VI – Narratologists Approve of ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’

In part 2 of a 2-part adventure, Chad and Brad finally have a civil conversation about Everything Everywhere All at Once. And then they stammer through a chat about George Miller’s Three Thousand Year of Longing. 

Show Notes:

Freddie deBoer on Everything Everywhere All at Once:

Tarantino read the script for Swiss Army Man: 

Narratology is a thing… who knew?: 

“Audiences are saying to put this one back in the bottle.” – Something Peter Travers would probably say:

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Review: ‘Swiss Army Man’

.5 starsIn a brilliant opening laden with dark comedy, a man looks out at the ocean as he struggles to kill himself with a necktie, haplessly unable to get the job done. Luckily, the corpse of a well-dressed man washes up onto the beach, releasing a series of nasty farts to prove he’s dead. It’s then that our protagonist robs the cadaver of its belt and moves to continue his suicide attempt – the scene is hilarious, sad, and intriguing. And it was the first and last moment of Swiss Army Man that I found the least bit interesting. Continue reading Review: ‘Swiss Army Man’

Episode 52 – ‘Ghostbusters’ (2016), ‘Finding Dory’, ‘The Secret Life of Pets’, ‘BFG’, and ‘Swiss Army Man’

Catching up on some of best and worst that 2016 cinema has to offer, from the brand new Ghostbusters to the farting prank known as “Swiss Army Man”.