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A podcast dedicated to Binge Watchers and Film Addicts that enjoy the depth of film and television! Philosophy, politics, religion, cinematography, storytelling, you name it!

T.V. Trey Podcast Trey Anthony

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A podcast dedicated to Binge Watchers and Film Addicts that enjoy the depth of film and television! Philosophy, politics, religion, cinematography, storytelling, you name it!

    Ep. XXXIII - Power to the People: V for Vendetta & Government

    Ep. XXXIII - Power to the People: V for Vendetta & Government

    In our 33rd episode and our first episode of the 2020 new year, we will be diving head first into the politics and philosophy of V for Vendetta (2005), the graphic novel adaptation on the vigilante known as "V" and his attempt to overthrow the Neo-Fascist Government of England known as Norsefire.
    From the tensions between the U.S. and Iran to the Hong Kong protests, we saw it best to cover this film in order for listeners to remain informed about the dangers of totalitarianism and the balance between security and freedom. Our topics include: 1) When is a revolution justified? 2) Lies to tell the truth, and 3) What is freedom according to Evey Hammond? 
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    • 1h 25 min
    Ep. XXXII - A Divide in the Force: The Last Jedi & Subverting Expectations

    Ep. XXXII - A Divide in the Force: The Last Jedi & Subverting Expectations

    With Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker around the corner, our 32nd episode will be covering Star Wars Episode VII: The Last Jedi, the controversial film that divided critics, moviegoers, and long-time fans and continues to today. Our topics include: 1) Subverting Expectations, 2) Luke Skywalker's Character Development, and 3) the handling/mishandling of new characters. 
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    • 1h 17 min
    Ep. XXXI - If You Just Believe: The Polar Express & Faith

    Ep. XXXI - If You Just Believe: The Polar Express & Faith

    For our 31st episode, we are covering our first Christmas film, The Polar Express (2004), the adaptation of the same-titled book by Chris Van Allsburg! From the bold animation risks to the heart-felt story, we go through the deep thinking parts of this film that make it the wonderful, timeless Christmas film that it is. Our topics include: 1) Facing the Unknown, 2) Overcoming Doubt, and 3) The Significance of Faith.
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    • 1h 6 min
    Ep. XXX - We Live in a Society: Joker & the Media

    Ep. XXX - We Live in a Society: Joker & the Media

    In our 30th episode, we go all-out with the recently highest grossing R-rated film of all time, Joker (2019). Director Todd Phillips' DC Comics adaptation has received high praise and criticism that it has caused a divide among critics and audiences, which has created a fantastic philosophical and political conversation. Our topics include 1) society's responsibility for Arthur's actions and 2) the reflection of the media within the film.
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    • 1h 53 min
    Ep. XXIX - The Rise of a Savior: The Dark Knight Rises & Redemption

    Ep. XXIX - The Rise of a Savior: The Dark Knight Rises & Redemption

    Our final episode on Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy is finally here! Today, we will be going over The Dark Knight Rises (2012), the final installment of the legendary DC Comics adaptation! Our topics include: Rising from the ashes, 2) Political symbolism, and 3) The Ending: Was it deserved?
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    • 56 min
    Ep. XXVIII - The Joke of Morality: The Dark Knight & Nihilism

    Ep. XXVIII - The Joke of Morality: The Dark Knight & Nihilism

    For our 28th episode, we are continuing Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy discussion as we focus on the sequel, The Dark Knight (2008). Being the first comic book superhero film to gross over $1 billion and having won 2 Oscars including Best Supporting Actor, The Dark Knight is recognized a cinematic masterpiece and one of the best portrayals of both Batman and The Joker. Our topics of focus include: 1) Nihilism and Chaotic Evil, 2) Peace Based on a Lie, and 3) the Making of a Great Villain. 
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    • 2 h 4 min

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