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FORCED PERSPECTIVE, Ep.47 – The Spider-Man Chronicles, Part 4

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All roads lead to TERMINUS…or, in this case, the end of FORCED PERSPECTIVE’s Spider-Man retrospective!

Join SportsGuy515 and Adolfo, along with special guest co-hosts BRANDON DRAVEN and DENNIN, as they conclude SPIDER-MAN’s film history with a look back at his most recent films, Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2. PLUS – the fate of Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man 4,” a lesson in film marketing, Big Wheel, Andrew Garfield the MARK, Mary Jane as a dude, Dennin’s favorite Spidey film, awesome airplane wifi in 2000, the current state of comic book films, and MORE! OVER 2 HOURS OF SPIDEY TALK!!! DOWNLOAD/STREAM NOW!!!

The Essential Robin Williams

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On August 11, 2014, Robin Williams, an Academy Award winning actor, accomplished stand-up comedian and cultural icon, died due to an apparent suicide attempt. He was 63 years old.  Williams was a rising stand-up comedian before rocketing to fame on the sitcom "Mork & Mindy" in 1978.  His film career took off shortly afterwards, beginning in films like Popeye, The World According to Garp, finding critical acclaim in Good Morning, America and Dead Poets Society and reaching a new audience in children with films like Aladdin and the Night at the Museum series. In 1998, he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Good Will Hunting.  In this article, I'd like to pay tribute to his great career and listing his essential performances.  
R.I.P.
GOOD WILL HUNTING Gus Van Sant 1997
Probably the highlight of Williams' career as it earned him an Academy Award win for Best Supporting Actor. Williams played Sean Maguire, a therapist assigned to help Matt Damon's ti…