We took a break last week since there wasn’t much that came out, but that’s okay because we’re back with some James Bond. Spectre gets dismantled by Chris and Dylan as they talk Bond’s legacy, the significance of Spectre, and why Craig’s Bond lacks the humor it desires. We get into some news like Shane Carruth’s next movie, and why Chi-Raq looks like it might actually be pretty good. There’s some new releases this week, and then Chris talks about the new Netflix Original show by Aziz Ansari – Master of None – and Dylan discusses the one-take heist film, Victoria. Next week we’ll be back with a review of Angelina Jolie Pitt’s By the Sea. Due to me being busy and my schedule changing, the podcast will be going up Wednesday from now on.
(2:20) Spectre Review
(27:57) Spectre Spoilers
(47:00) Spike Lee is going to modernize a greek play in Chi-Raq, leaving us kind of excited for a Spike Lee movie.
(52:12) New Releases
(66:53) Shane Carruth is making a movie about shipping route competition and somehow managed to wrangle up an all-star cast
(72:20) JJ Abrams is going to be passing the burden of making a good Star Wars movie solely to Rian Johnson when it comes time for Episode VIII, providing less input than we originally thought.
(79:39) Chris talks Master of None and how Netflix has been killing it this year.
(87:46) Dylan watched a heist film done in a single take that is less of a heist film and more of a drama, entitled Victoria.
(94:59) Closing comments including us reading some “reader” mail
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