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Attention all movie lovers and pop culture enthusiasts! The Three Fates Decide podcast is back with an exciting new episode. This episode is packed with discussions on classic movies and their impact on the speakers’ lives. From Gone with the Wind to The Sound of Music, Casablanca to The Sandlot, and Mrs. Doubtfire, the hosts share their favorite movies from different eras and genres. They also express their disappointment with modern comedy movies and their reliance on sexual humor.
The hosts discuss their opinions on recent Disney live-action remakes and movie remakes in general, with mixed reactions. You’ll also hear about movies that have left a lasting impact on the hosts, including Jaws and It. So, mark your calendars and tune in to the Three Fates Decide podcast for an engaging and thought-provoking discussion and much more. Don’t miss out on this exciting episode!
Topic: The Three Fates Decide podcast hosts discuss movies.
- The hosts discuss their favorite classic movies, such as Gone with the Wind, The Godfather, The Sound of Music, and Gigi.
- They also discuss their favorite comedies, including Jim Carrey’s films and Robin Williams’ Mrs. Doubtfire, as well as their disappointment with modern comedy movies.
- The hosts give their opinions on recent Disney live-action remakes, expressing mixed feelings.
- The speakers discuss various adaptations of Jane Austen’s novels, including Sense and Sensibility, and movies that have left an impact on them personally, such as Jaws and It.
- The hosts talk about the impact of music and sound effects in horror movies and the lack of originality in modern films.
- The speakers discuss movies they would never watch again, including Citizen Kane and The Hangover, and a movie recommended by one speaker’s older brother that she found unlikable.
- The podcast ends with a teaser for the next episode.
Mary’s paralyzing fear of clowns, inspired by Tim Curry’s iconic performance in Stephen King’s 1991 movie adaptation of “It,” continues to haunt her to this day.
Despite its controversial themes, the Oscar-winning movie ‘Parasite’ has shattered Hollywood stereotypes, becoming the first foreign-language film to win Best Picture.
Sam’s crippling fear of sharks, ignited by the iconic movie “Jaws”, has haunted her for years, despite living in close proximity to their natural habitat.
The movie industry has drastically shifted towards a reliance on remakes and adaptations. With box office receipts for these projects surpassing those of original stories by an alarming margin.
“All right, first question is what is your favorite movie of all time? If you can pick one, I have.” – Sam
“And the funny thing is that when Gigi was on Broadway, it was played by a relatively unknown actress named Audrey Hepburn.”
“I think we all seem to like more of the old school comedies… You just don’t find a lot of that kind of humor anymore. Really? That kind of humor writing.” – Liz
“I loved the first Anchorman. I thought that was hilarious. But almost every other movie he’s done since then, I don’t find him very funny.” – Sam
“He’s just so pretty. Dan Stevens. Uh, he is very pretty. I have a thing for blue eyes, I think. Jesus.” – Sam
“I mean, Hitchcock movies are just they’re awesome. They’re amazing movies, especially for Window.” – Mary