Schlagwort: existential coffee

29. April 2013 / / OldPodcasts
28. April 2013 / / OldPodcasts

The second podcast covering the most important things from 2012 is up!

Together with Existential Coffee we have finally agreed on our top movies from 2012. Because we couldn’t agree on all the movies (a reason it took so long to put the podcast together) we have compiled a list of 5 movies we agreed on and each one has chosen 5 additional movies for his personal top ten list. So this basically has turned a top 10 list into a top 15 list.

Note: The podcast is German as we do not dare to unleash our Austrian-German accents unto the internet.

Download the podcast here or if you just want to read the list of movies we selected for 2012’s best movies continue to read:

24. Februar 2013 / / Analysen

Tonight’s the night! And it will be a wild and unpredictable night!
Tonight the Oscar goes to….?
As with last year I have sat down with ExistentialCoffee to pin down our votes for the evening. If we agreed on one tip it will be listed as our prediction Will Win whereas different colors for Flipthetruck and ExistentialCoffee will. Should have been there and Should Win categories are added for fun whereas Could Win categories mark the one’s which might take home the gold.
Please note that I am notoriously bad at predictions and while this article might sound very confident (and probably full of itself/pretentious) I am taking a stab in the dark many times (director, supporting actor, original screenplay mainly) – the percentage at the side is just how sure we feel about this guess so don’t take them as laws of nature. This year has been a crazy race especially due to the omission of Ben Affleck and it will be a fun evening, I am sure.

If you are interested in continuous self-indulgent whining by flipthetruck you can follow my reactions on twitter.

So, it is only a few hours before the show begins and I am ready!

19. Januar 2012 / / Oscars
13. Oktober 2011 / / Reviews

Note: this is a special review since a colleague of mine had the pleasure of visiting England a couple of days ago, where he managed to watch a screening of the already highly acclaimed (and highly anticipated by this site) Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy.

In this movie adaption of the book Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (by John le Carré) Gary Oldman (The Dark Knight) plays Smiley, a former spy who returns from retirement to find a mole in the MI6.