James "Logan" Howlett -- Wolverine -- is maybe the only X-Men character to appear in every adaptation of the franchise to date, including now nine feature films. Logan, though, is different from the eight movies that precede it in certain ways. It's R-rated. It contains many utterances of certain four-letter words. It's incredibly, and graphically, violent. It's maybe more of a neo-western set in the future than it's a comic book movie.
The Nose has thoughts about all that and, too, about some of this:
- The new Monopoly pieces: the penguin, the rubber ducky, and the T. Rex
- Beauty and the Beast's "exclusively gay moment"
- The new autistic Muppet, Sesame Street's Julia
- Netflix is ditching five-star ratings in favor of a thumbs-up.
- Netflix is testing a button for skipping the opening credits.
- Damon Lindelof wants everyone to stop bingeing his shows.
- The NBA apparently has some sort of peanut butter and jelly addiction.
- Rebecca Castellani - A scholar of modern literature
- James Hanley - Co-founder of Cinestudio at Trinity College
- Sam Hatch - Co-hosts The Culture Dogs on Sunday nights on WWUH
Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.