We spoil Wonder Woman and perhaps a little bit of #OnceUponATime. Listen here! Then we move into a quiz with only one real winner. Special guest, our Floridian Feminist Friend.
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We’re back after a long hiatus! As such, we talk about politics a little bit, the #idesofTrump postcard campaign, some of the Oscar winning movies, the Oscar ceremony itself, and the animated movie category in detail. Plus, there are sound effects in this episode. We then share our obsessions. Let us know what you’re obsessing about by tweeting at us @rhymeetreason or on facebook.com/rhymeetreason.
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By the Sea was written and directed by Angelina Jolie. The movie follows a couple who are going to vacation in the south of France (which is actually filmed in Malta) and is gorgeous by all accounts. The cliffs, the … Continue reading By the Sea
Savages is another attempt to enlighten the world about selling drugs in southern California and getting tangled up with Mexican drug lords. Don’t do drugs, kids. It’s not like Savage Grace or The Savages. It’s an Oliver Stone film that motions you to sit down, shut up, and enjoy the first scene in which Taylor Kitsch is having a bit of fun with Blake Lively. Two guys (Aaron Johnson and Taylor Kitsch), who are almost complete opposites, and a girl (Blake Lively) get themselves wrapped up in a cartel problem that is more complicated than it appears on the surface. This is … Continue reading Oliver Stone’s Savages
The internets are abuzz now that it has been revealed that Lady Gaga is set to make her film debut in Robert Rodriguez’s Machete Kills–the sequel to 2010’s Machete. She’ll play “La Chameleón”–Spanglish for a female Chameleon–as per the above promo pic, which features a wolf stole and a smoking (silenced) gun. Are you excited to see Mother Monster on the big screen?! Continue reading Lady Gaga to Make Film Debut in “Machete Kills”
For those of you who know me, you know that I have a borderline obsessive affinity for the Caped Crusader. Whether it be the Bat symbols on my car, the countless number of t-shirts and apparel, or the permanent Bat-gear I sport on my upper right arm everyday. For those of you who don’t know me, allow me to introduce myself – my name is Patrick Dougherty, and for as long as I can remember, I’ve loved Batman. When I dig through a drawer and blow the dust off a photo from 20 years ago, I see myself playing with Batman … Continue reading The Dark Knight Rises