Travis Bean of FilmColossus.com on Rick Alverson’s 2015 film “Entertainment”; S. Leigh Savidge (writer of Welcome to Death Row, the book from which the film “Straight Outta Compton” was adapted) on comedy; Show host Marcus Singletary presents the History of Music in a Half-Hour – a comprehensive assessment of contemporary music’s origins.
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