Comedy

Parasite- A Masterpiece

This week’s movie review is about two families who come together to become a well-oiled machine. The Kim family is from the lower level of society, but have developed ultra street smarts. The Parks family is from the high-class wealthy nature living in an architectural marvel of a house.

We are talking about the darkly hilarious and heart-wrenching film, Parasite, from Koren director, Bong Joo Ho. This film is not short on substance. It comes from a well know Koren director who has produced some of the great films of the last fifteen years, including Snowpiercer, Mother, Host, and Memories of Murder.

Check out the film and then listen to our in-depth analysis of the movie with our host, Patrick G. Keenan, Laura Truman, Squeaker, and Kent Smith.

 

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Sing Street on the new podcast!

Check out the latest podcast about this groovy little Irish film called Sing Street. It’s a delightful coming of age story.

With the recession hitting people hard in Dublin during the 80s, Conor is moved from his private school to a tough inner-city alternative. As he tries to adjust to a new way of life, he decides to start his band to impress a girl. Join us for this coming of age adventure while we flashback in time to the 1980s in Ireland.

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Ready for some Rock and Roll?

Join us for our latest laugh out loud adventure while we review the legendary rock and roll film Bohemian Rhapsody. It follows the life of Freddie Mercury and the British rock band, Queen.

 

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We have bonus material from Time Bandits

Time Bandits is a film from 1981 film directed by Terry Gilliam. In this film, you follow a young boy named Kevin as he travels around with a group of criminal dwarfs through time and history. In this movie, you see everything from robing Napoleon, to meeting Robin Hood, all the way to ancient Greece. Time Bandits is a movie that can be watched by all ages as it has the lighthearted fun story of following a young boy through history, yet also has some jokes intended for the older viewers that you might miss if you aren’t paying close enough attention. Though this film is approaching almost 40 years since its original release, it still is viewed and discussed to this day and will be remembered as one of Terry Gilliam’s classic comedies.

On this bonus material, we will be talking more in depth of the legendary film plus adding some extra pop to the mix with new thoughts and reviews on other films.  Make sure to listen to this podcast on your favorite spot or listen on our site for free too.

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