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TFR Ep. 137: Lawless, Rest Of 2012 Preview, Inventory Of Our Most Anticipated Films Left In 2012

Chris Scalzo


It's films like these that I struggle with.  I was at a crossroad.  Tom Hardy, Guy Pearce, Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska, (and maybe Gary Oldman?) directed by John Hillcoat that did the awesome 'The Proposition', and the good, 'The Road'.  Sounds good so far.  Then there's Shia LaBouf.  A fine actor, sure, but a screen presence that just grates on me.  But surely I'm professional enough to not let that get in my way of enjoying this, right?  It's clearly all set up for us to love.  So does Lawless wet our appetite for a bootlegging, prohibition area thrill ride?  Or would we be better off going blind from some bath tub swill.  We'll review the big releases on Blu-ray & DVD for Tuesday, September 11th.  We also have our big Rest of 2012 preview, plus an Inventory of Our Five Most Anticipated Films set for release this year.  So settle in for a super-sized, whiskey filled episode of your 3rd favorite movie podcast.  We're The First Run.

Download the show from iTunes here: Episode 137

Or stream the show now by clicking here: PLAY!

00:00-13:01: Intro/Lawless
13:02-19:22: Blu-Ray & DVD Picks
19:23-47:53: The Rest Of 2012 Preview
47:54-1:09:31: Inventory Of Our Most Anticipated Films Left In 2012
1:09:32-1:12:41: Wrap Up

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