Saturday, November 23, 2013

Mamo #330: Women In General

As Catching Fire catches fire at the box office to the tune of $150 million or more, it's time to call shenanigans on Hollywood's decade-old assertion that women can't open blockbusters - or more to the point, that what a person has between their legs lets you predict what they will and will not do in relation to a good or not-good movie. Correlation and causality get rewired in the latest episode of Mamo!

Monday, November 11, 2013

Mamo #329: Thunderball

KRA-KOOOM! Thor returns to wreak Asgardian justice on the mortal world of the box office, and Team Mamo takes a time-out to consider the state of the Marvel empire: Phase 2, Agents of SHIELD, Guardians of the Galaxy, and the NetFlix original series announcement, all suggest a franchise in its prime. So what's going wrong?

Sunday, November 03, 2013

Mamo #328: The Character Assassination of the Coward Rob Ford

Toronto had a rollicking week in the news, but is this the resurgence of print journalism, or its last gasp? We talk new media vs. old, complex thought vs. simple, and whether a well-informed electorate is beyond the purview of a man like Rob Ford.