Now this is a proper interview.
why is noone watching this film
This host is so insulting & disrespectful
I have never heard someone discuss the principle of doubt and certainty like that. Utterly fascinating.
I think the same.
"Pantheist." now that's a word I need to remember.
This is guy is in a whole other level
Certainty doesn't start wars. Lack of resources and greed do.
I LOVE ANDREW GARFIELD
This has got to be one of the best late night interviews I've ever watched. Colbert is able to craft incisive enough questions to get truly unique and thoughtful responses out of his guests that give you a newfound sense of their personalities and perspectives in a way no one else has been able to, especially hacks like Fallon whose idea of entertainment is to laugh at the screen and play loud music to chalk up artificial theater. Furthermore, both this and the Gervais interview had religious discourse rather than _debate_, with both Colbert and his guest being able to articulate their beliefs and ideologies without preaching it or trying to convince each other of their validity. Glad that Late Show's ratings are surging now, its viewership is well deserved for the level of quality it's at.
Andrew, You should definitely read 'faith and doubt' by John Ortberg
Andrew Garfield is a great speaker I wonder why emma let him slip his so fucking awesome
Damn this main Andrew Garfield is woke as hell. Good man
Award winning interview right there.
Andrew is really something. This interview was soo deep and wise left me speechless. Damn!
What I like about this interview he was let talk. The host did not interrupted him. The audience could be heard from time to time but it was minor. The band did not played music or sound effects.
i have to admit i came to this interview for the kiss and ended up getting really interested in the conversation
Love this story!