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Harrison Ford Wrap-Up

Harrison Ford podcast review

More than any other artist we’ve covered, this has to be the subject where it seems impossible that you haven’t seen one of his films. It isn’t just that Harrison Ford works in popular genres, he’s one of the major reason he makes them possible. From a carpenter to a galactic hero, Ford is the rare action hero that brings this level of intensity without ever going full superhero. The guys look back at the films they covered and all the fun (and terrible) ones they didn’t. Also they announce their next Five…

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Episode #95 — Blade Runner 2049

Blade Runner 2049 podcast review

Not everything ages well, but the older and grumpier Harrison Ford gets, the more we love him. After a couple of forgettable performances, Ford returns to a couple of his most iconic characters with a new perspective. His role is brief in Blade Runner 2049 but it gets at what it means to return to a franchise, the strange compassion he is able to convey and why he succeeds at being an angry old man. As always major spoilers for this movie.

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Episode #76 — Blade Runner / I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got / Fresh Green Peppercorn / Just Like Heaven / Clockwork / LOST

Blade Runner podcast review

No more time for silliness! The Immortals have some important reviews on their docket including the beloved sci-fi classic Blade Runner and the beloved sci-fi classic LOST. Also an early album by Sinead O’Connor, absent food, a poppy song by The Cure and an underread story by Philip Pullman. But the biggest question of all is…will anybody get Austin a chair?

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