Television

Ep 231 My Pure Land Review

British-Pakistani director Sarmad Masud’s t MY PURE LAND is this week’s Upodcast Review and it was also announced as Britain’s selection for submission to the Academy Award® in the category of Foreign Language Film .

Based on true events, My Pure Land has been described as a Pakistani western, to break it down for our lovely listener we are joined by Omar Ahmed (@Bressonian) who is a film teacher, PHD Researcher and currently curating the film festival Not Just Bollywood in Manchester

With quite a lot going on with the film, Upod will break down for you:
The photography / cinematography
The patriarchal society & corruption
Some fine performances
Hopes for the debut director
Its narrative structure & how the story plays out

We talk about the previous short movie 2 Dosas in the show which you can find here.

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Ep 216: Spectral Upodcast Review

We recorded this episode during the holidays but never got a chance to post it, so with this UPOD brings you a belated festive cheer!  Returning with a Santa’s sack of new TV to consider Ahmed talks about Hulu Original Shut Eye, Shooter on Netflix and the pilot of the McGyver reboot.( As usual Martin and Asim are generally ignorant about these shows).

Bringing this back to cinema Martin talks about John Carpenter and also the upcoming season of Martin Scorcese films at London’s BFI. (for more information about the Martin Scorcese season head over to the BFI website)

The main event however belongs to a Netflix original: Spectral, which we discuss at length and alsodebate the merits of providing original content via the “new” disruptive players in the marketplace.

Spectral is available on Netflix globally, and here’s the trailer if you have missed out:


Happy 2017!

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Quantico Ep 1 & 2 Upodcast Review

Priyanka Chopra US TV debut Quantico is a big deal! So much so that we needed to dedicate an hour just to dissect the first 2 episodes.

We’re joined by Jay also known as @Bollybrit (Nominated as a finalist in the Best Blog Category at this year’s Asian Media Awards!) who is a pretty big Priyanka Chopra fan and of course Martin who saw her in our first ever Upodcast episode of Kaminey but had lost any recollection of seeing the movie.

We talk about why Quantico is important from a diversity perspective as well as stepping stone for Bollywood. We review the first 2 episode in more detail, speak about the general intrigue, the action set pieces and how it stacks up to contemporary shows like Scandal and How to Get Away from Murder.

We wrap up the podcast by talking about which level of Bingeability the show has and which other actors could possibly make the jump to Hollywood too.

Check out more of Jay’s work on his blog on www.BollyBrit.com

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Sherlock Season 3 and American Hustle Review Upodcast

The game is on..!  Upodcast returns for 2014 with a TV and movie doubleheader.  First up we celebrate the return of Sherlock to our screens.  The long overdue (in our opinion) resolution of the “how did he die but live?” question was so tantalising, more than 9 million Brits tuned-in to the first episode of the 3rd series.  To be fair, both the leads have been off being hobits and Julian Assange so we can excuse the wait, but what of the rest?  We’ll talk you through the last 3 episodes, highs and lows alike and give a little glimpse into the future for those who couldn’t watch the final episode.

Moviewise and making its way to an awards ceremony near you, right now, we have American Hustle.  On the face of it, this has winner written all over it.  Late 70s aesthetic – check, brilliant extended cast – check, based on real-life events – check, story of corruption, betrayal & redemption – check.  So does it deliver?  It does indeed, although not without its flaws.  Let us guide you through one of the most eagerly anticipated films of 2014.  Upod sort of doesn’t do the Oscars if we’re honest, but we can see American Hustle in a 1-on-1 fight with 12 Years a Slave for the Best Film award this year.  And if you’ve ever wondered what Batman with a beer-belly and a very creative comb-over looks like, then the opening scene won’t disappoint.

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R.I.P.D, Marvel’s Agents Of Shield and Captain America: The Winter Soldier Upodcast

The boys are back in town.  And they’re not in a good mood.  Although Martin hasn’t watched TV in about 3 weeks Asim and Ahmed have been tucking into Agents of Shield and that hasn’t gone down very well.  Are hints of the A-Team and guest spots from Nick Fury and Agent Maria Hill enough to keep us tuned-in each week?  Martin is in the midst of some kind quest to find the holy grail of gothic and horror cinema, courtesy of the British Film Institute. 8 movies in 8 days and a mere 17 to go in the next 3 weeks.

So surely there has to be something out there to keep us enthusiastic.  We talk about the new trailer for Captain America: Winter Soldier and what we expect from the coming movie.  Plenty of action (natch) but we could well be seeing the beginnings of one of the less understood and appreciated super heroes being shaped into someone truly 21st century.  And for that we are happy!

Moving on to the week’s feature, RIPD, where to start?  Quite possibly this movie won’t operate at a loss when it’s finished its journey around world cineplexes…but maybe not.  And it wouldn’t be a surprise to know that either.  Can Kevin Bacon act any differently in this than the mobile phone ads he’s in in the UK?  Can Jeff Bridges produce an accent different to True Grit?  Will Ryan Reynolds still be acting in big budget movies in 2 years time?  Tune in for this and more!

 

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Bad Grandpa Review Upodcast

Bad Grandpa is the latest release in the long line of Jackass related features, either TV or movie screen based.  Starring Johnny Knoxville as the aforementioned ill-behaved grandfather. Jeff Tramaine directing and Spike Jonze and  others behind the scenes, return to breathe life into a previously thought dead corpse.

Asim and Martin take a trip across country (London’s massive we’ll have you know) to check out a truly 21st century grandfather-grandson relationship.    Our initial fears about a series of random skits (a la Jackass) being stitched together prove to be unfounded and we’re given quite a thoughtful movie with some genuinely funny and occasionally moving moments.

In other news, Martin talks about how far behind in Breaking Bad he is (no chance of spoilers here folks) and that he is miraculously fully up to date with The Blacklist.  Asim talks about Pacific Rim and how sometimes waiting for the conversation to be over can elevate watching a movie.

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In conversation with Mela.com

This week’s Upodcast is slightly different; instead of talking about a specific we talk about HOW to watch movies. We had the opportunity to talk to Anisha Jhaveri, the marketing coordinator at Mela.com, the brand new South Indian Movie Streaming platform tied into their exclusive release of The Dirty picture.
We talk about Mela’s goals to bring South Asian entertainment to a new and global audience,  we talk nerdily about the perils of subtitling and some of the challenges they face concerning piracy and much much more.

For more of information on Mela’s services go over to their website or the following links:
Facebook
Twitter

Get Mela:  www.mela.com/roku
www.mela.com/ipad
www.mela.com/get-mela

 

Take it away Vidya Balan!

 

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New Thundercats Trailer and 10 minute footage!

Cartoon Network’s reboot of the 80’s animated Show
Thundercats is ready to air on TV in the next few months. And a new trailer and
some footage of how the show looks like have just been released on YouTube.
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Ep 24 LimitLess/ Source Code

Re-Post: Jam Packed Episode of Upodcast this week. We give you 4 movies reviews for the price of zilch! We start of with in-depth review of Bradley Cooper’s first movie as a leading man, Limitless. Did one of our host just pull the race card on Duncan Jones’ Source Code? To wrap the show up we keep our final reviews of the show Scream 4 and Your Higness spoiler-free. This might be one of our funniest shows so listen or download after the jump!

 

 

Shownotes:

  • Limitless
  • Source Code
  • TV shows:
  • Green wing
  • Breaking in
  • What is a Sandwich show?
  • Ahmed Goes Green with an episode of Radiolab- Podcast: “Be Careful What You Plan For”
  • Preview of Green Lantern
  • Apocalyps Now remastered edition
  • Scream 4 (Spoiler Free)
  • Your Higness (Spoiler Free)

Trailers:

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As always let us know what you thought of the show in the comment section below! And drop us an iTunes review if you like what you hear! Thanks for listening!!!

 

EP 23 Paul/ The Man From Nowhere

The most fun fun fun Upodcast team is back. We give our take on Simon Pegg- Nick Frost Sci Fi comedy Paul and the Korean action flick The Man From Nowhere. Is Arnold The Governator making his return to movies and how does this make us feel?  Marty also forces to grow up a little by talking about Truffaut and we catch up on quite a few new and old TV shows. Check out our the New Episode of Upodcast after the jump! It’s deafeningly AWESOME!

 

The Show Notes:

  • Intro
  • The Return of Arnold Schwarzenegger (1.55)
  • Oscars (4.31)
  • Paul (7.55)
  • Movies for Grown ups by Martin: Truffaut at the BFI (12. 35)
  • The Man From Nowhere (17.00)
  • TV (37.10) : Archer, Bob’s Burger, Mr Sunshine, Episodes, The Killing
  • Outro

Trailers:

 

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A list of black actors on Friends

Pretty hilarious video that start a bit slow but the beat kicks in around the 37 sec mark! Before watching though give it a think, how many black actors were there in Friends?

I could only come up with Charlie (Aisha Tyler) and that was in the final seasons. Check out the clip after the jump!

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Sofia Vergara’s Accent Prank on Ellen

Modern family is quickly becoming onf othe funniest shows on TV and the second season is defintely not letting up with delivering consistent laugh out loud moments. Altough all of the cast are hilarious, we do have a soft spot for Gloria, the fiery Colombian, played by the ravishing Sofia Vergara.  Recently she got together with US talk Show host Ellen and did a little prank on some innocent dude. Watch the clip after the jump!

Sofia‘s accent is a running joke on the show and they even took it a bit further in the Halloween special that came out last week.

Pretty sweet and if you don’t agree I’m sure you will enjoy just seeing more of Sofia whatever the hell she does!

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TV Special: Fall US TV Preview

The Big Podcast for the small screen! This week we catch up with all of our favorite TV shows. The gang previews some of the new shows on the block  (Boardwalk Empire, Outsourced, Nikita) , we catch up with some of the regulars returning for another season( Mad Men, Dexter, 3o Rock,…) and we finish off discussing some of our favorites, and especially how the Shows that debuted last year are holding up ( Community, Glee, Modern Family). Listen to the full episode after the jump!

You can always drop us a mail with thoughts if you agree or disagree or show theme idea’s on feedback@upodcasting.com

And of course you can follow us on Twitter/Upodcast or Facebook/Upod Cast!

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The music featured in our show is Steve Porter’s Community Remix.

One of our favorite shows!

We Review/Preview the following shows- let us know if you have a favorite that we forgot!

Nikita, Community, Boardwalk Empire, Outsourced, Running Wild,  30 Rock, The Office, Dexter, Bones, Castle, Sherlock, Modern Family, Community, Glee, How I met your mother!

The show is jam packed!

We discuss the awesomeness of Community and why it hasn’t crossed the atlantic yet! ( Update Community is now showing in the UK on Viva-YAY!)

We bash Outsourced for being lazy and re-enforcing cultural stereotypes.

We also discuss possible replacements for Steve Carrell in The Office and some surprising names!

and Martin rants about US shows going on for too long!

Let us know what you thought of the show in the comment section below!

 

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Gameswipe: Charlie Brooker’s done it again

Occasionally, channel surfing throws up something quite interesting. And not in the “oh I didn’t know fruit bats actually ate fruit” kind of way. This was certainly the case with Charlie Brooker’s Gameswipe, re-screened by the Beeb last week and something I chanced uopn.

If you’re not familiar with Charlie Brooker, he usually fronts a show called Newswipe where he exposes the inner workings of news media, or Screenwipe where he exposes the inner workings and agenda of the television in general.

Gameswipe doesn’t quite follow in this trend, but his usual deadpan, sardonic and vaguely acerbic delivery remained. As someone who doesn’t play games, apart from Street Fighter and Angry Birds on the iPhone I loved the potted history of videogames and the demonstration of different videogames genres via a man in a black lycra suit (think Charlie from Sunny in Philadelphia playing Green Man, but in black and you get the picture).

Brooker also showed us how videogames have been presented in the media – mainly either in a patronising way or in shock at the fact you can beat someone senseless in the GTA series (for example and not exclusively) of games. What was enlightening however, was that Brooker, as a keen gamer and videogames journalist in a prior life, laid some of the blame for this perception at the failure of gamers in general to convey their hobby to a wider audience. To be fair, he did then talk about games such as Mad World on the Wii…

So, as far as “videogames” shows go and despite it being a one-off, Gameswipe is cracking good fun and as I saw, we have come a long way from Patrick Moore being Gamesmaster (and not really having a clue what he was doing – he’s an astronomer after all) and dishing out tips to spotty teenagers or Craig Charles hosting a show where yet more spotty teenagers battle each other on Street Fighter, on TV.

Check out a clip here or try BBC iPlayer!

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Rant is back!

After a lengthier than expected absence, the rants are now back.  I guess I’ve built up quite a stockpile of things to vent my spleen about in all this time!

I’d like to kick-off with something that we’ve all been afflicted by at some point in our lives…the badly dubbed advert.  I’ll move on to some examples further on, but I think what is the question here is just a big fat, WHY?  Surely if you, as a company can afford to advertise on TV, you have a decent bank balance and can afford an extra few grand to pay local actors and make your advert.  However crappy and cheap looking it may well be.

And just as surely, if you don’t want to pay out for local actors, then avoid having conversations in your ads.  Just avoid the issue and spare us all these awfully dubbed scenes of domestic bliss and harmony – even if in some cases they’re so horrifically awful they’re funny.  Don’t get me wrong…ads don’t all have to be amazing; I understand you don’t need a field of burning sugar cane to sell window cleaner.  But they should at least treat the audience and lest we forget, customers with a bit of respect and a modicum of sense.

It’s not that I’m even in the market for a lot of these products – I don’t like chocolate, don’t have grey hair that I want to cover-up, don’t like cold rice pudding served in a tiny plastic pot, don’t have spots, can wipe my own bottom without the help of a cartoon frog and don’t have a problem with bad smells in my home.  But what I am in the market for is an advertiser who perhaps has a vague cultural interest in the markets they’re advertising in; who can actually be arsed to pay a bit more to have a better end product than the competition.

Over the years there have been quite a few no doubt, but here’s my selection, past and present.  Please comment and add some more.  Plus a clip of a particularly bad example from the people at Glade and Mr Muscle.  Enjoy.

(You’ll notice there’s a common theme across the adverts / products – they are all what is known as FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) and are all made by huge corporations: Ferrero, P&G, SCJohnson etc.  Quite clearly they don’t give that much of a sh*t, despite the billions they make each year).

Ferrero Rocher (a classic in the 70s/80s and still a classic today), Lindt chocolate adverts.  Oust and Febreeze.  Muller Rice.  Just for Men.  Kinder Surprise.  Clearasil.  Kandoo kiddies bottom wipes.

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Episode 11- The con movie: Matchstick Men!

This week Upodcast team will rock you guys by talking about a Toe Mouse!!! Movie Stars Who Should Try TV and whether you should keep your integrity intact for $16, 000! Check it out

We also have a full review for Matchstick Men; hear on our divine podcast the love-hate relationship most of us have with Nicolas Cage and of course Ridley Scott! ! And without a doubt one hell of an amazing performance from no one other then Alison Lohman

Check out the trailers and full episode to stream or download after the jump!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=24JoNlaOqps

Underwhelming Trinity (the quirky side of internet life) for this week is:

Ahmed gets too lazy to find something from the near future for us, instead he comes across an article that got too much to him: Opinion: The story BCG offered me $16,000 not to tell.

Asim talks about The Movie Stars Who Should Try TV Let us know if you guys agree more with the article or our point of views?? feedback@upodcasting.com

Martin’s Stat of the week is is tweetminster! who are using Twitter to predict the outcome of the UK general election. As for his Underwhelming no need to say more then TOE MOUSE!

I hope you like the show,  what am I saying? Of course you guys love us and our show! Do spread the word on our podcast and a BIG thank you to all our new followers and subscribers.

Also, don’t forget our brothers from the states http://currysmugglers.com

Send us your feedback on feedback@upodcasting.com/

Send us your picks for underwhelming trinity or stat of the week and we’ll read out your email or play your recorded voicemail!

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Episode 8 The 80’s Classics – The Secret of My Success

The Upodcast team revisits the 80’s for the second time after our Midnight Run episode this time accompanied by THE 80’s star par excellence, the evergreen Michael J Fox.

Check out the trailer and the full show notes after the jump!

Marty and Asim discuss the pointlessness of statistics in Stat of the WEEK whilst Ahmed puts his sexy Flu voice on.

The underwhelming trinity of this week is:

  • Ahmed discusses the Zeal optics Ski Googles and why you can’t find colored people on ski slopes.
  • Martin explains the difference in Extended takes and tracking shots and confuses the hell out out of Asim.
  • Asim talks about potential casting choices for the upcoming Captain America movie and why this movie will be a tough task to accomplish.

This weeks Genre is the 80’s classics: The secret of my success. Directed by Herbert Ross mostly know from Footloose. We all loved this movie and were dying to revisit it. Let us know what you thought of the show in the comments section

Here is the trailer:

You can send us your mails with suggestions on feedback@upodcasting.com and spread the word on UPODCAST!

As usual the music for this episode is provided by our good friend DJ Iron

 

 

 

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Saturday rant – I’m Lost

Slightly tired and recovering after a “few” beers from last night I realise the Friday rant is overdue…So following from Asim’s blog about Lost; the show now gets my own treatment.

What started out in the first two seasons as something quite novel and intriguing rapidly went downhill pretty much as soon as (in the UK at at least) it started to be shown on Sky TV rather than Channel 4. This switch and my inability to keep following the show revealed to me that you know what…it ain’t actually that good. Certainly not good enough to get me to a) get a Sky subscription or b) even spend time downloading it or c) definitely not buying the DVDs.

The main reason I, ahem, lost patience was nothing to do with the polar bears, the hatch, the timer or even the existence of the others. These are all good things. It was knowing that after 2-3 seasons, it was never going to get better for the remaining 4 or so seasons. Not a snowball in hell’s chance of maintaining decent writing, plot, intrigue and or mystery.

And this is a common bug for me – why do execs believe shows can run and run (see Rant passim Two and half men)? The notion that you can spin out a show like Lost with engaging ideas for that long is just plain wrong and I knew this as soon as I heard it was 7 seasons: inevitably, the show would have to more crap as more episodes came out and the plot became thinner and thinner. Inexorably the plot turned slowly and surely into a sci-fi show, which given the promise shown early doors is frankly a cop out worthy of the Dallas writers getting away with Bobby Ewing walking out of the shower. It was all just a dream…yeah right.

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Friday rant (only just)

Well well, it’s been quite some week, batting illness and the effects of an insane partying weekend in Sweden. However, here I am for another little shout from my soapbox. And in some ways, last weekend shapes the nature of the blog / rant this week.

American TV (see Friday rants passim) is currently held to be in somewhat of a golden age and generally speaking I have to agree, despite my protestations to the contrary. There is in my mind no doubting the sheer quality of a number of shows, from The Sopranos to The Wire, from Scrubs to Six Feet Under. But rather than focus on shows that I find to be merely crap and then tell you all that American TV ain’t all that good, I thought I’d draw your attention to something Anglo-Swedish – just to show that Europe still has a trick or two up its sleeve.

You may or may not have heard of Wallander, a Swedish detective show featuring Kurt Wallander as the lead role. Now, if you haven’t seen this programme, I’ll be honest; it’s a little bleak and a little dark, but then reality is little bit bleak and a little bit dark, so we shouldn’t complain greatly. First shown on UK screens in 2009, it accompanied the BBC remake of the same show. Fair enough you might say: a good cop show deserves a mention. But what is more interesting is not that the source material is good, but that the BBC has remade it for Brits in quite an interesting way. Rather than simply transplanting the show lock, stock into England and rather predictably London; the production – starring Kenneth Brannagh as Wallander – leaves the show in Sweden, with a host of good quality, jobbing British actors and a smattering of Swedish acting talent too.

The joy of this comes not only from it seeming more like the original, but at the same time in doing so (leaving the show set in Sweden) lends a far greater sense of originality (somewhat oddly). The remake by the Beeb succeeds where, alas, other remakes (UK version of CSI anyone?) fail in that the photography and feel of the original are maintained and we are allowed to see the lead character in situation as intended. BBC 4, you have once again done us proud.

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Episode 5 funf UPODCAST The Counterfeiters!

Hallo alle,

Today the gang and I will be reviewing one of Germany’s best! The Counterfeiters or should I call it Die Falscher, which is a true story of the largest counterfeiting operation in history, set up by the Nazis in 1936.

Check out the trailer:

 

And now, along the words Robbie Willams let me underwhelm you!

 

MEL GIBSON’S APOCALYPTO FEATURING RAHAT ALI KHAN

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Friday rant part three: Two and a half men

ANother Friday, another chance for American TV to get it in the neck from me…

This time and with due consideration that this is a bit like shooting fish in a barrel I have chosen two and a half men.

Tag line = Two adults. One kid. No grown-ups. Yeah, we’re rolling on the floor with laughter already. The description then goes on…

A hedonistic jingle writer‘s free-wheeling life comes to an abrupt halt when his brother and 10-year-old nephew move into his beach-front house.

…no. No it doesn’t. It’s always difficult to sustain a show based on a kids/adults relationship theme and this is why films like Home Alone or 3 men and a baby or Look Who’s Talking are short-lived successes, but ultimately fail to charm as time passes. In the end, we’re adults, not kids.

I know the whole “plot” doesn’t involve the adult / child interaction; but to return to my point above, there’s no real problem wth this type of thing, but why oh why does this show get 7+ seasons and pay its stars so much ($500k per episode)? Again, further proof that for every Scrubs, Dexter or 6 feet under; there is of course a TV exec willing to wantonly ignore the notion of good quality TV entertainment.

More in next week’s rant, where I may veer away from cursing US tv and start with other non-tv matters!

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Friday rant (pt 2…and on Monday) Reaper

Well, another week passes and another thing bugs me. And I do understand I’m a little slow here, but Goddamnit I was upset when I found out that Reaper was only deemed worthy of 2 seasons.

This from the country that gave us Friends for God only knows how many seasons too many! And however many versions of CSI..?

What’s not to like about a show where the lead has to capture souls for the devil after his parents sold their son’s soul to the Devil? Played brilliantly by Ray Wise; possibly better know for being Leland Palmer in Twin Peaks. Throw in some alcohol and drug references, demons, angels and other whackery and this is surely a winner worth more airtime.

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Episode 1 Bollywood – Kaminey!

The Under Promise Over Deliver Podcast- a weekly dose of small ticket entertainment!

A podcast with 3 distinctly different voices:

Ahmed -PopCorn- K loves his blockbuster entertainers Michael Bay , animated movies and anything with big explosions

Party Marty C has a more discerning taste raning from Ingmar Bergman to a deep love of everything Bond related

And Asim hasnt come across many movies he hasn’t liked in his life: from Kurosawa, to the latest Bollywood movies. He has only walked out or turned off 2 movies EVER in his life.

 

The first ONE – Kaminey!

Welcome everyone and let’s get started!

So, for our UPOD casting first episode with Ahmed, Asim and Marty we will be kicking it with Kaminey!

You can always check out the Kaminey’s trailer!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gh0yCd5z77A

 

But before we get into that, let me take you away from the movie scene and introduce you to a little something that we call the Underwhelming Trinity, each of us will talk to you guys about something new, forgotten about or simply something that is kick ass!

Are you ready to get underwhelmed!!

This week, Asim will be discussing an interesting point of view on laugh tracks in sitcoms and how much they annoy him!

Party Marty will be talking about some of the best absinthe-films of snowboarding around; check it out!

And last by not least, I will be talking about the new Nokia 4G concept prototypes!

You can always e-mail us at feedback@upodcasting.com or on Ahmed, Asim or Martin’s mail. Join us next week for a brands new episode and an underwhelming experience!

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