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Happy Holidays Friends! For our December #PhellasGiveAway , we’re giving away a digital code copy of IT: Chapter Two on December 12th! Let us know in the comments below “What’s your favorite movie of 2019?” and we’ll pick random winner next Thursday. Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel for future giveaways.
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Also, we’re doing our first Q+A on the next episode of our podcast. Feel free to drop us a question in the comments below or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll answer them next week.
by Kevin Muller
The Irishman represents a lot as a film. First, it is the first time the legendary director, Martin Scorsese has worked with legendary actor, Al Pacino. This is also a big gamble for the streaming service, Netflix, who put up the $159 Million dollar budget, when almost every studio in town passed on it. The company has released many films before, including last year’s Oscar winning, and my favorite film of the year, Roma. The gigantic price tag went to de-aging the actors, since this film spans over 50 years. It is an expensive trick to finance. Most of all, this feels like a good-bye to a genre of films made by the master and his crew of skilled actors. The important question is, does it all work?
On the next podcast, we’re hosting our first Q + A. If you want to ask us a question, let us know in the comments below or e-mail us your question to email@example.com and we’ll answer them in a few weeks!
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“In 1959, psychiatrist Dr. Alan Stone (Richard Gere) arrives at a mental hospital in Ypsilanti, Michigan armed with the radical belief that schizophrenic patients should be treated not with confinement and electroshock therapy but with empathy and understanding. As his first study, he takes on the particularly challenging case of three men—Joseph (Peter Dinklage), Leon (WaltonGoggins), and Clyde (Bradley Whitford)—each of whom believes they are Jesus Christ. Hoping that by getting them together in the same room to confront their delusions he can break through to them, Dr. Stone begins a risky, unprecedented experiment that will push the boundaries of psychiatric medicine and leave everyone involved—including Dr. Stone himself—profoundly changed. Based on a remarkable true story, Three Christs is a fascinating and moving look at one man’s journey into the deepest mysteries of the human mind.”