Getting the other side of the piracy debate, I speak directly to an online pirate about why he does it and how he sees it.
Plus, Goon co-writer Evan Goldberg talks hockey and the violence of comedy while Detachment director Tony Kaye proves he’s still slightly crazy.
On This Week’s Show:
Telling Jokes With a Bloody Mouth [Beginning – 14:00]: Evan Goldberg, co-writer of movies like Superbad and the forthcoming hockey flick Goon explains how going to bars is a great way to hear stories.
They Wobble, But That’s What They Do [14:00 – 39:15]: The debate isn’t going away, so we’re digging deeper into it by talking directly to an online pirate who has a lot to say about the laws, the entitlement issue, and the not-at-all-simple act of sharing.
Detached [39:15 – The End]: Tony Kaye torched his own career after American History X. Now, he’s emerging again with teacher drama Detachment, which stars Adrien Brody, and he’s still crazy after all these years.
By the way, Goon is available On Demand currently, and you can seek it out here.
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