The trash halftime show, the Liam Neeson fallout, and the idea of “That movie could never be made today”

We’re back talking about some recent art shows around New York, our uneasy feelings about the Jussie Smollett attack, the fallout from Liam Neeson’s recent interview, and lastly, discuss if there are movies from the past that couldn’t be made today because of a more ‘PC’ culture. Check the full episode out above and tell us your thoughts, comments, and questions about the topics in the episode.

00:01:20 – Recent art shows around New York

00:09:50 – The Super Bowl halftime show was trashhhh

00:20:34 – Are we crazy, or does the Jussie Smollett attack sound a little fishy?

00:30:55 – Casey Affleck’s new movie about a society without women…yeah, we know 

00:39:52 – The Liam Neeson fallout

01:01:00 – Are there movies from the past that couldn’t be made today because of a more ‘PC’ culture? 

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