I had the opportunity to spend some time chatting with author and speaker, Kevin Smokler (Brat Pack America, Practical Classics). It ran the gamut from Batman & James Bond to favorite 80s movies and great places to eat in Chicago!
We’ve got Glass (the sequel to M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable), a little Indy 5, a few other movie news snippets… then Dennis finally gets to gush about his love for Lea Thompson in this movie (or did he really have a crush on Mary Stuart Masterson all along?) It’s 1987’s under-appreciated John Hughes’ film — Some Kind of Wonderful.
Planes, trains, and The Last Jedi are on the table for this discussion. We opine about the future of the Force and end up arguing about the final scene of the John Hughes’ classic road trip movie Planes, Trains & Automobiles.
There’s this great movie… anybody?… with this great group of friends… anybody?… and they ditch school to go into the city… anybody? It’s called Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. We all agree it’s a great movie, but is there ever a time when hitting a car is more than just hitting a car?