Philip Seymour Hoffman - Almost Famous

It’s only natural that we discuss Philip Seymour Hoffman and the powerful work he left behind this week. We’ll also take the opportunity to think on other outstanding acting talents that we can be thankful for and celebrate some of our favorite Hoffman roles.

Plus, FILM CRITIC HULK joins us to debate our movie fan baggage about remakes on the precipice of a new RoboCop, and Film.com‘s Will Goss drops by to play a thrilling round of Infinity Questions.

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On This Week’s Show:

  • The American President [0:00 –  3:30]
  • Frogs Falling From The Sky [3:30 – 17:30]
  • Name-Recognition (w/ FILM CRITIC HULK) [17:30 – 37:00]
  • Infinity Questions (w/ Will Goss) [37:00 – 54:00]
  • Heroes of the Week [54:00 – 56:00]

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