Favorite Journalism Movies, Star Wars, Downsizing, Del Toro, Don’t Breathe, Ingrid Goes West
Aug 31st, 2017 by slashfilmdaily
On the September 1, 2017 episode of /Film Daily, Peter Sciretta is joined by Hoai-Tran Bui, and Brad Oman to talk about the news, including the early buzz for Downsizing and The Shape of Water, the coolest Star Wars: The Last Jedi toys from Force Friday 2, and an all-female Lord of the Flies remake. At The Water Cooler, we talk about Don't Breathe, Ingrid Goes West and iTunes reviews. And The Mail Bag, we talk about our favorite movies about journalism.
In The Water Cooler:
Peter talks about watching Don’t Breathe
HT saw Ingrid Goes West
Brad has been reading our iTunes reviews
In the News:
‘Downsizing’ Early Buzz: Another Compassionate Comedy From Alexander Payne
‘The Shape of Water’ Early Buzz: Guillermo del Toro’s Dazzling Fairy Tale May Be His Best Since ‘Pan’s Labyrinth’
The Coolest ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Items You Can Buy on Force Friday II
An All-Female ‘Lord of the Flies’ Remake is in the Works — Written By Two Men
In The Mailbag: Jacob Chandler writes in, “I am a huge fan of the podcast. I love listening to you guys every day on my way to school. I am currently going to the University of Southern Mississippi with a study in Mass Communication and Journalism. Right now, I am interested in finding movies that have to deal with journalism and research. The film Spotlight was a big inspiration to me in this area, an honest and profound way of showing good people digging deep to find the truth. My question to you guys is what movies would you recommend that have to do with journalism that is presented in this kind of real and true way? Documentary or feature film. Thank you guys so much for the podcast, as well as the site. Keep up the awesome work!!”
Peter’s Picks: Almost Famous, Shattered Glass, Page One
HT’s Picks: His Girl Friday, All The President’s Men
Brad’s Picks: Nobody Speak, Good Night and Good Luck
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