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The MFF Podcast #13: Planes, Trains and Chris Evans

May 17, 2015

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Proudly sponsored by the audiobook company Audible, your new MFF podcast episode is here!

We hope you enjoyed our previous episode on What If scenarios including Kurt Russell movies, combining Forgetting Sarah Marshall and I Know What You Did Last Summer, and recasting Predator.

SUMMARY:  This week the MFF crew analyzes the strange correlations between fire, ice and train wreck catastrophes across Chris Evans’ filmography and the chamber thriller Ex Machina is reviewed.  As always, there will some be spoilers.  You have been warned.  😉

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We also answer such important questions as…

“What Martin Scorsese film would most benefit from recasting the lead role with Billy Zane?”
“How would Billy Zane fit into a Clive Barker novel?”
“What was the best/worst movie-turned-TV show?”

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This week’s podcast is based on the following MFF reviews and articles:

Planes, Trains and Chris Evans: Analyzing the similarities of Snowpiercer, Sunshine and Captain America

Snowpiercer: Controlled Chaos at its Finest

Sunshine: An Underrated Science Fiction Classic

Captain America: The First Avenger

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Ex Machina (2015), playing on your sympathies as powerfully as your suspicions, this is a sci-fi artificial intelligence thriller told in a manner you have not seen before.

Sit back, relax and learn about everything you missed.
If you haven’t seen some of these movies, be comforted that we will geekily inform you as to why you should watch them.

You can stream the pod at the Sharkdropper website, listen to us on with your mobile app OneCast, or download the podcast on Itunes.
If you get a chance please REVIEW, RATE and SHARE the pod!

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