43 yr old father of four. Founder of Tellez Media and co-creator of Popcorn Tribunal.
In this episode, the guys sat down to watch Robin Hood Men In Tights, A History of the World, and Blazing Saddles.  Mel Brooks is an American director, writer, actor, comedian, producer and composer. He is known as a creator of broad film farces and comedic parodies.Special Guest Michael Blaha joins us for this episode.  Follow us at @popcorntribunal on Instagram and Twitter
The guys take an episode to celebrate three movies from filmmaker Joel Schumacher, who passed away unexpectedly at the age of 80, on June 22, 2020. Tigerland has been called "....top tier of best movies about America's Vietnam experience.", while Falling Down was easily one of Michael Douglas' best performances, and everyone loved the ensemble cast of Batman Forever, except for Tony.   He didn't like Val Kilmer.... Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @popcorntribunaland on Facebook at facebook.com/popcorntribunal
In this episode, the guys address the current state of society and the chaos surrounding the outrage towards systematic racism, stemming from the heinous murder of black men and women by law enforcement officers.   In the only way we know how, we address it by talking about movie-making, black directors, and movies with a social conscience.   Today's conversation centers around John Singleton's Higher Learning, Spike Lee's BlackKklansman, and Boots Riley's Sorry To Bother You...We stand in full support of the Black Lives Matter movement and vow to do our part to fight systematic racism and oppression of minorities domestically and globally.   For a list of approved charities to show your support for the BLM movement, please visit: https://nymag.com/strategist/article/where-to-donate-for-black-lives-matter.htmlFollow us on Twitter and Instagram @popcorntribunal 
AUDIO NOTE: This episode was recorded via Zoom during the quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Please excuse any audio Issues. In this episode the guys review three fairly obscure rock n' roll movies from the 70's and 90's.  Rock and Rule, a 1983 Canadian animated musical science fiction fantasy film, Get Crazy, a 1983 American musical comedy film, starring Malcom McDowell and Daniel Stern, and Phantom of Paradise, a 1974 American rock musical horror comedy film written and directed by Brian De Palma, and scored by and starring Paul Williams. The boys had a fun romp through the discussion of these films, Including Malcom McDowell having a conversation with his penis, and a young Daniel Stern getting the girl.   Give us a follow at @popcorntribunal on Twitter & Instagram
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Jul 2nd, 1976
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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