Spike Lee broke down barriers for black filmmakers in Hollywood when his third film Do The Right Thing became a surprise box office success in the Summer of 1989. Does his funny and fiery look at racial tension in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood still divide audiences over the appropriate use of a garbage can? And how long did customers have to wait for a pizza delivery in the days before DoorDash? Hear "Love" and "Hate" duke it out over the airwaves when you fight the power with Jakob, Stuart, and Arnie this Spring. Donate Now!
Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob continue their look back at the greatest summer movie season of all time with a podcast review of Honey, I Shrunk The Kids. Tim Burton’s Batman might’ve seemed like the only film opening on June 23, 1989, but Disney’s family film about miniaturized suburbanites trekking through a treacherous jungle of a backyard was not to be overlooked! Find out how this Rick Moranis invention saved the Mouse House, and if good things come in small packages, when you become a Spring 2019 Gold Level Donor.
Stuart, Arnie, and Jakob want to take you back to the Summer of 1989 - one of the greatest movie-going eras of their lives! The retrospective of the most groundbreaking films of that time kicks off with a podcast review of beloved coming-of-age drama Dead Poets Society. Do the lessons of unconventional prep school teacher Robin Williams still have value 30 years later? And will Ethan Hawke and Robert Sean Leonard earn high marks on their first major test in acting? Find out when you Seize The Day, and become a Spring 2019 Gold Level Donor!