The RotCast Episode #46 – Harry’s Moon Food, Whatever

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Or… Nepotism.
Or… They Took Our Jobs!
Or… IMDB – The Internet’s Best Kept Secret.
Or… We Don’t Like to Brag, But We’re Pretty Big in Australia.

~~ Show Notes ~~
00:00:00 – Intro
00:07:05 – Moon & Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
00:49:04 – Food, Inc. & Whatever Works
01:35:46 – Whatcha’ Watchin?
   • James reviews the British film In the Loop
   • Dave props up the horromedy flick Severance
   • James reviews The Great Buck Howard (John Malkovich, Steve Zahn, Colin Hanks)
   • Dave reviews Backwoods (Haley Duff)
   • True Blood: the only current TV show James looks forward to
   • Our complaints with Weeds
   • Big Brother: Dave’s guilty pleasure
   • Andrea reviews My Sister’s Keeper (Cameron Diaz, Alec Baldwin, Abigail Breslin)
   • Andrea gives the scoop on Torchwood: Children of Earth
02:32:09 – Goodbyes

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17 Responses to The RotCast Episode #46 – Harry’s Moon Food, Whatever

  1. Dave says:

    Given all the errors in this post, the first 7 minutes of the show are highly ironic. :)

  2. James says:

    I fixed one of the errors, but I think I’m going to keep the other one. I kind of like it, and I really couldn’t give a cool shite if it’s inaccurate.

  3. Dave says:

    Lazy ass, tell the truth. ;p

  4. Dom says:

    For all the Australian listeners, Moon is out here in Australia on the 3rd of September. I’m looking forward to it.

  5. James says:

    @dom See… AUSTRALIA. ‘Nuff said. =)

    BTW, I’m watching “Knowing” this week, just for you.

  6. Andrea says:

    So I was counting the episodes I have been doing and this one was number 13!!! Lucky 13!!! I just want to thank James and Dave for letting me be me on the Rotcast!!!!! i really enjoy doing this show with you guys!

  7. Goon says:

    show made me very eager to see In the Loop

  8. Goon says:

    I saw Moon for the second time yesterday. It’s just as good if not better, the subtleties are amazing. Didnt notice the first time one of Sam’s plants is named Ripley :P

  9. Grundy says:

    Moon was a great movie, you guys really got to revisit it in a few months so we could get down bringing up spoilers.

    I can’t wait to see In the Loop, if shit goes good I should be seeing it some time next month. I was going to see Thirst next week but for some fucking reason the theater took it off its Coming Soon list.

  10. Dave says:

    That’s that vampire Korean flick, right? From the guy who did the Vengeance trilogy? Yeah, if so, I wanna see that too.

  11. Goon says:

    Dave – question: why the hell was it called Sorcerers Stone in the US instead of Philosophers Stone? I just found out that for that movie anytime someone said “philosopher’s” they reshot the scene saying “Sorcerer’s” for the US and the US only. why bother?

  12. Grundy says:

    The one and the same, I completely forgot about it until they showed the red band trailer in front of Moon.

  13. Grundy says:

    Goon, from what I can guess it probably comes down to the studio thinking American’s are too dumb to know what a philosopher’s stone is and thinking it’s a movie about wizard’s so use the word sorcerer instead.

  14. Dave says:

    What Grundy said, except it also applied to the book that was published years before the movie ever came out. Pretty goddamned ridiculous if you ask me.

  15. Chris says:

    My idea was that Philosophy, logic, reasoning, and the like are so foreign to most Americans as to be almost akin to magic. Because of this, the suits releasing the book thought the title change to be nothing more than swapping synonyms.

  16. Goon says:

    I forget though if there was actually any time where it was important whether the stone came from a philosopher or a sorcerer in particular.

  17. Dave says:

    Well the Philosopher’s Stone is a well known (sorta) legend from our real history.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosopher's_stone

    A Sorcerer’s Stone is completely fictitious. Even the wiki entry redirects to Philosopher’s Stone.

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