The Film Room Two film geeks pay tribute to and take apart hollywood bit by bit. Austin and Albert are The Film Room. New episode every week!

July 18, 2013  
This week, Austin and Albert have a rather Looney chat about two movies featuring characters that shaped their childhoods. One a classic, one an oddity, we're talking Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Space Jam!

In these two live-action-mixed-with-animation films, why did one work and one not? What defining factors made the difference? Why is Lola Bunny so terrible, and Jessica Rabbit so great? Can modern interpretations of the Looney Tunes work? These questions and more will be pondered and possibly answered in Send In The 'Toons!

Opening remix: "Who Slammed Roger Rabbit" by Albert Wiltfong
...I'm so sorry.
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"Charles" the dog's freaky cartoon eyes:


Disturbing motivational poster:

Side-by-side Lola from Space Jam and Looney Tunes Show:


Roger Rabbit Shorts:


Ending songs: 
"Smile Darn Ya, Smile" from the Roger Rabbit Soundtrack
and
"We Are In Love" - Lola Bunny and Bugs Bunny from The Looney Tunes Show

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July 4, 2013  

It's Kaiju time!


This week, Albert and Austin are joined by fellow podcaster Will Binns to discuss the film that introduced the greatest movie moster of all time, 1954's Gojira! Join us as we discuss the film, what makes Godzilla such a great movie monster, and the legacy that the giant lizard has left in his wake.

Bring on the monsters!


Will's Skype pic

Will's Podcast:

Will's Twitter: @OmegaWill

Opening: Gojira (1954) opening credits

Soundtrack bed: Score from Godzilla: The Series, Cloverfield, Pacific Rim, King Kong (2005), and predominantly Godzilla vs. Mecha Godzilla.

Closing Song: "Godzilla" by Blue Oyster Cult

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Next Time: Space Jam and Who Framed Roger Rabbit!

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