Our best laid schemes often go awry, and this week, the planned project fell apart but have no fear, something good for you is still on the plate for this week. Originally this was going to be a bonus episode but it now fits nicely in the calendar and it’s great to share it with you.
Eric Friedmann is a blogger who has taken his work into a new medium with a series of books that most of the audience here should appreciate. This is not simply a series of reviews but rather a personal reflection on how movies have shaped his life and informed the person he has become. All of us clearly want to talk about how we see the films we watch, while Eric has found an interesting way to do that and through persistence has put it down on paper.
Join Richard as he talks about the book with it’s author and they both reflect on how cinema has influenced us all. You may very well discover that this book is close to being your own autobiography.
Book Discussion 6:30
How Return of the Jedi was a Turning Point 10:30
Dune Talk 16:00
Flashdance What a Feeling 18:00
Blue Thunder and Assorted Helicopter Talk 26:00
Political Correctness / Incorrectness in Movies 32:00
Molly Ringwald 41:00
Woody Allen 44:00
Oliver Stone 51:00
Mom and Dad 1:05:00
A little Bond Talk 1:12:00
The Movie Going/Video Experience 1:13;00
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