Episode 578: Ethical Movie-Watching with Brandie Posey by · Published April 16, 2018 · Updated April 30, 2018 In this episode, Tyler and David welcome back Brandie Posey to help sort through how or how not to enjoy certain movies in the #MeToo era. Related Posts:Tyler Takes On the Oscars and Other Stuff You Might Have…Episode 839: Movies About AmnesiaEpisode 844: Movies About Old HollywoodEpisode 837: Movies That Don't ExistLocating Nonexistent Movies and Other Stuff You Might Have…BP Movie Journal 2/17/23BP Movie Journal 4/28/23Episode 835: Oscars 2023 (Tyler's Take) Share
“i watched FERDINAND, i don’t give a fuck.”
if that’s not MoviePass’s new slogan, they don’t know how to run a business.
You guys should film an episode as you sit side by side getting manicures. Bonus content I would pay for
Didn’t know the bassist for Cave In died! What album were you listening to David? My two favorites are Beyond Hypothermia and Until Your Heart Stops.
I was revisiting Jupiter, which was the first thing I ever heard of theirs and what made me love them.
that was a big departure from their harder stuff, if you like Converge and stuff like that you’ll like Cave In’s earlier stuff, Jupiter is pretty cool though.
I’m just really sad that Deadpool didn’t put in Christopher Plummer. It could have even been really bad greenscreen over TJ Miller’s face.
I hesitated downloading this episode because I feared there might me more hothouse victimhood than I could stomach. It wasn’t all that bad and a good chunk I actually agree with. One that struck me was the Alec Baldwin discussion. I don’t doubt the guy might be prone to being a hothead and even a prick sometimes, but on the basis of calling his 12-year-old a “selfish little pig” you were really weighing if he should or -in today’s climate- would have a career? Because he was what some deem a bit harsh verbally with his kid on one instance? Are you serious? She wasn’t an overweight child that he was calling a fat pig. That would have been cruel and maybe given some insight into his character. He was upbraiding his daughter for being thoughtless – maybe she was. Some would say he used a poor tone and a worse word – maybe he did. But lose a career or a plum role over this bit of near nothingness? Good God. One thing one can be fairly sure of is that his no doubt very privileged daughter would not have been allowed to feel the loss of income. Way to pick your battles.
Phew! Thank God you found something in the episode to be mad about!