We’re back with the program as Scott, Robert and Paul take on the next Sodapop Journal Movie Club pick: Sidney Lumet’s Dog Day Afternoon. We also touch on the careers of Al Pacino, John Cazale, and Sidney Lumet, 1970′s New York, the film’s social commentary and homophobic subtext, and what it’s all meant to us as filmgoers.
If you’ve had a chance to see the film and would like to tell us what you thought, have at it in comments below, send us an e-mail or give us a call at 657-444-SODA.
And after that, there’s more! As 2011 winds down, we look back at some of our biggest discoveries throughout the year, including:
- Scott does an about-face and becomes a devoted fan of Neil Young;
- Paul gets down with Aretha Live at Fillmore West;
- Robert breaks into Breaking Bad;
- Scott gets the scoop on Broadcast News from Criterion;
- Paul discovers the 1940s classic The Philadelphia Story;
- Robert gains a new appreciation for the James Bond series
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