Josh regularly tries not to let little things bother him. And yet, there they are, the little things. They slowly chip away at his sanity. Bit by bit. Piece by piece. They gnaw at him. Sometimes, despite his best efforts, they must be discussed.
This week we tackle that all important question: how do we possibly see the breath of the invisible man in "The Invisible Man?"
This week's podcast takes a look at four different movies: "Flashdance," "Days of Thunder," "War of the Worlds" (the Spielberg/Cruise one), and "Downhill." Sure, that's three older films and one newer one or two Tom Cruise films and two not or some other weird bunching, but they kind of all work together. Sort of. Maybe.
Why don't you listen and decide for yourself?
"The Call of the Wild" is the story of Buck learning to survive in the harsh Alaskan environment. Watching the movie is the story of people attempting to accept this Scooby Doo-like version of Buck interacting with Harrison Ford. It doesn't work.
Jesus Quintana is a minor character in "The Big Lebwoski," but he's front and center now in the new John Turturro written & directed (and starring) film, "The Jesus Rolls," which is out on Blu-ray today. So, for this week's podcast, we're going to examine the movie and just what it takes to make a successful spinoff.