Episode 33: Angel Lopez

Angel Lopez, choreographer of award-winning high school precision dance teams, who funds his passion with a day job in customer service, joins us for a lively discussion exploring the movies that made him.  Listen in, as we chat about strong female leads, laughing with serial killers, filmic litmus tests, and comedic evolution.

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