Straight from quarantine, Will and Marc are discussing John Krasinski's A Quiet Place, a highly relatable film about a family that can't leave their home or interact with other people.
The sequel may have been delayed, but we still manage to find lots to talk about, from the 2007 Hollywood writers' strike, slow TV, great child performances, the world's fastest birth, the 2018 AFI top ten list, and the inherent conservatism of the home invasion genre.
Plus: How are Will and Marc doing in quarantine? Why does John Krasinski keep making conservative-tinged action thrillers? Why is that nail sticking out? And who is growing all this corn?
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