Episode 14 of #AtlanticSC has Jason and Lee discussing Denis Villeneuve’s latest hit, the sensational Arrival. The film stars Abbott and Costello and lots of finger painting.
This week’s episode of #AtlanticSC is Part 2 of the Paul Thomas Anderson retrospective. In this second part of the retrospective, Jason and Lee tackle Anderson’s Magnolia (1999) and Punch-Drunk Love (2002).
For Episode 12: Doctor Strange, Jason and Lee are accompanied by the guy who wrote the #AtlanticSC theme song, Jason Beaulieu. Doctor Strange is directed by Scott Derrickson and stars Michael Stuhlbarg and Benjamin Bratt.
This week, Jason and Lee give Jack Reacher naysayers the two-fingered salute as they underline both the negatives and the positives of Tom Cruise’s latest action/comedy. The film is directed by Edward Zwick and stars Tom Cruise running, Tom Cruise sweating, Tom Cruise fighting, Tom Cruise bleeding, Tom Cruise threatening, and Tom Cruise killing.
This week’s episode, much to Lee’s surprise, finds Jason in a great mood because Episode 10 signals the start of #AtlanticSC’s Paul Thomas Anderson retrospective. In this first part of the retrospective, Jason and Lee tackle Anderson’s first feature film released in 1996 entitled Hard Eight (Sydney), as well as his follow up, the now classic Boogie Nights (1997).
This week on #AtlanticSC, Jason and Lee tackle one of the most divisive movies of 2016, Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot. The movie stars Sony products such as Vaio, Blu-ray, and also others secretly owned by Sony such as Coca-Cola, H&M (who collaborate with Coca-Cola), Hi-C, and Pringles.
You voted for it on the #AtlanticSC Twitter poll (claiming 53%), so this week Jason and Lee discuss Akira Kurosawa’s classic epic, Seven Samurai. The film was released in 1954 and stars Toshiro Mifune and Takeshi Shimura.