Jared is back to discuss how COVID-19 is rapidly impacting the film industry and the world abroad. ‘No Time to Die’, ‘A Quiet Place Part II’, and ‘Peter Rabbit 2’, have all been delayed. Multiple venues and public gatherings are closing down – in addition to public schools and businesses, eventually.
From directors Mackenzie Leigh Barmen (who doubles as the cinematographer) and Misti Dawn Garritano (credited as the primary writer and lead actress) comes a story about a married couple. And to say any more than that would spoil the fun for the viewer!
In this episode, Jared and Riley talk some current movie, television, and streaming news, Spyglass’ Scream reboot, and give our full thoughts on the launch of Disney+ and The Mandalorian.
In this episode, Jared and Riley talk polls, Halloween, and the Oscars.
A feel-good, end of summer experience that will warm your heart and have you yearn for the days where you could just hit the road and drop all your problems; no social media and still entirely possible to just disappear for a while.
It is extremely difficult to adapt any Shakespeare text to screen. Theater performances, for one, differ wildly from screen-acting both for inflection and line delivery. The overlap can sometimes disrupt immersion, especially when an adaptation doesn’t go the way as planned.
In a way, John Schlesinger’s ‘Midnight Cowboy’ (1969) is the perfect conclusion to this round of sixties movies. Schlesinger had previously directed three British films, but this was his first American film. It’s meticulously edited and stitched together for maximum effect and exceeds beyond just an average film.
While the episode was exhilarating during the courtroom drama, was the ending-or at least how the show wrapped up-just a little muddled?