Mary and Max (And Someone I "Lost")

Today, M talks about a movie that both represents connection and disconnection. Has a movie ever cost you a relationship? Or was it just an inability to understand?

Topic of Today's Episode:
Mary and Max (2009) dir by Adam Elliot

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Episode 39: Justifying Your Netflix Binges

Another double feature? Well, something need to be looked at from different angles. Fortunately, we can always rely on Netflix when we need a lot of content. But that's a part of the problem isn't it?

Look, there is a lot to learn, though. About seeing and perception and the way we receive stories. So today, M looks at two movies with a strong visual element, using that term loosely, of course.

Topic of Today's Episode:

Bird Box (2018)

Fyre: The Greatest Party that Never Happened (2019)

[Both Neflix Originals]

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Episode 36: P.S. I Love You (From Wherever I'm Sending This)

Today, M embodies the true spirit of the podcast and talks about an unexpected takeaway from a movie. In fact, it's more than unexpected... Maybe she's full of hot air, but she's also full a great deal of hurt and pain that her friends never quite understood. It's just hard to lose a loved one, be it a parent or spouse.

Topic of Today's Episode:
P.S. I Love You (2007) dir by Richard LaGravenese

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Anomalisa - Broken Visions

Today, M wants to talk about a movie that most people don't care about. Really, she gets it. It was one of the rare movies she wanted to gush about when she first saw it and found that no one was interested. But it's ideas have lingered with her. Namely, how do you relate to people/things/yourself when you can't seem to accurately see.

Even when an internet commenter suggested that was stupid.

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Topic of Today's Episode:
Anomalisa (2015) dir by Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson

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