Talking With Burritos - A Podcast About Movies and Media Entertainment
About This Show
JJ and Chris take more away from film, television, and video games than just the explosions and sappy romantic endings. We expose the real meat of the story by using comedy, life experiences, and other forms of entertainment media to craft conversational plot lines that will appeal to everyone… okay most people. We are not political, religious, or business savvy but if you like the media you consume then we’re the friends you wanna talk to.
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Killer Klowns From Outer Space: Resurgence - TWB56
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Jerry and Chris take on killer clowns from outer space and find a way to explain the phenomenon that are the rash amount of recent clown sightings across our nation and abroad. First, Your Appetizing News Boo, Madea took the box office weekend. The Voice Actors strike. The Screen Actors Guild - American Federation of Television .and video game companies fail to reach a deal. Scott Witlin, the lawyer representing the video game companies, says voice actors "represent less than one tenth of 1 percent of the work that goes into making a video game." So "even though they are the top craftsmen in their field," Witlin says, "if we pay them under a vastly different system than the people who do the 99.9 percent of the work, that is going to create far more problems for the video game companies.”Source: http://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2016/10/22/498954253/voice-actors-strike-against-video-game-companies Note From the Hosts This quote pretty much demeans voice actors and their efforts to make any project commission worth a grain of salt. Most of games today rely heavily on story and to tell those stories company higher actors. Video games are no different than animated movies which studios pay huge salaries for a name, a popular actor, so what’s the difference. As long as the value is worth what you pay in the long run, why not compensate those who sacrifice their time and bodies to this sough after craft? Movie Course of The Week: Killer Klowns From Out of Space Just as ridulous as it sounds. This movie revealed no real plot other than the fact that a mysterious ship lands on earth and it’s voyagers look like creepy deformed circus clowns who craved human juice candy. Suzanne Synder The woman with a familiar face who hasn’t really acted in a while but you recognize her. She played Debbie in this movie, a gal mixed up in a love triangle with her current boyfriend and cop ex boyfriend, Dave ( John Allen Nelson). She also played Matthew Perry