FadCast Ep. 19 talks Selma & Golden Globes

FadCast Selma MLK

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FadCast Episode 19

Episode Breakdown:

POOYA: You are listening to FilmFad.Com’s FadCast: episode 19
RYAN: With special guest, Film Fad writer and connoisseur of Neapolitan ice cream, Mike
POOYA: Today we’ll talk about MLK’s historical March to Montgomery with “Selma”
RYAN: And giddily gush about the titillating nominations for the upcoming Golden Globes
POOYA: You’ll hear all that and more, So let’s get started.

(Intro Music break)

New “Chappie” trailer(~8)
• Thoughts on the new trailer
• Discussion of the success of the film

Selma Review from Mike & Ryan (~11)
• Discussion of the cinematic triumphs and flaws of the film
• Historical inaccuracies regarding President Lyndon Johnson

Golden Globe Awards Discussion and Picks (~14)
• Our picks for the 2015 Golden Globes

(Outro Music break)

Ryan

Author: Ryan

Ryan has been fascinated with film and pop culture since childhood. Throughout college he "played it safe" taking the more lucrative route of being a computer programmer while squeezing in film related courses where he could...but even during his post college career, he could never escape his true passion. After following one of his favorite blogs for a long time, he approached the site's Editor about writing and they reluctantly gave him a shot. He later became their Senior Writer which led to a variety of other projects, radio show appearances, features, and high profile celebrity interviews. Despite his success with blogging, he still wanted more so in order to expand his creative addiction, he merged his IT skills and blogging know-how to create FilmFad.com which has continued to grow into a creative Mecca of pop-culture fun and integrity.[email protected]   Film Fad

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