See You Next Wednesday

Episode 178 – Straight Outta Compton & Are We There Yet?

Straight Outta Compton

We’re back again, with another episode of See You Next Wednesday!

This week, Greg and Dan checked out Straight Outta Compton, the highly anticipated biopic about legendary rappers N.W.A. and their rise to fame as well as subsequent contract disputes. Does the box-office success come at a price of smoothing over their storied history, or is it a gold-record success? Then, Casey checks out Are We There Yet? which found Ice Cube at his most family-friendly. And finally, we discuss Sean Price‘s album Mic Tyson.

But first, we’re talking about movie news and catching up on what we’ve been watching, including Aloha, The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Creep, Demitri Martin Live* at the time…. and much more!

Instead of 9021Oh Yeah Relay! this week, we’ve got a sneak peak at the first episode of Melrose Place, so you don’t want to miss out on that!

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  • Brian Paul Klein

    What if they went super dark with the spiderman with Craven and he was played by Daniel Day Lewis?! That would be banana school

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  • Mike de Raaf

    I think the tidbits are great. You guys bring up a lot of interesting movies and news. Keep them as long as you need to talk about things you want to talk about.

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  • Matt Brown

    Richard Marquand!

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  • Tony D’Amico

    I’m gonna write this hear only because I figure he will read it, I love Matt Brown, been listening to MAMO! For years but in Casey’s words, he can go fuck himself. Obviously joking, but I think the length of the show is pretty great i listen while driving my forklift at work, but I also listen to Cinecast and Filmjunk, 2 podcasts that almost always go over 2 hours sometimes over 3. Whatever you guys end up doing it doesn’t matter I’ll listen I’ll just have to find a 12th podcast about film to listen to at work to fill time. Our just start my own

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