08/11/2013 11:49 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

The MovieFilm Podcast: Ashton Kutcher on Being Steve Jobs

For the latest MovieFilm episode, the gang celebrates the twentieth anniversary of the 1993 release of The Fugitive, starring Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones in one of the greatest action movies of all time. We delve into its making, offer our thoughts on why it works so well, and chime on the follow-ups. Before that though, we start things off with Zaki's exclusive interview with actor Ashton Kutcher and director Joshua Stern about their work on the all-new Steve Jobs biopic Jobs

After that, we delve into some thoughts on this weekend's new release Elysium, the big budget blockbuster from District 9 director Neil Blomkamp (which you'll recall I liked quite a bit), as well as the latest movie from Warner Bros.' Justice League line, The Flashpoint Paradox. After that, some observations on Disney's Planes turns into an angry rant about why the quality of kids' movies seems to have dropped so precipitously of late, whether America has fallen out of love with Ryan Reynolds, plus more, including the usual Listener Letters and a MovieFilm quiz.

We packed a lot of content into this one, so be sure to join the conversation! You can listen via the embed below, or download or stream at iTunes or Stitcher. Make sure to write a review to let us know how we're doing!

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