Week 34: Rise In A High Point (Point Break (1991), High-Rise, Insomnia)

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This Week in Film join Nick, Ray, & Tony as they discuss Insomnia, Point Break (1991), and High-Rise.

Rundown of this week’s show:
00:00 – Show Open & Intro
00:54 – Ray goes all the way up first with High-Rise: If you took Snowpiercer and put it in a building, but made it less exciting.
10:27Tony puts everyone to sleep with Insomnia. Hilarious joke.
20:48 – Finally, Nick wades into the surf and talks the original Point Break, and they try to figure out what makes a movie like this work so well.
33:41 – We read responses to both of last weeks questions, an experiment so successful we are gonna do two questions again.
37:50 – First up is #RaysRayndomRayquest:
Can you name a movie that you like/disliked that took place in one setting?
39:04 – Next is #TonysThirdDegree:
What is your favorite mainly dialogue driven scene/movie?
Answers will be discussed on next weeks episode!
40:28 – Plugs & Show Close

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