Berkreviews.com Movie Club episode 068 – The Last Unicorn

Berkreviews.com Movie Club episode 068 – The Last Unicorn

Corey (@coreyrstarr) got to pick the final movie for April’s ’80s films. She selected The Last Unicorn (1982) directed by Jules Bass and Arthur Rankin Jr. starring Mia Farrow, Jeff Bridges, Alan Arkin, Christopher Lee, and Angela Lansbury. Jonathan (@berkreviews) has never seen this film either, though he sounds as though he would never have picked it. Could exhaustion and a bad day have impacted his take on this apparently beloved classic animated film? Listen to find out!

Next episode – Inherent Vice (2014)

The month of May brings a new theme to Movie Club: Paul Thomas Anderson movies! It became clear when Phantom Thread came out last year that Jonathan had some major gaps in PTA’s filmography. Thus, May was selected to be a place to fix that. Inherent Vice (starring Katherine Waterston, Joaquin Phoenix, and Josh Brolin among many others) was the first one he selected to knock off. Corey has seen this film, but she’s looking forward to…well she actually rewatched it this week on accident, but she is ready to discuss it with Jonathan.

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Berk Reviews Movie Club – General Info

Corey and Jonathan both realized they had a ton of movies they’d never seen. In an effort to work through their gap list, they started this podcast to ensure they at least check one new film off the list almost every week. Thus, for a film to qualify for Movie Club one or both have to have never seen it or at least not seen it for a long time.

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