Infinite Respawncast – We Are Your Friends and There’s No Escape

Chris and Dylan dance into the night with a review of We Are Your Friends, which has Zac Efron being an EDM bro. Despite our expectations, you may want to hear what we actually thought about this one. I was gonna seamlessly edit out the point in which I turned off Skype, but then realized that I’m okay with the shame. Then we lightly peruse the offerings for new releases this week, with emphasis on how awesome Mad Max: Fury Road is. Dylan distances himself further from Noah Baumbach with Mistress America, and grows closer to David Simon with Show Me a Hero. Chris explains how awesome throwing children is in No Escape and how almost-stylish but really bad Hitman: Agent 47 ended up being.

Show Notes:

(2:45) We Are Your Friends Review
(25:31) We Are Your Friends Spoilers
(31:57) New Releases:
The D Train
Good Kill
I’ll See You in my Dreams
Mad Max: Fury Road
(38:48) Show Me a Hero
(43:07) No Escape
(51:31) Mistress America
(57:15) Hitman: Agent 47
(66:36) Closing Comments

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