The 2015 fantasy prequel "Pan" is one of the most catastrophic motion picture disasters in years, an arch and overpowering and completely overblown mega-budget spectacle that critics and audiences completely rejected. So why did one of our critics really like it, and why is it the perfect double feature with surrealist Czech stop-motion animator Jan Švankmajer's horrifying "Alice in Wonderland" adaptation, "Alice?"
You'll find out in this week's episode of THE TWO-SHOT, hosted by film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold!
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