With its movies not often hitting theaters, and those that do not often debuting with a lot fanfare, is Netflix hurting its movies with its extra ephemeral launch mannequin? That’s a giant subject on this week’s present. We focus on how each movies and collection on Netflix appear to come back and undergo the cultural zeitgeist, whether or not or not that’s sustainable, and whether or not we expect it ought to change.
Additionally this week, director David Yates joins us to debate his new movie “Ache Husters,” his time working within the Wizarding World, and the upcoming documentary “David Holmes: The Boy Who Lived” which tells the story of Daniel Radcliffe and his Harry Potter stunt double David Holmes who endured a life-changing accident on set.
Timestamps (approx. solely)
- 00:00:00 – Intro
- 00:11:58 – David Yates Talks ‘Harry Potter’ & ‘Ache Hustlers’
- 00:34:31 – Netflix’s Dangerous Launch Mannequin & ‘Ache Hustlers’ Assessment
- 00:41:42 – ‘5 Nights At Freddy’s’ Surprises Us With A Enormous Field Workplace Win
- 00:56:37 – Sophia Coppola’s ‘Priscilla’ Assessment
- 01:12:49 – ‘Now and Then – The Final Beatles Music’
- 01:27:30 – Outro
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