Back in 2001, Wes Anderson was known as the director of the modest indie hit RUSHMORE. Then came THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS, with its family full of failed former prodigies and iconic soundtrack. It arguably remains his most beloved film. But how does TENENBAUMS hold up 15 years later? Adam and Josh, along with former co-host (and notable TENENBAUMS skeptic) Sam Van Hallgren, have a Sacred Cow review. Plus, a little ahead of Father’s Day, the Top 5 (Non-Kids) Films To Show Your Kids.
0:00-1:36 - Billboard
1:36-51:10 - Sacred Cow Review: "The Royal Tenenbaums"
51:10-1:01:22 - Notes / Massacre Theatre
1:01:22-1:32:40 - Top 5: (Non-Kids) Movies To Show Your Kids
1:32:40-1:37:36 - Donations
1:37:36-2:09:02 - Top 5 cont.
2:09:02-2:20:24 - Close / Hot Mics
Music used in this episode:
Nico, "These Days"
The Creation, "Making Time"
Why Hollywood should stand with immigrants in the industry by fighting for DACA.
Wall Street Journal personal tech columnist Joanna Stern is back talking the new iPhone SE and whether it can help Apple keep its grasp on the tech consumer. Plus, a look at the trouble at Twitter. Can it ever win back its lost followers?