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Published on May 22nd, 2013 | by JJ


Mars Needs Podcasts #212- Et Tu, Jason?

JJ and his amazing friend Jason get off to an unexpected start this week. JJ jokingly asks Jason and is gobsmacked with his answer. If you ever wanted to know what it is like to hear JJ’s jaw drop, it is the first ten minutes of this episode. Then the pair move on to discuss movies other than Iron Man, believe it or not. A little of our duo’s school era history is revealed, and you will find out what is even better than unexpected coffee.

The picture this week is the best coffee you will ever have, period. If you find yourself in Portland, you need to stop by here.

The First Ten to Fifteen minutes have Iron Man 3 spoilers, you have been warned.

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JJ Hawkins currently lives in Portland, Oregon. As a vegetarian, thespian and goatee grower he fits in perfectly.

  • Aaron

    I may not have successfully made JJ hate the movie as much as I do but it seems I did make him hate talking about the movie as much as I hate the movie ;)

  • Will

    With regards to the ten rings stuff, I think the Iron Man stuff still fits in that there are pre-existing organizations brought under the umbrella of the project, like outsourcing, to give credence to them being a threat.

    Definitely agree that it could’ve been changed because of the Avengers 2 plans, or just that they’re saving weirder stuff for Guardians of the Galaxy, but don’t think it’s irreversible if way down the line they want a villain to be -inspired- by this guy in some way or another (although obviously that depends on how long the Marvel movie universe franchise runs!)

    Personally I’m pretty fine with it since I just see the movies as being an alternative universe that doesn’t affect the comics, I totally get frustration with it though because like with the Resident Evil and Silent Hill movies, I get a bit annoyed about them taking the iconography from the games when they’re not doing it right! So, yeah.

    PS with the editing thing, I think it depends on a) where you’re sitting and b) the projection, same with the makeup thing. I thought it worked a lot better when I saw it the second time on a slightly smaller screen from about the middle of the cinema, I guess we’ll see how it looks on DVD.

    Anyway, to move this off that, great episode! I still have to see the Great Gatsby and I’m glad it’s good!

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