EPISODE 474: ARE HOLLYWOOD MOVIES LIBERAL OR CONSERVATIVE?

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3 Responses

  1. Nick S. says:

    First of all, more Tyler “Dumb Guy” voice, please! Also, thanks to David I am really excited for “Ant-Man: Captain America: Civil War.”

  2. Juhani Kenttä says:

    Only one comment so far? I’m surprised. Not that I have much to add either. A really strong episode, guys.

  3. Alexander Miller says:

    I evenly like and dislike everything relating to politics in movies. Just kidding, but I would like to say that I support the West Wing voting continuation idea. I think an interesting point that you touched on was the “safe” political navigating in Nolan’s Batman films – an argument I would support is that if a film gets anyone thinking outside their comfort zone, whether it be fascism in politics, Occupy Wall Street, or what ever serviceable allegory Nolan brings to the screen.

    If you want to tackle “bigger issues” and why big studios avoid, or softpedal issues the biggest tell always (like everything) comes down to economic interests, money, and “who owns what”. Time Warner owns Warner, Turner, HBO, and who knows what else and there’s X% of investors connected with huge names in big business, who also share financial interests with Saudi investors and so forth, I don’t “speak money” that well so time to stop. Maybe I’m just pointing at the obvious elephant in the room, or maybe I’m way off target but it’s always about the money. So conservative or liberal it always comes down to money, and the ebb and flow of our political climate.

    I liked the episode!

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