New Episode from CinemaJaw: CinemaJaw 509, Angie Gaffney – The Snyder Cut – Top 5 Movies That Need a Directors Cut

Reviewed: Zack Snyder’s Justice League (aka The Snyder Cut)
Trivia: Michelle Pfifer/Lucas Hedges Trivia
Sponsored by: Overcast

After long years, the wish-fulfillment of fanboys and fangirls the world around has arrived. Zack Snyder’s Justice League (aka The Snyder Cut) is now available on HBO Max, and by all accounts, it seems to right the wrongs of the Joss Wheadon box-office bomb. So what other movies could benefit from “the Snyder Cut” treatment? Are there movies that a Director’s Cut could potentially fix? That is exactly what we explore this week as we choose our Top 5 Movies That Could Use a Director’s Cut.

Joining us is a woman who helps make film productions more enjoyable for everyone… Angie Gaffney!

Angie is a Boulder-born, Chicago-based filmmaker, speaker, and life coach for creative professionals, small business owners, and entrepreneurs. Her passion is helping other creative souls tell their stories and live their dreams without sacrificing their health or financial well-being. As a life coach for creatives She helps artists and performers, professionals, community leaders, executives, and organizations in the creative fields turn dreams into reality, identify and remove roadblocks, craft workable business strategies, and maintain a high level of accountability to create the business success, and life, they envision.

Check out more at her website.

Angie makes filmmaking better!

So sit back and listen to the podcast equivalent of a director’s cut – CinemaJaw!

Top 5 Movies That Need a Director’s Cut

Matt:
5.) Starship Troopers
4.) Babe Pig In The City
3.) Dark Knight Rises
2.) Repo Man
1.) The Rise of Skywalker

Angie:
5.) The Sound of Music
4.) Titanic
3.) Jaws
2.) Red Sparrow
1.) Cats

Ry:
5.) The Phantom Menace
4.) Signs
3.) John Carter
2.) Cloud Atlas
1.) Promethius

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