See You Next Wednesday

Episode 141 – The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 & Beastly

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It’s time for Episode 141 of See You Next Wednesday, as Casey and Dan head to the theaters to see The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1. Is the latest entry in this blockbuster franchise worth a hoot, or is it something we should sit back and mock? They find out, all while Greg sits at home and suffers through Beastly, a Beauty and the Beast re-imagining that has him screaming – for more? Listen in to find out!

Plus, we kick our legs out in the Itty Bitty Tid Bit Commitee, and talk about Jurassic World, Star Wars teaser trailer insanity, The Stand branching off into four standalone flicks, and so much more. Of course, we’ll also be heading back to 9021Oh Yeah! Relay for another round, so  you’ll want to hang out right until the end!

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  • See You Next Wednesday

    All I will say is that it bumbled its way into a funny line or two. The rest is revealed next Wednesday!!

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  • David Followes

    Not even, “SHUT YOUR HOLE, PUKE!!!”

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  • See You Next Wednesday

    I guarantee you I did not!

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  • David Followes

    And now you’re knockin’ on Paradise Alley? I just watched this recently for the 1978 Dew Over because it was a favorite of mine at the time. Granted I didn’t include it with my nominations for best picture, but it sure is still fun to watch. Think of it as a live action cartoon and I guarantee you’ll enjoy it!

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  • See You Next Wednesday

    Ah, well then we’ll have to check it out!

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  • David Followes

    You should revisit The Siege. I found the script to be very smart and terrifyingly accurate considering the film was released 3 years before the events of 9/11. The film predicts exactly how the US would react to a large scale terrorist attack and allows us to see who the real bad guy would be.

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  • Brian VonSoffel

    There was an extended interview with the person who will direct “The Stand” on the most recent episode of the “Hollywood Babble-On” podcast, he also directed “The Fault in our Stars” apparently.

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