For their 58th episode, pudgy film critics, pandemic dads, and formerly-quarantined teachers Will Johnson and Don Shanahan welcome back Chicago-based film critic Annie Banks of Chuck Load of Comics for a second episode. They dive into the headspace and isolation of Bo Burnham’s recent Grammy-award winning comedy special Inside. The debate is on whether this was a movie or just a very well-produced comedy special among other triggers and peccadillos that come with the manic personality of Bo Burnham. Come for the shared challenge and tirade and stay for the mutual love and respect for the fun movies encapsulate. Enjoy our podcast!
ABOUT OUR GUEST
Annie Banks is a professional entertainment journalist and film critic located out of the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. Banks is currently in pursuit of degrees in journalism and marketing, and through a lifelong love of pop culture and entertainment, has worked her way into the world of entertainment media. From comics to video games, she adores it all. Banks has served as an intern with the Illinois Press Foundation, the Washington Journalism and Media Conference, and has works cited on Rotten Tomatoes as an approved Tomatometer Critic.
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