Fri, 27 January 2017
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are trying to find their bearings in Trump's America and must already re-calibrate their thinking after M. Night Shyamalan's "Split" turns out to be a solid thriller. In honor of that movie, the guys pitch projects about multiple personalities.
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Episode 165 includes:
-New "Power Rangers" trailer equals Ben's constant euphoria.
-Animal cruelty controversy emerges from "A Dog's Purpose" which sounds like a family film made by Lars von trier.
-"Silence" is long and thoughtful and also long. "Slash" is surprising as a slice-of-life about DIY eroticism.
-"Split" is proof that an M. Night Shyamalan movie is no longer soemthign to fear.
-This Week's Pitch -- Multiple Personalities!
-Nate pitches a rom-com with two alternate personalities after the same girl and a heist squad all in one body.
-Ben pitches an adaptation of the game "Killer Seven," a person with multiple personalities is possessed by a demon, and a serial killer who collects personas of his victims.