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Movie B.S. with Bayer and Snider, Episode 239: ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings,’ ‘Top Five’

12 December 2014 2:13 PM, PST

[Note: There’s a slight echo on Eric’s voice on this one. We didn’t know it was being recorded that way, and we couldn’t remove it from the recording after the fact. We’re sorry. You get used to it after a minute.]

0:00-1:50 – Hello! We are your hosts

1:50-13:05 – “Exodus: Gods and Kings” review

13:05-24:40 – “Top Five” review

24:40-26:15 – A sidebar on Aaron Paul

26:15-41:20 – Qotw (other Bible stories to make movies out of)

41:20-42:25 – No Qotw this week

42:25-44:35 – We gotta cut this one short; recap

Qotw: Let’s all brainstorm some Question of the Week topics, eh?


Exodus: Gods and Kings”: C- 5/10

Top Five”: B 6/10

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‘The Imitation Game’ Interview with Writer Graham Moore & Director Morten Tyldum

9 December 2014 3:48 PM, PST

The incredible story of genius Alan Turing finally comes to public light with The Imitation Game, a revelatory representation of an essential chapter in World War II that was lost for horrific reasons. Benedict Cumberbatch leads the film as Turing with a fine performance, and stars opposite Keira Knightley playing a female companion of Turing, alongside talents like Matthew Goode and Mark Strong. The film is adapted from the Andrew Hodges book “Alan Turing: The Enigma” by Graham Moore, and directed by Morten Tyldum.

Moore is a debut screenwriter with Chicago roots, and received acclaim for his novel “The Sherlockian,” released in 2010. He is lined up next to adapt Erik Larson’s “Devil in the White City” into the highly-anticipated vehicle for Leonardo DiCaprio.

Tyldum is a Norwegian director on the rise, who caught the attention of viewers with his bonkers adaptation of Jo Nesbø’s Headhunters, starring Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Aksel Hennie. »

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