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Too Big to Film

Too Big to Film

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A podcast about how films create economies / hosted by Melanie Cuccioli & Adam Sperry
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6: Princess Mononoke Sues for the Forest Spirit's Civil Rights
We’re celebrating Earth Month with some environmentally-conscious movies! To kick off our series, we’re talking about Princess Mononoke, directed by Hayao Miyazaki. It’s time to ask yourself - why can’t people live in harmony with the forest? Should I support the wolves’ Green New Deal? Could we defeat climate change if only we were cursed by a demon boar? Listen now, and like and subscribe to save the forest (spirit)! Too Big to Film is produced by Melanie Cuccioli and Adam Sperry. Associate producer Kelsey Stephanides. With music by Neil Quillen.
39:28
April 11, 2019
5: The Return of the King Abolishes the Death Tax
It’s Return of the Podcast with LOTR: Return of the King! In this episode of Too Big to Film, we discuss the final installment of Lord of the Rings, directed by Peter Jackson. We ponder what happens to the Middle Earth political system after the Battle of Pelennor Fields, the orcs get some much desired (by us) character development, and Melanie runs away with the Witch King of Angmar. Listen here and remember why you love listening, liking and subscribing to us! Too Big to Film is produced by Melanie Cuccioli and Adam Sperry. Associate producer Kelsey Stephanides. With music by Neil Quillen.
33:44
March 18, 2019
4: The Two Towers Improves the Ringwraith Benefit Package to Include Dragons
This episode of Too Big to Film we tackle Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, directed by Peter Jackson. Grab your tree friends and come on a journey of more bad infrastructure, hyper-efficient orc armies, and the invention of GPS (Gollum PointsusintherightdirectionS). In a world without roads or communication systems, how can anyone know the exchange rate between hobbit and elf money? Listen here and like/share/subscribe/ponder the implications of an army made of orcs who can and will eat each other! Too Big to Film is produced by Melanie Cuccioli and Adam Sperry. Associate producer Kelsey Stephanides. With music by Neil Quillen.
34:29
December 17, 2018
3: The Fellowship of the Ring Caps Spending on Birthday Parties
This week on Too Big to Film, we look at the first Lord of The Rings movie, directed by Peter Jackson. What is the true value of the ring? What is the Middle Earth Dream? Is the ring secretly the secret to better infrastructure? Tune in to find maybe some answers to these questions and more, and like/share/subscribe/comment/please! Too Big to Film is produced by Melanie Cuccioli and Adam Sperry. Associate producer Kelsey Stephanides. With music by Neil Quillen.
30:05
November 19, 2018
2: We Need a Blade Runner Who Can Vacuum
In this episode of Too Big To Film, we discuss the movie Blade Runner by Ridley Scott. Is American Daddy Harrison Ford a replicant?! Or is he not? How is he getting paid? Who’s financing all these shoulder pads? Listen below and tell us your opinions only if they are positive and constructive! Like/share/subscribe! Too Big to Film is produced by Melanie Cuccioli and Adam Sperry. Associate producer Kelsey Stephanides. With music by Neil Quillen.
30:01
November 5, 2018
1: Roz is the James Comey of Monsters, Inc.
In the pilot episode of Too Big To Film, hosts Melanie and Adam analyze the economic systems at play in the movie Monsters Inc. Join them as they discuss the scream energy crisis, laughter as a renewable resource, whether Boo is a farm animal, and if Mr. Waternoose really did anything wrong. Tune in to the first episode of Too Big To Film, and if you like it please share, subscribe and leave a comment or review! Too Big to Film is produced by Melanie Cuccioli and Adam Sperry. Associate producer Kelsey Stephanides. With music by Neil Quillen.
31:49
October 22, 2018