As a film criticism outlet based almost entirely on the power of conversation, especially via the internet, this Palme d’Or winner raises timeless questions about the privacy of our off-air moments and the type of people possibly listening in. To say this unsung Francis Ford Coppola thriller is great is doing it a disservice by word association, you seriously have to watch this one (or perhaps let it watch you) #IdBuyThatForADollar
We begin with David Ayer’s new, Snyder-less approach to the DC Extended Universe before diving into BvS (57:30) for a third, and final, time on the show, and close with a tease for the guest spot I made on Tyler’s show for The Killing Joke (01:48:00). Also, given that critics unanimously despise both these films I felt it necessary to rehash my gripes with the Rotten Tomatoes system and the clusterfuck which is contemporary film criticism (46:10).
The episode in which I complain about Chi-Raq not being on Amazon Prime yet, Mad Max is an awards contender, Star Wars continues to be talked about, Google is creating a streaming library, Dave Chappelle cracks down on phone usage at shows, Max Landis is Lex Luthor, The Duplass Brothers are writing a book of essays, Trainspotting 2 is official, Peter Jackson might be doing Doctor Who, Samurai Jack is returning, DirecTV will broadcast live 4K content, and Nokia’s Ozo VR camera hits the big leagues.