FORCED PERSPECTIVE, Ep.82 – The Resurgence of the Ghostbusters (w/Special Guest DENNIN)

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After another long hiatus, FORCED PERSPECTIVE has returned to the airwaves! SportsGuy515 and Adolfo are back to discuss anything and everything in film. On this episode (which was recorded in mid-July 2016), the duo continue their trek through Summer 2016 with reviews of The Conjuring 2, Finding Dory, Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates, The Purge: Election Year, The Secret Life of Pets, and Ghostbusters. And to kick off the show, the one and only DENNIN drops by to join in the discussion on Independence Day: Resurgence. PLUS: the disappointment of Independence Day: Resurgence, the hype/controversy surrounding Ghostbusters, the greatness of Frank Grillo in The Purge: Election Year, a quick discussion on the extended cut of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, and more!

OVER 2 HOURS OF GREAT FILM DISCUSSION! DOWNLOAD/STREAM NOW!!! NEXT WEEK, DRAVEN RETURNS FOR THE SUMMER 2016 WRAP-UP SHOW!


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SportsGuy515

SportsGuy515

Cinephile extraordinaire, a budding filmmaker, and host of Forced Perspective. A resident of NY/NJ, he spends most of his time looking for new movies to watch and learning the craft of filmmaking. You’ve probably also seen him hanging around Madison Square Garden and Yankee Stadium at some point. If you see him approach your movie theater, be sure to let him in – he’s the guy in the Yankees cap!
SportsGuy515

About SportsGuy515

Cinephile extraordinaire, a budding filmmaker, and host of Forced Perspective. A resident of NY/NJ, he spends most of his time looking for new movies to watch and learning the craft of filmmaking. You’ve probably also seen him hanging around Madison Square Garden and Yankee Stadium at some point. If you see him approach your movie theater, be sure to let him in – he’s the guy in the Yankees cap!
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