SmashCut Podcast - Episode 13

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This week, we celebrate some cinematic bad-asses, from the tommy gun maniacs in Michael Mann's Public Enemies to the quintessential Man With No Name (or Three Men With Three Different Names.)

*NOTE*: This episode contains music from merge recording artist She and Him. Our only intent is to promote this artist in the context that it is movie related (one of the members is a movie starlet.) To discourage piracy we have kept the file at a measly 96kbps (and in mono I might add) which would hardly be worth your while to keep as an original. We do not own any of the rights to this song. If you enjoyed the song, please run to your local independent record shop and buy this album immediately. It will be worth your while.

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FYI: When downloaded, this is labeled as ep 12 whereas the post labeled ep 12 downloads as ep 1.

"I sing like an amputee - can't hold a note, can't carry a tune."

Erik Ellickson | Mon, 07/27/2009 - 13:04

yeah we've made it a purpose

yeah we've made it a purpose to start a conspiracy theory about our numbering scheme inconsitencies. in the future, tom hanks' nephew will play the lead character as he goes through the podcasts and figures out where buried treasure is.

true story.

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Joseph Rhodes | Mon, 07/27/2009 - 14:40

Patron's Take

Public Enemies was somewhat of a let down. The interrogation scene far and exceeds anything else about the film. That girl is a shoe in for best (supporting?) actress.

Collateral is Mann's best without a doubt.

Sucks I can't counterpoint any of this live as I listen on at 5AM days after the fact. =)

"I sing like an amputee - can't hold a note, can't carry a tune."

Erik Ellickson | Sat, 08/01/2009 - 11:42

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