Nearing the end of the Cameron Crowe mini series, Esther Zuckerman (The A.V. Club) joins Griffin and David to discuss the writer/director's most recent theatrical release, 2015's space militarization romantic comedy, Aloha. But doesn't someone in Emma Stone's camp look at this script and see at least a few red flags? Why is the movie set in Hawaii but features 99% white people? How do you make being a fighter pilot sound sexy if you're a woman? Together, they examine Alec Baldwin's yelling, defining gate blessings, why one can't buy the sky and offer up their solutions to fix this film.
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