We’re back with another movie. This time it’s Wes Anderson’s Sophomore effort, Rushmore. Written by Anderson and his frequent collaborator and childhood friend, Owen Wilson, it bears all the hallmarks of a Wes Anderson project, though it’s a bit less polished than his future films. Join us for the podcast to hear what we thought about this 22 year-old classic.
It’s the end of our Anderson run, and it was a twee affair. What is twee? Listen and find out!
Is he flirting with you?
We can’t offer you a legally binding podcast. It won’t hold up in the state, the county, or frankly, any courtroom in the world, due to age, lack of a license, and failure to get parental consent. But this ritual does carry a very important moral weight within yourselves. You can’t enter into the contract lightly. Look into our eyes. Do you love Direct?
We love you, but we will mace you in the face.
Somebody please make a Steve Zissou tabletop RPG. Thanks.
Sic transit gloria, listen as we take a deep dive into the dysfunctional Tenenbaum family. Did we mention we are adopted?
Rushmore is Oedipus. THINK ABOUT IT!
Bottle Rocket is Wes Anderson’s first movie. It marks the debut of Owen Wilson and Luke Wilson, and establishes the Anderson canon. One of us really liked the movie and the other one hated it. Can two polorized podcast hosts find common ground? Stay tuned.