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- 2010.Oct.24 / 11pm
Joe Versus the Volcanoby: Soulless.Minions • tags: feature • free • stars: Meg.Ryan • Tom.Hanks
From John and Josh at Archive.org:
We take a serious look at this overlooked film and attempt to point out its visual subtleties and also the messages that writer/director John Patrick Shanley was trying to convey.
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NOTE: This commentary is a repost. It was previously only available at archive.org.
One of theand his father take a serious look at this overlooked film and attempt to point out its visual subtleties and also the messages that writer/director John Patrick Shanley was trying to convey.
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It is not a fairytale. … This is a fable. It is a parable, if you will. … The author is trying to communicate something to you.— Soulless Minions,
Joe vs the Volcano @0:11:51
What does the duck represent? Well, the duck connects the two doctors. … We’ll see a duck at the other end, which is the witch doctor. … Ryan’s character refers to this doctor as a ‘quack’.— ,
Joe vs the Volcano @0:16:20
If the moon appeared that big to ya, the world’s about to end, people.— Soulless Minions,
Joe vs the Volcano @1:20:56
This whole movie’s been building up to Joe versus the volcano, and he does it. He takes that leap, and the volcano shoots him out. The volcano was fear. He faced his fear.— Soulless Minions,
Joe vs the Volcano @1:37:03