WGTC Radio #4 – Discussing Ridley Scott’s Prometheus

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Happy Independence Day America! What better way to celebrate than with the fourth installment of WGTC Radio, the Official Podcast of We Got This Covered? Remember, you can subscribe for free in iTunes by following this link. 

A month ago, Ridley Scott’s Prometheus arrived in theatres and took the film going community by storm. Whether you enjoyed it or not, this is one of the few films that’s had everyone talking, and on this week’s podcast, hosts Jonathan R. Lack and Sean Chapman jump in with an in-depth commentary on the film. Both hosts had their fair share of issues with the film, and over the course of an incredibly detailed two-hour discussion, every aspect of the film is dissected, analyzed, and questioned. Whether you loved or loathed Prometheus, this podcast is an absolute must-listen. 

We hope you enjoy it, and join us next week when we go in-depth once more with a spoiler­-filled commentary on the latest cinematic sensation, The Amazing Spider-Man.

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  • webtrz

    ok…for all Y’all non-accountant and finance major….$1 trillion spent on the prometheus space project isn’t that much. The $1 trillion spent includes research and developmet cost as well. For example the international space station cost well over $50billion. $50billio, 150 yrs from now is $1,292,697,139,008.22. Using the inflation calculator found here: http://www.westegg.com/inflation/ 
    You guy need to go back to school, and stop exhibiting your ignorance. Secondly, you guys don’t know when to draw the line between fantasy and reality. It’s easy to see pot hole in every scifi movie out there. 

  • MatthewMelange

    I really enjoyed that, and you guys pointed out a lot of my problems with the movie,

  • Truong Tin

    You guys liked this movie way more than I did. Like you guys – I loved the visuals. And the sound design was top-notch too. But I wasn’t quite as impressed with Fassbender. His acting was fine, but his characterization was sorely lacking. For an android – he really does some boneheaded things. In fact – every character either conveniently does something really dumb or something conveniently really handy; all apparently just to forward the plot. All of those little hokey bits and pieces just piled up to the point where I just didn’t care what happened to any of these people. Huge disappointment.

  • Truong Tin

    Weyland looked like the subway mutants from “Beneath the Planet of the Apes”. The only reason I could think for them to cast a young actor in the role of an elderly man is that in the sequels – there will be scenes of a young Weyland.