1 hr 39 min

Episode 34: The Film Freaks Focus on Zero to Hero: Box Office Bombs That Became Classics‪!‬ Film Freaks Forever!

    • TV & Film

In the latest episode, the Film Freaks discuss the fascinating phenomenon of movies that bombed at the box office on their initial release and then later found adoring audiences and now are acclaimed classics. Films from “The Princess Bride” to “It's a Wonderful Life” and “Brazil” to “Heathers” have suffered this way. Phoef Sutton and Mark Jordan Legan focus on four films that are now beloved classics that certainly laid a box office egg back in the day. These films cover the 1930s, the 1950s, and then a fascinating year in cinema, 1999.
Everyone from Brad Pitt, Howard Hawks, Katherine Hepburn, Burt Lancaster, Jennifer Aniston, Tony Curtis, and David Fincher are part of the fascinating group of talent discussed and analyzed. So come give Film Freaks Forever! a listen and enjoy another engaging and compelling episode full of fun facts and captivating cinema discussion.
Please note: This podcast contains clips with some strong language.
This episode is sponsored by Libro.fm (promo code FILMFREAKSFOREVER) and Film Movement Plus (promo code PODCAST). 

In the latest episode, the Film Freaks discuss the fascinating phenomenon of movies that bombed at the box office on their initial release and then later found adoring audiences and now are acclaimed classics. Films from “The Princess Bride” to “It's a Wonderful Life” and “Brazil” to “Heathers” have suffered this way. Phoef Sutton and Mark Jordan Legan focus on four films that are now beloved classics that certainly laid a box office egg back in the day. These films cover the 1930s, the 1950s, and then a fascinating year in cinema, 1999.
Everyone from Brad Pitt, Howard Hawks, Katherine Hepburn, Burt Lancaster, Jennifer Aniston, Tony Curtis, and David Fincher are part of the fascinating group of talent discussed and analyzed. So come give Film Freaks Forever! a listen and enjoy another engaging and compelling episode full of fun facts and captivating cinema discussion.
Please note: This podcast contains clips with some strong language.
This episode is sponsored by Libro.fm (promo code FILMFREAKSFOREVER) and Film Movement Plus (promo code PODCAST). 

1 hr 39 min

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