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Cinephile Series – The Wild Bunch

The Wild Bunch

Reel Review #53: “If they move, kill ’em!” Not only one of the best Western’s ever made – one of the best films ever made. Sam Peckinpah hits his high note in this amazing film. There is so much to say – just watch it. “Let’s go.”

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4 Responses to “Cinephile Series – The Wild Bunch”

  1. Gravatar Icon 1 Simon, UK Feb 7th, 2006 at 4:15 am

    Nice choice for the Cinephile show, this is the movie that got me into westerns and into Peckinpah films too. This couldn’t have come at a better time, I think I’ll be listening to this this evening before I watch the new special edition of the film that I imported. The “Sam Peckinpah’s Legendary Westerns” boxset arrived on my doormat this morning so timing couldn’t be better…

  2. Gravatar Icon 2 JT Feb 8th, 2006 at 5:43 am

    Great Cinephile episode on The Wild Bunch! It’s on my list of movies to revisit now!

  3. Gravatar Icon 3 K. Todd Storch Feb 9th, 2006 at 3:55 pm

    I think your podcast is the perfect example of creating the “desired consumer behavior” that businesses (like Blockbuster, Hollywood Video, Netflix, etc) want.

    Again, what you have caused me to do with the prepromotion of this podcast is to go rent it, watch it and then find a 45 minute window to specifically listen to your podcast on the movie!

    I plan on buying this flick just to watch it again after hearing more of the in-depth that I really missed on the first viewing.

    Excellent job and yes, I loved the movie. The scorpion/ant opening is major, major foreshadowing that ties all of it together.


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