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David Ehrlich (Rolling Stone) joins Griffin and David this week for an in-depth analysis of 2004's isolationist thriller, The Village. Why was this film so universally panned by critics and audiences? What was Adrien Brody thinking to sign up for this role after winning an Academy Award? Was this the the twist that finally did Shyamalan in or was his reputation already tarnished? Together, the gang examines the color that will remained unnamed, going "simple jack", a popular website in the early oughts called The Smoking Gun and why for the love of all that is holy does Night keep casting himself?!
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