Wednesday Apr 13, 2022

A Time to Kill (Feat. Bryndon Cook)

We make a return trip to Mississippi this week as we discuss the 1996 John Grisham film, A Time To Kill

We're joined by the multi-talented Bryndon Cook (Tick Tick...BOOM! and Starchild & The New Romantic) to talk about how a movie could pack so many white saviors into one story. We also ask if this is Samuel L. Jackson's most iconic performance, the absurdity of Matthew McConaughey's final speech, and if we can get a biopic of the Black woman who slaps the grand wizard. 

Bryndon is an incredible talent. Stay up with everything they have going on by following the Twitter (@thisisbryndon) and also checking out the website and Soundcloud!  

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