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Two Cents 097: Money Talks

The episode where I flesh out a future Dollar Reviews podcast during a mock Patreon ad break for Fleshlight (1:11:07), Joss Whedon takes over Justice League duties after a tragedy in the Snyder family, I get alarmed by the shelf life of disasters in the face of Disney escapism, Sony goes down Uncharted territory with Tom Holland and Gina Prince-Bythewood, and Universal unveils its Dark Universe. Plus, Amazon + Steven Soderbergh, VR porn (for the umpteenth time), the future of festival ticketing, and creating movies via breakout tweets.

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Two Cents 026: No Place Like Dome

The episode in which the force awakens new box office records, Tarantino is pushed out of the Cinerama Dome, Dreamworks becomes Amblin Partners, Netflix streaming requires less bandwidth, Mad Max might get a black and white re-release, Terminator 2 is returning in 3D, Disneyland takes safety precautions, Sean Penn is Andrew Jackson on HBO, and Amazon renews three shows (including my darling Red Oaks).

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Two Cents 017: Get Down With The Sickness

The episode in which I delay going to the emergency room to record a show about the final Star Wars trailer, The Hateful Eight being longer on 70mm, Jennifer Lawrence’s essay about the pay wage gap, HBO’s show about feminism in the 60s, a Die Hard “pre-boot,” a ton of comic book adaptations on TV, War Games going interactive, and more Lego Batman news. Plus discussion about The Uninvited, To the Wonder, Red Oaks, Unfriended, The Final Girls, and It Follows.