Tag: Paul Walker

Furious 6 & 7

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Hey uh… Sorry? Turns out it’s been a crazy two months what with the playoffs and a litany of other complications between us, and it’s taken until now to get back together and finish off the Paul Walker era of Fast and the Furious with Arune Singh.

We promise though, that we’ll be back at it more consistently from here on out, things have calmed down for us both and we’re ready to go.

For now, please enjoy the new podcast on Furious 6 and Furious 7!

Fast Five

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This week on the podcast Arune Singh and I are continuing our trip through the Fast and Furious franchise with Fast Five, arguably the peak of the series. The Rock joins the cast as every movie brings it’s best characters into a team up heist film that leaves no ridiculous stunt undone.

Buckle in and listen as we talk about what we like and don’t like about this movie.

Fast and Furious 3 and 4

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On today’s podcast Arune Singh and I are continuing our venture through the Fast and Furious franchise by going over The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, and Fast and Furious, the third and fourth movies in the franchise.

We do the podcast a quarter mile at a time, so strap in!

Perception of P.K. Subban and Fast and Furious 1 & 2

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On the podcast this week Arune Singh is back on with me to talk about the first two movies in the Fast and Furious franchise, but before we got into that we needed to talk about P.K. Subban, his personal success, and the perception of him around the NHL.

With the hockey stuff out of the way, we got into two movies from the early 2000’s that frankly, aren’t very good, but spawned a powerhouse franchise. What about them was so special that people were compelled to keep coming back?