The Break is BACK!!!
This week, Andy and Derrick handle hosting duties while Blake breaks from The Break. The arthouse duo discuss Academy award nominee, Drive My Car, and their feelings on it before discussing this week’s featured films, Norman Jewison’s 1967 racial police potboiler, In the Heat of the Night, and Gina Prince-Bythewood’s 2000 romantic sports drama, Love & Basketball. Both films recently screened at The State Theatre here in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and our hosts reflect on just how great both of these flicks really are.
Andy can be found across social media at:
Facebook - Fat Dude Digs Flicks
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Twitter - FatDudeFlicks
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Blake (therealjohng) AND Derrick (dervdude) can both be found online as a part of:
Facebook - Back Lot 605
Instagram - BackLot605
Twitter - BackLot605
Letterboxd profiles noted in parentheses.
Watch for Derrick on Back Lot’s social media on Monday’s for the Box Office Round-Up.
Blake also moonlights on the SLASHLOT podcast, wherever your catch your pods.
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