There are some things which just are not done. One does not, for instance, eat pastrami on white bread with mayonnaise, one does not yell "fire" in a crowded theater, and one most definitely does not avoid the crust when eating a pie.
On this podcast we talk "A Ghost Story," pie etiquette, and more.
Sometimes gifs of minions and bananas get sent to those we love. This can happen for any number of reasons from a query about purchasing them (bananas, not minions), to suggesting a snack (again, bananas, not minions), to a simple method of greeting.
On this episode we look at a little at (romantic) relationships and how they play out in two films from this year -- "The Big Sick" and "The Hero."
This week we revisit the question of recommending movies. What, for instance, do you do when the choice is between two movies--in this case "The Mummy" (2017) and "First Kill" (2017)--neither of which is very good. How do you go about picking them apart and making that choice?
Anthropomorphizing animals can work either to the benefit of a film or it can detract from it... or maybe it isn't necessary at all. As with so many things, this depends on the story being told.
Today we have two distinctly different takes on the depiction of animals -- "Born in China" and "Megan Leavey." Listen and find out how they do.