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Four-Color Film Podcast

Allen Christian, Gerald James, and Lacey Day bring you a weekly podcast chronicling the ups and downs of comic-book-to-film adaptations from the very beginning. Every single one of them, as in-depth as each deserves.
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Now displaying: June, 2016
Jun 23, 2016

Diverting from the usual format of talking over a film, we decide instead to sit down with Gerald James and do a retrospective on the 90's as well as past episodes, take 1997 to task for being an onslaught of bad superhero films to the point of putting the genre into a coma, we look forward to the future, and we sum up everything we would have had to say about Steel in just a few minutes, as opposed to a long, drawn-out episode where no one is having any fun.

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Jun 9, 2016

Still stuck in 1997, this week brings us to the abysmal film based on the Todd McFarlane property, Spawn. Hosts Allen Christian and Steven Granger are once again joined by Alan Hardy and Gerald James in an effort to talk about anything but this movie. Better Martin Sheen movies are discussed, we lament that more people don't know how cool Michael Jai White is, Allen Ribisis his jaw, Gerald is upset that Alan calls John Leguizamo "Johnny Legs", Alan is upset that Allen regards Donny as the lesser Wahlberg, Colm Meaney is talked about far too much, Steven has been misleading Allen into thinking Con Air was a Michael Bay movie for years, Allen & Alan decide they are now a single unit. More wrestling jokes, everyone curses too much, and Allen laments the direction of the podcast.

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Jun 2, 2016

 

Still in 1997, we arrive at Men In Black. Based off the Aircel Comics (later bought by Malibu Comics, who were then bought by Marvel Comics) property, starring Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith, Vincent D'Onofrio, Linda Fiorentino, and Rip Torn, directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, with a score by Danny Elfman (which we neglect to mention). The film is a enjoyable and a great watch, but it was so successful and so ubiquitous that the boys have trouble finding anything worthwhile to say about it. So they mostly do not. Instead, the discussion weaves through a lament of 80's grit in comic books, the Fast & Furious series, Vin Diesel's love for Paul Walker, the "frat pack," hatred for Steve Carell and Vince Vaughn, David Cross is loved, Allen's only reliable memory of childhood is revealed to be the names of the characters in Power Rangers, the Green Ranger is put on blast, Joe Rogan is hated. 

 

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Twitter: @fourcolorfilm

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