Episode 899: Both Ends of the Spectrum

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6 Responses

  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    Your description of that Kurosawa film sounded like his adaptation of Gorky’s “The Lower Depths”, but that’s a different movie (and in black & white rather than color).

    I think John Stahl’s black & white “Imitation of Life” is better than Sirk’s. And I’m not just trying to get credit for preferring the film with an actual part-black actress for the passing role, I think she’s written better and the film as a whole is funnier (a recurring tendency among the three Stahl films remade by Sirk).

    Tangents aren’t that much of a plus for me, which is why I rank The Projection Booth podcast over Blank Check.

  2. WoodyHolly says:

    I hope Tyler is doing well hasn’t been on for awhile

  3. Julius says:

    My double feature meal plan usually involves having a big breakfast and lunch, and then just a peanut butter sandwich before I leave, taking three or four sweet pointed peppers to the cinema. At the theater, I may get some nuts.

    But it depends on the theater; some of my regular cinemas serve a good dinner at a reasonable price, so then it’s convenient to eat there.

    • Battleship Pretension says:

      Wait, you’re just snacking on raw peppers during the movie?

      • Julius says:

        Mostly in between films. I don’t want the crunch to bother people. The peppers I get are really sweet, you can eat them like fruit and I’m surprised more people don’t do it.

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