shoved down our throats. Excuse me? We are talking about a two hour commercial, created by Hollywood, possibly the biggest business in the country. Idiots.
Looper, It’s really complicated
This week, Craig finally got around to watching Looper. It’s an extremely involved movie, and needs to be watched several times to really get what is going on. Hell, we’ve all seen it and we still don’t really know what happened.
One thing we can agree on though, is how awesome Joseph Gordon-Levitt looked as a young Bruce Willis. Was it CGI or prosthetic? And could he possibly be the next John McClane in a Die-Hard reboot?
The only thing that really bothered us with Looper was Jeff Daniels. It’s hard to take the man serious after his role in Dumb and Dumber.
Ok, so it’s not really Portal 3, but Hidden Valley Team, an indie developer from Russia, is working on what we are going to call Portal 1.5. It is a game being made without Valve, that will supposedly be filling in the plot gaps between Portal, and Portal 2. The game is called Conversion, and will be released to Steam on March 28. Click here for more.
Black Widow Movie
This seems to be a recurring topic, but is Black Widow a big enough character to have a stand alone movie? Guy King says no. This leads us back to the topic of the entire comic book genre. Has it peaked, and is Hollywood just milking it for every dollar it has left?
Nike Power Laces
This is probably the most exciting development in shoe technology I’ve heard in years, Nike Power Laces. According to a designer working for Nike, we will be seeing the famed Back to the Future power laces debut in 2015. That’s right, 2015. The very same year that Back to the Future 2 happened. It’s no hover-board, but its a start.