Emma Watson’s UN Speech, The Boxtrolls and “Airport Books”
This week, Katey returns to find Da7e, Patches, Joanna and David still chillin, talking about things like Ello that she’ll never understand. Instead, the group all dives into Emma Watson’s speech about Feminism at the UN and the reaction to it, then they wonder if Laika’s The Boxtrolls is the cure to franchise fatigue. Finally, everyone anticipates Gone Girl from David Fincher and talk about adapting popular/airport/trash novels into movies while David Ehrlich tries to define the word “trash” for himself.
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00:00 – 01:14: Lightning Round: Sudden Sexuality
01:14 – 03:12: Intro: Welcome To Episode 42! REVIEW!
03:12 – 13:31: Joanna’s Tidbit: Emma Watson on Feminism
13:31 – 22:52 – Mini-Segment: Boxtrolls Save Us!
22:52 – 42:48 – Segment 3 – Fincher and Trash Novel Movies
42:48 – 45:27 Outro
This week’s music:
“Little Boxes” by Kinky
“Still Gone ” by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross
“Little Boxes” by Goat