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Now displaying: June, 2014
Jun 28, 2014
In this episode, Dave talks about the Academy Award winning Best Picture from 2010.  Clearly, the stuttering in this movie, his stuttering has a psychological source.  But is this always the case?  Is stuttering physiological, psychological, or a little bit of both?   Listen!
Jun 21, 2014
In this episode, Dave rambles continually about the greatness of Alfonso Cuaron and Gary Oldman.  In this movie, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the two work together to create, in Dave’s opinion, the best film of the Harry Potter franchise.   He also unveils his Top 5 list of movies about prison.  Also, […]
Jun 15, 2014
In this episode, Dave reviews a movie, Doubt, with one of his absolute favorite actors, Philip Seymour Hoffman. Although we have been robbed of many great years of film due to his death, here is one of his best performances (and that’s saying something). Let’s be serious, it is a rare actor that can hold […]
Jun 8, 2014
In this episode, Dave discusses a theory which was borne out of the book/movie “The Outsiders.” Apparently, it actually has an effect when we label people in negative ways. Shocker. Also, The Breakfast Club. Is it the best high school movie of all time? Yes, absolutely yes. If you haven’t seen it yet, go watch […]
Jun 1, 2014
In this episode, Dave looks at the effects of a treatment that doesn’t exist. What would happen to our brains if we could magically remove the bad memories (and who hasn’t thought of that?)? Additionally, he remembers how amazing this movie is, and just how crazy talented Charlie Kaufman can be. Listen as Dave focuses […]
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