S03E06: Before Sunrise (1995)

This is the second week running we’ve done an Audience Selection. And you know what… why not!

Lynn Montgomery-Hawke selected this little Richard Linklater ditty from 1995. Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Céline (Julie Delpy) cross paths and spend just 24 hours together in Vienna.

She was worried about what Gordy would make of it, however she suggested she was sure Cross would like it. How will they roll with it? Hope you enjoy the episode Lynn, and also to everyone else out there, we had a great time recording it!

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S03E05: Duel (1971)

Another audience selection this week. So it’s a thank you Dave Brindle for his nice little selection of some very early Spielberg action with Duel. Cross and Gordy talk it out and as usual end up off piste at many different points. Though a thoroughly enjoyable chat it was. Hope you all enjoy the episode and especially Dave! As always, please feel free to share, like, comment!

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S03E04: Blade & Black Panther

Gordy and Cross have both hit Black Panther in recent weeks, but also had the fortune to hit Blade on 35mm as part of the Glasgow Film Festival.

It felt apt to compare and contrast and discuss the latest Marvel superhero flick! With the added cultural significance that seems to be in tow with it. Hope you enjoy!

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S03E03: The Rules of Attraction (2002)

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One of Gordy’s favourite movies of all time comes to the 3 Man Table this week. It’s one Cross had seen at release, however he’d forgotten enough of it to warrant a revisit.

Based on Bret Easton Ellis’ novel of the same name we tackle The Rules of Attraction. Written and Directed by Roger Avary and starring a post-Dawson’s Creek Van Der Beek. As well as Shannyn Sossamon, Ian Somerhalder and Kip Pardue.

Moral choices and life experiences come into the discussions as well as the usual nonsense. As usual, any feedback, reviews, comment and suggestions for future output is always appreciated! Happy listening folks.