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Episode 74: The Best Non-Bond Spy Movies

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For our 74th episode, and in light of the release of The Spy Who Dumped Me, the chicks discuss the best movies of the spy genre that are not Bond films. Listen on for over nine spy movies of all kinds and ages!

Structure
00:00 – 02:47  Introductions + Featured LAMB Podcast: French Toast Sunday!
02:47 – 10:08 Interesting Movie of The Fortnight (Summer Break Edition!)
10:09 – 01:21:46  Main Discussion: The Best Non-Bond Spy Movies
01:21:47 – 01:24:05 Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs
George Smiley, by Alberto Iglésias (from the Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy OST)
Movie Scene, from Burn After Reading
Across the Universe, by Scorpions

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Our episodes are free to download and listen on iTunes, and all our previous episodes are available here on the blog — so scroll through the archive and have fun!

Share your own favourite non-bond spy movies!

On the next episode: three Netflix Originals you’ll love!

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Episode 63: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)

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With Halloween come and gone, and the next beloved holiday of the year a month away, Across the Universe Podcast’s newest Chick With an Accent gets to host her first episode! It may not be an international holiday, it may not include lots and lots of decorations, but it’s still special for us! (Or maybe just for Getter, but it’s her first time, so we’ll let her have her moment). In this special episode  we pick our favourites for The Interesting Movie of the Fortnight feature, and then we discuss Noah Baumbach’s latest film The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected), which, as we all agreed on, was…

Structure
00:00 – 03:11 Introductions
03:11 – 31:02 Interesting Movie of the Fortnight: Possession (1981), Thor: Ragnarok (2017), and Stranger Things (Season 2)
31:04 – 01:01:56 Main Discussion: The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected)
01:01:57 – 01:05:02 Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs
Genius Girl, by Adam Sandler and Grace Van Patten
Across the Universe, by Scorpions


Feel free to give us your feedback on our facebook page or via email (acrosstheuniversepodcast@gmail.com). You can also find us on twitter under @Nikhat_Z, @RVTblog and @MettelRay.

Our episodes are free to download and listen on iTunes, and all our previous episodes are available here on the blog — so scroll through the archive and have fun!

Share your thoughts on The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) in the comments!

And let us know what did you think of the movie and did you like Adam Sandler’s performance?

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Episode 62: Weinstein Scandal + Scary Non-Horror Movies

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October is wrapping itself up, and true to its Halloween nature, it has been hell of a scary month. With the Weinstein scandal being widely discussed in the media, the chicks with accents give their thoughts on the matter in their new segment called Flicking the News. Later, we discuss three scary non-horror movies and whether they are scary due to their meaning or their sociological impact.

Structure
00:00 – 17:29 Flicking the News: Weinstein
17:30 – 01:12:17 Main Discussion: Non-Horror Scary Movies
01:12:13 – 01:20:20 Plugs and Goodbyes


 
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Share your thoughts on the Weinstein scandal.
Let us know if you agree on our three scary non-horror picks, and what would be yours, in the comments!

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Episode 61: The New Chick + Best Marvel Movies

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After saying goodbye to Mette, the Across the Universe Podcast returns with a new format and a new chick with accent! Listen to Episode 61 to find out who she is, as we reveal our Top 3 Marvel Movies, in anticipation of Thor: Ragnarok. It’s quite a big one because we got super excited – can’t really blame us though, it’s a super special episode.

Structure
00:00 – 06:30 – New Chick with Accent Announced!! 
06:31 – 01:30:45 – Main DiscussionTop 3 Marvel Movies
01:30:46 – 01:42:00 – The Future of Marvel
01:42:01 – 01:47:19 – Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs
Feels, by Calvin Harris
I Want You Back, by Jackson 5, from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 1
Across the Universe, by Scorpions

Feel free to give us your feedback on our facebook page or via email (acrosstheuniversepodcast@gmail.com). You can also find us on twitter under @Nikhat_Z, @RVTblog and LISTEN TO FIND OUT 😜

Our episodes are free to download and listen on iTunes, and all our previous episodes are available here on the blog — so scroll through the archive and have fun!

Did you guess who she was?
Share your thoughts and own Top 3 Marvel Movies in the comments!

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Episode 59: On The Waterfront (1954)

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In this episode we talk about On The Waterfront, the Best Picture Oscar winner that got the most votes on our poll! Elia Kazan’s iconic drama about the former prize-fighter Terry Malloy is on pretty much everyone’s all-time best movies list – but did we all like this classic of the 50s? Listen to the episode to find out! 😜

We’ve been having some technical difficulties,
so there’s an echo in the recording, sorry. We’re trying to fix it! 

Structure
00:00 – 02:43 – Chick-chatter and Introductions
02:43 – 03:23 – LPN Trailer
03:24 – 17:44 – Interesting Movie of the Fortnight
17:45 – 43:35 – Main Discussion: On The Waterfront, 1954 
43:35 – 48:07 – Plugs and Goodbyes

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Waterfront, by Simple Minds
Across the Universe, by In December

 

Give us your feedback on our facebook page or via email (acrosstheuniversepodcast@gmail.com). You can find us on twitter under @Nikhat_Z, @filmflareblog and @mettekowalski.

Our episodes are free to download and listen on iTunes; all our previous episodes are available here on the blog — so scroll through the archive and have fun!

Thank you to everyone who voted on our poll! Have you seen On The Waterfront? What did you think of it?