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It's the Pictures

John Gilpatrick and Max Covill discuss the latest news in the world of film.
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Now displaying: June, 2016
Jun 24, 2016

John and Max are exploring the films of Pixar Animation this week, including its newest feature, Finding Dory. They rank their each of the 17 films Pixar has released since Toy Story.

They also discuss the passing of actor Anton Yelchin, the trailer for Cannes Jury Prize winner American Honey, and their films of the week -- The Player and Perfect Blue!

SHOW NOTES
Intro Music: "Bundle of Joy" by Michael Giacchino from the soundtrack for Inside Out

1:24 News You Need - Anton Yelchin

4:30 Trailer of the Week - American Honey

8:20 Main Feature - Pixar Filmography and Rankings

1:02:40 Finding Dory

1:13:30 What we've been watching - John (The Player) / Max (Perfect Blue)

1:23:19 Summer Box Office Update

Outro Music: "Married Life" by Michael Giacchino from the soundtrack for UP

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Jun 13, 2016

It's the end of the world, but John and Max feel fine.

This week, on the It's the Pictures podcast, we're discussing three 1990s apocalyptic action movies: Independence Day, Armageddon, and Deep Impact. Questions answered include:

  • What happens if you shoot in a gun in space? 
  • Why did Ben Affleck nearly get cut completely from Armageddon? 
  • Which of these movies has the most inspiring president?
  • And would we, John and Max, make it to the limestone caves of Missouri for saving? Or would we get left on the beach like Tea Leoni?

We also touch on our expectations for Independence Day: Resurgence, talk about the Rogue One reshoots, and review the new indie releases Love & Friendship and The Lobster.

Give the episode a listen, and follow us on Twitter, @itsthepicpod, where you can let us know what you think!

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