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Nike & The Dove "Everybody's Heart is Broken Now" is Prince meets Stevie Nicks meets Joni Mitchell ... best album top to bottom I heard this year that nobody talks about.
I know you mentioned the Wu Tang Clan and how you didn't want to include them in this discussion, but you would have to agree that they perfected the "posse" cut. They approached lyrical attack and delivery "line by line" as distinct individuals with real camaraderie leaving the listener exhausted yet exhilarated.
Thanks for the heads up on the Batman trailer if I had watched that cold I would have shat . . . myself.
I may need to listen again, but I never heard Tucker discuss Fury. I thought the dinner scene was great amongst a lot of other great moments. Looking forward to another 100 great, entertaining conversations.
Yes, that is a great apropos song by The National, so after listening to some of their other stuff, not a lot of variety there.
Toggle Commented Nov 29, 2014 on Male Weepies at The Factual Opinion
Where would you rate The Fly and Naked Lunch on your list of good-to-great Cronenberg or do they rate at all?
Toggle Commented Jul 31, 2014 on Joey: the Chase Continues at The Factual Opinion
I'll see you at Criminal Records.
The "twitchy" guy from Across 110th Street is Paul Benjamin, one of the great character actors in my opinion. He's great in Escape from Alcatraz, Education of Sonny Carson, Do the Right Thing and Rosewood.
I love what you do on this podcast b/c as much as I may think I want you to talk about movies that I'm familiar with you consistently illustrate through your own interactions that that is not how you learn.
Toggle Commented Mar 25, 2014 on Like a Kitty Kat. at The Factual Opinion
I just watched We Own the Night - Excellent! Then when you look at some of the old reviews, it's like, you have go to be kidding. Great podcast!
I haven't seen 12 Years a Slave, but the film version of Beloved falls short for a pretty simple reason. Beloved is a tribute to the strength and resilience of the mind in the way all great works of prose are.
This is an excellent episode. Honestly, I can't wait until the next one. Great stuff!!
Toggle Commented Oct 16, 2013 on CAN YOU FLY, BOBBY? at The Factual Opinion
It is a 2005 family film about a cheetah. Oddly, the theatrical poster pictured on imbd makes it look like an animated film, but it's not.
Watch Duma if you haven't already - it is a well acted and visually interesting film and I would be interested to hear you two's opinion.
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Oct 29, 2012