It is really good
Like most people, I like movies. Most of the flicks I like are sci-fi: The Star Treks, The Matrix, the Star…Wars..ses. But I rarely get into the analysis of the full cinema experience because I don’t know much about it other than paying $12 for the ticket, $20 for the drink and I sit my ass down and shut up for an hour and a half.
There is quite a bit going on when you go see a movie, especially a movie like Rogue One. R1 brings a dynamic to the Star Wars franchise that has fan-boys as well as the casual movie goer digging for more info…the Star Wars trajectory…if you will.
Mark, Ryan and Jason possess a dynamic that is interesting. Humor, cynicism, in-depth analysis, and yes…insider perspective on a Utah localized level. There is disagreement, which I appreciate, incredible attention to detail and hilarious references that only the geekiest-of-geeks will understand, but everyone can appreciate. In the Rogue One episode I listened to today, topics ranged from character analysis, sexism (in the movie industry), spoilers and perspective from not only Star Wars fans – but movie fans, discussion on the media presentation (3D vs normally aspirated) and discussion on the facilities from which the block buster was viewed.
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If you have seen Rogue One and want to understand how it will affect the up and coming Han Solo expanded Star Wars episode…what the hell are you waiting for?
If you haven’t seen Rogue, then I wouldn’t suggest listening to this particular episode unless you don’t mind spoilers. But don’t let this deter you: Harry Potter, Marvel Super Heroes and other genres of cinematic entertainment based podcast episodes await to feed your brain – and make you laugh.
The Visually Stunning Movie Podcast
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