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Inside the Bucket Podcast #42

This week's episode of Inside the Bucket is online! Revel in the digital mastery! Join John-less Matt and Brandon as they tackle all of this week's news on Inside the Bucket , a show dedicated to grown men bitching about movies and television! Apparently, these two can find plenty to yammer on about, as this episode is another marathon! The two tackle all the week's hottest movie and television news from our website SANDWICHJOHNFILMS.COM , including a great unpacking of the entire Sony Pictures hack and its effect on the industry. Please check out all the links to the items we covered in today's podcast. Later, the boys bitch and complain about 2 movies - Top Five and Exodus: Gods and Kings, along with their opinions of the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Winter finale. We encourage you to participate in our Open Forum Friday, which is your chance to get in our business about running a passion project like our trainwreck. Be warned: Inside the Bucket is a

Open Forum Friday: December 12, 2014

Here's your chance to connect with the SJF community. While you're welcome to comment on any movie or television thoughts you might have, here's a brief rundown of the movies released this week and Blu-rays to be released next Tuesday: Movies - Exodus: Gods and Kings - Top Five Blu-rays - Magic in the Moonlight - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - The Maze Runner Also, don't forget to listen to our weekly podcast, where we break down the major news of the week and do our giveaways. No matter what you choose to talk about, a few ground rules: keep it nice, no ads, and no flaming. Other than that, sound off on any movie or television thoughts you have. Don't forget to listen to Inside the Bucket , the official podcast of - we're available on both iTunes and Sticher Radio. Happy posting!

Exodus - Gods and Kings Review: Choppy Biblical Blandness

Exodus: Gods and Kings is utterly forgettable, poorly-cast nonsense. It's not hard to screw up Moses. Slaves wanting freedom against a dictatorial pharaoh, combined with plagues and the parting of the Red Sea. Yet somehow, Director Ridley Scott manages just that with Exodus: Gods and Kings , turning in a poorly-written and horribly-cast dud that wastes our time on so many levels. You've heard the story before: Egyptian warrior Moses (Christian Bale) and his life-long friend Ramses (Joel Edgerton) are soon divided when news reaches the royalty of Moses' birth to the very people which father Seti (John Tuturo) has enslaved to build his massive city. After Moses is banished from Egypt, he begins his long trek to save the Hebrews with Godly help in the form of plagues and murder. As Moses leads his people to a final showdown with Ramses' forces, God intervenes with the mother of all parlor tricks, sending Moses to fulfill his destiny. Scott's writing t