Podcast by Thursday Audio Entertainment
FB5 - Titan AE13/01/2017 Duração: 23min
It's the movie that ended Don Bluth's career as a film director and convinced Fox to give up on the whole animation thing. Not to mention convincing all of Hollywood to rescue Matt Damon, instead of letting him rescue us. Yes, it's 'Titan AE' with a genuinely star-studded cast and $100m loss, does this bold experiment in mixing hand-drawn and CG animation deserve it's place in the hall of shame or should you dust this bad boy off and give it another shot? Za'chary and Ariane are about to find out.
FB4 - Cutthroat Island29/12/2016 Duração: 35min
Once the Guinness record holder for biggest Hollywood flop, 'Cutthroat Island' is a legend of bad movies; a story producers tell their children to make them behave. But does this ultra-expensive swashbuckler live down to the legend? Za'chary and Ariane are about to find out.
#3 - Lolita15/12/2016 Duração: 32min
Za'chary and Ariane are taking a creepy road trip with the world's most famous pedophile: Humbert Humbert. It's 1997's 'Lolita' from the director of such iconic erotic thrillers as 'Fatal Attraction', '9 1/2 Weeks' and 'Indecent Proposal'. With a $62m budget and a $1m gross, this is the bomb that sank Adrian Lyne's career; but was it a bad movie or just bad luck?
#2 - Rise of the Guardians01/12/2016 Duração: 41min
Za'chary and Ariane take on the movie that almost sank DreamWorks animation. It was the first time in a decade that a studio had lost money on an animated picture, resulting in an $83m write-down and a company-wide restructuring that got350 people fired. But is it really as bad as that sounds? Za'chary and Ariane are about to find out on Floppy Bombs.
#1 - Driven17/11/2016 Duração: 30min
Floppy Bombs is a movie review podcast where our brave hosts, Za'chary Westbrook & Ariane Desgagnes-Leclerc, watch Hollywood's biggest flops to find out if they deserve their ignominious reputation or if their poor box office take was a grave injustice. #1 - Driven Za'chary and Ariane buckle up for Sylvester Stallone's ode to Formula One racing. Starring: some blonde kid, the oncologist from 'House', a German, that one model that was a big deal in 2001 and then kind of vanished, Burt Reynolds in a wheel chair and Gina Gershon.