Ep. 8 – Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Third Person, Life Itself, and the top 5 movies of 2014 (so far)


Ep. 8 – Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Third Person, Life Itself, and the top 5 movies of 2014 (so far)

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In this week’s episode of The CineSnob Podcast, the guys from CineSnob.net review “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” “Third Person,” and “Life Itself.” They also discuss the updated perils of “The Amazing Spider-Man 3,” an upcoming 720 hour movie, whether movies need to be watched multiple times in order to get the full effect and give their lists for the top 5 best movies of 2014, so far.

[0:49-11:38] The Amazing Spider-Man 3 lost its writer. Future up in the air?
[11:38-18:05] A 72 minute teaser trailer was released for a 720 hour movie. WTF?
[18:05-23:16] Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
[23:16-33:47] Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Spoiler Talk
[33:47-36:02] Dawn of the Planet of the Apes Wrap-Up
[36:02-39:46] Third Person
[39:46-50:32] Third Person Spoiler Talk
[50:32-52:49] Third Person Wrap-Up
[52:49-1:12:00] Life Itself
[1:12:00-1:54:04] Discussion of multiple viewings of movies and top 5 films of 2014 so far.
[1:54:04-1:59:52] Jerrod unsuccessfully tries to end the show. The guys talk about interviews from the past and Cody gives his sitcom idea for a show starring him and Kodi Smit-McPhee.
[1:59:52-2:02:12] Teases for next week and close.

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One Response to “Ep. 8 – Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Third Person, Life Itself, and the top 5 movies of 2014 (so far)”
  1. Robert L. Castillo says:

    Hey guys, another great episode. Something I was curious about. When I tell people I review movies, they always ask “what’s your favorite movie of all time?” I used to go into a long drawn out reason why I don’t have one, that there’s too many and it can change from year to year, then their eyes begin to glaze over and because of that, I now just say “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and move on. Anyway my question and possible topic of discussion for the show is what movie have you re-watched the most and why? Either because it was a childhood favorite or it was on TV a lot, or it was your first store bought VHS (or in Cody’s case his first Blu-ray) or something that you just genuinely love and ended up watching it over and over. Again just curious.

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