Superman II Movie Minute #2 – That’s Why They Call Them Terrorists

SUPERMAN II MOVIE MINUTE #2 - That's Why They Call Them Terrorists

Fire and Water Network All-Stars Chris Franklin and Rob Kelly bring you SUPERMAN II MOVIE MINUTE, where they analyze, scrutinize, and you'll-believe-a-man-can-fly-ize the classic 1980 film starring Christopher Reeve, Gene Hackman, Margot Kidder, and Terence Stamp, five minutes at a time!

In minutes 05:00 - 10:00, we finish the opening credits and Clark, Jimmy, and Perry discuss the terrorists in France.

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6 responses to “Superman II Movie Minute #2 – That’s Why They Call Them Terrorists

  1. Great episode, guys, definitely looking forward to another “season” of the show.

    One note from someone who works in the newspaper biz. Rob referred to Perry as the “publisher”.

    He’s not.

    Perry is the “editor”, “editor in chief” “managing editor” “executive editor” he could be any one of those titles as a paper the size of the Planet would have editors upon editors. But my guess is he is only responsible for the editorial content in the paper.

    He most likely reports to the “publisher”, who is in charge of the entire operation, both editorial and business end (advertising, marketing, etc.).

    Interesting to note is that many publishers are not journalists. Most come from the business side of the operation, not editorial. Doesn’t stop them from thinking they know everything, though.

  2. I appreciate the 5-minutes-at-a-time format, guys. Having 6-7 episodes just for the credits with 1-minute-at-a-tim? Meh. Already in the movie here? Heck, yeah!

      1. Yes, most are actually minute by minute, but there are a few that are 5 at a time, or in the case of the Upcoming Plan 9 by 9 podcast by Derek M. Koch and Scott Morriss…9 minutes at a time!


    1. I can’t say I’ve actually listened to them to compare, but I’ve gotta agree with this comment. I can’t imagine slogging through even a movie I love at such a pace, especially when we’re talking about the credits (as opposed to the actual movie). A minute is simply too little.

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