Mon, 12 December 2016
After wayyy too many weeks spent pondering what was happening in cinema in the early 2000s, we've gone back to the 80s (and Stephen King and John Carpenter) with the boy-meets-car, boy-falls-in-love-with-car, car-ruins-boy's-life classic "Christine." Special topics for your consideration include: very serious discussions of science and philosophy, less serious discussions about mechanophilia, even LESS serious discussions about the series "Friday Night Lights" in which it is revealed we can't remember a damn thing about it, and Allen attempts to explain how drive-in movie theatres work, despite not actually knowing how drive-in movie theatres work. It's a goodie.
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