Shot Caller (2017)

Shot Caller follows Jacob’s path from a normal happy life with his wife and child to ferocious gang member. Jacob goes from making financial deals on Wall Street to making gun deals on the street. How did this all happen? Some criminals are made in Prison.

Javier admits his love of a good prison movie. Mattson points out how privilege changes our perspective. JJ focuses on plot holes…as he does. Ian likes the visual cues in this movie paid off in facial hair.

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2 comments on “Shot Caller (2017)

  1. Alec Burgess says:

    Oh man, good movie! Did any of you guys pick up on a deeper meaning with the number 13 popping up on his prison cell and in the motel room? Because that stood out to me, can’t figure out why and I feel like I missed an important correlation but can’t put my finger on it. As always, really enjoyed the episode, you guys just keep raising the bar every new episode! Keep it up!

    1. JJ Crowder says:

      Alec, great catch sir. I didn’t even notice that until you brought it up actually. I can’t find anything deeper other than most people relate the number 13 to bad luck in which case there is plenty of that to go around in this movie haha.

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