Whoa, we’re back! Here’s a long episode that was definitely not recorded back in December. Ignore these old references as we get back on a regular schedule. Anywho, we talked about Gangs of New York! Can you imagine a Martin Scorsese movie that’s over three hours, being nominated for a ton of Oscars and winning none of them? They also listen to a beloved Beck album and a classic Modest Mouse song. Also, the Immortals finally did it. They spent an hour just talking about Hannibal.
The greatest virus in an idea, according to Christopher Nolan’s Inception. Then enjoy as we present you a series of ideas directly into your ear holes. We will make you believe his film is actually a dissection into filmmaking, we will make you want to go to an LCD Soundsystem concert, we will have you believe that lekvar is not available where we are, we will have you believe the Bloc Party music video is coherent and we may even convince you that The 100 was described properly. But the real question is…..when did you start listening to this show? Think about it. I know you’re here now, but when did you get here?
The Pop Culture Legal Team is back as they discuss the strangest form of insider trading and corporate espionage: the kind that takes place in your dreams. Join Sarah and Meredith and their guest Sherwin Siy as they look at the legal ramifications of Christopher Nolan’s hit 2010 thriller Inception.
Austin and Eric are looking to the skies at they watch Katharine Hepburn and Howard Hughes fly together in The Aviator. This is the first time Cate Blanchett won the Oscar and she did so by playing one of the most famous actresses in Hollywood history. They talk about how essential this performance is to this movie and what it looks like when Hepburn breaks her persona.