The 2013 Vaulties

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For what was a great year in film, Anderson and Bryan present THE 2013 VAULTES to their top 5 very worthy nominees.  Afterwards, the results of who had the most correct Oscar-winner predictions are revealed.

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Featured Artist: Social Set

Click here for a list of films discussed in this episode.




16 thoughts on “The 2013 Vaulties

  1. Hey Logan, interesting statistics on the academy you said — 96% white, 77% male, average age 62.
    You know what would be more interesting? If you can find out what percentage is gay. Right?


    Posted by thedandyman | March 12, 2013, 10:35 AM
  2. The Master is the best film of the year. No matter what you think of P.T anderson’s films, he is like Kubrick, all of his films are a series of scenes that visually get inside your soul. A meticously artist who is in command of his craft. Malick, Hitchcock, Kubrick,P.T Anderson, and the Coen Brothers. Even when they fail, and they rarely do, it is spectacular art.


    Posted by stevo | March 4, 2013, 6:00 AM
  3. Good episode. I always prefer the lists of movies worth watching.

    I liked Looper, but I’m not as enamoured with it as many seem to be. I need to watch it again and see if expectations played a role.

    The Cabin in the Woods remained my favorite film of the year. I liked the Oscar films I saw, but all of them had their flaws (the end of Argo, the beginning of Pi, the pacing of ZDT and Django) where Cabin felt nearly perfect from beginning to end.


    Posted by J. Tanner | March 4, 2013, 12:10 AM
  4. Looper is a flawed rip off. Both of you rated Looper pretty high. I don’t understand. It is not an original film. It is a rip off of the Terminator. Trying to Kill a boy to prevent his impact on the future. It is also a rip off of the twilight zone episode It’s a Good life by short Story writer Jerome Bixby, the famous episode that was also featured in the Twilight zone movie. The child with god like power who would send people to the cornfield he didn;t like. Finally a teacher steps up and teaches the child to use his power for good. What a double rip off Looper is. They even copied the use of the corn field. No wonder the academy awards ignored it, I guessed the ending almost half way through the movie. What an unoriginal rip off!!!!!!!!


    Posted by stevo | March 3, 2013, 6:41 PM
  5. Hey guys love the show, I’ve been listening since you were on Carollas network.

    Is it too much to ask that Logan write down EVERY movie you mention not just the featured ones?


    Posted by Daniel Radcliffe | March 3, 2013, 2:33 PM
  6. always love the vaulties


    Posted by lee | March 3, 2013, 9:02 AM
  7. I watched “Side Effects” yesterday.
    The smug bald dude’s “needlessly elaborate” phrase sprung to my mind quite often while I watched it.
    It’s the kind of film that causes you to ask, “why are films getting more and more needlessly elaborate?” Then I remembered “Vertigo’s” plot. Filmmakers have had a habit of testing our suspension of disbelief for quite a long time.


    Posted by Michael P. Gowdy | March 3, 2013, 5:16 AM
  8. So right – Argo should not have won bast film – proving that the Academy like today’s society can’t take a chance. Argo is made without a flaw which makes it that much more boring. Looper had taken a chance and Levitt should have been up for an Oscar – they both should have won – I can’t get both out of my mind – amazing film and acting.


    Posted by BW | March 2, 2013, 7:23 PM
  9. Loved the Vaulties this year. Good stuff guys.
    My Top 3 (what i have seen so far-Looper never got released in India..so i guess that is next)

    3. Argo
    2. Searching for Sugarman
    1. Zero Dark Thirty

    Bonus #1. Breaking Bad Season 4. Bald-get your act together and watch some tv. These new shows are just as good as any movie.


    Posted by That Man | March 2, 2013, 2:30 AM
    • Edit-Saw Looper. meh. not #1, that’s for sure. Anderson, you say that Looper was everything Inception wanted to be-I disagree. Inception was original-something we had never seen before (the world of dreams). Time travel has been done a thousand time over, and like Stevo mentions above, it rips off a lot of other films. It was enjoyable, but not that good.


      Posted by That Man | March 6, 2013, 11:10 AM
  10. Ahhhh….the boys are hitting their stride. So comfortable, so entertaining. Great show. You, too, Logan.


    Posted by gail | March 1, 2013, 6:35 PM
  11. If Anderson liked Funny Games he would probably like The Piano Teacher. It’s a good middle ground between a Funny games type movie and a movie like The White Ribbon.


    Posted by foshizzle | March 1, 2013, 1:46 PM
  12. I wonder if Bryan realizes that every time he references “The Pirates!” he calls it the pirates who don’t do anything, which is a straight to dvd, presumably shitty Veggie Tales movie. Also laughed at Bryan and Anderson’s reaction to Django being on listener top 5


    Posted by Lebron Jeremy | March 1, 2013, 12:51 PM
  13. Great show guys. Both of you. That Logan guy too.


    Posted by Michael McParland | March 1, 2013, 3:14 AM

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