On the seventieth episode of THE THIRD ACT PODCAST, the crew serves up an extra large, Thanksgiving hangover jumbo episode with three indie films up for review. The first is Rick Alverson's somewhat meta(?) anti-comedy about a stand up comedian, ENTERTAINMENT. There's also a review of NASTY BABY, which is at least partially a commentary on modern narrative structure. Finally, there's a spoiler-filled discussion for the film in which Brie Larson is trapped with her kid in ROOM. For the Auteurography segment, the crew discusses Pier Paolo Pasolini's penultimate film and trilogy capper, ARABIAN NIGHTS. Christian and Armando also heap tons of praise onto the latest Rocky flick, CREED, much to Jericho's chagrin. Enjoy! [playlist images="false" tracklist="false" artists="false" tracks="http://symbioticreviews.com/wp-content/uploads/TheThirdActPodcast/The-Third-Act-Podcast-Episode-70.mp3" dload="y" captions="The Third Act Podcast"]
THE THIRD ACT PODCAST is what happens when three film nerds get together in the wee hours of the night inside a cold garage and launch into movie-related discussions and reviews. A true "lo-fi" podcast with a no-string budget, THE THIRD ACT PODCAST is dedicated to highlighting the third act of movies, which could either make or break the cinematic experience. So cozy up with your favorite glass of cheap wine and enjoy Christian, Armando, and Jericho's long-winded forays into all things film!