Cinema Smackdown 16: Mission:Impossible Ghost Protocol/I Saw The Devil
By Bret Dorman and Kate Peterson
Bret and Kate disagree about Tom Cruise’s Public “weirdness” and his personal woes. But one thing we can agree on is his performance in Tropic Thunder is awesome. He will “FUCK YOU UP!”:
We are going to try something new. We here at Cinema Smackdown hate cutting a movie conversation short when we still have things to talk about. This week we have really good, specific, in depth conversations about both our Theatrical Release Review and Theme Review. So we split the podcast up into two episodes. The Theatrical release will still have the games and miscellaneous stuff after it, but the Theme Reviews will now be their own ‘bonus’ content for people who are still interested in having conversations about these great films. Any feedback about our reviews, format, or games is greatly appreciated.
This weeks agenda:
Greetings: Start! – 1:20
M:I:4 Review: 1:25 – 24:00
M:I:4 Spoilers!: 24:00 – 43:15
Fun Time (Tagline Takedown, Genre sMash): 43:15 – 1:10:15
Misc: 1:10:15 – 1:12:30
“Asian Extreme” I Saw The Devil Theme Review
To get the episode just click the link below and download Episode 16:
CineMasters of the Universe/Podcast is now Cinema Punch/Smackdown! We hope y’all enjoy the new setup with the same old fun!
Here are some of our favorite movie Devils. Bret likes Peter Stormare in Constantine. Even though this clip doesn’t have it, his delivery of the line “Whuddya want…? An ex-tensh-shun?” is slimily evil. As is the black tar that marks his entrance:
Kate likes Viggo Mortensen in The Prophecy. It’s a performance you can enjoy anytime, “Even on Christmas.” Even though he’s outright evil and malicious, saying filthy things, you still want to stick around to hear what he has to say:
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Next week we will be reviewing the Killer The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo as well as “Woody Allen” Theme Review Annie Hall.
Thanks for enjoying!