We do it too irregularly -- stop, assess, and correct. It is, however, one of our greatest strengths. We can all stop what we're doing for a minute, assess whether it was the right course of action, and then correct as needed. Today's podcast looks at HBO's "The Outsider" and the classic comedy, "Airplane!" to provide examples.
Turning 25 years old this summer is "Clueless" a (then) modern update to "Emma." It is a movie turned up to 11 but with good cause and great results. On the other side of things is "Trolls: World Tour," a movie turned to 11 presumably because claiming it was turned to 31 would just be silly.
One works. One doesn't. Let's discuss.
The 1990 "classic" (because it's 30 years old) film "Ghost" is arriving in a new Blu-ray release next week. So, this week we're looking at the movie, what it means to pretend that someone isn't there who is, and whether there's a "joke" that goes too far in the film (it does).