Baby Driver is Edgar Wright’s latest love letter to the overused tropes of cinema. Now that he’s explored zombies, cop spoofs, and alien invasions, the British director and writer turns his masterful eye toward car chases, bank heists, and even musicals.
It’s unclear how much the world needed a straightforward lampoon of the pop music industry, that is until you watch Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, a mockumentary starring Andy Samberg and his fellow Lonely Island performers that picks apart Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, TMZ, reality television, and many other staples of
Spy has been getting all of the praise lately, so what does Team Conspiring think about its success? Get ready for some heat, Paul Feig style.
We cover tons of movie news this week (including some comic news), along with some coverage of some recent trailers that just dropped. We also read your comments from the last episode and bring up this week’s topic of discussion.
QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is a movie that you hate, even though everyone else loves it?
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Our Song of the Week is “Beat of My Drum” by up-and-coming band, Powers.
You also heard these songs in this week’s episode:
“Wish You Were Here” – Lee Fields and The Expressions
“Don’t Carry It All” – The Decembrists
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Each Jonre is different. Sorry, genre. Certain types of music (genres again) are best to listen to in the morning, at night, and even when you’re driving. In other words, your mood is heavily influenced by the time of day, music heavily influences your mood, so picking the right music
Focus@will is a “DJ in the sky” app that works to accomplish one goal for you: providing music that makes it easier for you to focus.
Like Fun.? So do I. I’m such a big fan, actually, I wrote an entire screenplay based on their music. Don’t worry, I’ll rewrite it about 100 times after it gets rejected, but expect to see my Fun. musical hitting the market within the decade. Anyways, we all love lists and using