Category: Felber’s Flops – The Best of Adam Felber

Adam Felber, “Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me” and writer for “Real Time with Bill Maher” recaps the best of the worst movies ever!

Adam Felber has been a guest as both a reviewer and a straight man.

Here’s a collection of his best appearances. Adam Felber joins me to review Nic Cage’s “Wickerman,” “Old Dogs” “Pluti Nash,” a couple of crappy Christmas movies, Gary Busey as a talking dog and more.

Adam Felber also plays straight man to the great Jeff Cesario and Andres Du Bouchet.

Adam Felber  plays a literal lunatic side kick on a sports show and 1/2 of the worst movie review  team with Andres Du bouchet.
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Adam Felber is an American political satirist, author, radio personality, actor, humorist, novelist, television writer, and comic book writer.
Biography
Felber attended Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, and graduated as an English major in 1989. He has lived in Brooklyn, New York, and now lives in Los Angeles, California.

He is a regular panel member (and occasional guest host) of the NPR radio quiz show, Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!. Felber is the author of the novel Schrödinger’s Ball, which uses as a conceit the concept of Schrödinger’s cat.  He has also written for several television shows including Real Time with Bill Maher, Talkshow with Spike Feresten, Arthur, The Smoking Gun, and Wishbone.

Felber is also writing the second Skrull Kill Krew limited series for Marvel Comics.

Felber’s mother is the late romance novelist, Edith Layton.

Adam Felber writes and performs for screens of all sizes and resolutions, and he spends almost every night on some stage or another. He comprises one third of the Irwin Smalls Trio, a sketch comedy group. His writing credits include PBS’ Arthur and Wishbone as well as AMC’s soon-to-premiere The Wrong Coast. He also writes for The Smoking Gun TV show. His first screenplay, Women Are From, is currently in development at Paramount/MTV Films. Felber has been improvising comedy all over the world for the past 15 years, but he can quit any time he wants to. In addition to his many talents, he is also an accomplished blogger.

“Tron: Legacy” Reviewed by The Tron Guy, Jay Maynard

Adam Felber ("Live from the Poundstone Institute"), writer Paul Sullivan and a guy in a tight Tron suit get it Tron!

“Tron Guy,” Jay Maynard, joins us to review “Tron: Legacy.” A grown man dresses like the 80’s video game star “Tron” and becomes one a viral star. What does he think of sequel? Does it live up to the spandex?

Adam Felber (NPR’s “Live from the Poundstone Institute”), Paul Sullivan (“Sully Baseball” podcast) and Eric “Danger” Nienhaus join us to interview the internet meme “Tron Guy” and discuss this shambles of a sequel to Tron. Adam Spiegelman (this podcast) hosts.

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AINTEVERYTHINGCOOL.YES is back with @Adam Felber & @andresdubouchet

Andres duBouchet & Adam Felber are back reviewing the latest films, kicking butts and taking names. These two are not afraid to tell it like it is and take on big Hollywood. Read their reviews at AINTEVERYTHINGCOOL.YES.

Hear their first appearance on Proudly Resents.

When they are not slamming the latest blockbuster, Andres and Adam are writing for Conan and Maher respectively.

Dane Cook’s “Good Luck Chuck” With @AdamFelber

Take the #1 comedian, a super hot actress, every movie cliche, fat jokes, ball biting penguins and then over-cooked (no pun intended).  Adam Felber (NPR) and actress Judith Benezra  join host Adam Spiegelman finding the unintentional funniest scenes.

This film is about sex, so there’s frank talk about sex. Basically, if you are a teenager, hide this from your parents. If you are a parent and you are driving with the kids in the car with this on, turn it off. It’s about to get real awkward, real quick.

Listen on itunes or the web. subscribe. Eat something. take a nap.

“The Adventures of Pluto Nash” with @AdamFelber and star @varnado

We discuss and go behind the scenes of “Pluto Nash” w/ one of it’s stars, Victor Varnardo. Victor tells us tales of excess, nepotism, pampered celebs, sleeping w/ half of Canada and putting Tron toys up ones butt.  Wait, nepotism in the movies?

Adam Felber (Real Time with Bill Maher) and Adam Spiegelman (proudlyresents.com) torture their pal by recounting the best (worst) parts of the film.

This movie is a lot of fun to watch and yell at.

Rotten Tomatoes called this film the worst Eddie Murphy Movie of all time. And he made “Golden Child.”

CHECK THIS! If you can send in a good movie with “The Adventures of…” in the title we will send you a signed copy of “Pluto Nash.” Details in the show.

Listen to Felber and I talk about “Good Luck Chuck.”

The Best & Worst of Movies & TV w/ @andresdubouchet @adamfelber

Paul Goebel, Andres du Bouchet and Adam Felber talk about the best & worst in TV and Movies. 1st – Ainteverythingcool.yes reviewers get brutally honest about the latest films. Then the King of TV, Paul Goebel discusses the hits and misses of the new TV season. YOU CAN’T MISS! This will change your life.

We take a break from praising the worst movies to tell you what’s out there now. Don’t worry. Next week we will be back with one of the stars of Pluto Nash and talk about that film. It’s Victor Varnado, not you know who.

“Tiptoes” w/ @Toddlevin & @AdamFelber

Garry Oldman is wearing shoes on his knees to play a little person! Like “Dorf on Golf.” Need we say more? Ok, lets.. EMMY nominated writers Adam Felber and Todd Levin join non-nominated Adam Spiegelman to talk about “Tipoes,” Gary Oldman’s big career misstep, what jobs are recession proof, why Peter Dinklage is a jerk and the all white “What’s Happening.”

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UPDATE: Sadly, Adam, Brian and Todd lost to Colbert.  You guys did a great job, all you guys deserved it.

“Old Dogs” with .@AdamFelber

NPR’s Adam Felber and Adam Spiegelman  discuss “Old Dogs.”
After testing as an R rated movie fail, “Old Dogs” was re-cut into a kids film. It’s a mess, all over the place and really fun to watch.
The Adams also talk about one of the many Bad Movie Night clubs – Bunkdance.
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