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Episode 71: Good Actors in Bad Movies

Ep 71 Good Actors in Bad Movies

Every now and then we find a really great actor (or really cute one) that has us aching to watch ALL of his/her movies – even the bad ones. Because if they’re in them, how bad can they really be?

Find out just how BAD it can get when actors like Jake Gyllenhaal, Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender (featured not once but TWICE here) or Ryan Gosling star in some of the worst movies we’ve ever seen.

There was a problem with one of our mics in this episode, so we’re sorry the audio quality isn’t the best. The issue is now fixed, so future recordings will sound crystal clear.

Structure
00:00 – 03:00 Introductions
03:01 – 22:00 Interesting Movie of the Fortnight: October (2018), Tomb Raider (2018), and Gifted (2017)
22:01 – 01:41:36 Main Discussion: Our Top 3 Bad Movies Starring Good Actors
01:41:37 – 01:51:13 Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs
Bad Romance, by Lady Gaga
Bad, by Michael Jackson
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 own picks in the comments!

On the next episode: Avengers: Infinity War

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Episode 70: Annihilation

With Spring looming, the chicks with accents are finally breaking their silence! In other words, our little unexpected hiatus is over. To start off, we all pick something for the Interesting Movie of the Fortnight feature and then, for our main discussion, we talk Annihilation. Sure, we are a little late with the discussion, yes. But we actually recorded this episode a while back, so all our thoughts and opinions you hear are quite fresh. But are they fresh and positive? Find out now!

Structure
00:00 – 02:02 Introductions
02:02 – 19:55 Interesting Movie of the Fortnight: Death of Stalin (2017), Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (Season 1-3), and The Crown (Season 1)
19:55 – 58:30 Main Discussion: Annihilation
58:30 – 01:04:31 Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs
The Mark (Interlude), by Moderat 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 Annihilation in the comments!

And let us know if you read the book and what did you think of Annihilation as an adaptation?

Episode 69: It’s Our Annual Oscar Special!

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It’s that time of the year again: the Oscars are just around the corner, and every movie buff has an opinion! Which means, it’s time for our Annual Oscar Special. Listen on for all our thoughts on this year’s contenders, between expectations, predictions, and weird pronunciations of Christopher Nolan.

Structure:
00:00:00 – 00:03:20 Introductions
00:03:21 – 01:46:00 Main Discussion: The 2018 Academy Awards (Predictions and Expectations)
01:46:01 – 01:53:54 Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs:
Mystery of Love, by Sufjan Stevens
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 own thoughts this year’s Oscars!

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Episode 68: Welcome to Estonia

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To celebrate Estonia’s 100th birthday (and Getter’s own anniversary!), we watched the movie that was voted number one Estonian movie, Kevade (1969). With a brief introduction about the country and its culture, the main discussion focuses on the European classic, and goes on to some very interesting plugs you don’t want to miss!

Structure:
00:00:00 – 00:02:47 Introductions
00:02:48 – 00:19:10 Welcome to Estonia – The Country, The People, The Movies
00:19:11 – 00:41:30 Main Discussion: Kevade (or: Spring) (1969)
00:41:31 – 00:51:05 Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs:
The Sun (Welcome to Estonia), by Tanel Padar
Salve Regina, by Arvo Part
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 own thoughts on Estonia, Kevade, or any other estonian movie you’ve seen!

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Episode 67: I’m CEO, Bitch

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It’s been seven years and it’s still not okay. On February 27th 2011, we watched in horror as The King’s Speech took home the Oscar for Best Picture at the 83rd Academy Awards. An Oscar that belonged to David Fincher’s The Social Network – right?!

Well you guys voted, and so in Episode 67 we revisit the woes of a generation to see if this once perfect movie has stood the test of time, and still remains the one true winner.

Structure:
00:00:00 – 00:02:14 Introductions
00:02:15 – 00:32:53 Interesting Movie of the Fortnight Feature: Padmaavat (2018) , Laggies (2014), Mother! (2017)
00:32:54 – 01:11:29 Main Discussion: The Social Network (2010)
01:11:30 – 01:15:48 Plugs and Goodbyes

Songs:
Hand Covers Bruise, by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
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 own thoughts on The Social Networks, or other nominees you think should’ve taken that BP Oscar home!