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See You In Five is a weekly film review show with a cultural/historical bent. Every week we review a film released exactly five years ago, continuing our discussion beyond the film itself and onto the pop-cultural trends that both preceded and followed it.
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Feb 27, 2015

In case any of you are following along, watching the films with us as we revisit 2010, here are the movies we'll be covering in March.

Mar. 6 (Ep. #9): Alice In Wonderland, originally released Friday, Mar. 5, 2010.

Mar. 13 (Ep. #10): Remember Me, originally released Friday, Mar. 12, 2010.

Mar. 20 (Ep. #11): Diary Of A Wimpy Kid, originally released Friday, Mar. 19, 2010.

Mar. 27 (Ep. #12): How To Train Your Dragon, originally released Friday, Mar. 26, 2010.

If you do decide to watch along with us, please let us know what you think of the films by e-mailing us at seeyoupodcast@gmail.com

Enjoy the show!

Feb 27, 2015

In this episode, Nic & Miles revisit Kevin Smith's throwback buddy-cop comedy Cop Out, starring Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan, and Seann William Scott. We discuss the nuances of parody, the buddy-cop genre, and the trajectory of Kevin Smith's career in addition to an in-depth review of the film itself.

Music for this episode:

"Bad Boys" by Inner Circle

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Feb 20, 2015

In this episode, Miles & Nic revisit Martin Scorsese's noir-infused psychological drama Shutter Island, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, and Ben Kingsley. We discuss creative editing techniques, emotional logic versus plot logic, and Scorsese's recent work in addition to an in-depth review of the film itself.

Music for this episode:

"Crazy" by Patsy Cline

Feb 13, 2015

In this episode Nic & Miles revisit Joe Johnston's gothic horror remake The Wolfman, starring Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins, Emily Blunt and Hugo Weaving. We discuss the film's troubled production, the concept of making a blockbuster out of a horror film, and Universal's attempts to rebrand their classic monsters in addition to an in-depth review of the film itself.

Music for this episode:

"Werewolves Of London" by Warren Zevon

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Feb 6, 2015

In this episode, Miles & Nic revisit Lasse Hallström's long-distance romance drama Dear John, starring Channing Tatum, Amanda Seyfried, Henry Thomas and Richard Jenkins. We discuss character development, Tatum's career and the use of real life disorders in film for dramatic effect in addition to an in-depth review of the film itself.

 

Music for this episode:

"Communication Breakdown" by Roy Orbison.

 

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