Is it difficult to work with animals? Is it difficult to work in comedy, both on the big screen and the small, for decades?
Mandie Fletcher stops by the podcast today in order to tell us about her new film, "Patrick," as well as her work on the "Black-Adder" series and "Absolutely Fabulous." She even offers suggestions for Josh as to how to convince his wife to get a dog.
Josh wasn't a favorite student amongst his professors when he was in graduate school. Why? Well, there are several reasons why this could have been the case and on today's podcast, using "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "Overlord," we're going to take a gander into one of the possibilities.
The new Tyler Perry movie, "Nobody's Fool" features a character making a list, a physical list, of things she wants in a relationship. Do people do that? DO they then bring them on dates and check off boxes when someone meets a requirement (not that this last thing happens in the film)?
If that's reality, we want to know about it.
Sometimes movies fail, but it is always better to see a movie fail when it goes all out rather than playing it safe. If you're going to fail, fail big, fail huge.
Disney's "Nutcracker and the Four Realms" is a completely weird, quite poor, movie. But, at least it tried hard.