Aliens come to movie screens in a few different ways. Sometimes they come in peace; sometimes they come to destroy; and sometimes… well sometimes they just come. In ARRIVAL, the new sci-fi film from SICARIO director Denis Villeneuve, they do just come - and it’s up to Amy Adams' language specialist to figure out why. On this week's show, Josh and guest host Michael Phillips have a review. Plus, thoughts on Jeff Nichols’ LOVING and Mel Gibson's HACKSAW RIDGE.
0:00-1:48 - Billboard
1:48-23:43 - Review: "Loving"
Charles Bradley, "God Bless America"
25:08-39:01 - Notes / Massacre Theatre
39:01-51:50 - Review: "Hacksaw Ridge"
Charles Bradley, "Changes"
53:10-1:08:05 - Review: "Arrival"
1:08:05-1:12:10 - Close / Outtake
Vanessa and Casper explore the theme of vulnerability in chapter seven of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. They discuss how Harry’s experience with the sorting hat teaches us to reclaim our own narratives after trauma, and extend...