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What does a medical doctor, creative director, and corporate employee know about movies? A heck of a lot apparently. Join the Heath siblings is dissecting and appreciating the entire shape of film, while enjoying a laugh or two.

The Shape of Film Brandon Heath

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What does a medical doctor, creative director, and corporate employee know about movies? A heck of a lot apparently. Join the Heath siblings is dissecting and appreciating the entire shape of film, while enjoying a laugh or two.

    Chapter Five: The Road to Opposition

    Chapter Five: The Road to Opposition

    Today we discuss the movies we’ve stumbled upon while in prison - I mean quarantine. From   surveying how many movie titles with the word ‘road’ in it to explaining the (quite frankly horrific) plot of the Netflix movie The Platform, in this episode we dive into it all. We’re on the road again...see what I did there?

    • 1 hr
    Chapter Four: A Movie Passion We Can Only Watch Once

    Chapter Four: A Movie Passion We Can Only Watch Once

    To kick off Holy Week (which has yet to be cancelled because of Coronavirus), we discuss Passion of the Christ. Only saw it once with a pillow covering your face? Join the club. Spoiler alert though: Jesus lives.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Chapter Three: Biography of The Disagreeing Heath Kids

    Chapter Three: Biography of The Disagreeing Heath Kids

    Biopics helped to shape our sense of what a great film can be, and honestly shouldn’t be. Listen as we discuss some of our least favorite and favorite biopics, like Malcolm X.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Chapter Two: Black Film Undefined

    Chapter Two: Black Film Undefined

    Today we try to define the undefinable and do a pretty good job at it. What truly is a “black film”? Join our discussion as we try to answer that question.

    • 1 hr 32 min
    Chapter One: Not so Serious Oscar Discussion

    Chapter One: Not so Serious Oscar Discussion

    We delve into this year’s Oscar nominated Best Pictures. Well, at least the ones we saw.

    • 1 hr 16 min

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