The Dogcast: “The Girl On The Train” & “Birth Of A Nation”



Howdy Folks!  It’s The Kendog with another edition of The Dogcast!

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This time we’re hitting up Emily Blunt’s latest, “The Girl On The Train” along with the Nate Parker slave drama “Birth Of A Nation.”  Both of these films are fairly well made but at the same time both are missing something that could truly make them great.  Blunt is the main reason to see “The Girl On The Train,” and those looking for some cathartic revenge should find something to enjoy in the drama about slave rebellion leader Nat Turner!  Listen to the full Dogcast below and feel free to watch the assorted clips of both films afterward.  Don’t forget to comment below!


So Sayeth The Kendog! 

(Note:  I made a bit of a boo-boo during the Dogcast;  I mentioned Tate Taylor’s James Brown biopic as “Get On Down.”  It’s actually “Get On Up” and features a great performance by Chadwick Boseman as The Godfather Of Soul!  My apologies.)













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