End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday December 8, 2021 (Episode #226)

This week on End Credits, we’ve got style! We’re going to put on our best designer duds and head back out to the movie theatre to watch another Ridley Scott movie. House of Gucci is the review this week, and before that we’re going to cross our fingers and look further ahead to the future (well, one-month in the future) and talk about the potential great movies of 2022.

This Wednesday, December 8, at 3 pm, Adam A. Donaldson and Peter Salmon will discuss:

On to 2022! Hopefully, next year we will see 12 months of open movie theatres, and there will be some great movies to check out assuming the doors stay open. This week, we will look ahead to the movies of 2022, but not the sequels, re-quels, remakes, franchises, or extended universes. So what does that leave? Well, Elvis is back and so is Jordan Peele, J.Lo’s randomly marrying Owen Wilson, Ethan Hawke is evil, and the Moon wants us dead!

REVIEW: House of Gucci (2021). Lady Gaga is a great musician, a style icon, and a pop culture phenom, so it kind of makes sense that she’s the star of a movie called House of Gucci. The new film from Sir Ridley Scott is not so much about style as it is about power, money and murder. The true-life tale about how a small boutique Italian fashion house became a mutli-billion dollar brand is paved with blood and betrayal, perfect fodder for the man behind Gladiator, Hannibal and Thelma & Louise, but is it a story worth seeing, especially in theatres?

End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Wednesday at 3 pm.

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