/Filmcast Ep. 230 – After Earth (GUEST: Laremy Legel, author of Film Critic)

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Dave, Devindra, and Laremy (author of Film Critic) discuss some great new films screening at SIFF, muse on the greatness of Linklater’s Before franchise, and wonder which timeline Community season 4 came from. Be sure to check out Rachel Sklar’s piece on Afternoon Delight, Nick Schager’s take on M. Night’s absence, and Laremy Legel’s review of After Earth.

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SHOWNOTES

What We’ve Been Watching

  • Dave (10:00): Before Midnight, Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, Afternoon Delight,
  • Devindra (24:00): Mama
  • Laremy (27:00): Vikings

News

  • (31:30) Dan Harmon returns to Community
  • (37:33) Sam Mendes likely to direct next two Bond films

Featured Review

  • (44:10) After Earth

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