THE COLLISION: Episode 13 – The First Half of 2012 and THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN

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This week on The Collision, we look back at the films that came out in the first half of 2012, look ahead to what the rest of the year holds, review The Amazing Spider-Man, and discuss the last-minute changes to the final film.  As always, we finish up with our recommendations.

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Adam’s Recommendation: Moonrise Kingdom

Dave’s Recommendation: The Cabin in the Woods

Matt’s Recommendation: Beasts of the Southern Wild

[Correction: In this episode, we say that Wilford Brimley starred on Walker Texas Ranger.  It was actually, Noble Willingham.]

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  • Kai

    Loving “The Collision”!

  • Ric

    Nice work! Fantastic podcast ;) Keep on the good work.

  • Pocketses

    Interesting show to listen to, even though I don’t always agree with the expressed opinions!

    I think 2012 has been stronger than talked about here, and yeah, I believe Amazing Spider-Man was probably the strongest big budget offering of the year for me. Avengers was brilliant, but something really clicked for me with Spider-Man.

    Either way, keep up the great work!

  • Pocketses

    Yep, I just checked…there is NOTHING that makes me want to put a bullet in my brain more than the phrase “Terrence Mallick-like”. The word pretentious was conceived solely for Terrence Mallick.

  • Carlos

    The Cabin in the Woods is the best movie of the year thus far (although I haven’t yet seen Beasts of the Southern Wild).

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