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
Its impossible to avoid political conversations or news items at the time this episode is recorded. Being at the onset of a presidency most Americans disapprove of, rife with fallacies in the news, and a severe distrust for the men and women appointed to govern alongside the latest celebrity turned politician. However, the best way to prevent future bumbles is to study the past, and this document that chronicles why Nixon resigned at the hands of dedicated journalists is the best place to start.
The episode in which we talk about #ForceForDaniel, Jon Stewart coming to HBO, the streaming only Star Trek series, Activision creating a film division, Sony making another Steig Larson movie, Duncan Jones’s Warcraft and Mute, Key and Peele voicing a stop motion flick, Shane Carruth’s next project’s crazy, good cast, and the Luther TV movie. Plus, reviews for Spectre, The Peanuts Movie, Man From Reno, Irreversible, and Netflix’s Master of None.