There isn’t a full, regular episode of Zach on Film this week. Instead Zach records a quick segment letting you know what the coming weeks hold and to find out what is your favorite summer film so far.

Take to the comments to let everyone know what your favorite summer movie is as we hit the mid-point of June. While you are at it, why is it that some would like to see a successful show get a movie instead of another full season? Your answer will certainly be read on an upcoming episode of Zach on Film!



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1 Comment

  1. Maticus Finch on

    Hi Zach,
    I wanted to post a quick comment to let you know that I am thoroughly enjoying the Summer season of Zach on Film. Whether I end up agreeing with you or not, I always like listening to your thoughts on movies and I appreciate the time and thought that you put into them. A couple of quick things:
    1. Are you going to do the new Fantastic 4 movie as part of your Summer Movie Spectacular!
    2. You asked ‘Why do people want to see their properties translated into movies and you made an excellent point about the Daredevil series on Netflix. I agree, I don’t want that to be done as a movie. You couldn’t have done in 2 hours what Netflix did over the course of 13 episodes, it simply wouldn’t be the same thing. People always want a movie. There is a certain feeling of legitimacy that comes when your movie is released in the theater. It becomes part of an institution, it feels official. When the movie for your favorite property comes out you have then officially been accepted by ‘the mainstream’.
    Also, I think that it is the last bastion of hope for people whose favorite properties are no longer to be found in their traditional arenas.
    I am still waiting for ‘The Tick: The Movie’. Someday… please… please…
    Keep up the awesome!

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