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BEVERLY HILLS -- Several survivors of Discoverya€™s hit reality show a€?Naked and Afraida€? insisted to TV critics at the TCA Press Tour Wednesday that a€?nakeda€? is the least significant part of the experience. The premise of the show is that a man and a woman a€“ strangers a€“ are sent into a wilderness environment with no food or water and must survive for 21 days. It was Discoverya€™s all-time highest rated premiere when it launched last season, with four million viewers. Executive producer Steve Rankin said stripping the contestants of their clothes does have a psychological impact.
The contestants said that while they were all experienced survivalists, they also did some preparation for the show.
When the contestants were asked a€?what was the most messed-up thing you did in the wilderness,a€? Rupert said, a€?Nothing was messed up, really.
Contestants dona€™t win a prize for surviving, but they do get paid for their filming time. The Discovery series' success has spawned other a€?nakeda€? shows, including VH1a€™s upcoming naked dating show. In Episode 184 of Movie Podcast Weekly, your favorite podcast hosts bring you four Feature Reviews of Eye in the Sky and I Saw the Light and My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 and Against the Wild: Survive the Serengeti. Episode 185 when Ryan is in Utah, and your four hosts record together for the very first time!
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Have to agree with you Batman VS Superman Dawn of Justice, was just okay and if you not a DC guy you may not like it. I was thinking the same thing about ROTJ while listening to the show, and I second your thoughts on originality.
The second Death Star from ROTJ is mere trifles compared to the plot rehashing that is going on in TFA.

The filmmakers could have followed similar themes from the original Star Wars, Flash Gordon, etc., while still providing a bit more creativity in their story telling.
I do agree that the film is as much a reboot as it is a sequel but I believe that was probably intentional given how long it’s been since ROTJ. I think they need to go with CG augmented practicals or it’s going to look pretty bad. But regardless of your opinion of that episode, I still think passing judgement on highly-serialized dramatic content after watching a single episode of a show is completely fruitless. I doubt I’ll actually watch the whole thing, but there are a few nice synchronous-ish moments in that first eight minutes. Also, I know many people have noted the frequent use of slo-mo in BvS, but it’s not something that I really noticed. I think, though, that an objective observation can be made that for the general movie-going audience, there is a certain kind of expectation (justified or not) for superhero films as of late.
I love the Dark Knight trilogy, as dark and edgy as it often was, and audiences embraced that as well. It wasn’t just the slo-mo in BvS (of which there definitely are several examples), but that some of the sequences, especially earlier on, were just slooooow.
In this week’s episode of Surviving the Wild, host Jake Nodar and special guest, Kimberly Wise (one of his co-stars in Out of the Wild) attempt such fashion projects as a duct tape bikini, a sexy fur headdress, and a grape leaf loincloth.
She also said that unlike most TV performers who try to lose weight when they know their body will be exposed on camera, a€?I gained about 10 pounds to store more protein.a€? An episode of a€?Naked and Afraida€™ that was filmed in Cambodia. The producers of a€?Naked and Afraida€? downplayed any sense they had pushed an envelope or helped launch a trend.
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The one with the second Death Star that’s really, really similar to the first Death Star.
The Force Awakens is a great movie, but it borrows so much from the plot of the original Star Wars! They definitely decided to play it safe and emphasise their influence from the OT (probably to quell worries that we might have another PT on our hands) but I feel like they were successful in making a good film that belongs in the Star Wars universe. In a way I feel like they needed to make TFA so familiar to lay the foundations for some more unexpected stuff.

Once he gets on one of these crusades against element X of said film, there’s really nothing anyone can say to sway him from his course. If anything, with The Force Awakens, it makes me feel a little sad for him that he isn’t able to overlook the similar story beats and fully enjoy the delightful film that it really is. After watching the special features and their reasoning for going motion capture with Maz, my guess is they’ll go motion capture. Would you pick up “War and Peace” (or any well-respected novel), read a single chapter, and then believe that your opinion of it had much weight? The first knock against BvS that you leveled was that it’s dark and dour, but for people who prefer darker tones in film, that could be seen as a plus.
And as interesting as the advertising stuff often was (and the show put more or less focus on it at different points during it’s run), you have to accept that the show was also trying (usually successfully, although not always) to be both a historical reflection of the tumultuous decade that started the post-WW II decline of the United States (it starts in 1960 and ends in 1970), as well as a metaphor, as embodied in the character and arc of Don Draper, of how things went wrong.
I’d submit that Andy hates colorful, toothless Marvel superhero movies more than just superhero movies in general.
Why does ROTJ get away with such gross repetitiveness while TFA is the constant target of your denigration even though its own incarnation of a Death Star is actually far more removed from the original than the second one was.
TFA is a transitional film; It would have been too risky to start a new trilogy with a whole bunch of crazy new ideas right off the bat. However, it’s important to note that the dream sequences almost universally served as fan-service for comic book wonks. It’s okay, and the element of Don Draper discovering the answer to the current advertising problem is really interesting and a cool hook each time.
In those respects, it was the progenitor of a new show which was very similar in many respects, and was also well-critiqued and talked-about: The People v.
Better to re-establish the familiar, tried and tested elements and then go nuts in the sequels. That’s why most content producers send out the first 3-5 episodes to TV critics for review. Why let an obsession with one facet of a film ruin your appreciation of a fun, action packed, emotionally charged, well acted, beautifully realised adventure?

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