7: Punch-Drunk Love

7: Punch-Drunk Love

Widely regarded as containing Adam Sandler’s best film performance, Punch-Drunk Love is the tale of an oddball man named Barry, who has seven horrible sisters and some serious anger issues. This week, Brett, Nicole, and David were joined by guest Matthew Sargent, and together we addressed such issues as, Who is this Paul Thomas Anderson guy, anyhow? What is up with the music in this movie? And what is Barry’s major malfunction and should it keep him from having a serious relationship? Come listen!

Next episode, Movie-Go-Round continues its second thematic round with a return to Around the World! The film? Paolo Sorrentino’s Italian art drama, “The Great Beauty.” Go watch the film if you haven’t! See you next Saturday!

Connect with your hosts and guest! Brett Stewart | Nicole Davis | David Luzader | Matthew Sargent


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