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War Machine vs. War Horse: Hello, My Name is Doris (Something's Gotta Give vs. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button)

On this episode we try to get the timing right in a discussion with Margo from the podcast Book Vs. Movie as we waste our youth on a double feature of Nancy Meyer’s SOMETHING’S GOTTA GIVE vs. David Fincher’s THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON. These films show couples dealing with the complications of age and romance in the comforts of beautiful scenery, be it kitchens or at sea. But before we get ahead of ourselves I had a chat with Chris Revill of the podcast Let’s Chat on new release HELLO, MY NAME IS DORIS.

00:35 - War Machine vs. War Horse theme.
1:02 - Episode intro
1:45 - HELLO, MY NAME IS DORIS trailer.
4:07 - Guest Chris Revill of the Let’s Chat podcast discusses new release HELLO, MY NAME IS DORIS.
32:10 - An It’s Terrific reading from Web Bist of THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
44:05 - Margo from the podcast Book vs. Movie talks about what she’s been reading and watching on her show.
48:55 - SOMETHING’s GOTTA GIVE and THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON mashup.
52:48 - Margo discusses our double feature.

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