Of Mice and Men (1992)
It was only a matter of time before Shat The Movies was asked to provide serious commentary on a film adaptation of a John Steinbeck classic. Thanks to brothers Adam R. and Josh R., we're pitting "Of Mice and Men" against "Interview with the Vampire" in the first Shat on Literature challenge.
This week, we question the wisdom of casting John Malkovich as an intellectually disabled giant, how much force it would take to crush a hand, and why commentary on racism was largely removed in the translation from book to film.
Big D confesses he would not be able to resist a hottie in the barn. Gene drools over the misery of tragic foreshadowing, and Ash puts her professor skills on full display.
Other topics include the artsy pigeon, Ray Walston's missing hand, and how having a budget sometimes hurts a piece of art.
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