The genre: One Crazy Night.
The movies: American Graffiti and Four Rooms.
It's boomer nostalgia vs. '90s indie-zaniness.
Our guest this week is Blake Iverson, an entertainment and business attorney, adjunct professor, artist manager and retired trivia host.
George Lucas' American Graffiti was the director's second film, and immediate predecessor to Star Wars.
Four Rooms, the 1995 four-film anthology comedy about a bellhop having a nightmare first day on the job, directed by Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino, Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell.
Topics on the pod this week: teenagers, nostalgia, and the commercialization of your youth; Quentin Tarantino's acting in the 1990s; George Lucas' ability to direct a movie; Quentin Tarantino's writing in the 1990s; and is Star Wars any good?