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Minisode 67: Another Ten Years

26 Jun

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In this minisode, Tyler reflects on his ten years of marriage.

Minisode 66: Jurassic World

24 Jun

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In this minisode, Tyler discusses his thoughts about Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World.

Episode 132: with special guest Greg Koukl

19 Jun

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In this episode, Tyler is joined by Christian apologist Greg Koukl to talk about his faith and career.

Minisode 65: Chariots of Fire

12 Jun

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In this minisode, Tyler and Josh discuss Hugh Hudson’s Chariots of Fire, Best Picture of 1981.

Episode 131: Avengers: Age of Ultron

4 Jun

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In this episode, Tyler and Reed Lackey discuss Joss Whedon’s Avengers: Age of Ultron and Robert Aldrich’s The Dirty Dozen.

EPISODE BREAKDOWN
00:00:45- Intro, BP Alien commentaries, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, talking during movies
00:20:35- Avengers: Age of Ultron
01:16:40- The Dirty Dozen
1:52:25- Superhero movies, episode wrap-up

Minisode 64: Gandhi

14 May

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In this minisode, Tyler and Josh discuss Richard Attenborough’s Gandhi, the Best Picture of 1982.

Episode 129: Nightcrawler

7 May

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In this episode, Tyler and Robert discuss Dan Gilroy’s Nightcrawler and Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood.

EPISODE BREAKDOWN
00:00:44- Intro, International Christian Film Festival
00:20:05- Nightcrawler
01:14:25- There Will Be Blood
01:46:15- Episode wrap-up

Minisode 63: Terms of Endearment

1 May

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In this minisode, Tyler and Josh discuss James L. Brooks’ Terms of Endearment, the Best Picture of 1983.

Togetherness, by Tyler Smith

30 Apr

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There is a moment early in Joss Whedon’s Avengers: Age of Ultron in which the superhero team contemplates how they could possibly fight against another onslaught of interstellar monsters. Captain America quietly states, “Together.” In the moment, it seems somehow sad, maybe even pathetic, to think that the only consolation about impending death is that they’ll die alongside one another. The moment has power, but not because it is inspirational.

The inspiration comes later, after the in-fighting and paranoia. After blame is thrown around and the characters are belittled by one another. Only after the team is at its lowest, with virtually no cohesion at all, do they finally come together to fight against an army of robots. Why does this happen? Because when you’re that low, you come to realize just how weak you are and how much you need other people. It is at that moment, after exposing one another’s flaws and fears and accepting them, that the Avengers truly comes together as a team.

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Minisode 62: Amadeus

23 Apr

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In this minisode, Tyler and Josh discuss Milos Forman’s Amadeus, the Best Picture of 1984.