CinemaPsych https://www.ptpintcast.com/listen/pt-pintcast-podcast-library-recorded-over-a-beer/ We look inside the minds of your favorite movie characters to see why they do, the things that they do. Mon, 15 Jul 2019 10:00:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.2 What if you took your favorite movie characters, and popped open their heads and took a look inside? You know, to see why they do the things that they do on screen.<br /> <br /> Well, we do that.<br /> <br /> We bring in a Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Dr. Jamie Hagenbaugh) and a wiseass (Jimmy McKay) and we look at the most prolific characters in cinema, on the psychologist's couch.<br /> <br /> Grab your popcorn, because this is CinemaPsych Jimmy McKay yes episodic Jimmy McKay jimmy@ptpintcast.com jimmy@ptpintcast.com (Jimmy McKay) PT Pintcast LLC Looking inside the minds of your favorite movie characters. CinemaPsych https://www.ptpintcast.com/wp-content/uploads/powerpress/CinemaPsychLarge.png https://www.ptpintcast.com/listen/pt-pintcast-podcast-library-recorded-over-a-beer/ Jimmy@PTPintcast.com What if you took your favorite movie characters, and popped open their heads and took a look inside? You know, to see why they do the things that they do on screen. Well, we do that. We bring in a Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Dr. Jamie Hagenbaugh) and a wiseass (Jimmy McKay) and we look at the most prolific characters in cinema, on the psychologist's couch. Grab your popcorn, because this is CinemaPsych Yes TV-MA New York, NY Weekly Silent Bob https://www.ptpintcast.com/2018/12/27/4-silent-bob/ Thu, 27 Dec 2018 20:21:24 +0000 http://www.ptpintcast.com/?p=5088 Silent Bob first appeared in the Kevin Smith movie Clerks. The character is also played by Kevin Smith himself. Silent Bob along with his partner in crime Jay have appeared in several mediums including almost all of Kevin Smith's movies, including Clerks, MallRats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, and Jay and Silent Bob's own feature film Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back. Kevin Smith just announced that he will be directing a new jay and silent bob movie The times when he does talk he does have a great deal of wisdom. He helps the main characters in two movies help resolve a problem that they are conflicted with. In chasing Amy it is lack of sexual experience and in clerks his words help to redefine a relationship. He also has a great deal of knowledge which he shows when he discusses likeness rights in Jay and Silent bob strike back Silent Bob struggles with Selective mutism. It is difficult to determine if it reaches the level of a disorder because the movies don’t depict if it has a negative impact on his life. Though he chooses not to talk he is still able to develop relationships with others (jay and it sounds like he has had relationships in the past (Amy)) It has not been determined if there is a singular cause is for selective mutism but it often depends on the individual. When I view silent Bob I think that his choice to not talk may come from anxiety and possibly difficulty managing extreme strong emotions.   Anger- In watching the films I do wonder if anger plays a role on Silent Bob’s selective mutism. I wonder if he experiences such strong emotions of anger that he does not know what to do with. From the movies it is eluded to that silent Bob is the enforcer of the jay and silent bob dyad. IN mallrats he takes down two security guards by squeezing their necks. IN dogma he throws that two angels out off of the train and in Jay and silent bob strike back there is montage scene where they go around and beat people up for saying bad things about them on the internet. There are other scene throughout the movies that suggest that if people don’t pay Jay silent bob will take care of them. I began to wonder if silent bob realizes how strong he is and that scares him. He seems to want to come off as this nice loving (wants to keep the monkey) but inside he feels as though he is just an angry person. Evidence from the movie suggests that he can possibly have a temper. I jay and silent bob he gets extremely angry at Jay when jay doesn’t understand his sign Language. He also gets upset in the chasing Amy story and says that he is out for blood. He may worry that if he talks he may say something hurtful and push others away which is not his intention. To help deal with some of that anger Silent Bob may use the defense of primitative withdrawal. He may use weed as a way to manage those strong feeling states   SELF-ESTEEM In viewing silent bob I wonder how much Self-esteem is connected to his selective mutism. He seems to vacillate between moments of being self assured and then moments of not feeling “good enough” The dinner scene in chasing amy seems to be the first time that he actually stands up to Jay. At one point saying “do something,” to him which Jay quickly backs down from. He then begins to tell the story of amy which is a girl that he was in love with and lost. The reason that he said he said that he became so angry with her is because that he felt small and he was not good enough. There is evidence to suggest that silent bob’s self-esteem may get in the way of him living a life outside of his relationship with Jay. In Jay and silent bob strike back there is scene where ben Affleck is talking about Jay and silent Bob wanting more in their lives. He singularly points out Silent Bob specifically and says “ I know this poor hapless bastard does. I look into his eyes and I see a may screaming out when lord when is it gonna be my time. As Affleck is saying his dialogue you can slowly see silent bob’s fac...
Silent Bob first appeared in the Kevin Smith movie Clerks. The character is also played by Kevin Smith himself. Silent Bob along with his partner in crime Jay have appeared in several mediums including almost all of Kevin Smith’s movies, including Clerks, MallRats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, and Jay and Silent Bob’s own feature film Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back.

Kevin Smith just announced that he will be directing a new jay and silent bob movie

The times when he does talk he does have a great deal of wisdom. He helps the main characters in two movies help resolve a problem that they are conflicted with. In chasing Amy it is lack of sexual experience and in clerks his words help to redefine a relationship. He also has a great deal of knowledge which he shows when he discusses likeness rights in Jay and Silent bob strike back

Silent Bob struggles with Selective mutism. It is difficult to determine if it reaches the level of a disorder because the movies don’t depict if it has a negative impact on his life. Though he chooses not to talk he is still able to develop relationships with others (jay and it sounds like he has had relationships in the past (Amy))

It has not been determined if there is a singular cause is for selective mutism but it often depends on the individual. When I view silent Bob I think that his choice to not talk may come from anxiety and possibly difficulty managing extreme strong emotions.

 

Anger– In watching the films I do wonder if anger plays a role on Silent Bob’s selective mutism. I wonder if he experiences such strong emotions of anger that he does not know what to do with. From the movies it is eluded to that silent Bob is the enforcer of the jay and silent bob dyad. IN mallrats he takes down two security guards by squeezing their necks. IN dogma he throws that two angels out off of the train and in Jay and silent bob strike back there is montage scene where they go around and beat people up for saying bad things about them on the internet. There are other scene throughout the movies that suggest that if people don’t pay Jay silent bob will take care of them. I began to wonder if silent bob realizes how strong he is and that scares him. He seems to want to come off as this nice loving (wants to keep the monkey) but inside he feels as though he is just an angry person. Evidence from the movie suggests that he can possibly have a temper. I jay and silent bob he gets extremely angry at Jay when jay doesn’t understand his sign Language. He also gets upset in the chasing Amy story and says that he is out for blood. He may worry that if he talks he may say something hurtful and push others away which is not his intention.

To help deal with some of that anger Silent Bob may use the defense of primitative withdrawal. He may use weed as a way to manage those strong feeling states

 

SELF-ESTEEM In viewing silent bob I wonder how much Self-esteem is connected to his selective mutism. He seems to vacillate between moments of being self assured and then moments of not feeling “good enough” The dinner scene in chasing amy seems to be the first time that he actually stands up to Jay. At one point saying “do something,” to him which Jay quickly backs down from. He then begins to tell the story of amy which is a girl that he was in love with and lost. The reason that he said he said that he became so angry with her is because that he felt small and he was not good enough.

There is evidence to suggest that silent bob’s self-esteem may get in the way of him living a life outside of his relationship with Jay. In Jay and silent bob strike back there is scene where ben Affleck is talking about Jay and silent Bob wanting more in their lives. He singularly points out Silent Bob specifically and says “ I know this poor hapless bastard does. I look into his eyes and I see a may screaming out when lord when is it gonna be my time. As Affleck is saying his dialogue you can slowly see silent bob’s facial expression begin to change as if he is agreeing with him. Jay quickly shoots him a look and Silent bob pretends as if he thinks been Affleck is crazy. To me this suggests that Silent Bob does have a desire to do something different with his life but he may not feel good enough or self-confident that he can do anything about it.

Additionally, In the chasing amy diner scene where he talks about wanting to be a dancer in vegas. Which for a variety of reasons may not be able to happen but it shows again that he has desires to do something different but he does not whether I could be because of low self-esteem or lack of desire. He also seems to have a lot of talents that would allow him to be successful he is good at science (won the science fair-Mallrats)

 

Relationship with Jay:  The strongest relationship that Silent Bob has is his relationship with jay. Hence for it is always jay and silent bob. We know little about there relationship growing up outside of the fact that they met in front of the quick stop as babies,

I do wonder what Silent Bob would get out of this relationship. Two things came to mind. The first being that Jay provides Silent Bob with that opportunity he desires which is the desire not to talk. The relationship feels a need for Silent Bob since he does not have to talk. It be helpful to him because it makes him laugh and it makes him money. He is fine playing second fiddle because all of those needs are met. As long as the needs are met he has not reason to do or try anything different.

The second is that Bob may feel that Jay needs protection. The movies attempt to portray Jay as a goofy guy who has a level of intelligence but outside of his element he may miss things (misses social cues, doesn’t know what the internet is) and Bob may worry that Jay needs a level of protection from the world. Bob tends to guide him I the right direction (movie likeness rights) but offers physical protection. Bob is shown in the movies to be the physical enforcer. I know I am going out on a limb but the two of them may have grown up together and Bob got something from the relationship at that point but now he may not get as much but still feels indebted to Jay which keeps him around.

 

FINAL THOUGHT

 

Primitive withdrawal- When an infant is overstimulated or distressed it will often simply fall asleep.

Psychological withdrawal into a different state of consciousness is an automatic, self-protective response that one sees in the tiniest of human beings.

Adult version of the same process can be observed in people who retreat from social or interpersonal situation, substituting the stimulation of their internal fantasy world for the stress of relating to others.

A propensity to use chemicals to alter one’s consciousness can also be considered a kind of withdrawal.

The main advantage of withdrawal as a defensive strategy is that while it involves a psychological escape from reality, it requires little distortion of it

People who depend on withdrawal console themselves no by misunderstanding the world but by retreating from it.

 

Selective Mutism

Children with selective mutism are often sensory over responsive and consequently highly anxious. Jay may be over stimulating.

Selective mutism refers to a continuing difficulty in taking in social situations coupled with an ability to comprehend language and to speak I other settings.

While this pattern is reported to be found in less than one percent of children, it is nonetheless challenging for parents, educators, and the child.

Children with selective mutism tend to be anxious and are often highly reactive to new environments, especially those that are crowded and noisy, in which sounds and movements can be surprising and unpredictable.

The inability to speak maybe symptomatic of a subjective state of overwhelming fear and vigilance.

Unresolved developmental anxieties related to fears of body damage, aggression and other negative emotion are evident with constricted capacities to symbolize and express feelings safely in play or conversation.

 

May interfere with normal social communication

While encountering others individuals in social interactions, children with selective mutism do not initiate speech or reciprocally respond when spoken to by others.

 

The lack of speech may interfere with social communication, although children with this disorder sometimes use non spoken or nonverbal means

 

Behavioral inhibition may play a role

Parents of children with selective mutism have been described as overprotective or more controlling than parents of children with anxiety disorder

 

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Silent Bob first appeared in the Kevin Smith movie Clerks. The character is also played by Kevin Smith himself. Silent Bob along with his partner in crime Jay have appeared in several mediums including almost all of Kevin Smith's movies, including Clerks, MallRats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, and Jay and Silent Bob's own feature film Jay and Silent Bob Strikes Back.

Kevin Smith just announced that he will be directing a new jay and silent bob movie

The times when he does talk he does have a great deal of wisdom. He helps the main characters in two movies help resolve a problem that they are conflicted with. In chasing Amy it is lack of sexual experience and in clerks his words help to redefine a relationship. He also has a great deal of knowledge which he shows when he discusses likeness rights in Jay and Silent bob strike back

Silent Bob struggles with Selective mutism. It is difficult to determine if it reaches the level of a disorder because the movies don’t depict if it has a negative impact on his life. Though he chooses not to talk he is still able to develop relationships with others (jay and it sounds like he has had relationships in the past (Amy))

It has not been determined if there is a singular cause is for selective mutism but it often depends on the individual. When I view silent Bob I think that his choice to not talk may come from anxiety and possibly difficulty managing extreme strong emotions.

 

Anger- In watching the films I do wonder if anger plays a role on Silent Bob’s selective mutism. I wonder if he experiences such strong emotions of anger that he does not know what to do with. From the movies it is eluded to that silent Bob is the enforcer of the jay and silent bob dyad. IN mallrats he takes down two security guards by squeezing their necks. IN dogma he throws that two angels out off of the train and in Jay and silent bob strike back there is montage scene where they go around and beat people up for saying bad things about them on the internet. There are other scene throughout the movies that suggest that if people don’t pay Jay silent bob will take care of them. I began to wonder if silent bob realizes how strong he is and that scares him. He seems to want to come off as this nice loving (wants to keep the monkey) but inside he feels as though he is just an angry person. Evidence from the movie suggests that he can possibly have a temper. I jay and silent bob he gets extremely angry at Jay when jay doesn’t understand his sign Language. He also gets upset in the chasing Amy story and says that he is out for blood. He may worry that if he talks he may say something hurtful and push others away which is not his intention.

To help deal with some of that anger Silent Bob may use the defense of primitative withdrawal. He may use weed as a way to manage those strong feeling states

 

SELF-ESTEEM In viewing silent bob I wonder how much Self-esteem is connected to his selective mutism. He seems to vacillate between moments of being self assured and then moments of not feeling “good enough” The dinner scene in chasing amy seems to be the first time that he actually stands up to Jay. At one point saying “do something,” to him which Jay quickly backs down from. He then begins to tell the story of amy which is a girl that he was in love with and lost. The reason that he said he said that he became so angry with her is because that he felt small and he was not good enough.

There is evidence to suggest that silent bob’s self-esteem may get in the way of him living a life outside of his relationship with Jay. In Jay and silent bob strike back there is scene where ben Affleck is talking about Jay and silent Bob ...]]>
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Alex Forrest from Fatal Attraction https://www.ptpintcast.com/2018/12/25/3-alex-forrest-fatal-attraction/ Tue, 25 Dec 2018 17:18:09 +0000 http://www.ptpintcast.com/?p=5085 Alexandra "Alex" Forrest is the main antagonist in the 1987 film Fatal Attraction. Fatal Attraction is a 1987 American psychological thriller film directed by Adrian Lyne and written by James Dearden. It is based on Dearden's 1980 short film Diversion Alex Forrest is played by Glenn Close who is the scariest one night stand / creepy ex that ever lived. A roll in the sheets leads to a boiled bunny, kidnapping and straight up assault and murder! Discussion of personality organization Neurotic- borderline- psychotic Discussion of delusional thinking What is a delusion- A fixed belief that is not amenable to change in light of conflicting evidence. Their content may include a variety of different themes Erotomanic delusion- When an individuals believes falsely that another person is in love with them. What defenses is she using? Acting out What could have led to the development of Alex? Could have been the trauma of losing her father when she was 7 years old. Sounds like it could have been sudden since it was a heart attack. With him dying so earlier it could have had a negative impact on her ability to make meaningful connections with men. It may have also planted the seed in her head that people leave. Death can be a form of abandonment and anytime that she gets abandoned by a man in relationships it may bring about the strong feelings that they 7-year-old girl experienced What was going on in the scene where she cuts her wrists? At that moment it is more of a culmination of events that leads her to cutting her wrists. In this passionate love affair, Dan knows that it is a one-time thing but Alex is not privy to that information. She may believe that this is the beginning of a great relationship. It seems that they are sexually compatible they have the same interests (opera), they seem to have an understanding of each other's job, she gets along with his dog. So at the dinner table she asks him where she stand in the relationship and he essentially tells her it was a one night thing. The strange thing is that he sleeps with her again. Which was probably very confusing. Then she gets angry again when he says that he is leaving an she tells him “id have more respect for you if you told me to fuck off.” That moment seems to be the abandonment depression creeping up and she becomes angry yelling at him. When that doesn’t work she cuts her wrists possibly as a sign of I am in pain and I don’t know how to deal with it. Or it could be the emotional pain is so strong and I would rather feel physical pain than emotional pain. Or it could be her last ditch effort to get him to stay. Either way it works and he stays the night. To her that show that he cares and that is when the infatuation begins. That is the best thing that she can think of to not deal with the pain that she is feeling. Why does her behavior begin to escalate if she wants him back? Her behavior may begin to escalate either out of anger or because she has seen that it worked in the past. After she cut her wrists her stayed and she ended up getting what she wanted. There may be a piece of her that believes that if she engages in these grand gestures of showing up at it work, calling multiple times that he may come back to her. Or possibly she may be able to guilt him into a relationship. Why did the Bunny have to die? The bunny seems to represent the first time that the reality of him having a wife, child and family hits Alex. Until that point Alex has met the wife and talked with her but she never really made the connection with family. The bunny may represent to her the family and happiness and that crushes her fantasy of her being with Dan. So to eliminate the happiness the bunny needs to die. She does not have a specific grudge against the bunny but the bunny does represent to her the family and its happiness. Why would she kidnap the girl? It is amazing how much things have changed over the course of the last 30 years. Alexandra “Alex” Forrest is the main antagonist in the 1987 film Fatal Attraction. Fatal Attraction is a 1987 American psychological thriller film directed by Adrian Lyne and written by James Dearden. It is based on Dearden’s 1980 short film Diversion

Alex Forrest is played by Glenn Close who is the scariest one night stand / creepy ex that ever lived. A roll in the sheets leads to a boiled bunny, kidnapping and straight up assault and murder!

Discussion of personality organization

Neurotic- borderline- psychotic

Discussion of delusional thinking
What is a delusion- A fixed belief that is not amenable to change in light of conflicting evidence. Their content may include a variety of different themes

Erotomanic delusion- When an individuals believes falsely that another person is in love with them.

What defenses is she using?
Acting out

What could have led to the development of Alex?
Could have been the trauma of losing her father when she was 7 years old. Sounds like it could have been sudden since it was a heart attack. With him dying so earlier it could have had a negative impact on her ability to make meaningful connections with men. It may have also planted the seed in her head that people leave. Death can be a form of abandonment and anytime that she gets abandoned by a man in relationships it may bring about the strong feelings that they 7-year-old girl experienced

What was going on in the scene where she cuts her wrists?
At that moment it is more of a culmination of events that leads her to cutting her wrists. In this passionate love affair, Dan knows that it is a one-time thing but Alex is not privy to that information. She may believe that this is the beginning of a great relationship. It seems that they are sexually compatible they have the same interests (opera), they seem to have an understanding of each other’s job, she gets along with his dog. So at the dinner table she asks him where she stand in the relationship and he essentially tells her it was a one night thing. The strange thing is that he sleeps with her again. Which was probably very confusing. Then she gets angry again when he says that he is leaving an she tells him “id have more respect for you if you told me to fuck off.”

That moment seems to be the abandonment depression creeping up and she becomes angry yelling at him. When that doesn’t work she cuts her wrists possibly as a sign of I am in pain and I don’t know how to deal with it. Or it could be the emotional pain is so strong and I would rather feel physical pain than emotional pain. Or it could be her last ditch effort to get him to stay. Either way it works and he stays the night. To her that show that he cares and that is when the infatuation begins. That is the best thing that she can think of to not deal with the pain that she is feeling.

Why does her behavior begin to escalate if she wants him back?
Her behavior may begin to escalate either out of anger or because she has seen that it worked in the past. After she cut her wrists her stayed and she ended up getting what she wanted. There may be a piece of her that believes that if she engages in these grand gestures of showing up at it work, calling multiple times that he may come back to her. Or possibly she may be able to guilt him into a relationship.

Why did the Bunny have to die?
The bunny seems to represent the first time that the reality of him having a wife, child and family hits Alex. Until that point Alex has met the wife and talked with her but she never really made the connection with family. The bunny may represent to her the family and happiness and that crushes her fantasy of her being with Dan. So to eliminate the happiness the bunny needs to die. She does not have a specific grudge against the bunny but the bunny does represent to her the family and its happiness.

Why would she kidnap the girl?
It is amazing how much things have changed over the course of the last 30 years. In the movie she walks into the school and takes the girl. Alex may have kidnapped the girl as a way of connection. If Alex is moving further down the personality organization towards psychosis it is possible that she is wanting to take over the mother role and this is how she has developed that connection. I found it funny that she took the kid on the rollercoaster and was stone faced while the kid was scared it was like a showing her what her experience is. Going all over the place feeling out of control and then doing it all over again.

Acting out:
The term acting out thus properly refers to any behavior that is assumed to be an expression of transference attitudes that the patient does not yet feel safe enough to bring into treatment in words.
What is acted out may be predominantly self-destructive, or predominantly growth enhancing.
Can describe behavior that is driven by unconscious needs to master the anxiety associated with internally forbidden feelings and wishes, and with powerfully upsetting fears, fantasies and memories.
By enacting frightening scenarios, the unconsciously anxious person turns passive into active, transforming a sense of helplessness and vulnerability into an experience of agency and power, no matter how negative the drama that is played out.

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Alex Forrest from Fatal Attraction Alexandra "Alex" Forrest is the main antagonist in the 1987 film Fatal Attraction. Fatal Attraction is a 1987 American psychological thriller film directed by Adrian Lyne and written by James Dearden. It is based on Dearden's 1980 short film Diversion<br /> <br /> Alex Forrest is played by Glenn Close who is the scariest one night stand / creepy ex that ever lived. A roll in the sheets leads to a boiled bunny, kidnapping and straight up assault and murder!<br /> <br /> Discussion of personality organization<br /> <br /> Neurotic- borderline- psychotic<br /> <br /> Discussion of delusional thinking<br /> What is a delusion- A fixed belief that is not amenable to change in light of conflicting evidence. Their content may include a variety of different themes<br /> <br /> Erotomanic delusion- When an individuals believes falsely that another person is in love with them.<br /> <br /> What defenses is she using?<br /> Acting out<br /> <br /> What could have led to the development of Alex?<br /> Could have been the trauma of losing her father when she was 7 years old. Sounds like it could have been sudden since it was a heart attack. With him dying so earlier it could have had a negative impact on her ability to make meaningful connections with men. It may have also planted the seed in her head that people leave. Death can be a form of abandonment and anytime that she gets abandoned by a man in relationships it may bring about the strong feelings that they 7-year-old girl experienced<br /> <br /> What was going on in the scene where she cuts her wrists?<br /> At that moment it is more of a culmination of events that leads her to cutting her wrists. In this passionate love affair, Dan knows that it is a one-time thing but Alex is not privy to that information. She may believe that this is the beginning of a great relationship. It seems that they are sexually compatible they have the same interests (opera), they seem to have an understanding of each other's job, she gets along with his dog. So at the dinner table she asks him where she stand in the relationship and he essentially tells her it was a one night thing. The strange thing is that he sleeps with her again. Which was probably very confusing. Then she gets angry again when he says that he is leaving an she tells him “id have more respect for you if you told me to fuck off.”<br /> <br /> That moment seems to be the abandonment depression creeping up and she becomes angry yelling at him. When that doesn’t work she cuts her wrists possibly as a sign of I am in pain and I don’t know how to deal with it. Or it could be the emotional pain is so strong and I would rather feel physical pain than emotional pain. Or it could be her last ditch effort to get him to stay. Either way it works and he stays the night. To her that show that he cares and that is when the infatuation begins. That is the best thing that she can think of to not deal with the pain that she is feeling.<br /> <br /> Why does her behavior begin to escalate if she wants him back?<br /> Her behavior may begin to escalate either out of anger or because she has seen that it worked in the past. After she cut her wrists her stayed and she ended up getting what she wanted. There may be a piece of her that believes that if she engages in these grand gestures of showing up at it work, calling multiple times that he may come back to her. Or possibly she may be able to guilt him into a relationship.<br /> <br /> Why did the Bunny have to die?<br /> The bunny seems to represent the first time that the reality of him having a wife, child and family hits Alex. Until that point Alex has met the wife and talked with her but she never really made the connection with family. The bunny may represent to her the family and happiness and that crushes her fantasy of her being with Dan. So to eliminate the happiness the bunny needs to die. She does not have a specific grudge against the bunny but the bunny d... Jimmy McKay & Dr. Jamie Hagenbaugh yes 24:51
Luke Skywalker https://www.ptpintcast.com/2018/10/01/2-luke-skywalker/ Mon, 01 Oct 2018 14:05:04 +0000 http://www.ptpintcast.com/?p=4930 Luke Skywalker Jimmy McKay yes 31:27 1 – Darth Vader/Anakin Skywalker https://www.ptpintcast.com/2018/05/28/1-darth-vader-anakin-skywalker/ Mon, 28 May 2018 09:00:46 +0000 http://www.ptpintcast.com/?p=4574 We took everyone's favorite villain and put him on the couch with Dr. Jamie Hagenbaugh. We took everyone’s favorite villain and put him on the couch with Dr. Jamie Hagenbaugh.

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Cinema Psych – Show Explainer https://www.ptpintcast.com/2018/05/24/cinema-psych-show-explainer/ Thu, 24 May 2018 20:27:23 +0000 http://www.ptpintcast.com/?p=4576 What if you took your favorite movie characters, popped open their brains and took a poke around inside their minds? Well... we do just that. We bring in a Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Dr. Jamie Hagenbaugh) and a wise-ass (Jimmy McKay) and take a good hard look inside the minds of the most prolific movie characters of all time! To see why they do, the things that they do so well. Welcome... to CinemaPsych! What if you took your favorite movie characters, popped open their brains and took a poke around inside their minds?

Well… we do just that.

We bring in a Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Dr. Jamie Hagenbaugh) and a wise-ass (Jimmy McKay) and take a good hard look inside the minds of the most prolific movie characters of all time!

To see why they do, the things that they do so well.

Welcome… to CinemaPsych!

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What if you took your favorite movie characters, popped open their brains and took a poke around inside their minds? - Well... we do just that. - We bring in a Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Dr. Jamie Hagenbaugh) and a wise-ass (Jimmy McKay) and take... What if you took your favorite movie characters, popped open their brains and took a poke around inside their minds?<br /> <br /> Well... we do.<br /> <br /> We bring in a Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Dr. Jamie Hagenbaugh) and a wise-ass (Jimmy McKay) and take a good hard look inside the minds of the most prolific movie characters of all time! <br /> <br /> To see why they do, the things that they do so well.<br /> <br /> Welcome... to CinemaPsych Jimmy McKay & Dr. Jamie Hagenbaugh yes 1:06