Who’s excited for this one?
We both are, that’s for sure! Ryan and I have been talking about this one for a while, especially once we learned the director of the incredible Arrival, Denis Villeneuve, was on board, as well.
We give you,
Blade Runner 2049
Thirty years later, how does this sequel stack up to the original, classic interpretation of Philip K. Dick’s novel, “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”
Starring Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, and Jared Leto, along with a couple of other cameos, it’s certainly got the star power lined up, but can they deliver?
Let’s get started and find out.
*Oh, and by the way, I apologize for any audio issues I wasn’t able to fix in this one. The gods were apparently hiding behind the scenes and wreaking havoc on my feed.*
We’ve been talking about doing this one for a bit, the newest offering from director Darren Aronofsky,
This one’s got no edits, nothing cut out; all the pauses, umms, curses, and confusion is on display for you as we discuss this visionary(?) film.
Buckle up, kids.
What’s up everyone? Welcome back!
Tonight, Ryan and I will be talking about the new Emma Stone/Steve Carell film about the immortal match-up between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs,
Battle of the Sexes
A look at one of the seminal moments in the history of the women’s liberation movement, a crushing amount of pressure is placed on Billie Jean King to move women beyond their accepted place and into the limelight.
Does the movie live up to that task?
Let’s find out.
Okay, so here’s the deal. I think I’m going to go see the highly divisive film Mother! this Tuesday night.
If anyone local (Ogden area) wants to go watch it with me, and maybe join in on a possible podcast session for it, give me a shout and we’ll see how it goes.
If nothing else, I expect to have a very vocal opinion about the film, lol.