Kevin, Sean and Sarah exchange views on the career of a comedy juggernaut and one of the most quotable actors in film history: Jim Carrey.
What started with a conversation about Empire Records ends up as a discussion on Gen X films. Hear how the discussion evolves as Sarah and Bryan wax nostalgic about a cult classic, and why Kevin feels like the odd man out. Enjoy!
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I’ve always grown up with the philosophy that what you dislike about others, is what you really dislike about yourself. For instance when I was eleven, I really hated my best friend Scott’s need to act out every mundane story that he told, and then the following day, I looked in the mirror. I grew up that day.
Those who know me (and some who don’t) know that the Academy Awards is the one annual ritual in which I hold the same level of esteem as religious events like Easter, Christmas, and watching a Batman or Superman movie. Ever since I was a kid, the Oscars were an event that I simply couldn’t “take or leave.” Would you “take or leave” your grandmother? Favorite uncle? First born child?