Why Do So Many Movies Fall Apart at the End? – Episode 19

November 20, 2014

MediaCarnivoresCoverIt seems like a lot of movies and books with great potential fall apart in the final act or descend into cliche. Why is that so common? Brent and Erik look into this—unfortunately—all-too-common phenomenon.

Your Hosts

Brent Hartinger
Erik Hanberg

Media Consumed This Episode

Ocean’s Eleven (film, 2001)
Ocean’s Twelve (film, 2005)
Friends, S8E4, The One with the Videotape (TV)
Signs (film, 2002)
The Road (film, 2009)
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (film, 2014)
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (film, 2011)
Xena: Warrior Princess (TV)
White Collar (TV)
The X-Files (TV)
Carrie (film, 1976)
Sunset Boulevard (film, 1950)
The Manchurian Candidate (film, 1962)
Dead Again (film, 1991)
Argo (film, 2012)
Grease (film, 1978)
The Two Gentlemen of Verona (play)
Enemy (film, 2013)
The Wizard of Oz  (film, 1939)


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