Max and Mike both review J. J. Abrams STAR TREK: INTO DARKNESS. Max takes us back to December 1986 and Michael Ritchie’s THE GOLDEN CHILD.. The latest news… Box office and the Fustians will each offer their individual 6 selections for THE TOP 6 UNDER RATED FILMS FEATURING AN ALUMNI FROM SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE. What are your favorites? Stay tuned.
When frivolous lawsuits get out of control they can undermine society, and yet, legitimate lawsuits as a redress of grievances and injustice are a necessary part of any legal system. With an in-studio guest host, law student Jason Stone, Steve interviews trial attorney Arash Homampour.
Sans Nick – On this week’s show Fevzi is Nickless, and so takes the opportunity to ponder the moral framework of a range of issues including abortion, cloning, stem cell research, genetic screening and elective mastectomy. If you’d like to share your view simply email firstname.lastname@example.org
LEVINE, MASTRANGELO and HAROLD HILL… Reviews of the much anticipated new film from director, Baz Luhrmann.. THE GREAT GATSBY IN 3-D as well as Max taking a look at the 1974 Robert Redford/Mia Farrow version (It has been disowned by writer Francis Ford Coppola). The latest news and the Fustians will offer each of their 3 individual selections for THE TOP 3 FILMS WHERE A PROMINENT CHARACTER IS A WHORE. (AKA: Prostitute: A person who engages in sex for a payment) Which films would you choose? Do NOT miss this special episode.
Calvin Coolidge was President of the United States of America from 1923 to 1929, but how much do you know about him and why don’t you know it? Steve interviews Amity Shlaes, author of Coolidge, a story of a president with important lessons to teach about the economic challenges that face us today.