This week on #AtlanticSC, Jason and Lee tackle one of the most divisive movies of 2016, Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot. The movie stars Sony products such as Vaio, Blu-ray, and also others secretly owned by Sony such as Coca-Cola, H&M (who collaborate with Coca-Cola), Hi-C, and Pringles.
You voted for it on the #AtlanticSC Twitter poll (claiming 53%), so this week Jason and Lee discuss Akira Kurosawa’s classic epic, Seven Samurai. The film was released in 1954 and stars Toshiro Mifune and Takeshi Shimura.
Jason and Lee revisit a childhood classic on episode 7 of the #AtlanticSC podcast: Terminator 2 Judgment Day (1991). The film was directed by James Cameron and stars Earl Boen, Jenette Goldstein and Don and Dan Stanton.
On Episode 6 of the ASC Podcast, Jason and Lee discuss 1971’s Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Lee explains how Willy Wonka is characterized as only half an adult, while Jason has a bone to pick with literary critics. The film was directed by Mel Stuart and stars the Wonka Bar and the late, great Gene Wilder.
Although Jason and Lee both really enjoyed Captain America Civil War (2016), on Episode 5 of the Atlantic Screen Connection podcast, they get very nit picky about the film. Captain America Civil War (2016) is directed by the Russo Brothers and stars Don Cheadle, Marisa Tomei, Emily VanCamp, and Hope Davis.
Episode 4 of #AtlanticSC finds Jason and Lee gushing over John Carney’s indie wonder, Sing Street. The film stars a series of newcomers as well as Little Finger from Game of Thrones and Vera Bates from Downton Abbey. Thanks for listening! Be sure to come talk film with us!