Join SinCast for a discussion about why filmmakers feel the need to hold the audience's hands in the introduction of movies, rather than presenting a world for us to experience. Why does this happen? How do you fix it? The CinemaSins crew has some possible solutions...
Also, the guys dig into the mailbag and answer a ton of listener questions. What movie vehicle would you take cross-country? What's the best unexpected score? Best/worst book adaptation?
All this plus a review of a wild year of cinema: 2003! Will the Fellowship finally win hearts and minds like they did with Oscar? Will a bored but vibrant woman lost in a foreign country sway opinions? Or will it be a small fish in a BIG ocean that wins the day? Find out on the new episode of SinCast!
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