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NIACW 402 Good Night and Good Luck

Not In a Creepy Way

Release Date: 03/21/2021

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Brothers J and Eric discuss the Winston Churchill biopic Darkest Hour. Nothing like a couple Americans discussing British history. Along the way they discuss the Oxford Time Travel novel series by Connie Willis, Quentin Tarantino, Stanley Kubrick, magazine pornographers, and Churchill’s outdated and objectionable views.   Housekeeping begins at 50:00 during which they discuss the Murdaugh Murders podcast, the Go Fact Yourself podcast, the How to Survive podcast. At 1:06:14 Eric tells us an automotive story then they discuss supply chain issues, powdered milk nostalgia, and coyote...

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Brothers Drew and Eric revisit the iconic 1983 Brain DePalma film Scarface. Viewed thirty years later Drew suggests that it works best if viewed as a comedy.

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Brothers Drew and Eric ask the eternal question: Can Vince Vaughn pull off a horror comedy? Freaky answers that question

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Brothers J and Eric discuss the 1993 film Fire In The Sky, a film that is genuinely scary

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Brothers J and Drew honor Anne Rice by discussing the 1994 Interview with the Vampire. Spoiler: the consensus is that it’s movie for moody theatre kids.

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The brothers discuss Blade Runner 2049, the sequel to the cult classic movie Blade Runner. Two of the three think it’s a masterpiece. One strongly disagrees.

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Risen from the ashes of an episode thought lost in December 2015, enjoy Brothers J and Eric discuss Good Night and Good Luck. In addition to gushing about the film they also discuss traumatic training, Ms Swan, journalism, ethics, and the politics of 2015 – pre-Trump and pre-Covid. It was a simpler time.

 

File length 58:25

File Size 39.1 MB

 

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Directed by George Clooney Produced by Grant Heslov Written by George Clooney and Grant Heslov Main cast David Strathairn as Edward R. Murrow, journalist and host of the CBS television program See It Now George Clooney as Fred W. Friendly, coproducer with Murrow of See It Now Robert Downey Jr., as Joseph Wershba, writer, editor, and correspondent for CBS News Patricia Clarkson as Shirley Wershba Frank Langella as William Paley, chief executive of CBS Jeff Daniels as Sig Mickelson, director of CBS News Tate Donovan as Jesse Zousmer Ray Wise as Don Hollenbeck, journalist for CBS News; accused in the press of being a "pinko". Helen Slayton-Hughes as Mary Alex Borstein as Natalie Thomas McCarthy as Palmer Williams Rose Abdoo as Mili Lerner Reed Diamond as John Aaron Matt Ross as Eddie Scott Grant Heslov as Don Hewitt, director of See It Now Glenn Morshower as Colonel Anderson Don Creech as Colonel Jenkins Robert John Burke as Charlie Mack Robert Knepper as Don Surine Dianne Reeves as Jazz Singer JD Cullum as Stage Manager Peter Jacobson as Jimmy Simon Helberg as CBS Page Joseph McCarthy (archive footage) as himself Liberace (archive footage) as himself Roy Cohn (archive footage) as himself Dwight D. Eisenhower (archive footage) as himself