He had made a request for his usual escort, the one from his days on the circuit, to meet him at the pier by way of the green line bus. As always, she was late.
Gobbledygeek episode 63, “Mise-en-Scène,” is available for listening or download right here.
Have you ever been inexplicably, powerfully moved by a scene in a film? Has there ever been a moment in your favorite television series that captivated you beyond all explanation? Have you found yourself so strongly identifying with a paragraph, page, or chapter in a book that you feel as though you’ve been forever transformed? Paul and AJ have, more times than they can count. Hear just some of the scenes from pop culture that have spoken to them over the years. Also, AJ sees The Smurfs and lives to smurf the smurf (but just barely). And our Formspring page is being ridden like a two dollar whore lately, giving us more questions than the boys could possibly answer…but they give it the ol’ college try anyway.
Next: set aside at least seven hours of your day for our 2011 Fall/Winter Movie Preview special!
(Show notes for “Mise-en-Scène.”)
Ready for some hot fun in the summertime? Well, we’ve got the next best thing! In this week’s episode, Paul and I discussed 44 movies coming out from May through August. Not all of these are sure to be good, and at least a couple are guaranteed to be rotten, but all of them have something interesting about them.
(FYI: The trailers for Bad Teacher and 30 Minutes or Less may be NSFW, as they are both red-band trailers.)
Gobbledygeek episode 50, “Dead Smurf Storage,” is available for listening or download right here.
The summer movie season is right around the corner, so Paul and AJ dive into a plethora of releases from the tentpoles to the (many, apparently) interesting limited releases. Superheroes? Check. Chick flicks? Check. Painfully quirky indie movies? Check. And most importantly, Justin Timberlake? Check, check, and here’s a little more check. Plus: news, Paul and AJ’s take on Steve Carell’s final episode of The Office, and some Gobbler correspondence. Pop some corn and enjoy.
(Show notes for “Dead Smurf Storage.”)