Episode 772. Our Personal Movie Hang-Ups
In this episode, Tyler and David discuss the personal hang-ups that get in the way when they’re watching movies as well as whether not liking Don’t Look Up makes you a climate science denier.
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First, let me say that I love this episode, love the topics and nit-picks you covered and all that. One thing that routinely annoys me, and it came it came to mind when you mentioned scenes in movies where they make plans and never go over the details, or exchange phone numbers.
Another hang up for me, not sure if you mentioned it, but scenes when people get hired at a new job. They always shake hands, “you’ve got the job Mr. Cobblepot, congratulations, you’ll go far in this company!”
They never discuss schedules, start dates, paperwork, salary, insurance, pto, benefits, etc. It’s always been a rock in my shoe, should I ever pen a script where someone gets hired I’ll be sure to include aforementioned info.
That could be a whole movie.
Or how about when someone is looking for something through their binoculars they always skim by it then go back?