Scarecrow/Stand By Me--Male Friendships in Film

Released Sunday, 1st December 2019
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In part one of this week's podcast, we cover the topic of male friendships on film. We warm up the discussion with a Top 3 list and then segway into the reviews for Scarecrow (1973) and the classic Stand By Me. Colin discusses his experience of being a man with other male friends and Nikki shares her observations as a woman peeking into some of these friendships. To round up the discussion we play a clip from "Colin's Favorite Overacting Moments in Film History" and make it an official segment of the show. Afterward, we discuss a bit of film industry news including Scorsese's new movie The Irishman! Then we introduce another quick segment: the streaming movie of the week. Lastly, we wrap up asking for all of our listeners to send in your favorite film of the 2010s so we can read them on air in the last episode of 2019.
Join us in part two for our discussion of Female Friendships in which we talk about Frances Ha and 9 to 5.

Read Nikki's reaction to The Irishman here.
Watch the Today Show clip about long movies here.
Read a more informed article about the Penn Hills theatre issue here.
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1h 16m 18s
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8
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