Aug 10, 2013
In 1999, it seemed that a new revolutionary film was coming out. Some were successfull blockbusters such as The Matrix, others weren't nearly as accepted upon arrival like Fight Club. But visionary music video director Spike Jonze made his feature film debut with sitcom writer Charlie Kaufman's strange, twisted dark comedy with the peculiar name Being John Malkovich about a slacker puppeteer who finds a portal into the conscience of the somewhat familiar actor whose name is on the title. But does the film truly revolutionize or is it a world that no man should see? Eric, Kent & Lobster travel to the 7 & 1/2 floor to find out.
Show Note: The Roger Ebert Review used for the show can be found here.