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We Are Entertained: ‘The Lost City of Z’

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It’s been a little too huggie-feelie around here the past few weeks and it’s about time for the fellas to disagree on a movie and really get into it. Challenge accepted! This week’s episode is what the show is all about, join us as we dive into the mysterious jungles of Amazonia and duke it out over The Lost City of Z, it’s likely you’ll agree with one of us!

Chris kicks things off by talking about Advanced Reader Copies and the world of professional reading. Why would he do this, you may ask? Because this week he shares his thoughts on a thrilling new novel, All Rights Reserved by Gregory Katsoulis, that he got an advanced peek at. It’s due on bookstore shelves August 29, 2017, and you can pre-order on Amazon and plenty of other fine retailers of books.

Matt finally decides to check out the Netflix series everyone has been talking about and watches the first episode of 13 Reasons Why. This turns into an interesting conversation about life, love, and parenting that I think you’ll enjoy. It’s a serious topic and deserves much more attention than it gets these days. I can’t ever pass up on an opportunity to publicize the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, reachable by phone at any time of day or night at 1-800-273-8255.

Finally, we get to the meat of our show and discuss The Lost City of Z. As I mentioned before, the boys couldn’t disagree more about this one and if you’ve been missing the verbal fisticuffs that made this show famous (it’s famous, right?) then, “Welcome Back, Kotter!” (Does that reference make me seem old?) Listen up if you’re dying to find out which Charlie Hunnam film to go see in theaters this week!

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Be sure to tune in next week as we tackle Alien Covenant!

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