I apologize for the lack of posts recently, I’ve been very busy at work this week and have had other things in the works that I wasn’t able to work on until this weekend. I’ve got a great post coming up in a day or two so keep an eye out. Until then, here’s another great episode of the Why Haven’t You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is an old friend of mine, Joel who asks me why I haven’t seen Brokeback Mountain, Ang Lee’s epic tale of forbidden love between two cowboys in the 60’s. And I ask him why he hasn’t seen Megamind, a great animated comedy that turns the concept of a supervillain on its head.
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It’s finally time for me to begin assembling for the Avengers, and while many people try to forget this installment of the franchise and it was made before Marvel decided to make all the movies lead up to a big crossover movie event, it is generally considered that The Incredible Hulk is a sequel and not a reboot. So by this theory I decided to watch this version of the Hulk first to refresh my memory before heading into its sequel. On top of that, it’s a great chance for me to once again become involved with the LAMB and their Lamb’s in the Director’s Chair. This time around the director is Ang Lee who at the time seemed like a very interesting choice to take on The Hulk. He had just come off of his acclaimed and popular Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and it was thought that he would bring a unique take on the Hulk, and he definitely did do that even if it might not have been a good thing.