You may never have heard of "Killing Gunther," but you certain know some of the actors in it -- Taran Killam (who also writes and directs it), Cobie Smulders, and Arnold Schwarzenegger to name but a few. It's something of a low-budget zany action-comedy about inept assassins trying to kill a good assassin. You might never suspect it at first blush, but it kind of works.
Is this our last episode for 2017?
Yes, quite probably it is, and rather than doing a traditional round-up of the year we're going to look at three movies and examine how we (and by that we mean Josh) relate to the characters in them. After all, the way we see/relate to the characters is a huge part of so many movies and in two of these three instances, it's just a little tough.
David Huggins firmly believes in his many alien encounters and in his new documentary, director Brad Abrahams treats Huggins' beliefs with nothing but respect. Today, Abrahams comes on the podcast to discuss his look at Huggins and how the piece came together.
Today's podcast focuses heavily on Josh's son and said son's waning enthusiasm for the "Despicable Me" franchise.
"Despicable Me 3," technically the fourth film in the franchise, is out on Blu-ray today, but does that even matter to a six-year-old who once loved the Minions more than life itself?