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AMC For Your Consideration Movie Podcast EP 1 - Dark Knight Trilogy, Hobbit in 3's, Warcraft Movie Chances

July 31, 2012
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This is the AMC For Your Consideration movie podcast, movie talk for movie fans. Twice a week (Mondays and Thursdays) we talk about the biggest movies and movie news of the week with insight and opinions from some of the best film analysts on the web.

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On this episode AMC Movie News senior editor John Campea is joined by Movieline.Com's west coast editor Jen Yamato, Stan Lee's co-host of Cocktails With Stan Jenna Busch and film critic from JoBlo.Com James "Jimmy O" Oster. Together they discuss:

1 - Where does the Christopher Nolan Batman films rank amongst the all time great trilogies?

2 - Is it a good idea that Peter Jackson is splitting The Hobbit into THREE movies?

3 - With Sam Raimi leaving the World Of Warcraft movie project, should they still make it?

4 - We ask Over/Under about how many more Iron Man appearances Robert Downey Jr. will make, the chances The Hangover 3 will be better than part 2, if the producer of Rush Hour 4 actually wants Brett Ratner back to direct and a whole lot more!

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