109 Min Released Apr 1, 2016

#579: Batman v Superman / Top 5 Batman-Superman Moments / FS Madness Elite 8

With Josh away this week, Adam made elaborate plans for a special Justice League-inspired episode. Minus one Wonder Woman, he almost pulled it off. Michael Phillips joins Adam for BATMAN v SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE and sticks around to make a mockery of Filmspotting Madness. Then critics Chris Klimek and Glen Weldon (author of "The Caped Crusade: Batman and the Rise of Nerd Culture") drop in for the Top 5 Batman/Superman Movie Moments. 
This episode is brought to you by MUBI.
0:00-2:37 - Billboard / Sponsors
2:37-27:10 - Review: "Batman v Superman"
Andrew Bird, "Left Handed Kisses"
28:21-35:42 - Notes / Brickspotting
35:42-1:00:45 - FS Madness - Rd. 2 Results
Andrew Bird, "Capsized"
1:01:42-1:02:33 - SVU Promo
1:02:33 -1:47:18 - Top 5: Batman/Superman Moments
1:47:18-1:49:34 - Close

  • Andrew Bird LINKS
  • Filmspotting Madness Voting
  • Filmspotting Madness Bracket
  • "...Batman v Superman surrounded by terrorism"
  • Michael's "Krisha" review
  • Michael's Jeff Nichols interview
  • "Born to Be Blue" Trailer
  • Chris Klimek
  • Glen Weldon's "The Caped Crusade"
  • Lois Lane auditions


Weekly film podcast and WBEZ radio show from Chicago featuring in-depth reviews, top 5 lists and interviews. Hosted by Adam Kempenaar and Josh Larsen. Part of the Panoply Network.

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