This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we get our hands dirty with an important political question: was Abraham Lincoln a member of the X-Men?
We also tackle Mark Harris’s instantly popular “The Day the Movies Died” article, the concept of marketing as storytelling, and Rob Hunter is challenged with bringing up the movie Little Giants at some point during the hour and a half show.
Plus, we find time to review I Am Number Four and Unknown before settling into the real question of the night: Is there a liberal bias in Hollywood. Special guests Vic Holtreman from Screen Rant and John Nolte from Big Hollywood join Hunter and I on this magical, magical journey that will touch your heart.
On This Week’s Show:
Segment One – News [Start – 15:30]
- Is Top Gun to blame for Hollywood?
- What has marketing done?
- Are movies really worse than they used to be?
Segment Two – Reviews [15:30 – 28:00]
- I Am Number Four
Segment Three – The World Famous Segment Three – [28:00 – Finish]
- The Apparent Liberal Bias in Hollywood: Does it exist? We use this Segment Three Debate to have perhaps the most intelligent discussion of all time on the show. Fortunately, it only devolves into fist-fighting half a dozen times. Completely calm fist fights. Are movies in the tank for the Left? If so, why or why not? Show your work.
Don’t forget…next week is our infamous Reject Oscar live-blog. Gird your loins.
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