Kept you waiting did I?
I may have neglected to mention that I’m currently co-hosting the That Was Okay I Guess podcast, where Tucker Warner and I discuss some mediocre/forgotten movies with all the appropriate cynicism you’d expect from two tarty millennial film enthusiasts.
Which is what made our latest episode such a treat. In this most recent episode of the podcast, we discuss the film Death to Smoochy, the 2002 black-comedy starring Robin Williams and Ed Norton. Directed by Danny DeVito, the film centers on a batch of jaded, money-hungry TV executives and the idealistic, though naive, mascot they adopt to replace the hostile former lead of their flagship children’s television show (eerily reminiscent of a certain purple dinosaur.)
It’s good fun, though not necessarily a good film. Come listen!