Podcasts Racial Dramas By Christopher Lloyd :: Aug 10, 2011 No Comments » From “The Help” to “Do the Right Thing” to “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?,” there is a long history of Hollywood films tackling racial issues. Chris and Joe yap about the reasons these films endure. Podcast Powered By Podbean Share This Story× Facebook Twitter StumbleUpon Reddit Instapaper Email this story Related Posts Indy Style — Dec. 19 This week’s show features reviews of “The Hobbit: Battle of Five Armies,” “Annie,” “Wild” and “Magic in the Moonlight” on video, plus gleeful sabotage by David Koechner. Continue reading → IFJA film awards for 2014 Ever wondered what it’s like to go inside the deliberations of a regional film critics’ group as they debate the contenders for best picture of the year? Continue reading → “Exodus” tops a weak box office race “Exodus: Gods and Kings” earns $24 million to lead the weekend box office race — a soft opening for a $140 million spectacle. Continue reading → Indy Style — Dec. 12 This week’s show features reviews of “Exodus: Gods and Kings,” “Force Majeure” and “Top Five,” plus a video review of “Guardians of the Galaxy”! Continue reading → Tags: Christopher Lloyd, Do the Right Thing, dramas, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, Joe Shearer, podcast, racial, the color purple, the film yap, the help Comments are closed.