Surprise! We’re back for a check-in episode to discuss the best and worst of summer entertainment so far.
Join us as we talk about what worked, what didn’t, and how Harry Styles did in Dunkirk. Plus, Michelle’s oscar predicting skills experience a dramatic reversal.
It’s time for part 2 of our look at master director Christopher Nolan.
Join us as we explore the nature of happy endings, whether or not the top was falling, and why Batman can’t move his neck.
Finally – we talk Interstellar.
In Part 1 of our Nolan exploration sees us gushing and arguing about his new work. We also delve into gravity anomalies, time dilation, and whether or not the Apollo missions actually happened (spoiler: they did).
To tide you over until we can talk Interstellar, let’s do a Christopher Nolan prelude!
Dan and Missy dip their toes in the Nolan waters and look back at the Dark Knight trilogy.
For our first-ever episode about a composer, we dive into a living legend, Hans Zimmer – the official supplier of movie superhero/action/atmospheric music since 2000.
We listen to some clips, talk about Hans’ long-reaching impact, and discover why he might be the most over-the-top minimalist out there.
BONUS: Dan kind of apologizes for bashing “White Christmas”
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