What do you do when a piece of presentation gives you down? Maybe you complain about it to your best friend. Perhaps you nail its shortcoming with a sly tweet, or share a damning critical review. If “youre using” any of those different forms of anger, it’s possibly because failed skill can feel like it’s happening TO us , not for us. But what if we told you anybody can take owned of their viewing know-how? What if hampering one recreation suggestion in your brain throughout an okay movie can change it into memorable presentation? And absolutely amazing of all: what if that they were able stimulate ‘Star Wars’ prequels kind of watchable?
On this week’s episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt is joined by comedian columnist& memoir-master Guy Branum for a festivity of follower beliefs, headcanons, and other ways to read a movie better. They’ll re-discover everything from Julia Roberts’ heyday to Disney’s darkest hour. They’ll turn football movies into the Shakespearean misfortunes they’ve always been. And if they can find the strength to do it, they’ll obligate ‘Entourage’ into something miraculously watchable.
“I felt[ creator Rabo] Karabekian with his meaningless illustrations had entered into a conspiracy with millionaires to attain poor people feel stupid.” — Kurt Vonnegut in Breakfast of Champions
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