Apr 21, 2019
This week we're breaking up fights in the war room with writer/performer Mark Douglas ("The Key of Awesome") stopping by to talk about watching the Stanley Kubrick classic Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.
Join us as we discuss the film's many iconic moments, the brilliance of Peter Sellers, how comedy has changed since 1964, the current lack of political satire on the big screen, the difficulties with watching movies about government incompetence in our current era and much more.
Read the New Yorker piece on how basically everything in Dr. Strangelove was true.
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