Monday, July 20, 2015

The Cinematic Tangent: Episode 37 - 'Ant-Man' vs. the Marvel Movie Menace

It’s official: Ant-Man isn't a gigantic failure! With tangents and drunken ramblings abound, The Cinematic Tangent breaks down Paul Rudd's brave foray into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But will the shadow of Disney smush the clever satire at the heart of this comic book epic? Can Rudd’s charms break through the layer of Avengers 3 ads that seem to stifle everything? Tune-in to find out!



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Friday, July 17, 2015

News: UCLA Health reports patient data exposed in hack



The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Health System revealed on July 17 that they were victims of a large cybersecurity breach. As many as 4.5 million patients have been reportedly exposed.



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Monday, July 6, 2015

The Cinematic Tangent: Episode 36 - Turning Pixar 'Inside Out'


Brad and Chad briefly recap the mainstream offerings of 2015 cinema, then jump into a detailed conversation about Inside Out and the past, present, and future of Pixar Animation Studios. 



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The Cinematic Tangent is a casual-format podcast all about movies. Your hosts, Chad Michael Van Alstin and Bradley Redder, invite you to sit back, crack open a beer, relax, and get ready to think film. This is a talk show featuring film reviews, news, and general commentary, minus all the snobbery you typically expect from critics. These hosts are just two working-class guys who are passionate about the cinema arts, and they couldn’t keep quiet about it any longer. Give it a listen if you're tired of formalities.