Date #4: “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” with Paul von Stoetzel

This week I go on a date with filmmaker Paul von Stoetzel of Killing Joke films to see the most popcorn of popcorn films: Mission Impossible: Rogue NationIt’s a lively discussion about Tom Cruise and a variety of other filmmakers.

This date was recorded at the bar in the theater, so there’s a little bit of background noise, which I tried to mitigate.

MI: Rogue Nation

Trailers we watched:

  • Star Wars: the Force Awakens
  • The Martian
  • Spectre
  • And a trailer for the Atmos sound system

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(and yes, I forgot to take a photo of Paul and I in the theater)

Date #3: “Terminator: Genisys” with Duck Washington

This week I go on a date with Twin Cities artist Derek “Duck” Washington and we see Terminator: Genisys in 3D IMAX. We talk about the nostalgia as a marketing tool, and what it’s like seeing a movie where you love parts of it, but others? Not so much.
Terminator: Genisys

We also watched the trailers for:

Date #2: “Inside Out” with Amy and Jeremy Stomberg

Double date! with Amy “Hannah Shot First” and Jeremy “John Maddening” Stomberg of the Minnesota Rollergirls. These two are rabid movie-goers and we went to a matinee filled with kids to talk about the new Disney/Pixar film,  Inside Out.

Inside Out

 

We talk about our emotionsseeing  a movie with kids, our relationship with Pixar and my long-running argument with Jeremy about On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.

We also watched the trailers for:

  • Pan
  • Minions
  • Hotel Transylvania 2
  • The Good Dinosaur
  • and the short film that preceded Inside Out: Lava

Let’s go to the movies!

Movie Date with Bill is a podcast about going to the movie theater, see why we do it, and how we respond emotionally to movies.

It’s not a review show, but we will talk about the plot, so consider this a spoiler warning.

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Date #1: “Spy” with Courtney McClean

On my very first date I’m joined by comedian Courtney McClean for the Paul Feig/Melissa McCarthy espionage comedy Spy,  a film neither of us knew very much about before we walked into it and came out loving.

Spy Poster

We also react to the trailers for:

  • Ant-Man
  • Vacation
  • Trainwreck
  • Masterminds
  • American Ultra

A podcast about going to the movies