Filmwhys #48 Bad Boys and Whiteout

Episode 48 of the Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is DJ Valentine from Simplistic Reviews who asks me why I haven’t seen Bad Boys, one of the few great films from Michael Bay that really makes good use of the explosions and the buddy cop formula to help in Will Smith’s rise to stardom. And in return, I ask him why he hasn’t seen Whiteout, a 2009 under the radar thriller set in Antarctica based on a graphic novel.

48 White Boys

Click here to listen, or as always you can listen and subscribe to the show through iTunes, Stitcher, or PodOmatic and as always I appreciate it if you give the show a like, thumbs up, and a review however you listen. I also have a Filmwhys page in the main menu of this site where you can read the origins, find information on how to be a guest on the show, and also the show archives where the shows go to (eventually) after they are rotated off of the regular PodOmatic feed. Until next time, this has been Bubbawheat for Flights, Tights, and Movie Nights.

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About Bubbawheat

I'm a comic book movie enthusiast who has watched and reviewed over 300 superhero and comic book movies in the past four years, my goal is to continue to find and watch and review every superhero movie ever made.

Posted on February 25, 2015, in Podcasts and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. How do you record your podcasts with guests? Because clearly you really never have them with you live, but rather on skype or something. I ask because I am thinking of trying to make podcasts.

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